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This book is divided into units and chapters that are organized around Themes, Big Ideas, and Main Ideas of biology. Themes are overarching concepts that help students tie what they learn together. They help them see the connections among major ideas and concepts. Big Idea appear in each chapter help to focus on topics within the themes. Main Idea will draw him into more specific details about biology.
Learn more about biology in this textbook.
Chemistry: Concepts and Applicationsis a conceptual presentation of chemistry. Mathematical computations are only introduced where it is necessary to understand and apply knowledge of chemistry. The program is designed to be universally accessible to learners enrolled in a first year high school chemistry curriculum. Benefits Designed for Your Classroom: * Strong visual literacy and reading support for comprehension that allows chemistry to be accessible to students. * Real-world applications that reveal the impact of chemistry on students' lives. * Engaging inquiry skills that allow students to really think like scientists. * Differentiated instructional strategies that address diverse learners. * Integrated technology that saves time and increases teacher productivity.
Reading Essentials for Biology takes the stress out of reading, learning, and understanding biology. This book covers important concepts in biology, offers ideas for how to learn the information, and helps you review what you have learned.
Glencoe Speechis an introductory speech text for high school students. The text covers the full range of speech topics, from different types of interpersonal communication to preparing and presenting speeches to debate and parliamentary procedure, making it a good fit for all introductory speech classes. Glencoe Speechis authored by three leading high school speech teachers and debate coaches - Randall McCutcheon, James Shaeffer, and Joe Wycoff - and provides you with the most effective techniques and strategies for teaching speech/communication. Features include interviews with real people from a variety of occupations who describe how communication is involved in day to day activities. Glencoe Speechis an ideal text for both college prep and students making their way into the world of work.
Glencoe Speech introduces students to the speech and communication skills that will benefit them forever. - Covers a wide range of topics including debate, presentations, interpersonal skills, nonverbal communication, interviewing, and speeches - Prepare the future workforce for success with exercises and tips from real professionals from a variety of occupations - Enhance lessons and bring the text to life with the Communication Video Library - Motivate students with strong examples from their peers with selections from the Great Student Speeches booklet
GAINING A PRACTICAL UNDERSTANDING OF THE LAW AND THE LEGAL SYSTEM. Street Law's interactive methods focus on legal issues relevant to students' lives help students develop the knowledge and skills essential in our law-related society. Features * Intellectual property coverage invites students to consider issues related to ownership of ideas. * Case Studies illustrate legal issues in the context of real-life and hypothetical situations. * Human Rights U.S.A. offers an opportunity to study human rights issues in the United States. * You Be the Judge involves students in considering and deciding the outcome of a legal situation. * Where You Live highlights variations in local law and procedures. * Youth Act helps students learn how to advocate for change in their community and how to solve problems without going to court. * Legal Documents are reproduced in the text to aid students' understanding.
Succeeding in the World of Workprepares your students for the 21st century workplace. This updated program integrates academic standards-based acitvities with real-world workplace connections. The ninth edition emphasized workplace skills, technology, and understanding and working with cultural differences. This text provides Real-World Connection which provides a real-life anecdote or passage that deals with issues of work, including soft skills such as interpersonal communication.
Succeeding in the World of Work prepares students for the complex issues they'll face in the rapidly changing workplace. This updated and comprehensive program now includes 16 career pathways outlined by the U. S. Department of Education.
Theatre: Art in Action teaches theater through hands-on performance-based exercises that have students assume the roles of actor, director, designer, technician, producer, stage crew, publicist, etc., to gain an appreciation for and understanding of theater as an art form, today and through history.
Introduce students to the laws that affect their daily lives. New elements in every component!
Glencoe Understanding Psychology contains unit lessons on Approaches to Psychology, The Life Span, The Workings of Mind and Body, Learning and Cognitive Processes, Personality and Individuality, Adjustment and Breakdown, and Social Psychology.
A WORLD VIEW FROM RENOWNED AUTHORS The only high school geography test co-authored by the National Geographic Society, Glencoe World Geography offers not only a fascinating view of the world, enlivened by but also a meticulous, accurate presentation. This program focuses on the development of geographic literacy.
What makes a great world history textbook? Thorough scholarship and an engaging story Glencoe World History is a full-survey world history program authored by a world-renowned historian, Jackson Spielvogel, and the National Geographic Society. Experiencing world history and understanding its relevance to the modern world is the goal of this program. The program addresses the importance of motivating students and engaging them in meaningful learning to learning that links the past with issues confronting young people today. Glencoe World History addresses student learning on many levels and encourages the reader to become actively involved with the beautifully presented content.
This book is a comprehensive course that covers prehistory to the present day helps link the events of the past with the issues that confront students today. It motivates and engages students in meaningful learning as they develop an understanding of the world's cultures and an appreciation for the interdependence of world regions.
Glencoe World History is a full-survey world history program authored by a world-renowned historian, Jackson Spielvogel, and the National Geographic Society. Experiencing world history and understanding its relevance to the modern world is the goal of this program. The program addresses the importance of motivating students and engaging them in meaningful learning--learning that links the past with issues confronting young people today.
Recent world history in a motivating forma. Glencoe World History: Modern Times draws on the features of Glencoe World History to motivate students, help them understand the connections between recent world events and issues, and give them an appreciation for the interconnectedness of the world's regions and peoples.
This book examines what scientists know about global warming and climate change and considers political and economic solutions that will balance the competing needs of people around the world.
As you read this textbook, you will learn about many new worlds. By reading literature you can experience the past and the future, and you can learn about people how they feel and how they think.
This book is designed to be used as the second volume of a basic two-volume high school text for a two-year, four-term study of the world--its history and its people. It can also be used in a one-year, two-term study. The material is presented in a manner that is appropriate for an introductory survey course. This volume covers the regions of Africa, Asia, Europe, and Latin America, from the early nineteenth century to the beginning of the twenty-first century.
The intent of Global Insights is to provide global knowledge and understanding by having the peoples of eight different geographical regions speak for themselves about the elements that have shaped their lives and made them the way they are today. The text is divided into eight units--Africa, China, Japan, India, Latin America, the Middle East, the Commonwealth of Independent States, and Europe.