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Performing with Microsoft® Office 2007

by Iris Blanc Cathy Vento

The Performing Series takes students to a higher level of learning through applied and project-based activities that go beyond the mechanics of the software. Various business documents are shown first, then students are shown the Office 2007 skills they need to create them. This approach shows students the relevance of what they are learning as they apply technology to task.

Performing with Projects for the Entrepreneur: Microsoft® Office 2007

by Iris Blanc Cathy Vento

This workbook provides students the opportunity to practice the skills that they have learned. These projects require students to create documents, forms, presentations, worksheets, databases, Web sites and Outlook management tools for a new business.

Periodic Table Families [Beyond Level, Grade 5]

by Lisa Jo Rudy

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Perrine's Literature: Structure, Sound, and Sense

by Greg Johnson Thomas R. Arp

The 10th edition of this long-established and esteemed anthology for undergraduate courses contains 100 new selections. After a 60-page introduction to writing about literature, chapters in the fiction section cover plot and structure, characterization, theme, point of view, symbol and allegory, and humor and irony. Chapters in the poetry section cover denotation and connotation, imagery, figurative language, musical devices, and patterns. Chapters in the drama section cover the nature of drama, realistic and nonrealistic drama, and tragedy and comedy. Concepts in each chapter are illustrated with works by established writers of the past and present. Discussion questions and suggestions for writing are included for each selection. Arp is affiliated with Southern Methodist University, and Johnson, with Kennesaw State University. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Perrine's Literature: Structure, Sound, and Sense

by Greg Johnson Thomas R. Arp

The 10th edition of this long-established and esteemed anthology for undergraduate courses contains 100 new selections. After a 60-page introduction to writing about literature, chapters in the fiction section cover plot and structure, characterization, theme, point of view, symbol and allegory, and humor and irony. Chapters in the poetry section cover denotation and connotation, imagery, figurative language, musical devices, and patterns. Chapters in the drama section cover the nature of drama, realistic and nonrealistic drama, and tragedy and comedy. Concepts in each chapter are illustrated with works by established writers of the past and present. Discussion questions and suggestions for writing are included for each selection. Arp is affiliated with Southern Methodist University, and Johnson, with Kennesaw State University. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc. , Portland, OR (booknews. com)

Perrine's Sound and Sense: An Introduction to Poetry (12th Edition)

by Greg Johnson Thomas R. Arp

The book works to balance the classic with the contemporary, to represent a wide diversity of poets, and to emphasize the importance of the close reading of poetry as the avenue to enjoy and appreciate it. Although there are many flourishing approaches to poetry and its effects, we believe that the initial step must be understanding the elements of poetry through which it presents itself. This book is addressed to the student who is beginning a serious investigation of poetry. We have attempted to offer that student a sufficient grasp of the nature and variety of poetry, some reasonable means for reading it with appreciative understanding, and a few primary ideas of how to evaluate it. One important principle established in the earliest editions is the need for conciseness and compactness, so that the book will have a friendly, welcoming appeal and will not seem daunting in its comprehensiveness. In matters of theory, in an introductory textbook some issues are undoubtedly simplified, but none we hope seriously so, and some more sophisticated theoretical approaches have had to be excluded in the interests of space. Another principle is that the elements of poetry are presented in a progression in which each new topic builds on what preceded it. The separate chapters gradually introduce the student to the elements of poetry, putting the emphasis always on how and why: How can the reader use these elements to get at the meaning of the poem, to interpret it sensibly, and to respond to it adequately? Why does the poet use these elements? What values have they for the poet and reader?

Personal Financial Literacy

by Joan S. Ryan

Learn how to plan and manage your personal finances, achieve a financially successful life, and take responsibility as a citizen. PERSONAL FINANCIAL LITERACY, Second Edition, is aligned with the Jump$tart Coalition's National Standards for Personal Financial Literacy. The personal focus of this course makes it relevant and meaningful to all; in particular, to those just starting down the path to personal financial independence.

Personal Financial Literacy

by Joan S. Ryan

Learn how to plan and manage your personal finances, achieve a financially successful life, and take responsibility as a citizen. PERSONAL FINANCIAL LITERACY is aligned with the Jump$tart Coalition's National Standards for Personal Financial Literacy. The personal focus of this course makes it relevant and meaningful to all; in particular, to those just starting down the path to personal financial independence.

Personal Fitness for You

by Roberta Stokes Sandra L. Schultz

High school fitness textbook.

Perspectives on American Politics

by William Lasser

A thematically rich reader, Perspectives on American Politics organizes up-to-date selections into four categories--Foundations, American Politics Today, Controversies, and View from the Inside. This range of perspectives expands students' understanding and knowledge of how the American system works. The text's thirteen chapters correspond with the most frequently assigned chapters of American Government textbooks, making it an ideal supplement to any core text.

Peter's Chair

by Ezra Jack Keats

Peter, the hero of many of Ezra Jack Keats' award-winning books, is upset when his parents paint his old baby furniture pink for his new little sister. There's one thing they haven't painted yet, though: his little blue chair. He'll do whatever it takes to save it--even run away! Now this perennial favorite is accessible to even the youngest child in a durable board book edition, with reinforced pages, a handy trim size, and safe, rounded corners.

Pets in Bed, Level K

by Twyla Jackson Dominic Catalano

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Phonics K, Student Pages, Semester 1

by Inc. K12

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Phonics K, Student Pages, Semester 2

by Inc. K12

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Phonics/Spelling Practice Book, Grade 3

by Macmillan Mcgraw-Hill

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Phonics/Spelling Practice Book, Grade 4


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Phonics/Spelling Practice Book, Grade 6

by Macmillan Mcgraw-Hill

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PhonicsWorks Activity Book, Advanced

by Inc. K12

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PhonicsWorks Activity Book, Basic

by Inc. K12

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PhonicsWorks Readers, [Volume] 1, Advanced

by Inc. K12

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PhonicsWorks Readers, Volume 1, Basic

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PhonicsWorks Readers, [Volume] 10, Advanced

by Inc. K12

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