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Collection of films from the popular comedy franchise. 'Jackass: The Movie' (2002) is the first big screen outing for Johnny Knoxville and friends and features a variety of silly and dangerous stunts, including fun and games with golf carts, urine-soaked snow cones and self-inflicted paper cuts. Series regulars Bam Margera, Steve-O, Dave England, Chris Pontius (alias Party Boy) and Jason Acuņa (alias Wee Man) all make an appearance. 'Jackass: Number 2' (2006) features more cringe-worthy stunts, more nasty spills, and more stupid pranks. As well as their native US, the crewmembers also take their camera to Australia, India and Moscow in their search for new ways to gross out the audience. 'Jackass 2.5' (2007) is another insane foray into stupidity, featuring all the stuff they couldn't show you on television. The boys take their stunts to all-new heights that will leave you laughing, squirming, and begging for more (or, possibly, less). In 'Jackass 3' (2010), bull riding, a paintball shootout, rocket jet-skiing and bungee jumping while strapped to a (full) toilet are just some of the pranks the boys get up to this time round, as well as 'the worst wake-up in the world', in which Bam Margera wakes up his sleeping friend in the most brutal and disgusting ways he can dream up. 'Jackass 3.5' (2011) includes stunts which couldn't be included in the previous instalment 'Jackass 3'. The latest additional footage features the likes of firework stunts, skateboarding through a series of dangerous obstacles, 'extreme' skiing and Steve-O being painfully introduced to a snapping turtle.
This updated and expanded fourth edition retains the strength of previous editions while adding new material relevant for the changing work environment. The book describes the latest industry trends and incorporates them into a project management framework. By developing practical skills it aids the project manager's own development, and provides a coherent overview of the issues that affect all in the converging industries of communications, media and computing.
Looking for Learning: Mark Making is a full-colour, practical guide to inspire child-led learning that's linked to current policy and the EYFS framework. As each child progresses through their learning journey, Early Years practitioners are expected to identify and understand what learning is taking place in every activity that a child is involved in. Laura England, creator of Little Miss Early Years, uses her wealth of experience as an Early Years teacher to explore the learning that takes place when a child's play is inspired by mark making. Developing mark making and building language skills are crucial in the Early Years as young children begin to build their confidence in communicating. This dip-in-and-out book is linked to the Characteristics of Effective Learning and presents case studies, real-life images and practical pointers to explore the use of mark making. With tips for setting up the environment to the adult's role in this child-led play, Looking for Learning: Mark Making is ideal for all Early Years practitioners searching for accessible ideas for using mark making in their settings. It explains how mark making can be made meaningful to children by following their unique interests. This can be as simple as creating signs for their loose parts towers or writing their own names on their artwork.
Looking for Learning: Maths through Play is a full-colour, practical guide to inspire child-led learning that's linked to current policy and the EYFS framework. As each child progresses through their learning journey, Early Years practitioners are expected to identify and understand what learning is taking place in every activity that a child is involved in. Laura England, creator of Little Miss Early Years, uses her wealth of experiences as an Early Years teacher to explore the learning that takes place when a child's play inspires mathematical learning. She explains clearly that Maths doesn't have to be about sitting at tables doing adult-initiated activities but instead can be as simple as introducing measuring tubes to constructive play. This dip-in-and-out book is linked to the Characteristics of Effective Learning and presents case studies, real-life images and practical pointers to explore using play for early mathematical concepts. With tips for setting up the environment to the adult's role in this child-led play, Looking for Learning: Maths through Play is ideal for all Early Years practitioners searching for accessible ideas for incorporating the mathematical learning that takes place during play into their settings.
Ambitious animated epic from Disney studios, which includes sequences set to music by - amongst others - Bach, Tchaikovsky, Stravinsky, Mussorgsky, Schubert and Beethoven. Also featured is the famous 'Sorcerer's Apprentice' routine, in which Mickey Mouse (voiced by Walt himself for the last time) creates magical mayhem when he tries to get his chores done with the aid of a spell or two.
Provides insights, comments, quotes, and behind the scenes information to help listeners understand the message of the first seven chapters of Romans.
"Galatians For You" is a new curriculum tool you can use to learn
or teach from the book of Galatians. Both student and teacher can
use it to walk through Galatians, learning how the gospel message
changes the whole of our lives.
Walt Disney's second full-length animated feature focuses on the famous wooden puppet who wants nothing more than to be a real boy. Pinocchio (voiced by Dick Jones) is the wood-carved creation of Geppetto (Christian Rub). When the pair are visited by the Blue Fairy, she grants Pinocchio the opportunity to become a real, flesh-and-blood boy, but only if he learns to be brave, honest and unselfish. To this end Pinocchio is granted a conscience, one which comes in the shape of the diminutive Jiminy Cricket (Cliff Edwards). However, Pinocchio soon discovers that being good is not as easy as it sounds. The film won two Oscars, for Best Song ('When You Wish Upon a Star') and Best Original Score.
This graduate-level text describes the mathematical methods used in solving problems related to plane problems of elasticity, illustrates the connections between common boundary problems, and offers a series of worked problems that illustrate the techniques of complex function theory. Unabridged republication of the edition published by Wiley-Interscience, New York, 1971.
Blackstone's Policing for the PCSO is the third edition of the bestselling Blackstone's PCSO Handbook, representing the changing needs of this unique group within the police service. Providing up-to-date and comprehensive coverage of the role and functions of Police Community Support Officers (PCSOs), this revised format offers a more effective and practical resource covering all the elements of PCSO training nationally. With clear explanations of powers and procedures, the third edition has been updated to reflect the evolution of the PCSO's role within the police family since its inception over 10 years ago. It includes all the information that you will need in your PCSO career: from application, interview, and admission checks, through to joining a police force, embarking on training, and working in the field with Community Policing Teams. Featuring updated key National Occupational Standards for PCSOs, it also contains all the required learning outcomes for the wider police learning and development programme and covers areas from crime scenes and gathering evidence, to decision making and community engagement. Throughout, case scenarios, flow charts, and checklists illustrate and clarify key areas of procedure, and knowledge check sections help you improve your understanding and monitor your progress. Additionally, reference and definition boxes provide handy and accessible refreshers about the law and powers available to PCSOs. Written by highly-experienced practitioners alongside recently-appointed Police Community Support Officers, this is the only book a PCSO will need, wherever you are deployed, as well as being an invaluable aid to PCSO trainers and police tutors alike.
Disney's classic animated adaptation of the famous fairytale. Snow White is born pure and beautiful, so beautiful that her evil stepmother orders a huntsman to take her into the forest and kill her. However, the huntsman takes pity on the young beauty and sets her free. Alone and lost in the forest, she soon meets a group of kindly dwarfs, who provide her with friendship and a place to sleep. But the evil stepmother is still at large, planning to kill Snow White using the tried and tested method of a poisoned apple.
From populist propaganda attacking knowledge as 'fake news' to the latest advances in artificial intelligence, human thought is under unprecedented attack today. If computers can do what humans can do and they can do it much faster, what's so special about human thought? In this new book, bestselling philosopher Markus Gabriel steps back from the polemics to re-examine the very nature of human thought. He conceives of human thinking as a 'sixth sense', a kind of sense organ that is closely tied our biological reality as human beings. Our thinking is not a form of data processing but rather the linking together of images and imaginary ideas which we process in different sensory modalities. Our time frame expands far beyond the present moment, as our ideas and beliefs stretch far beyond the here and now. We are living beings and the whole of evolution is built into our life story. In contrast to some of the exaggerated claims made by proponents of AI, Gabriel argues that our thinking is a complex structure and organic process that is not easily replicated and very far from being superseded by computers. With his usual wit and intellectual verve, Gabriel combines philosophical insight with pop culture to set out a bold defence of the human and a plea for an enlightened humanism for the 21st century. This timely book will be of great value to anyone interested in the nature of human thought and the relations between human beings and machines in an age of rapid technological change.
The fourth title in the extremely popular series of good practice, these DVDs are written by the experts. Filmed in the Lake District and the Scottish Highlands, this DVD outlines the essential skills and techniques for summer hill walking in the UK. In 2007, the Mountain Rescue teams of England and Wales dealt with 778 incidents, a 23% increase since 2003. As with previous DVDs in the series, this DVD has been produced to educate mountain users, making them aware of the often hostile environment of our uplands. It will also inspire, with the dramatic beauty of two of the UK's most popular walking areas shown to full effect. The film follows two walkers, Frederlina and Ben, as they plan their days and follow their walks. We see the challenges they face and the decisions they make. In addition to the film, the technical chapters include: Navigation, Scrambling, Weather, River Crossings, Mountain Rescue, Ticks and Hazards.
Why are we alive? Most things in the universe aren't. And if you trace the evolutionary history of plants and animals back far enough, you will find that, at some point, neither were we. Scientists have wrestled with this problem for centuries, and no one has been able to offer a credible theory. But in 2013, at just 30 years old, biophysicist Jeremy England published a paper that has utterly upended the ongoing study of life's origins. In Every Life Is on Fire, he describes, for the first time, his highly publicized theory known as dissipative adaptation. In any disordered system, matter clumps together and breaks apart, mostly randomly, without consequence. But some of the clumps that form are momentarily better at doing one specific job: dissipating energy. These structures are less likely to fall apart. Over time, they become better at both withstanding the disorder surrounding them and creating copies of themselves. From this deep insight, grounded in thermodynamics, England is able to isolate the emergence of the first life-like behaviors. Scientists have always thought that life began as a stroke of spectacular luck. But in fact, life may be inevitable, a product of the iron physical laws of the universe. England is both a world-class physicist and an ordained rabbi, and so his enquiry doesn't end with the physics of life. We ask questions like "How did life begin?" not just for the fun of scientific inquiry, but because we want a deeper understanding of who we are and why we're here. Even if physics can explain how life-like behaviors emerged, England doubts that reducing life down to the energy flows of a bunch of microscopic particles can ever give us a satisfying answer to what it means to be alive?. He believes that life is fundamentally a philosophical distinction, not a natural one. So before we can seriously look for life's physical origins, we must first make basic choices about what we think life means. This is something researchers often fail to recognize, and it is why, throughout In Every Life Is on Fire, England informs the premises of his theory with a careful exploration of what life is for. For anyone who reads this book, no matter their creed, In Every Life Is On Fire offers a rare work of popular science that explores not just what science does, but how it imbues our lives with meaning.
Double bill of animated features from Disney studios. The ambitious classic, 'Fantasia' (1940), contains sequences set to music by - amongst others - Bach, Tchaikovsky, Stravinsky, Mussorgsky, Schubert and Beethoven. Also featured is the famous 'Sorcerer's Apprentice' routine, in which Mickey Mouse (voiced by Walt himself for the last time) creates magical mayhem when he tries to get his chores done with the aid of a spell or two. It's semi-sequel, 'Fantasia 2000' (2000), features seven all-new animated interpretations of classical music. Highlights include the interwoven stories of a group of 1930s New Yorkers accompanied by Gershwin's 'Rhapsody in Blue', the volcanic eruptions which illustrate Stravinsky's 'Firebird Suite', and the story of Noah, his ark, and his assistant Donald Duck, played out to the strains of Elgar's 'Pomp and Circumstance'.
'I was gripped immediately' KATERINA DIAMOND, author of THE TEACHER 'Terrific characterisation, great writing and twists to leave you dizzy.' TERESA DRISCOLL, author of I AM WATCHING YOU Do you really know your friends? ** THE TOP 20 KINDLE BESTSELLER** On the afternoon of Nick and Lisa's wedding, their close friend is found poised on a hotel window ledge, ready to jump. As the shock hits their friendship group, they soon realise that none of them are being as honest with themselves - or with each other - as they think. And there are secrets lurking that could destroy everything. Tense, disturbing and clever, My Husband's Lies is a breath-taking read, perfect for fans of Lucy Clarke and Erin Kelly.
Why is there always one child who persistently plays with the door, who mixes sand with water or throws objects across the room? Can these repetitive behaviours, known as schemas, be useful in targeting children's next steps within the EYFS? Is there a way to use them to unlock learning is young children? Schemas: A Practical Handbook not only explains what schemas are and how to identify them, but also expands on that knowledge. With the use of pragmatic ideas, rather than being based solely on theory, it explores how schemas are useful in developing children's learning alongside what they already do. The standalone chapters each revolve around a particular schema and feature case studies to discuss how that schema can be used to help children progress within the seven areas of learning, as outlined in the EYFS. Laura England further supports this development with suggestions for enhancements to the environment, core resources and activities. This step-by-step guide is essential for practitioners wishing to further their understanding of children's learning.
The first three films in the Jackass franchise, in which Johnny Knoxville and friends perform a variety of crazy and dangerous stunts.
'Jackass: The Movie' (2002) sees the boys having fun and games with golf carts, urine soaked snow cones and self-inflicted paper cuts. Series regulars Bam Margera, Steve-O, Dave England, Chris Pontius (alias Party Boy) and Jason Acuna (alias Wee Man) all make an appearance.
The original MTV wreckin' crew returns in 'Jackass: Number 2 Uncut' (2006), pushing the limit of what is morally acceptable to commit to celluloid even further. More cringe-worthy stunts, more nasty spills, more stupid pranks than even the first movie. As well as their native US the crew also takes the camera to Australia, India and Moscow in its search for new ways to gross out an audience. In this compendium of the cruel: Chris Pontius makes his private member into a puppet - painting a mouse-face on it. It is then dragged around in a snake's cage until the snake strikes at it and doesn't let go; a fake valentine card is hung on the wall of cast members' hotel rooms and a hidden camera installed to watch the action. Why? Because behind the paper is a pneumatic arm with a huge boxing glove; special guest Spike Jonze is dressed up as an elderly woman named Gloria who goes around L.A. talking to salesmen. After the two parties have conversed, the old lady's shirt drops, revealing fake, drooping breasts; the team baits a hook with Steve-O (hook actually through his cheek) and throws him into the water - crowded with Mako sharks; Johnny Knoxville is blindfolded and charged by an angry Yak. Everything as normal for the Jackass crew, then.
'Jackass 3' (2010) sees another onslaught of insane and painful pranks. Bull riding, a paintball shootout, rocket jet-skiing and bungee jumping while strapped to a (full) toilet are just some of the pranks the boys get up to this time round, as well as 'the worst wake-up in the world', in which Bam Margera wakes up his sleeping friend in the most brutal and disgusting ways he can dream up.
Exam Board: AQA Level: GCSE Subject: Combined Science First Teaching: September 2016 First Exam: Summer 2018 Unlock your students' full potential with these revision guides from our best-selling series My Revision Notes With My Revision Notes your students can: - Manage their own revision with step-by-step support from experienced teachers with examining experience. - Apply scientific terms accurately with the help of definitions and key words. - Prepare for practicals with questions based on practical work. - Focus on the key points from each topic - Plan and pace their revision with the revision planner. - Test understanding with end-of-topic questions and answers. - Get exam ready with last minute quick quizzes available on the Hodder Education Website.
Exam Board: AQA Level: GCSE Subject: Physics First Teaching: September 2016 First Exam: Summer 2018 Unlock your students' full potential with these revision guides from our best-selling series My Revision Notes. With My Revision Notes your students can: - Manage their own revision with step-by-step support from experienced teachers with examining experience. - Apply scientific terms accurately with the help of definitions and key words. - Prepare for practicals with questions based on practical work. - Focus on the key points from each topic - Plan and pace their revision with the revision planner. - Test understanding with end-of-topic questions and answers. - Get exam ready with last minute quick quizzes available on the Hodder Education Website.
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