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Supporting Speaking And Listening

Author : Angela Wilson
ISBN : 9781134021307
Genre : Education
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Angela Wilson focuses on enhancing the speaking and listening skills of the pupils whom you support, analyzing how you can develop their skills, offering advise and guidance on a variety of learning styles and a breakdown of main principles of speaking and listening.

Supporting Reading

Author : Angela Wilson
ISBN : 9781134021024
Genre : Education
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Wilson and Scanlon focus on enhancing the reading skills of the pupils whom you support, analyzing how you can develop their skills, offering advise and guidance on a variety of learning styles and a breakdown of reading principles.

Listening Point

Author : Sigurd F Olson
ISBN : 9780307822253
Genre : Nature
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“Listening Point tells of what I have seen and heard on a bare glaciated spit of rock in the Quetico-Superior country. Each time I have gone there I have found something new that has opened up whole realms of thought and interest. From it I have glimpsed the immensity of space and at times the grandeur of creation. “I believe that I have experienced there one of the oldest satisfactions of man; when as he gazed upon the earth and sky, he sensed the first vague glimmerings of meaning in the universe. I know that while we were born with curiosity and wonder, and our early years are full of the adventure they bring, such inherent joys are often lost. I also know that, being deep within us, their latent glow can be fanned to flame again by awareness and an open mind. “Listening Point is dedicated to rekindling that flame by capturing this almost forgotten sense of wonder, and learning from rocks and trees and all the life that surrounds them truths that can encompass all. “I named this place Listening Point because only when one comes to listen, only when one comes sharpens one’s awareness, can one see and hear in the sense in which I use these words. Everyone has a listening point somewhere, some quiet place where he can contemplate the awesome universe. This book is simply the story of what such a place has meant to me. The experiences that have been mine can be known by anyone who will make the effort.” Thus the author of The Singing Wilderness sets the tone of his new book—a book that not only successfully recaptures the to-be-treasured sense of wonder of which he speaks, but also brings to life, in all its essential grandeur, the unparalleled heritage of lakes and rivers and forests we are so fortunate to be able to call our own. Listening Point is a book that will rekindle spirits wearied by the turmoils of twentieth-century living—that will teach us a new way to look at the world around us and to feel the better for it. With 28 magnificent black-and-white drawings by Francis Lee Jacques.

Talking With Your Hands Listening With Your Eyes

Author : Gabriel Grayson
ISBN : 075700007X
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Uses almost 1,400 photographs to present a comprehensive guide to the techniques, words, and phrases used in American Sign Language.

Handbook Of Death And Dying

Author : Clifton D. Bryant
ISBN : 9781452265155
Genre : Social Science
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Dying is a social as well as physiological phenomenon. Each society characterizes and, consequently, treats death and dying in its own individual ways—ways that differ markedly. These particular patterns of death and dying engender modal cultural responses, and such institutionalized behavior has familiar, economical, educational, religious, and political implications. The Handbook of Death and Dying takes stock of the vast literature in the field of thanatology, arranging and synthesizing what has been an unwieldy body of knowledge into a concise, yet comprehensive reference work. This two-volume handbook will provide direction and momentum to the study of death-related behavior for many years to come. Key Features More than 100 contributors representing authoritative expertise in a diverse array of disciplines Anthropology Family Studies History Law Medicine Mortuary Science Philosophy Psychology Social work Sociology Theology A distinguished editorial board of leading scholars and researchers in the field More than 100 definitive essays covering almost every dimension of death-related behavior Comprehensive and inclusive, exploring concepts and social patterns within the larger topical concern Journal article length essays that address topics with appropriate detail Multidisciplinary and cross-cultural coverage

A Helping Hand Mediation With Nonviolent Communication

Author : Liv Larsson
ISBN : 9789197667272
Genre : Self-Help
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"[In this book] you will get a good foundation in Marshall Rosenberg's Nonviolent Communication (NVC), on which this very down-to-earth approach to mediation is based upon, and lots of answers to practical questions."--Back Cover.

Helping Hand

Author : Helen Barrett Montgomery
ISBN : WISC:89065736324
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Talking Body Listening Hands

Author : Pamela Fitch
ISBN : 0132881373
Genre : Health & Fitness
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A practical guide to improving therapist-client communication. ¿ Talking Body, Listening Hands: A Guide to the Massage Therapeutic Relationship, 1e helps massage therapy educators, students, practitioners, and clients discuss communication and ethical challenges associated with massage therapy practice. The text explores professional responsibilities, communication skills, and interpersonal challenges that massage therapists face day to day, examining the therapeutic relationship from both therapist and client perspectives. Coverage begins with basic concepts and ends with clinical decision-making about complex conditions and end-of-life issues. Using a case-based approach informed by massage therapy evidence, psychological theory, and clinical experience, Talking Body Listening Hands shows readers how to examine and manage conflicts while maintaining client-centered care and personal integrity. ¿ Teaching and Learning Experience ¿ This text provides an exceptional teaching and learning experience--for you and your students. It provides: Understanding through clinical examples: Topics are directly tied to real examples and applications. Emphasis on communication: Chapters help foster the skills required for successful communication. Practical advice for both students and professionals: Discussions provide useful insights from the author's extensive professional experience. Effective visual resources: Tables and figures clarify and support discussions from the text. Watch author, Pam Fitch, introduce Talking Body, Listening Hands

Helping Hands

Author : James L. Horstman
ISBN : 0809133997
Genre : Family & Relationships
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My Soul Looks Back And Wonders The Call Of God On A Woman S Life

Author : Elaine Rose Penn
ISBN : 9781462835324
Genre : Religion
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There are thousands of great women of God who were pioneers of the faith and the gospel. Though many of their names are lost to us forever, the record of their exploits for the sake of the Kingdom are engraved in the eternal and living chronicles of heaven. They represent the hues and colors of Gods rainbow and are present in the history of every denomination, faith and religion. Women have dug out churches, cleaned them, closed them and built them. They were visionaries, ground-breakers, pathfinders, the bridges that brought us over, trend-setters, armor-bearers, leaders, agents for change and disciples. They cooked, cried, sang, marched, testified, organized, did the holy dance, counseled, and prayed while everybody else slept. They carried the "work" on their bare knuckles, tear drops, hips, lips and hearts. In the pages of this delightful book filled with powerful scriptural revelation, candor, insight and instruction, Elaine Rose Penn delivers a challenge to women called to the gospel ministry to be true to their femininity, and adhere to a high standard of excellence and accountability in the conduct of their service to Christ.

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