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Poor Pig! He just wants to take a nap, but his barnyard pals are making a terrible racket. Cow gabs on her cell phone, Cat pops balloons, and Hen saws. Pig hatches a plan to block all the noise. In a surprise ending, Pig learns that his friends have been planning a birthday party just for him. So much for napping! Hilarious illustrations, a fun story line, and an easily decodable text make for a real treat for new readers.
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From the PREFACE.
The teaching of English is the most complex, the most difficult, and the most important work of the elementary school teacher. It includes reading, word study, phonetics, composition, and grammar. Each of these is a good-sized job by itself; and the possible combinations of them and the methods of teaching them are almost infinite. We have a deluge of "language" books for the use of pupils, every page of which is usually a medley of the various elements named above. It is the kind of correlation which results in a superficial impression and a confused notion of what is learned. As we ascend in the grades the various subjects and parts of subjects should be isolated for thoroughness of drill and clearness of conception. Departmental teaching is a device which automatically accomplishes such isolation. As the pupil gets older he himself is able to perceive the interrelations of knowledge, so that it is no longer necessary for the teacher to make all the connections.
For these reasons there comes a time, beginning in the fifth or sixth grade, when grammar should be taught as grammar, reading as reading, and composition as composition. Each of these should be graded into steps, easy at first, and proceeding gradually to the more difficult until the entire science or art is mastered. During the whole process the relations of grammar, reading, and composition should be pointed out, so that each is seen in the light of the others and each is illustrated by the others. But the correlation should no longer be so complete that the subjects lose their individuality. By the time a pupil reaches the eighth grade he should have a systematic knowledge of grammar as such, composition as such, and literature as such....
The recent rise of Francophone studies within French studies has created the need for a one-volume exploration of the range of expression in the French language following the colonial period. Francophone Post-Colonial Cultures collects discussions of literary texts and cultural identity from Europe, North Africa, the Caribbean, and South Asia--regions of the world that seem to have only the French language in common. Despite enormous differences among all the countries where French is spoken, Francophone literatures tend to deal with a similar spread of issues. This volume positions the study of the Francophone world and its cultures as a comparative project, in which post-colonial Francophone cultures and the specific alterity of these cultures emerge as inextricable from and essential to an understanding of modern France. Organized by region, boasting an international roster of contributors, and including summaries of selected creative and critical works and a guide to selected terms and figures, Francophone Post-Colonial Cultures is an ideal resource for scholars of French literature and advanced students looking to read beyond the French literary canon.
This timely second edition of Power Plant Construction Management: A Survival Guide is revised and updated to include new technologies, evolving regulations, and the changing power generation mix between gas and coal plants. Hessler expands upon the first edition and provides a thorough plan for managing the financials of building a power plant. He covers the entire process from preplanning to contingency planning to the business of on-site construction management. The book includes checklists, guidelines, photos, and examples that serve as useful tools in the decision-making process. With a focus on finances, management skills, regulations, technology, and much more, this book is a must read for anyone with a stake in the power plant construction process. Features of the 2nd Edition* New examples of the shifting power generation mix* Updated data on technology trends* Guidance on how to pursue and ensure a manageable contract* Construction management and financial awareness tools* Risk management and the"Deadly Dozen"* Managing with technology
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