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The Macgregors

Author : Nora Roberts
ISBN : 0263889785
Genre : MacGregor family (Fictitious characters)
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In From the Cold : In this story about an eighteenth-century MacGregor, we learn that battling the British couldn't prepare Minuteman Ian MacGregor for the fight he's got on his hands to win the heart of Irish spitfire Allanna Flynn.

The Macgregors Daniel Ian

Author : Nora Roberts
ISBN : OCLC:530682473
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Listening With Purpose

Author : Jack Danielian
ISBN : 9780765708786
Genre : Psychology
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Listening with Purpose is a clinical treatment manual for seasoned practitioners, post-doctoral training institutes, graduate students, and psychiatric residents who are interested in advancing their skills in therapeutic listening and psychodynamic interventions. The approach to training is highly original, offering a rich sampling of case examples, trainee dialogue, as well as a diagrammatic model that illustrates how recent theoretical advances can be used in understanding the often subtle nuances of treatment intervention from an intrapsychic, interpersonal, and systemic perspective.

Daniel Ian

Author : Nora Roberts
ISBN : 0373282257
Genre : Fiction
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Read the stories that started it all, and be swept away by the charm, power and passion of the MacGregors! For Now, Forever Daniel MacGregor is a self-made millionaire used to getting his way. So when he meets the fiercely independent Anna Whitfield, he's surprised by her stubborn rebuffs. Anna won't let a presumptuous man deter her from her goals, even if he does send her heart racing. But Daniel is not about to let the love of his life slip through his fingers. He is determined to win and woo her...and that just might end up costing him everything. In From the Cold In the eighteenth century, injured minuteman Ian MacGregor is forced to take refuge in the home of young widow Alanna Flynn. As she carefully nurses him back to health, he can't help but fall for her. But Alanna won't risk her heart again, despite her growing feelings. Ian realizes that battling the British has not helped prepare him for the fight he's got on his hands to win the heart of this Irish spitfire.

Teaching Gifted Children

Author : Jeff Danielian
ISBN : 9781618216748
Genre : Education
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From the pages of Teaching for High Potential, a quarterly publication of the National Association for Gifted Children, this collection of articles is sure to be of use to any educator of high-ability students. Topics included range from instructional methods across all content areas, including tips and tools for reading and vocabulary instruction, integrating STEM content, and engaging students in math, to identification, differentiation, and addressing gifted students' social-emotional needs. Articles also delve into current issues pertinent to the field of gifted education and this unique group of students, including underachievement and underrepresented minority populations, as well as new classroom strategies such as Makerspaces and teaching growth mindset. This resource can be used to enhance a classroom lesson, guide curriculum development, or supplement professional development. The featured articles are unique, well written for the audience, and selected by reviewers who understand what teachers need.

Daniel O Thunder

Author : Ian Weir
ISBN : 192670682X
Genre : Fiction
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Library Journal Best Books 2011: Historical Fiction selection Finalist for the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize Finalist for the Canadian Authors Association Fiction Award Finalist for the Amazon.ca First Novel Award Finalist for the Ethel Wilson Fiction Prize 1851. London, England. Once a well-known prize-fighter with a terrifying right fist (known as “The Hammer of Heaven”), Daniel O’Thunder has seen the light, and now the protection of the poor and the weak is his life’s work. He runs an establishment for those in need of food, shelter and counsel—a place where virtue and vice rub shoulders uneasily. But an ancient evil is stalking the streets, preying on the vulnerable souls it finds there. It is an evil that takes different forms and hides behind many faces, threatening everything Daniel loves most. Driven to desperation, Daniel responds by issuing a breathtaking challenge…to the Devil himself. Rich in humor and memorable characters, Daniel O’Thunder is a rollicking literary thriller set in the teeming slums of Dickensian London. Fast-paced and gripping, comic and tragic by turns, it is a spectacular fiction debut.

Design Fabrication And Performance Test Of A Thermoacoustic Prime Mover

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ISBN : OCLC:949740148
Genre : Heat
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Enriching The Young Naturalist

Author : Jeff Danielian
ISBN : 1593633777
Genre : Education
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With science becoming more and more tied to math instruction, students can be left thinking of science only in terms of formulas, vocabulary words, and lab reports. Enriching the Young Naturalist: The Nature of a Science Classroomoffers teachers a guidebook for teaching naturalism in the science classroom, allowing their students to discover the beauty and wonder of the natural world. In this lively, practical book, teachers will learn how to help their students become naturalists. Through units involving in-depth study, research, fieldwork, and discussion, students will be challenged to think creatively, solve problems, and present their work to a real audience. Several lessons tie in with language arts and social studies subject areas, making them ideal for multicurricular connections. Written by a teacher who has refined this curriculum over several years, Enriching the Young Naturalistwill bring exploration and discovery back into your science classroom.

Multiculturalism Dialectical Thought And Social Justice Pedagogy

Author : Daniel Ian Rubin
ISBN : 9781681238111
Genre : Education
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This monograph lays out a qualitative, collective case study designed to assess how students in a secondary Latina/Latino Literature class began to think dialectically about issues of social justice. By using various methods of data collection, I ascertained how the students’ thoughts and perceptions of Latinas/Latinos in this country changed over the course of the study. I introduced the students to both print and nonprint texts (e.g., news articles, documentary films) which, when presented through Karl Marx’s dialectical method, helped them see social justice issues, such as racism, poverty, and subjugation, more clearly and critically. After analysis, several important themes emerged from the data: stereotyping and invisibility in the media, immigration, the notion of power, racism and discrimination, education, anger and frustration, and questioning. By the end of the Latina/Latino Literature class, all of the students in the study were able to identify particular social justice issues, explain the historical context which framed the current debates (e.g., immigration reform), and articulate their opinions of the issues. Each student participant started to use social justice terminology, which I introduced and used frequently in class (e.g., equity), and these words became a part of the students’ everyday vocabularies. Furthermore, by the completion of the class, the student participants began to realize that they had their own individual voices and could help transform societal issues in order to make the United States more equitable for all.

Simulating Intercultural Communication Through Role Playing

Author : Edward C. Stewart
ISBN : UIUC:30112106610139
Genre : Intercultural communication
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