Road Builders

Author: B. G. Hennessy

Publisher: Paw Prints

ISBN: 9781442076044

Category:

Page: N.A

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Shows the many kinds of trucks needed to build a road, including cement mixers, dump trucks, bulldozers, front loaders, cranes, backhoes, graders, rollers, and stripers.

Road Builders

Author: B. G. Hennessy

Publisher: Turtleback

ISBN: 9780613005043

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: N.A

View: 6283

Shows the many kinds of trucks needed to build a road, including cement mixers, dump trucks, bulldozers, front loaders, cranes, backhoes, graders, rollers, and stripers.

Beware the Roadbuilders

Literature As Resistance

Author: Thomas L P

Publisher: Language and Social Policy

ISBN: 9781942146070

Category: Education

Page: 286

View: 3886

Beware the Roadbuilders: Literature as Resistance was born out of blogging as an act of social justice. Over a period of about two years, many posts built the case against market-based education reform and for a critical re-imagining of public education. This book presents a coordinated series of essays based on that work, using a wide range of written and visual texts to call for the universal public education we have failed to achieve. The central image and warning of the book-"beware the roadbuilders"-is drawn from Alice Walker's The Color Purple. The book presents a compelling argument that billionaires, politicians, and self-professed education reformers are doing more harm than good-despite their public messages. The public and our students are being crushed beneath their reforms. In the wake of Ferguson and the growing list of sacrificed young black men-Trayvon Martin, Jordan Davis, Tamir Rice, Eric Garner-the essays in this book gain an even wider resonance, seeking to examine both the larger world of inequity as well as the continued failure of educational inequity. While each chapter stands as a separate reading, the book as a whole produces a cohesive theme and argument about the power of critical literacy to read and re-read the world, and to write and re-rewrite the world (Paulo Freire). Supporting that larger message are several key ideas and questions: What are the confrontational texts we should be inviting students to read, that anyone should read? Instead of reducing texts to the narrow expectations of New Criticism or "close reading," how do we expand those texts into how they inform living in a free society and engaging in activism? How do traditional assumptions about what texts matter and what texts reveal support the status quo of power? And how can texts of all types assist in the ongoing pursuit of equity among free people?

The road-builders

Author: Samuel Merwin

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

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Page: 313

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Road Builders

Author: David Armentrout,Patricia Armentrout

Publisher: Rourke Publishing Group

ISBN: 9781559161367

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 24

View: 9797

Offers readers a glimpse at the men and machines involved in the construction of a road

Builders of Ohio

A Biographical History

Author: Warren R. Van Tine,Michael Dale Pierce

Publisher: Ohio State University Press

ISBN: 9780814209516

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 338

View: 8967

Van Tine and Pierces "Builders of Ohio is composed of twenty-four essays that use biography to explore Ohio's history. Collectively, they provide a historical overview of the state's development from George Croghan's search for fame and fortune on the seventeenth-century frontier through Dave Thomas's more recent creation of a fast-food empire. Each chapter also addresses important events and transformations in the state's history such as: European settlement; Native American resistance; the creation of territorial and state governments; the development of the state's educational and economic institutions; the disruption created by the Civil War; the struggle of African Americans and women to participate in Ohio's public life; efforts to ameliorate the pernicious effects of industrialization; the negotiation of the state's role in a nation increasingly dominated by the federal government; or the ramifications of de-industrialization and rise of a service economy.

The Custom Road Bike

Author: Guy Andrews

Publisher: Laurence King Publishing

ISBN: 9781856696647

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 224

View: 2734

This book is the complete guide to specifying and buying your dream bike. Each chapter covers a particular part of the bike, from the frame, to forks, headsets, wheels, tyres, hubs, gear components, chains, brakes, saddles, handlebars, pedals, water bottle cages, and accessories. Including beautiful studio images of the latest kit, the chapters feature interviews with the top designers and manufacturers, and maintenance tips from professional mechanics.