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Flight Instructor Practical Test Standards for Airplane Single-En...
by Federal Aviation Administ...

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<P>For flight instructors, FAA examiners and FAA license applicants, the Practical Test Standards are used to prepare for, review, take, or issue the checkride. They list the knowledge and experience prerequisites, the levels of skill that must be demonstrated, and describe background study and reference materials.<BR><BR>ASA reprints the most current FAA Practical Test Standards in this series of handy cockpit-sized guides. Every PTS is written by the FAA and lists the details about the type and levels of skill and knowledge that must be demonstrated before an examiner can issue a certificate or rating to an applicant.</P>
Letter Matching (Flip Book)
by Fun Logic

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A Little Edge of Darkness: A Boy's Triumph Over Dyslexia
by , Alexander Faludy

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January 01, 1996

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Alexander Faludy is severely dyslexic. He is also the youngest person to pass English Literature GCSE - at the age of nine - and A Level, at the age of eleven. Now twelve years old, he is also the youngest ever to be accepted on an Arts degree course.<BR>A Little Edge of Darkness tells Alexander's remarkable story from a double perspective: that of his parents as they gradually became aware of his combination of dyslexic disability and his exceptional intellectual ability; and that of Alexander himself, who recounts the isolation and confusion of a child who is progressively and puzzlingly rejected. His diagnosis as dyslexic at the age of seven came as a relief to the family, providing as it did a coherent explanation of Alexander's difference and his intelligence, and this book describes how, from being a child unable to function to his potential in the educational system, Alexander has become an example of a new approach to dyslexia. By concentrating on his abilities rather than using the conventional method of remedial treatment for his weaknesses, Alexander and his parents broke the mould, providing a dyslexic child with a unique opportunity to fulfil his potential.<BR>The book will be of interest not only to parents of exceptional children, but also to teachers, educational psychologists, and other professionals working in the field of special needs.
BOND: WAR PLAYS (Methuen Modern Plays)
by Edward Bond

Price : $19.95

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May 15, 1991

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Early Themes: Colors (Grades K-1)
by Courtney Silk

Price : $9.95

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<B>Ready-to-Go Activities, Games, Literature Selections, Poetry and Everything You Need for a Complete Theme Unit</B><BR>Explore the color spectrum with exciting activities. Inside you'll find the freshest bulletin board ideas, learning centers, poetry, easy science projects, no-cook recipes, hands-on math activities, reproducibles, and so much more.
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Demonstrates shooting, passing, dribbling, rebounding, and offensive moves, suggests multi-person drills, and discusses offensive and defensive strategy
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Basic Skills Vocabulary Enrichment, Grade 5
by School Specialty Publishi...

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January 15, 1999

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<html> <head> </head> <body> <p> Increase your students' vocabularies and foster an appreciation for the English language through this fantastic vocabulary-building workbook. Vocabulary Enrichment emphasizes categorization and classifying, synonyms and antonyms, context clues, analogies, and multi-meaning words. Your fifth graders also will learn etymology, prefixes and suffixes, idioms, and more. </p> </body> </html>
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This work shows how students of any age and ability can take responsibility for their own learning in an environment of positive regard, as teachers become facilitators rather than instructors.