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EVOLVE is a six-level English course that gets students speaking with confidence. EVOLVE Full Contact with DVD, Level 2 includes key components of the EVOLVE series: Student's Book, Level 2; Workbook with Audio, Level 2; Video Resource Book worksheets, Level 2; Level 2 videos on DVD.
EVOLVE is a six-level English course that gets students speaking with confidence. EVOLVE Full Contact with DVD, Level 2A includes key components of the EVOLVE series: Student's Book, Level 2A; Workbook with Audio, Level 2A; Video Resource Book worksheets, Level 2A; Level 2A videos on DVD.
EVOLVE is a six-level English course that gets students speaking with confidence. EVOLVE Full Contact with DVD, Level 2B includes key components of the EVOLVE series: Student's Book, Level 2B; Workbook with Audio, Level 2B; Video Resource Book worksheets, Level 2B; Level 2B videos on DVD.
EVOLVE is a six-level English course that gets students speaking with confidence. Video Resource Book Level 2 (CEFR A2) is a pack consisting of a DVD and an accompanying book of activities and teaching notes. The DVD includes mini-documentaries and a drama series that follows four friends in New York. All video is level appropriate and thematically related to the Students' Book units. Before you watch, While you watch, and After you watch worksheets accompany every video and teaching notes for every worksheet guide the teacher through the activities.
Where Theodora went, trouble followed....
"In the late twelfth century, across the sweeping Mongolian
grasslands, brilliant, charismatic Temujin ascends to power,
declaring himself the Great, or Genghis, Khan. But it is the women
who stand beside him who ensure his triumph...."
This book offers an engaging, critical and comprehensive review of progress in understanding human development - and the issues facing research in the Twenty-First century. It has been sole-authored by an extremely engaging and confident writer. It employs a 'detective story' approach to explaining the unfolding progress of research which fosters critical reflection rather than the acquisition of 'facts' and includes a flexible teaching tool which can be used on both chronological and topical courses as each section stands alone. It incorporates new research not yet covered in other texts, from advances in neuroscience (such as the discovery and implications of the 'mirror neuron' system) to advances in methodology and theory.It also contains excellent pedagogy developed with the guidance of psychology students' feedback and includes end of chapter revision summaries and boxes throughout containing critical debates, further information and theory.How does a fertilized egg become a person? How do the processes which shape the common themes of human development also produce the rich variety of individuality, the diversity of human cultures? Lively and wide ranging, this book critically reviews research on human development from the early days to the theories and issues of the Twenty-First century.
A one-year-old attempting to build a tower of blocks may bring the pile crashing down, yet her five-year-old sister accomplishes this task with ease. Why do young children have difficulty with problems that present no real challenge to older children? How do problem-solving skills develop? In Children Solving Problems, Stephanie Thornton surveys recent research from a broad range of perspectives in order to explore this important question. What Thornton finds may come as a surprise: successful problem-solving depends less on how smart we are-or, as the pioneering psychologist Jean Piaget claimed, how advanced our skill in logical reasoning is-and more on the factual knowledge we acquire as we learn and interpret cues from the world around us. Problem-solving skills evolve through experience and dynamic interaction with a problem. But equally important-as the Russian psychologist L. S. Vygotsky proposed-is social interaction. Successful problem-solving is a social process. Sharing problem-solving tasks-with skilled adults and with other children-is vital to a child's growth in expertise and confidence. In problem-solving, confidence can be more important than skill. In a real sense, problem-solving lies at the heart of what we mean by intelligence. The ability to identify a goal, to work out how to achieve it, and to carry out that plan is the essence of every intelligent activity. Could it be, Thornton suggests, that problem-solving processes provide the fundamental machinery for cognitive development? In Children Solving Problems she synthesizes the dramatic insights and findings of post-Piagetian research and sets the agenda for the next stage in understanding the varied phenomena of children's problem-solving.
How does a fertilized egg become a person? How do the processes which shape the common features of human development also produce the rich variety of individual diversity? Understanding Human Development explores these questions in a lively and wide-ranging survey of the subject, offering both a topical and a chronological view of development. The author critically reviews research on human development from the earliest studies to the theories and issues of the 21st century, including recent breakthroughs in neuropsychology, cross-cultural psychology and in the application of dynamic systems theory. Coverage of methodology and ethics combined with thorough revision summaries in each chapter make this an invaluable introduction for students of developmental psychology.
How does the mind develop, from ovum to adolescence? This book provides a thorough review, from classic studies to the radical new insights of recent research. The text presents complex ideas through familiar analogies and concrete illustrations and conveys the excitement of research in this dynamically expanding field. With its emphasis on critical understanding of research methods as well as current theories, this book makes an ideal introduction to the study of cognitive development.
Egypt, 1400s BC. The pharaoh's pampered second daughter, lively,
intelligent Hatshepsut, delights in racing her chariot through the
marketplace and testing her archery skills in the Nile's
marshlands. But the death of her elder sister, Neferubity, in a
gruesome accident arising from Hatshepsut's games forces her to
confront her guilt...and sets her on a profoundly changed course.
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