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Here's How to Do Therapy: Hands-On Core Skills in Speech Language Pathology - Debra M. Dwight, Dwight, Debra M. Dwight, Debra M.Unique in its design and content, this book-DVD combination helps clinicians enhance their skills by working through guided practices of skills and concepts on topics such as developing the therapeutic mindset, appropriate proximity, stimulus presentation, and much more. The use of task-analysis for development of specific underlying therapeutic skills makes therapy provision logical and manageable. The author focuses on the fundamental activities that occur within the speech-language therapy session and on specific core skills of the therapeutic process. She provides definitions of numerous
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English Vocabulary in Use Pre-Intermediate and Intermediate - Stuart RedmanThe second in the family of best-selling vocabulary reference and practice books from elementary to advanced level. Vocabulary is clearly presented and contextualized on left-hand pages with practice activities on facing right-hand pages. This book is primarily designed as a self-study reference and practice text but it can also be used for classroom work. This second edition has been fully revised to ensure that the vocabulary presented is current and relevant. It is beautifully illustrated in full colour and contains 100 units. This edition 'with answers' is ideal for self-study.
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A Concise Introduction to Logic (Book & CD-ROM) - Patrick J. HurleyUnsurpassed for its clarity, conciseness, and comprehensiveness, Hurley's market-leading A CONCISE INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC has established itself as the standard for introductory logic classes. Hailed in the first eight editions for an unwavering commitment to lucid, focused, reader-friendly presentations of logic's basic topics, the latest edition also continues to expand upon Hurley's tradition of technological excellence with the introduction of vMentor and iLrn Logic. These two technologies help you manage the workload of teaching logic by providing your students with a live, online logic
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Voyages in World History - Kenneth R. CurtisFor courses entitled World Civilizations or World History. Volume II can be used for Modern World History. Courses are generally two semesters or three quarters in length and are Freshman/Sophomore level. Some schools offer a one-semester course - these are usually for people who are becoming teachers and may be taught out of the School of Education. This is a growing course, and it may be replacing Western Civ. at some schools or added to the curriculum in addition to Western Civ. Enrollment for world history is about 420,000 students per year.
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Oxford Handbook of Clinical Specialties - Judith Collier, Murray LongmoreTen books in one, this handbook covers all the clinical specialties, with new sections on child psychiatry, sex education, Internet searching, clinical governance, birth injuries to mothers, how to avoid being judgmental, and much more.
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Crime Prevention: Approaches, Practices and Evaluations - Steven P. LabThis book reviews concepts, information and points of view that help to explain the context and constraints of the criminal justice system. The chapters summarize developments in public policy and crime control, and interweave themes central to the discussion: the impact of ideology, the role of the media, and the politicization of crime and criminal justice.
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An Illustrated Guide to Relativity - Tatsu TakeuchiAimed at both physics students and non-science majors, this unique book explains Einstein's special theory of relativity pictorially, using diagrams rather than equations. The diagrams guide the reader, step-by-step, from the basics of relativity to advanced topics including the addition of velocities, Lorentz contraction, time dilation, the twin paradox, Doppler shift, and Einstein's famous equation E=mc . The distinctive figures throughout the book enable the reader to visualize the theory in a way that cannot be fully conveyed through equations alone. The illustrative explanations in this book
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The European World 1500-1800: An Introduction to Early Modern History - Beat KüminThe European World 1500 1800 will be essential reading for all students embarking on the discovery of the early modern period. "
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English Syntax: From Word to Discourse - Lynn M. BerkProviding an introduction to English syntax and grammar, this text is written from a discourse-functional perpsective. The author's goal is to ensure that students who have little background in syntax will learn the basics as well as a comprehensive view of English grammar. The primary audience will be beginning graduate students and upper level undergraduates in linguistics courses such as Introduction to Syntax and Introduction to English Structure, as well as in TESOL/ESL programs and English departments.