Lore, music, narratives, dozens of drawings by Indians themselves from an authoritative and important survey of native culture among Plains, Southwestern, Lake, and Pueblo Indians. Standard work in popular ethnomusicology. Features 149 songs in full notation. Includes 23 drawings and 23 photos.
In this international bestseller, originally published in 1959, Jacques Barzun, acclaimed author of From Dawn to Decadence, takes on the whole intellectual -- or pseudo-intellectual -- world, attacking it for its betrayal of Intellect. "Intellect is despised and neglected," Barzun says, "yet intellectuals are well paid and riding high." He details this great betrayal in such areas as public administrations, communications, conversation and home life, education, business, and scholarship.
In this edition's new Preface, Jacques Barzun discussess the intense -- and controversial -- reaction the world had to The House of Intellect.
The first book devoted to the needs of clinicians working at Urgent Care Centers. This concise, practical manual is geared specifically for physicians and other clinicians staffing the growing number of Urgent Care Centers. Urgent Care Medicine covers the unique aspects of medical practice at these centers including; staffing, patient profiles, interfacility transport, and the most common procedures performed at these centers. The book features easy-to-find critical information and quick-reference appendices on Differential Diagnoses of Chief Complaints & Presenting Symptoms and Radiologic Diagnosis Pearls,
First published in 1962, The Crust On Its Uppers, Derek Raymond's first novel (written when he was Robin Cook) is a gripping tale of class betrayal. With ruthless precision, it brings vividly to life a Britain of spivs, crooked toffs and bent coppers - in fact, a Britain that in its bare essentials has changed little over the past thirty years.
Each book contains a total of 60 short reading selections (fiction and nonfiction) followed by eight multiple choice questions. Scoring will help estimate your student's reading level, reading comprehension, and test-taking ability. The Instructional Benefits of McCall-Crabbs:
- Supplement basal reading programs
- Motivate and challenge even the most reluctant readers
- Allow for individualization with different grade level books
- Monitor reading progress over time
- Provide a graded informal reading inventory
- Practice test-taking skills
- Provide "power-work," progressively timed or untimed
- Oral reading practice
- Useful in adult education, ESL, and special education
Book A: Grades 2-4
Book B: Grades 3-5
Book C: Grades 4-6
Book D: Grades 5-7
Book E: Grades 6-8
Book F: Grades 7-12
Teachers' Manual/Answer Key is for all books in the series.
Student Answer Sheet is available as a free download.