The hm Learning and Study Skills Program: Level I was designed to provide learning and study skills strategies for students in grades 5-7 through a series of activity-oriented units. It is structured on the assumption that an activity-oriented lesson is the most effective instructional strategy for the teaching of study skills: more succinctly, that “learning by doing” is the best way study smart.
Level I: Grades 5-7 Young adolescents have different developmental needs than other students. The HM Learning and Study Skills Program is geared for specific grade levels, allowing you to encourage the middle and junior high student's growing capacity for abstraction.
How to Study by David Griswold and David H. Griswold An Excellent Resource for Students of All Ages. Now including a stress management unit as well as suggestions for the use of the computer to improve study skills, the 2nd edition of this widely used text is an essential tool for improving the basic organizational skills needed to be a successful student. (amazon.com).
Magazine brings the intelligent, interested ordinary person the latest scientific and technological breakthroughs, while examining the issues that these throw up. It hails from the US and features cutting-edge technology and insightful commentary from scientists, scientific journalists, and other experts at the forefront of scientific study but is always presented in an interesting, vibrant way that breathes life into the subject
Exploring the usefulness of the study of history for contemporary military strategists, this volume illustrates the great importance of military history while simultaneously revealing the challenges of applying the past to the present. Essays from authors of diverse backgrounds--British and American, Civilian and Military--present an overwhelming argument for the necessity of the study of the past by today's military leaders in spite of these challenges. Part I examines the relationship between history and the military profession. Part II explores specific historical cases that reveal the repetitiveness of certain military problems.
In this original reinterpretation of the legal status of foreigners in medieval England, Keechang Kim proposes a radically new understanding of the genesis of the modern legal regime and the important distinction between citizens and noncitizens. Making full use of medieval and early modern sources, the book examines how feudal legal arguments were transformed by the political theology of the Middle Ages to become the basis of the modern legal outlook. This innovative study will interest academics, lawyers, and students of legal history, immigration and minority issues.
Starland is a 3-part course for older learners of elementary schools (aged 10-12). Contains amusement elements (Time Out sections), project tasks (ICT corners), interdisciplinary elements (Across Curriculum modules), English speaking counries knowledge (Culture Corners), self-learning tables (Study Skills subchapters), guided-writing exercises, situational dialogues (Everyday English sections), grammar explanatory notes, and vocabulary introductory parts (Modular Pages).