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Descubre: Lengua y cultura del mundo hispánico, [Level] 3

by José A. Blanco

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Temas: AP® Spanish Language and Culture

by Parthena Draggett Cole Conlin Max Ehrsam

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AP Spanish, Language and Culture Exam Preparation

by Jorge Frisancho María T. Redmon Marta Lucía Restrepo Bravo

A great complement to any AP® Spanish course, this program allows students the flexibility they need to gain experience with the different formats and sharpen their test-taking skills with content that maps precisely to new curriculum framework.

D'accord! Langue et culture du monde francophone, [Level] 1

by Vista Higher Learning

D'accord!, this multi-leveled French program, provides seamlessly-integrated text and technology to excite and prepare your students for the world where multilingual communication and cultural understanding are necessities, not luxuries.

D'accord!: Langue et culture du monde francophone (Level #2)

by Vista Higher Learning

Imagina: Curso intermedio de lengua española

by José A. Blanco C. Cecilia Tocaimaza-Hatch

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Architecture: Residential Drafting and Design

by Clois E. Kicklighter W. Scott Thomas Joan C. Kicklighter

Architecture: Residential Drafting and Design provides comprehensive instruction for preparing architectural working drawings using traditional and computer-based methods. The text also serves as a reference for design and construction principles and methods. Its highly effective formatorganizes content around the design-building process, making the text easy to understand and appealing to students. The new edition of this text has been extensively revised and features new chapters covering sustainable design and building sections. New chapter features include Green Architecture, Employability, Problem Solving Case Study, and Curricular Connections to expand on chapter topics, explain currenttrends, and promote student interest. Each chapter contains sample test questions for the American Design Drafting Association (ADDA) Drafter Certification Test to help students work toward earning professional certification. The text has been enhanced with a new, colorful design and includes manynew detailed illustrations to explain topics. Each chapter includes objectives, key terms, Internet resources, review questions, and suggested activities for individuals or small groups. Many of the chapterend activities are designed to give students experience working with computer-aided draftingand design (CADD) systems.

Engineering Fundamentals: Design, Principles, And Careers

by Michael Berkeihiser Joshua W. Brown Ryan A. Brown

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Hospitality Services

by Johnny Sue Reynolds Dorothy M. Chase

Introduce your students to the world of hospitality! Hospitality Services presents an overview of the hospitality industry. The text discusses the various roles and responsibilities of workers in the five areas of hospitality--food and beverage, lodging, travel, tourism, and recreation. The basics of management and the business side of hospitality are also covered. In addition, the text provides an overview for business support areas, such as human resources, marketing, sales, and accounting. Chapters on career planning lead students through the steps of a job search and emphasize the skills needed for success in the workplace. * New chapters on the travel, tourism, and recreation industries have been added. * Profiles of fascinating and inspiring industry leaders show individual career progression, from entry level to top positions. * New features address environmental topics and business ethics. * Instructor's CD provides and student worksheets to reinforce learning.

Video Game Design: Instructor's Manual

by D. Michael Ploor

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Discovering Careers

by John A. Wanat E. Weston Pfeiffer Richard Van Gulik

Discovering Careers is designed to introduce students to the skills they will need to succeed in school, on the job, and on their own. By studying this text, students will be able to explore personal goals, interests, and aptitudes that will influence future life decisions. Through exploration of the career clusters and pathways, students will learn about the training and skills required to pursue their post-high school plans. This text helps students take their first steps toward making the most of their education while preparing for the future. - An emphasis is placed on planning a personal program of future study that students can carry into high school and beyond. - Career clusters are featured to provide awareness of the multitude of career choices available after high school. - Cross-curricular opportunities and connections are fostered throughout the text to provide realistic applications

Marketing Dynamics

by Brenda Clark Cynthia Gendall Basteri Chris Gassen

Marketing Dynamics provides a well rounded introduction to the 4Ps--product, price, place, and promotion. Other essential topics, such as marketing research and target market identification, are also covered. College and career readiness activities covering writing, speaking, and listening are incorporated. Career Ready Practices are also included. * DECA activities are included in each of the 33 chapters to support leadership development. * The ongoing marketing plan provides a project-based, hands-on learning activity that builds at the end of each unit (data files are posted on the student companion website). * College and Career Readiness Portfolio activities provide students an opportunity to create a personal portfolio for use when exploring volunteer, education and training, or career opportunities.

Auto Collision Repair and Refinishing

by Michael Crandell

Auto Collision Repair and Refinishing details the latest collision repair and refinishing techniques, as well as more traditional repair procedures. It presents both the theoretical and practical aspects of collision repair and refinishing, preparing students for a fast-paced workplace that is becoming increasingly technical. Organized around the NATEF Collision Repair and Refinish Task List, this comprehensive textbook includes information on MIG welding, HVLP spray painting, paintless dent repair, low-VOC finishes, paint matching, structural frame repair, detailing, and flexible plastic component repair, and estimating. Detailed chapters on mechanical systems, such as brake systems, cooling systems, and restraint systems, allow students to recognize and repair common types of mechanical damage. An extensive estimating chapter provides unsurpassed instruction on this vital task, walking students through the steps required to estimate specific types of damage. Auto Collision Repair and Refinishing is an indispensible resource for students preparing for a career in collision repair and refinishing, as well as experienced technicians preparing for the ASE collision repair and refinish certification tests.

Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology

by William C. Rose Michelle A. Provost-Craig Susan J. Hall

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Principles of Food Science (Fourth Edition)

by Larry T. Ward Janet D. Ward

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Fashion Marketing & Merchandising

by Mary G. Wolfe

Fashion Marketing & Merchandising motivates students to examine the business aspects of the fashion world and the career opportunities it offers. Students learn about the entire textile/apparel/retail soft goods chain, its economic fundamentals, and strategies for retail success. The text Describes new retail trends, including showrooming and omni-channel retailing with the latest Internet, mobile, and social media strategies. Reports the latest advances in textiles, manufacturing, mass customization, and niche specialization. Discusses the greater emphasis on ethics, social responsibility, environmental sustainability, and data security. Reports successful fashion merchandising activities that satisfy the changing consumer market. Explains computer technologies such as robotic manufacturing, automatic merchandise replenishment, radio frequency identification (RFID), and Internet retailing. Examines fashion industry globalization and business consolidation. Discusses how to prepare for career opportunities in fashion, including entrepreneurship. Identifies industry trade groups and publications that help students gain added knowledge now and contacts in their professional careers.

Introduction to Health Science: Pathways to Your Future

by Susan Blahnik Dorothy J. Winger

Introduction to Health Science: Pathways to Your Future is a pathway-focused textbook program that helps you explore and prepare for healthcare careers. Organized into untis based on the five health science pathways, the text covers all the skills and knowledge areas included in the National Health Science Standards. Assessment activities at the end of each chapter offer multiple opportunities for students to simulate heathcare careers, practice skills, and to think deeply about the information they've learned.

Introduction to Medical Terminology

by Kimberly Turnbull Linda Stanhope

As one of the first Medical Terminology textbook programs developed specifically for the high school classroom, Introduction to Medical Terminology will invite you into the language of medicine. Through comprehensive coverage, masterful illustrations, and a wealth of engaging activities, you will explore, learn about, and use medical word parts vital to a career in the healthcare industry.

Guide to Good Food

by Velda L. Largen Deborah L. Bence

Guide to Good Food provides an in-depth look at how to select, store, prepare, and serve nutritious, appealing dishes. Menus and recipes with easy-to-follow, step-by-step directions and nutritional analyses are included. Food-related careers are profiled in every chapter, and Career Success features are found throughout. Healthful lifestyles are supported by the inclusion of MyPlate and the latest Dietary Guidelines for Americans. Students can explore the culture and cuisine of over 30 countries in the Foods of the World section. Math, food science, and social studies are introduced into the curriculum through features and activities.

Parents and Their Children (8th Edition)

by Verdene Ryder Celia A. Decker

Parents and Their Children helps students learn the demands of parenting as well as its rewards. The text explores various family forms and functions, the cycle of family development, and how the parenting role changes through the lifespan as children grow. Conception, pregnancy, and prenataldevelopment and care are discussed with an emphasis on abstinence to avoid unplanned pregnancies. Features throughout the text engage students in real-life parenting situations. College and career readiness activities are included.

Contemporary Living

by Verdene Ryder

Contemporary Living explores the issues facing students and provides the information needed to make wise decisions. The text addresses topics such as personal development, relationships with family and friends, career options, healthful living, relating to peers, dealing with family crises,and managing family living. Students gain critical-thinking skills while they learn about alternatives to different situations so they can make the best choices for themselves.

Principles of Floral Design: An Illustrated Guide

by James M. DelPrince Pat Diehl Scace

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Comprehensive Health

by Mark Zelman Catherine A. Sanderson

Oklahoma Common Core Coach Assessments, English Language Arts, Grade 8

by Triumph Learning

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Common Core Coach, English Language Arts, [Grade] 7


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