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Cambridge International AS & A Level Thinking Skills (Paperback): Angus Grogono, Colin Hart Cambridge International AS & A Level Thinking Skills (Paperback)
Angus Grogono, Colin Hart
R1,060 Discovery Miles 10 600 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Exam board: Cambridge Assessment International Education Level: A-level Subject: Thinking Skills First teaching: September 2018 First exams: Summer 2020 Endorsed by Cambridge Assessment International Education to provide full support of the syllabus for examination from 2020. Improve problem solving and critical thinking skills for studies and life beyond the classroom, while ensuring full coverage of the Cambridge International AS & A Level Thinking Skills syllabus (9694). - Focus on creative problem-solving with a clear model demonstrating how to assess the problem, choose and implement the appropriate strategy and give the answer. - Improve your critical thinking skills through a meticulous and rigorous approach to analysing, evaluating and constructing arguments and forming well-reasoned judgments - Prepare for further study and life beyond the classroom with advice and guidance from experienced authors. - Consolidate learning with a range of problems, exercises and examination-style questions. Available in this series: Student Textbook (ISBN 9781510421899) Student eTextbook (ISBN 9781510422230) Whiteboard eTextbook (ISBN 9781510422247) Teaching & Learning Resources (ISBN 9781510424203)

A Hart Life (Paperback): Colin Hart, Dick Allix A Hart Life (Paperback)
Colin Hart, Dick Allix
R618 Discovery Miles 6 180 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Colin Hart, the former Deep Purple and Rainbow tour manager devoted over thirty years of his life to these great rock musicians. This is his story and indeed theirs. A tale of excess in terms of greed, petulance, anger and devotion. It is counter balanced by extremes of pure talent, showmanship and, of course musicianship. He was the constant 'man in the middle' through all of the break ups, make-ups and revolving door line-up changes. Joining them at twenty-four years old and leaving with a curt email dismissal thirty years later, he was there every step of their rock 'n' roll way. A story of two of the most innovative, often copied, rock bands; seen through the eyes, ears and emotions of their 'mother hen' (as Jon Lord described him). He was their minder, chauffeur, carer, provider, protector, father confessor & confidant. In truth he is the only one who can tell this tale of both bands as he was the only one there on the road throughout the life of, not one, but both gigantic bands.

Television Program Making - Everything you need to know to get started (Paperback): Colin Hart Television Program Making - Everything you need to know to get started (Paperback)
Colin Hart
R1,686 Discovery Miles 16 860 Out of stock

This book is for anyone starting out or hoping to work in the ever-expanding world of television and video. Everyone involved in a TV or video production is contributing to the program making process. They all need to know and understand how it happens. Whatever you want to end up doing, whether you are part way through a course or starting from scratch, this book gives you all the essential information you will need. It takes a practical, step-by-step approach, based on the author's own 25-year experience of producing, writing and directing for broadcast television and the corporate sector on both video and film. It describes the roles people perform, the equipment they use and what it does. In simple, easy-to-read language it explains the grammar of shooting and editing and offers first-hand advice on treatments, scripts and budgets. As well as covering the technical aspects of both single and multi-camera production, it also looks at the editorial elements that create a successful program. With practical examples it demonstrates how best to turn ideas into reality, how to obtain successful interviews and how to put together programs that work. Colin Hart has his own production company making programs for corporate clients. He trained as a single and multi-camera director in local televison news and for ten years worked in BBC Current Affairs producing and directing for Nationwide and The Money Programme.
Practical, step-by-step approach with many useful flowcharts, checklists and practical examples
Written by experienced professional producer/director
Covers technical and editorial elements of successful programme-making

Television Program Making - Everything you need to know to get started (Hardcover): Colin Hart Television Program Making - Everything you need to know to get started (Hardcover)
Colin Hart
R3,114 R2,299 Discovery Miles 22 990 Save R815 (26%) Out of stock

This book is for anyone starting out or hoping to work in the ever-expanding world of television and video. Everyone involved in a TV or video production is contributing to the program making process. They all need to know and understand how it happens. Whatever you want to end up doing, whether you are part way through a course or starting from scratch, this book gives you all the essential information you will need. It takes a practical, step-by-step approach, based on the author's own 25-year experience of producing, writing and directing for broadcast television and the corporate sector on both video and film. It describes the roles people perform, the equipment they use and what it does. In simple, easy-to-read language it explains the grammar of shooting and editing and offers first-hand advice on treatments, scripts and budgets. As well as covering the technical aspects of both single and multi-camera production, it also looks at the editorial elements that create a successful program. With practical examples it demonstrates how best to turn ideas into reality, how to obtain successful interviews and how to put together programs that work. Colin Hart has his own production company making programs for corporate clients. He trained as a single and multi-camera director in local televison news and for ten years worked in BBC Current Affairs producing and directing for Nationwide and The Money Programme.

Changing Unjust Laws Justly - Pro-life Solidarity with the Last and Least (Hardcover): Colin Harte Changing Unjust Laws Justly - Pro-life Solidarity with the Last and Least (Hardcover)
Colin Harte
R1,645 R1,438 Discovery Miles 14 380 Save R207 (13%) Out of stock

What can pro-life lawmakers rightly do when it is not possible to overturn laws permitting abortion? For many, the obvious answer is to restrict abortion as much as possible. Having previously accepted this answer, Colin Harte now challenges it. He describes the practical realities of campaigning to restrict abortion and explores various jurisprudential, legislative, and ethical aspects of the question. His over-riding concern is that attempts to restrict abortion typically exclude those unborn children who can be regarded as the last and least, notably those who are disabled or conceived after rape, and he argues that such exclusions violate the principle of solidarity.
When John Paul II addressed the problem caused by the existence of an abortion law in Evangelium vitae (1995) he taught that pro-life legislators could licitly support proposals aimed at limiting the harm done by such a law. Harte argues that the pope is necessarily referring to just proposals aimed at limiting the harm and that unjus or imperfect legislation has not been approved. He argues that many interpretations of the pope's teaching are flawed on account of their not distinguishing between just and unjust proposals that could limit the harm. The book describes the sorts of just proposals that the author thinks could be rightly supported, and argues that, in spite of good intentions, pro-lifers act unjustly if they support unjust restrictive proposals.
Changing Unjust Laws Justly is the first book to address systematically the practical, legal, and ethical problems that are encountered in well-intentioned attempts to restrict abortion. It will be of considerable interest not only to political, legal, andmoral philosophers, but to lawmakers and the pro-life movement generally.
Colin Harte has been involved with the pro-life movement for over twenty years, particularly working to promote the right to life of the most vulnerable. He is also general secretary of the charity Enable (Working in India), which cares for disabled children.

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