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Roots And Wings

Author : Stacey York
ISBN : 9781605544564
Genre : Education
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Use the updated activities, examples, and research to improve your anti-bias and multicultural education programs. This clear and practical guide includes expanded information on English language learners, family engagement, culturally responsive teaching, and staff training. Stacey York teaches child development at Rochester Community and Technical College and established E-LECT, a collaborative effort between thirteen Minnesota community and technical colleges to provide e-learning for early childhood teachers.

Roots And Wings

Author : Many Ly
ISBN : 9780375848988
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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GRACE’S GRANDMOTHER HAS died, and she and her mother must travel back to the Cambodian community to give her a proper Cambodian funeral. But Grace wants to use the trip to solve a few mysteries, like who her father was, why her mother and grandmother moved from St. Petersburg to Pennsylvania, where they’re the only Cambodians Grace has ever seen, and what Cambodian culture is really about. Embraced by her mother’s old friends, Grace feels both at home and lost, fascinated by the traditions she’s never known, but strangely judged by some members of the community. Can she make sense of, and honor, the life of the grandmother she barely knew? And will revelations about the past bring Grace closer to her mother, or push them even further apart? From the Hardcover edition.

Roots Wings

Author : Hardie St. Martin
ISBN : 1893996344
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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Selections from the works of Unamuno, Machado, Jimâenez, Lorca, and other outstanding modern poets are presented in Spanish and English.

Roots And Wings

Author : Margaret Silf
ISBN : 9780802824622
Genre : Religion
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"Roots and Wings is a book full of questions to inspire deeper thinking. It invites you to participate in an age-old conversation about our origins and our destiny."--BOOK JACKET.

Roots And Wings

Author : Talia Jager
ISBN : 9780983616467
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Kassia has been given a second chance at life. Everything is finally getting back to normal – she’s back at Glendale Institute with her friends and amazing boyfriend. The school is recovering well from the recent demon battle. Then a young man shows up claiming to be her brother, and tells her their parents are in danger. Soon, she finds herself on a mission to find them, only to find out everything is not what it seems.

Of Roots And Wings

Author : Julie D. Swope
ISBN : 1475154658
Genre : Self-Help
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The St. Francis Orphan Asylum, in the heart of Pennnsylvania coal country circa 1949 was the institutional epitome of regimented order, reverent obedience, and carefully-guarded secrets, but for twenty-three month old Beverly and her seven siblings, it represented a strange new world tht would effectively serve to disintegrate their family bonds, subject them to dehumanizing discipline and segregation by age, gender, and religion - and inflict upon them unspeakable abuse. Of Roots and Wings gives voice to these victims of unimaginable injury who endured their plight in a collective state of silent rage, as it recounts the life journey of this little girl in the form of an uplifting memoir of hope and self-acceptance that revisits the unbelievable, bizarre, enchanting, heartfelt, and hilarious moments and experiences that punctuated author Julie Swope's life.At age four, Beverly and her younger sister, Georgina are adopted by a prominent Italian doctor and his wife who live in a lavish forty-eight room mansion in Southeastern Pennnsylvania where the girls are expected to shed not only the habits and customs of the orphanage, but also their names, becoming Julia and Jeannie. Their new older sister, the nine-year-old Kathleen, made a similar adjustment when she was adopted from St. Francis four years earlier. Another sister by blood, Nancy, joins them six months later when she is adopted into the family as Rose Marie. However, the material wealth and physical comfort of their new life do little to address the scars of the abuse and molestation the girls endured at the orphanage, and their new home reveals itself to house just as many dark secrets, including sexual abuse at the hands of the doctor and the family's trusted servants.With no other point of reference as to what constitutes normal family life, the inquisitive, indomitable Julia features in this spirited narrative as an intrepid guide to all things absurd and peculiar, akin to Alice on her adventures in Wonderland through the looking glass. For Julia accompanying her father to autopsies, helping him to tally income from a hospital-based numbers racket, or watching as mink stoles and color televisions get loaded through the back door of the house seems as commonplace as enjoying the "Howdy Doody Show" or having seconds of spaghetti at Sunday dinner. The story follows Julia from her school years to her becoming a wife and mother at age nineteen in the same year her adoptive mother succumbs to cancer.The book proceeds through the birth of her child, the reunification with her birth family and the adoption of five more amidst continnuing abusive relationships as an adult. When she studies to become a psychologist she enters therapy and begins to recognize the past abuses and their lasting impact throughout her life. The deceptions and sorrows of life continue when she discovers her husband involved in a sexual relationship with her best friend. She endures and champions through a bitter divorce and custody battle. With stability entering her life she experiences mutiple flashbacks which require painstaking therapeutic work. A gift provided later in life the Harp, becomes a passion. Of Roots and Wings reclaims and personalizes a past rife with hardship, abuse, dysfunction, and deception, and asserts with a sustaining tone of tenacity and humor fundamental lessons of self-discovery and lasting appreciation of what makes each of us special. Though she would not want anyone to endure her life she realizes that each negative experience brought her to the serenity of today.She passes on the gifts of hope, perseverance and tenacity to all readers.

With Roots And Wings

Author : Jay B. McDaniel
ISBN : 9781606088425
Genre : Religion
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In With Roots & Wing, Jay McDaniel brings together insights from the natural sciences, Christian theology, and interreligious dialogue, breaking new ground in the search for a wholistic spirituality for our time. Taking this title from the Jewish proverb--that we must give our children both roots and wings--McDaniel shows how this applies to our spiritual lives as well. With Roots and Wings offers an alternative to the contemporary dilemmas of empty consumerism and rigid fundamentalism, consisting of three basic, interrelated approaches to being: to be rooted in the Earth and religious tradition; to be open to the insights of people of other faiths as well as to share our own; and to become centered on God. McDaniel shows where the new universe story of Thomas Berry and Brian Swimme and the Christian story meet and differ, where they complement, and where they supplement one another. With Roots & Wings shows how to experience both green grace that comes from opening one's self to the rhythms of the cosmos, and red grace symbolized in the crucifixion of Christ--both of which are vital to a Christian ecological spirituality and praxis. Most impressive is McDaniel's ability to absorb and reflect important lessons Christians can learn from Native Americans, from Buddhists and Hindus, from Muslims and Jews. The complexity of the issues he addresses and his ability to explain them simply and clearly makes With Roots and Wingsmust-reading for the general reader as well as ecological activists, clergy, and laity alike. Nothing else comes near it in depth, power, and insight.

Roots And Wings

Author : M. Mabie
ISBN : 1530594839
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Welcome to Wynne, population 3,401. No billionaires. No professional athletes. No celebrities. In this small town, current events are pondered in mirrors at the local salon or around crowded tables at the diner, and there's a new couple to gossip about. A rough and tumble woman who works in her dad's garage, not yet ready to spread her wings, shows the new guy in town what it's like to finally have roots. It's your run-of-the-mill, sexy, Astro van driving dentist meets smart-ass, bass fishing tomboy in a story of real-life romance. Low on drama. High on love. Pull up a chair and stay a while.

The Reflexive Teacher Educator In Tesol

Author : Julian Edge
ISBN : 9781136839511
Genre : Education
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In this book Julian Edge explores the construct of reflexivity in teacher education, differentiating it from, while locating it in, reflective practice. Reflexivity is the key concept underpinning a view of teacher education that binds together the orientations of action research and personal development in a way that establishes common ground, common purpose, and common experience between teachers and teacher educators. Augmenting the field in important ways, The Reflexive Teacher Educator in TESOL: develops the concept of praxis as it resolves the usual theory/practice dichotomy of teacher education introduces a framework (Copying, Applying, Theorising, Reflecting, Acting) that allows present and prospective teacher educators to become reflexive individuals uses a narrative, autobiographical voice that explicates the concepts involved, while also offering practical methodological procedures for teacher education. Written with clarity and style, scholarly yet personal, dealing with reflexivity in an accessible yet non-trivial way, this book – a first in the field, distinctive in terms of what the story is and how it is told – is a gift to the profession of TESOL teacher education.

Roots And Wings

Author : Dan Mager
ISBN : 1942094671
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Emotionally rich lessons on parenting for people in recovery filled with sensible methods for cultivating genuine happiness within the family through mindful living.Quality parenting doesn't happen by accident or coincidence - it necessitates conscious awareness and intentional effort. Designed to guide parents in recovery so they can nurture healthy family dynamics through mindfulness,Roots and Wings will help people develop awareness and skills to become the parents they want to be and the parents their children need.

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