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Exploring America's Past Beginnings to 1914

by John A. Garraty

Exploring America's Past contains unit lessons on American Beginnings (Beginnings-1763), The New American Nation, Building a Strong Nation (1790-1860), Seeking Growth and Change, Division and Reunification(1848-1900), The Rise of Modern America(1850--1900), America Becomes a World Power(1865-1920). Maps, Reference, Charts, etc. are additional features of this text book.

Exploring Art

by Rosalind Ragans Gene Mittler

A comprehensive volume covering different categories of art which include Art in Your World, The Elements of Art, The Principles of Art, Exploring Art Media, Art Criticism and Aesthetics, Art History and You, Drawing, Painting, Photography, Graphic Design, Sculpture, Crafts Architecture, Film, Video and Digital Art.

Exploring Blue Like Jazz: Resource Guide

by Donald Miller Dixon Kinser

Growing up is harder than it used to be.Exploring Blue Like Jazz is a guide about how to do life and faith well in the phase after high school that some have termed "emerging adulthood." It's a book intended to make growing up a little easier. Using the topics, themes, and questions addressed in Blue Like Jazz: The Movie as a means of starting the conversation, Donald Miller and Dixon Kinser offer an extremely frank look at sex, drugs, questions of faith, and other topics students face when moving from high school to the freedom of college, a work environment, and beyond. This very candid resource guide is the first of its kind, providing practical help for emerging adults, youth directors, mentors, and parents. Features include:Complete index of subjects addressed in the video, with useful statistics, conversation starters, and critical questions for emerging adults to considerA plan for students and twenty-somethings to manage their new-found freedom5-week study for youth leaders and small groups to help emerging adults work through these issuesFor use on its own or with the Exploring Blue Like Jazz DVD-Based Study (ISBN 9781418549510).

Exploring Careers (3rd Edition)

by Joan Kelly-Plate Ruth Volz-Patton

This completely revised middle school career education program, formerly titled Career Skills, motivates your students to investigate career opportunities they might pursue in the future.

Exploring Careers in Dentistry

by Jessica A. Rickert

Discusses the profession of dentistry and offers advice to those interested in dentistry as a career.

Exploring Careers: A Young Person's Guide to 1,000 Jobs - Third Edition

by Lon Gates Hand Veda Dickerson Rodme L. Dobeck Stephanie Koutek Lisa S. Williams

Every day you see adults all around you on their way to work. What do they do all day? More importantly, what job will you do someday? That's a big question. Your career choice will affect your happiness, your lifestyle, and your earnings. Through a unique mix of interesting information, Exploring Careers helps you learn more about the jobs that match your interests, favorite courses, free-time activities, and skills. IT'S EASY* Exploring Careers is divided into 14 interest areas. Just select the areas that interest you most and learn more about related careers through real-life worker profiles, samplers of key job skills, and brief job descriptions. IT'S REAL.. Read 49 interesting profiles of real people doing real jobs. Learn what they do, how they got into their fields, the education and training they had, what they like and sometimes don't like about their work, and much more. IT CONNECTS TODAY TO YOUR FUTURE. In 19 skill samplers, real workers tell you about the skills they need for their jobs. Questions help you see how what you're good at today could lead to a future job. IT'S QUICK BUT COMPLETE* Learn current facts about 1,000 jobs. Each brief description includes information about education and training needed, average salary, job growth, and the importance of math, science, and English to the job. Meets National Career Development Guidelines for Self-Knowledge, Educational and Occupational Exploration, and Career Planning.

Exploring Creation with Botany

by Jay L. Wile Jeannie Fulbright

The book is written directly to the student, making it appealing to kids. Presenting science concepts in a conversational, engaging style makes science enchanting and memorable for your students. It also fosters a love for learning. This course is written for children between six and twelve years old. When the course is complete, this book will serve as an excellent reference for your family's future questions and studies in botany. As a result, this book is a life-long investment!

Exploring Creation with Zoology 1: Flying Creatures of the Fifth Day

by Jay L. Wile Jeannie Fulbright

You will find this book to be an easy to use science curriculum for your whole family. The text is written directly to the student, making it very appealing to kids from six to thirteen. The material is presented in a conversational, engaging style that will make science enchanting and memorable for your students, creating an environment in which learning is a joy.

Exploring Creation with Zoology 3: Land Animals of the Sixth Day

by Jay L. Wile Jeannie Fulbright

You will find this book to be an easy-to-use science curriculum for your whole family. The text is written directly to the student, making it very appealing to kids from six to thirteen. The material is presented in a conversational, engaging style that will make science enchanting and memorable for your students, creating an environment in which learning is a joy.

Exploring Earth

by Wright Group/McGraw-Hill

NIMAC-sourced textbook

Exploring God's World (Fourth Edition)

by Judy Hull Moore

Fourth graders will enjoy this fascinating presentation of things that they can see, observe, and understand in the world around them. Students will appreciate the miracle of plant germination, the causes of weather, the God-given provisions for life on earth, the design of the starry heavens, the ecology of the ocean depths, and many other aspects of God's creative genius.

Exploring Our World: People, Places, and Cultures

by Richard G. Boehm Francis P. Hunkins David G. Armstrong

World geography, world cultures. . . a world students can understand Exploring Our World is a middle school program co-authored by National Geographic. This program introduces students to an enriched view of the interrelationships of geography, history, economics, government, citizenship, and current events?in one compelling package. A strong geographic thread is interwoven with history, government, and current events to analyze different regions of the world and the issues they face. Suitable for a world geography or world cultures class, Exploring Our World is available as a full survey; Eastern Hemisphere; and Western Hemisphere, Europe, and Russia. . .

Exploring Our World: People, Places, and Cultures

by Richard G. Boehm Francis P. Hunkins David G. Armstrong

World geography, world cultures. . . a world students can understand. Exploring Our World is a middle school program co-authored by National Geographic. This program introduces students to an enriched view of the interrelationships of geography, history, economics, government, citizenship, and current events in one compelling package. A strong geographic thread is interwoven with history, government, and current events to analyze different regions of the world and the issues they face. Suitable for a world geography or world cultures class, Exploring Our World is available as a full survey; Eastern Hemisphere; and Western Hemisphere, Europe, and Russia.

Exploring Our World: People, Places, and Cultures

by The National Geographic Society Dinah Zike Richard G. Boehm Francis P. Hunkins David G. Armstrong

World geography, world cultures...a world students can understand in Exploring Our Worldis a middle school program co-authored by National Geographic. This program introduces students to an enriched view of the interrelationships of geography, history, economics, government, citizenship, and current events--in one compelling package. A strong geographic thread is interwoven with history, government, and current events to analyze different regions of the world and the issues they face. Suitable for a world geography or world cultures class,Exploring Our Worldis available as a full survey; Eastern Hemisphere; and Western Hemisphere, Europe, and Russia.

Exploring Science 8

by Mark Levesley Sandra Baggley Julian Clarke Steve Gray Penny Johnson Andrea Coates

This edition of Exploring Science 8 focuses on Biology and Chemistry.

Exploring the Chicago World's Fair 1893 (American Sisters)

by Laurie Lawlor

Dora Pomeroy must keep watch over her sisters against the dazzling backdrop of the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago.

Exploring the Solar System: A History with 22 Activities

by Mary Kay Carson

In this stellar activity book, kids delve into the rich history of space exploration, where telescopes, satellites, probes, landers, and human missions lead to amazing discoveries. Updated to include the recent discovery of Eris which, along with Pluto, has been newly classified as a "dwarf planet" by the International Astronomical Union, this cosmic adventure challenges kids to explore the planets and other celestial bodies for themselves through activities such as building a model of a comet using soil, molasses, dry ice, and window cleaner; or creating their own reentry vehicle to safely return an egg to Earth's surface. With biographies of more than 20 space pioneers, specific mission details, a 20-page field guide to the solar system, and plenty of suggestions for further research, this is the ultimate guidebook to exploring the solar system.

Exploring World History Part 1

by Ray Notgrass

"This curriculum provides credit in three high school subjects: world history, English, and Bible. The 150 lessons are divided into thirty units of five lessons each. Since a typical school year has thirty-six weeks, you have some flexibility in completing the course. You can take two weeks to complete a unit when you find a topic particularly interesting or when your schedule is especially busy. Families are free to choose how they want to schedule the course, but many families choose to begin a unit on Monday and finish it on Friday. On the first day of a unit, you and a parent should read the unit introduction. Here you will find a brief overview of the unit; a list of lessons for that unit; a Bible passage to memorize; a list of books used with that unit; choices for a project for that unit; and, when a literature title is begun, an introduction to that book. After reading the introduction, choose a project to complete by the end of the unit and make a schedule for how to complete it. Find the memory work for the week in the Bible translation of your choice. "

Exploring World History Part 2

by Ray Notgrass

The book you have before you is a direct result of an event that occurred during the Renaissance. The copy of the Bible that you read is a direct result of that same event, as are your other books, newspapers and magazines, and all printed materials. The printing process used today is different from that which came into existence over five hundred years ago, but a direct line connects the two processes. In the mid-15th century, Johann Gutenberg developed a printing press with movable type. The full impact of this invention on our world is hard to calculate.

The Explosionist

by Jenny Davidson

A series of mysteries. An explosion of truths. The Explosionist: Someone sets off a bomb outside fifteen-year-old Sophie's boarding school, but no one can figure out who. The Medium: Soothsayers and sÉance leaders are regular guests at her great-aunt's house in Scotland, but only one delivers a terrifying prophecy, directed at Sophie herself. The Murder: When the medium is found dead, Sophie and her friend Mikael know they must get to the bottom of these three mysteries in order to save themselves-even as the fate of all Europe hangs in the balance. Set in a time of subversive politics, homegrown terrorism, and rapidly changing alliances, The Explosionist is an extraordinarily accomplished debut novel for teens that delivers a glimpse of the world as it might have been-had one moment in history been altered.

Exposed

by Judith Graves

Raven is cunning, aggressive and whip-smart--she's had to be to survive. She was taken in at a young age by the boss of a car-theft ring, who rescued her from a life of hell. For too long she's believed she owes him everything and used her uncanny urban climbing skills to train young recruits for what she believes are victimless crimes. Until Raven discovers that his compassion for the kids he wrangles into the ring is just a front, and they are all merely tools of his trade, nothing more. When he's responsible for the death of Raven's young "apprentice," she finally sees him for what he really is--and sets out to bring him down.

Exposed

by Kimberly Marcus

In the dim light of the darkroom, I'm alone, but not for long. As white turns to gray, Kate is with me. The background of the dance studio blurred, so the focus is all on her legs extended in a perfect soaring split. The straight line to my squiggle, my forever-best friend. Sixteen-year-old Liz is Photogirl-sharp, focused and confident in what she sees through her camera lens. Confident that she and Kate will be best friends forever. But everything changes in one blurry night. Suddenly, Kate is avoiding her, and people are looking the other way when she passes in the halls. As the aftershocks from a startling accusation rip through Liz's world, everything she thought she knew about photography, family, friendship and herself shifts out of focus. What happens when the picture you see no longer makes sense? What do you do when you may lose everything you love most? Told in stunning, searingly raw free verse, Exposedis Kimberly Marcus's gut-wrenching, riveting debut and will appeal to fans of Ellen Hopkins, Laurie Halse Anderson and Virginia Euwer Wolff. From the Hardcover edition.

Exposed

by Francine Pascal J. R. Rost

Instead of choosing the good guy, I chose the bad guy. Instead of warding off the enemy, I moved in with him. And I thought the purpose of fear was to prevent you from doing stupid things.

The Exposed (Animorphs #27)

by K. A. Applegate

The Animorphs and Ax have one true ally against the Yeerks: the Chee. So when they discover the Chee are in trouble, they have no choice but to help.

Exposed (Fearless #35)

by Francine Pascal

Instead of choosing the good guy, I chose the bad guy. Instead of warding off the enemy, I moved in with him. And I thought the purpose of fear was to prevent you from doing stupid things.

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