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Official Gazette Of The United States Patent And Trademark Office

Author : United States. Patent and Trademark Office
ISBN : PSU:000066182665
Genre : Patents
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Reading The Early Modern English Diary

Author : Miriam Nandi
ISBN : 9783030423278
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Reading the Early Modern Diary traces the historical genealogy, formal characteristics, and shifting cultural uses of the early modern English diary. It explores the possibilities and limitations the genre held for the self-expression of a writer at a time which considerably pre-dated the Romantic cult of the individual self. The book analyzes the connections between genre and self-articulation: How could the diary come to be associated with emotional self-expression given the tedium and repetitiveness of its early seventeenth-century ancestors? How did what were once mere lists of daily events evolve into narrative representations of inner emotions? What did it mean to write on a daily basis, when the proper use of time was a heavily contested issue? Reading the Early Modern Diary addresses these questions and develops new theoretical frameworks for discussing interiority and affect in early modern autobiographical texts.

Now I M Reading Pre Reader Look Around

Author : Nora Gaydos
ISBN : 9781524710255
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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TEACH YOUR CHILD TO READ WHILE HAVING FUN! Simple sentences and strong picture cues help guide young children to reading success with this award-winning learn-to-read series. What could be more exciting than hearing your child read a book to you for the first time? The Now I'm Reading! books for emerging readers are just right for children who want to read but aren't quite ready to sound out words using phonics. At the Pre-Reader level, each of the 10 stories in LOOK AROUND! uses a proven system of simple, patterned text and strong visual cues to build confidence in the earliest readers. Each story focuses on a specific early-learning concept (like colors, animals, family, and shapes) to help kids feel like "real" readers as they learn simple sight words and reading habits. Inside this eBook, you'll find: · 10 stories with colorful illustrations and engaging text · "Words to Know" and "Stretch Your Mind" activity sections · A Parent/Teacher Guide to help you figure out the best ways to use these books Perfect for ages 3 and up! Books in the NIR Pre-Reader Level focus on read-along stories, strong picture clues, predictable patterned text, and letter and sound recognition. The concepts and skill progression in the NIR! series are aligned to meet Common Core State Standards. This book is Fountas & Pinnell Level A/B; information on individual booklet levels and Lexile Measures is available at the Now I'm Reading website. 9781524710255

Encyclopedia Of Language Development

Author : Patricia J. Brooks
ISBN : 9781483346434
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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The progression from newborn to sophisticated language user in just a few short years is often described as wonderful and miraculous. What are the biological, cognitive, and social underpinnings of this miracle? What major language development milestones occur in infancy? What methodologies do researchers employ in studying this progression? Why do some become adept at multiple languages while others face a lifelong struggle with just one? What accounts for declines in language proficiency, and how might such declines be moderated? Despite an abundance of textbooks, specialized monographs, and a couple of academic handbooks, there has been no encyclopedic reference work in this area--until now. The Encyclopedia of Language Development covers the breadth of theory and research on language development from birth through adulthood, as well as their practical application. Features: This affordable A-to-Z reference includes 200 articles that address such topic areas as theories and research tradition; biological perspectives; cognitive perspectives; family, peer, and social influences; bilingualism; special populations and disorders; and more. All articles (signed and authored by key figures in the field) conclude with cross reference links and suggestions for further reading. Appendices include a Resource Guide with annotated lists of classic books and articles, journals, associations, and web sites; a Glossary of specialized terms; and a Chronology offering an overview and history of the field. A thematic Reader’s Guide groups related articles by broad topic areas as one handy search feature on the e-Reference platform, which includes a comprehensive index of search terms. Available in both print and electronic formats, Encyclopedia of Language Development is a must-have reference for researchers and is ideal for library reference or circulating collections.

Reading The Human Body

Author : Mladen Popović
ISBN : 9789004157170
Genre : Religion
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Offering new reconstructions and interpretations of physiognomic and astrological texts from Qumran in comparison with Babylonian and Greco-Roman texts, this book gives a fresh view of their sense, function, and status within both the Qumran community and Second Temple Judaism.

Value Packed Booktalks Genre Talks And More For Teen Readers

Author : Lucy Schall
ISBN : 9781598847369
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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In this guide, 100 recommended books and booktalks offer the perfect way to start value discussions with teens and teen/adult book groups. • Ready-to-use booktalks and curriculum connections for 100 recently published YA books • Information that includes fiction/nonfiction/verse/graphic designation, age level suggestion, gender suggestion, lists of themes and topics, summary/description, a value statement, a booktalk, at least three curriculum connections, and five related works • Organization by values to facilitate relating a book within one genre to a book that addresses a similar value, but is classified in another genre • A related works section for each featured title

Writers Reading Writers

Author : Robert Hollander
ISBN : 0874139767
Genre : Literary Criticism
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This volume is a collection of intertextual studies on medieval and early modern literature in honor of Robert Hollander by some of his former students. Writers are always also readers, responding to texts that have provoked their thought. The contributors to this volume all participate in its overarching theme: writers reading and responding to the work of other writers. As Hollander's work has focused especially on Dante and Boccaccio, many of the essays treat one of these writers, either as reading or as read by others. Other essays trace intertextual influences in Langland, Shakespeare, or post-Enlightenment writers faced with the loss of Dante's meaningful cosmos.

Reading Capital

Author : Louis Althusser
ISBN : 9781784781439
Genre : Political Science
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A classic work of Marxist analysis, available unabridged for the first time Originally published in 1965, Reading Capital is a landmark of French thought and radical theory, reconstructing Western Marxism from its foundations. Louis Althusser, the French Marxist philosopher, maintained that Marx’s project could only be revived if its scientific and revolutionary novelty was thoroughly divested of all traces of humanism, idealism, Hegelianism and historicism. In order to complete this critical rereading, Althusser and his students at the École normale supérieure ran a seminar on Capital, re-examining its arguments, strengths and weaknesses in detail, and it was out of those discussions that this book was born. Previously only available in English in highly abridged form, this edition, appearing fifty years after its original publication in France, restores chapters by Roger Establet, Pierre Macherey and Jacques Rancière. It includes a major new introduction by Étienne Balibar.

What We Talk About When We Talk About Books

Author : Leah Price
ISBN : 9781541673908
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Reports of the death of reading are greatly exaggerated Do you worry that you've lost patience for anything longer than a tweet? If so, you're not alone. Digital-age pundits warn that as our appetite for books dwindles, so too do the virtues in which printed, bound objects once trained us: the willpower to focus on a sustained argument, the curiosity to look beyond the day's news, the willingness to be alone. The shelves of the world's great libraries, though, tell a more complicated story. Examining the wear and tear on the books that they contain, English professor Leah Price finds scant evidence that a golden age of reading ever existed. From the dawn of mass literacy to the invention of the paperback, most readers already skimmed and multitasked. Print-era doctors even forbade the very same silent absorption now recommended as a cure for electronic addictions. The evidence that books are dying proves even scarcer. In encounters with librarians, booksellers and activists who are reinventing old ways of reading, Price offers fresh hope to bibliophiles and literature lovers alike. Winner of the Phi Beta Kappa Christian Gauss Award, 2020

Workbook For Lectors Gospel Readers And Proclaimers Of The Word R 2022

Author : Catherine Cory
ISBN : 9781616716240
Genre : Religion
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Workbook for Lectors, Gospel Readers, and Proclaimers of the Word® provides the ongoing instruction and advice that ministers who proclaim the Word of God need. On a practical level, it assists them in preparing their assigned reading for a specific day. When they read Workbook every week as a way of reflecting on and learning about the Scriptures, it deepens their spiritual lives and strengthens their proclamation skills. This resource contains the readings in large print for practice (with suggestions for emphasis in bold), commentaries that give background and explain the meaning of the reading, margin notes with pronunciation guides and tips for proclamation, and the responsorial psalms for reflection and context. Workbook's introduction offers an orientation to this ministry of the Word and an overview of proclamation skills.

The Great Expectations School

Author : Dan Brown
ISBN : 1559708352
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Traces the author's turbulent first year working as a teacher of disadvantaged students in the Bronx, describing his difficulties with such challenges as unruly students, absent parents, and a failing administration, obstacles that placed his career choice in question and revealed formidable flaws in the educational system.

Reading For Storyness

Author : Susan Lohafer
ISBN : 9781421429199
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Reading for Storyness combines cognitive science with literary theory to present a compelling argument for the uniqueness of the short story.

Character Reading

Author : Theron Q. Dumont
ISBN : 9781602060906
Genre : Psychology
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Does character determine appearance? Can the shape of a person's face-or the bumps on his head-provide insight into intelligence and personality? What effect, ultimately, do our thoughts and attitudes and personality have on how we look? It's a question that artists and scientists (and dictators) have grappled with for ages, and one that can lead down increasingly slippery slopes. But in pre-Freudian, pre-Holocaust America, when phrenology was still semi-respectable, New Thought pioneer William Walker Atkinson (writing as Theron Q. Dumont) wrote what he hoped would be the ultimate guide to the Science of Character Reading. Today some of his findings must be taken with a grain of salt, but this 1919 guide is a fascinating catalogue-replete with drawings and diagrams-of the many temperaments, characteristics, faces and expressions of that remarkably complex species known as the human race. American writer WILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON (1862-1932) was editor of the popular magazine New Thought from 1901 to 1905, and editor of the journal Advanced Thought from 1916 to 1919. He authored or co-authored over a hundred books under a variety of pseudonyms, including Yogi Ramacharaka, Theodore Sheldon and Theron Q. Dumont. His other works include Mental Therapeutics, The Solar Plexus, and The Power of Concentration.

Cobb S New North American Reader Or Fifth Reading Book

Author : Lyman Cobb
ISBN : NYPL:33433069242240
Genre : Readers
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Sourcebook For Sundays Seasons And Weekdays 2019

Author : Compilation
ISBN : 9781616713997
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This book is the essential pastoral resource to help you prepare the liturgy each day of the liturgical year! If you are a priest or deacon, liturgist, music director, worship team member, religious educator, or simply interested in more information about Catholic liturgy, this publication will be an invaluable tool. This year's edition includes quotations for reflection from Laudato si'.

The Family Treasury Of Sunday Reading Ed By A Cameron W Arnot Continued As The Christian Monthly And Family Treasury

Author : rev Andrew Cameron
ISBN : OXFORD:555026770
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Annual Report

Author : Decatur (Ill.). Board of Education
ISBN : UIUC:30112088242695
Genre : Decatur (Ill.)
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Practical Prayer

Author : Anne Tanner
ISBN : 1551263475
Genre : Religion
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To be used withPractical Prayer: Making Space for God in Everyday Life. This study guide is for leaders of large groups of seekers and provides a very practical orientation.

Tutoring Adolescent Readers

Author : Deborah P. Berrill
ISBN : 9781551382081
Genre : Education
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Tutoring Adolescent Readers shows teachers how to reap the benefits of one-to-one teaching by using volunteer tutors. It provides the information you need to incorporate a tutoring program that addresses a variety of student needs — from students who are unmotivated or have different learning styles to those learning English for the first time or who have a learning disability. Teachers will learn everything they need to create an effective tutoring program that supports classroom instruction. Setting up a tutoring program — from defining the roles and responsibilities of tutors to recruiting and training volunteers; Working with dependent readers — from identifying readers who need more help to tips for dealing with the specific learning needs and styles of students; Using explicit instruction — from encouraging tutors to recognize where students are and how to set goals to monitor and assess student progress; Promoting fluency and word recognition — from teaching cueing systems and modeling effective reading strategies to using specialized techniques for introducing and reviewing decoding skills. Resources that teachers can copy and use with tutors are an important part of this handy resource. These materials explain the essentials of reading instruction and investigate the variety of techniques that good readers use.

The Ironic Apocalypse In The Novels Of Leopoldo Marechal

Author : Norman Cheadle
ISBN : 9781855660700
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A fresh look at the Argentine novelist Marechal emphasises his subversive approach in his novels to the Peronist politics of his time.

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