Laufen für Anfänger
Author: Carina Stöwe,Mandy Jochmann
Das Buch für Laufanfänger und alle, die mit dem Joggen anfangen wollen. Verändere Dein Leben mit GET READY TO RUN! Inklusive Trainingsplan, Motivation, Ernährungstipps und Übungen für den perfekten Start ins Laufen und Joggen. So startest Du Dein Lauftraining erfolgreich! Wir zeigen Dir Schritt für Schritt, wie Du Dein großes Vorhaben mit dem Laufen anzufangen endgültig in die Tat umsetzt. Carina Stöwe und Mandy Jochmann kennen alle Tücken, die der Laufeinstieg birgt in- und auswendig! In diesem E-Book teilen wir unsere wichtigsten Erkenntnisse und Tipps mit Dir. Tschüß, Couch! Hallo Laufstrecke! Unser Laufguide bietet Dir alles, was Du zum erfolgreichen Laufeinstieg brauchst. Es erwarten Dich unschlagbare Motivationsstrategien, fundiertes Laufwissen, einfach und verständlich erklärt, Fragen und Antworten zum Thema Ernährung, alles Wichtige zum Thema Ausrüstung und wie Du Dir die richtigen Ziele setzt und erreichst. Bist Du bereit das Beste aus Dir rauszuholen? Mit unserem Laufguide gelingt Dir der erfolgreiche Laufeinstieg.
African American and Caribbean Cultural Exchange
Author: Kevin Meehan
Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
Category: Social Science
Throughout this book, Kevin Meehan offers historical and theoretical readings of Caribbean and African American interaction from the 1700s to the present. By analyzing travel narratives, histories, creative collaborations, and political exchanges, he traces the development of African American/Caribbean dialogue through the lives and works of four key individuals: historian Arthur Schomburg, writer/archivist Zora Neale Hurston, poet Jayne Cortez, and politican Jean-Bertrand Aristide. People Get Ready examines how these influential figures have reevaluated popular culture, revised the relationship between intellectuals and everyday people, and transformed practices ranging from librarianship and anthropology to poetry and broadcast journalism. This discourse, Meehan notes, is not free of contradictions, and misunderstandings arise on both sides. In addition to noting dialogues of unity, People Get Ready focuses on instances of intellectual elitism, sexim, color, prejudice, imperialism, national, chauvinism, and other forms of mutual disdain that continue to limit African American and Caribbean solidarity.
Joining Work After A Break
Author: Narmadha Kamalakannan
Publisher: Educreation Publishing
A 'must read' for every woman, who was once a career oriented girl and now a queen of your house, still stuck in dilemma between personal and professional responsibilities. This book takes you through three stages 1. Introspection 2. Preparation & 3. Settling Period, where you will examine and explore the options in and around you, for you to bounce back into a working woman. It helps on upgradation from Working woman V1.0 to Working mother V2.0, updating the reader's confidence level and positivity. Get Ready Lady!
A New History of Black Gospel Music
Author: Bob Darden
Publisher: A&C Black
From Africa through the spirituals, from minstrel music through jubilee, and from traditional to contemporary gospel, "People Get Ready!" provides, for the first time, an accessible overview of this musical genre.
The Future of Jazz Is Now!
Author: Ajay Heble,Rob Wallace
Publisher: Duke University Press
Jazz musicians, scholars, and journalists emphasize how the political consciousness that infused jazz in the 1960s and 1970s has continued to animate the avant-garde, Free Jazz, fusion, and other forms of this lively, always-evolving music.
Author: Nancy Champion Chupp
Publisher: Thomas Nelson Incorporated
Contains proven methods for preparing your prekindergarten child for the challenges of the classroom.
Author: Caroline Taylor
Publisher: Talent for Growth Ltd
Author: Charles Pretlow
Publisher: Get Ready Publishing
Revelation Six Get Ready expounds on Christ's teachings concerning the end of the age, the Great Tribulation and the rapture of the true Christian. The author, Pastor Charles Pretlow discusses the weak condition most Christians are in and the deception befalling many who believe in a pre-tribulation rapture. Few understand that Christians will be required to endure much of the Great Tribulation and be used of God for a final harvest of souls. The book is broken down in two parts. Part 1 is entitled, Abandoned by God, Attacked by Satan. Part 2 is entitled, How to Stand and Endure to the End. This book took over six years to write and is filled with solid doctrine that will help the sincere disciple of Christ get ready and do God's will during the coming terror filled days. It is a road map filled with Biblical principles that, when embraced will bring true sanctification, cleansing and healing.
Prepare to Make Psychotherapy a Successful Experience for You
Author: Harvey L. Saxton
Publisher: University Press of America
This book is an extensive, instructive account of what psychotherapy is all about, how it works, and what the psychotherapist and patient need to do to make it all happen. It not only serves to promote the preparation and readiness essential to successful psychotherapy, but it is also a training guide for those preparing to become mental health providers. The author's insights have the potential to help thousands of people who seek solutions to a variety of disturbing or even debilitating problems. Highly instructive and written in a user-friendly style, his unique presentation not only prepares but encourages the reader to experience success in working toward a happier life. Contents: Brief Answers to Typical Questions about Psychotherapy; Necessary Ingredients for 'Getting Yourself Together'; Seeking Professional Help: When? What? Who? Where?; Psychotherapy Using a 'Whole'-istic Approach; Areas of 'Whole'-istic Psychotherapy Needing Attention; Kinds and Degrees of Psychological Afflictions; Examples of Current Approaches to Doing Psychotherapy; Examples of Helpful Adjuncts to Psychotherapy; Which Psychotherapeutic Approach Is for Me? Degrees of Psychotherapist Participation; Psychological Stumbling Blocks and Reasonable Expectations; Preparation and Readiness for Terminating Psychotherapy; How to Continually Profit from Your Psychotherapeutic Experience; Closing Comments.
Author: Lanney Sammons,Michelle Windham
Publisher: Teacher Created Materials
Engage your mathematics students at the beginning of class with this whole-class warm-up activity. This product features a step-by-step lesson, assessment information, and a snapshot of what the warm-up looks like in the classroom.
Lessons and Games for Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, Decoding, Word Recognition, and Vocabulary Development
Author: Becky White
Publisher: Carson-Dellosa Publishing
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Instill a love of reading in special-education students and/or English Language Learners in grades K–2 using Get Ready, Read! This 240-page interactive resource systematically breaks down phonics and reduces the pace to help struggling readers comprehend first words. It covers more than 150 word families, and each chapter includes phonogram lists, clip art, word cards, and phonemic-awareness and decoding activities. Circle-time lessons introduce small groups of words with exercises, songs, games, and learning aids. Activities and games provide follow-up practice. The book supports NAEYC and NCTE standards.
Author: Dr Philip SA Cummins,Dr Ian PM Lambert
This book is a practical guide for young leaders about to take their first steps into leadership roles. Combining relevant theory and exercises, it guides students through the process of identifying their values, articulating their quest and developing their action plan for leadership in their school or organisation. It is the first in a series designed to complement Brave Hearts, Bold Minds: Leadership for Young Australians, also by Dr. Philip SA Cummins and Dr. Ian PM Lambert.
Author: Jean Floyd Love,Mickey Meyers,Sylvia Washer
Publisher: Geneva Press
Through an array of study exercises, learning centers, and games, this resource enables congregations to teach children about worship, baptism, and communion.
Publisher: Change Agents LLC
Publisher: Carson-Dellosa Publishing
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
Build essential skills while having fun with Home Workbooks! Now updated with fun, colorful pages and engaging art, each book measures 7" x 9.25" and is filled with 64 pages of age-appropriate activities, puzzles, and games. These teacher-approved books are perfect for home, school, summer breaks, and road trips! Skills covered include letter and letter sound recognition, number recognition, color and shape recognition, fine motor, and more! An incentive chart and 140 full-color stickers are also included to help parents or teachers track student progress. Home Workbooks are available for prekindergarten through grade 3 students, and feature titles in a wide variety of skill areas to suit any need.
The Education of a White Family in Inner City Schools
Author: Lois M. Stalvey
Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press
From 1962 to 1974, Stalvey's middle-class, white children attended inner city schools in Philadelphia, where they received extra patience and understanding not extended to their predominantly poor, black classmates.
Author: Anna Barker,Martin Bailey
Publisher: Nelson Thornes
Focusing on providing pupils with ICT skills, this teaching package comprises a networkable CD-Rom with photocopiable printed resources. It is designed to equip Key Stage 3 pupils with the skills necessary to tackle the Year 7 learning objectives. It is intended for use in conjunction with the DfES sample teaching units.
Author: Kerry A. Skidmore
Publisher: Xulon Press
Skidmore supplies material and scriptural references to meet the demands of the season. She provides information and fresh ideas to aid in the celebration of the greatest event in human history. (Social Issues)
Author: Rafeeq Rehman
Publisher: OpenID Book
CISSP Exam Notes is a quick way to learn ten domains of information security as well as to check your preparedness for CISSP exam. Each chapter consists of multiple sections with bulleted lists of notes. Each note is a short description of technology or concept as it relates to CISSP exam. Whether you are new in the information security area or an experienced professional, this book will help you get ready for the CISSP exam quickly.
Life's One-Hundred Year Marathon
Author: Frank Herbert Spittle
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Many opportunities surface only once. When meeting challenges, too often you'll only fire off one round. Make it your best shot. In 3 to Get Ready, Frank Herbert Spittle reviews life’s aspects through “the way I see it,” examining mistakes, and remedies for surviving rough patches. He offers a collection of essays, examinations, revelations, memoirs, and lamentations, all spiced with the humor found throughout his writings. The big puzzler: how to prepare the way for enjoying ones hundredth birthday. It’s a large order, but everyone alive holds the gift of thirty additional years more than generational predecessors. We’re all living longer.