Wonderful Investigations

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Wonderful Investigations

Author : Dan Beachy-Quick
ISBN : 9781571318411
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Over the course of six critically acclaimed books—including a compelling meditation on Moby-Dick—Dan Beachy-Quick has established himself as “one of America’s most significant young poets” (Lyn Hejinian). In Wonderful Investigations, Beachy-Quick broaches “a hazy line, a faulty boundary” between our daily world and one rich with wonder; a magical world in which, through his work as a writer, Beachy-Quick participates with a singular combination of critical intelligence and lyricism. Touching on the works of Emerson, Thoreau, Proust, and Plato, among others, Beachy-Quick outlines the problem of duality in modern thought—the separation of the mind and body, word and referent, intelligence and mystery, human and natural—and makes the case for a fuller kind of nature poetry, one that strives to overcome this false separation, and to celebrate the notion that “wonder is the fact that the world has never ceased to be real.”
Category: Literary Criticism

Wonderful West Virginia

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ISBN : MINN:31951P00762903E
Genre : Conservation of natural resources
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Category: Conservation of natural resources

Physical Sciences

Author : Sir William Lawrence Bragg
ISBN : UVA:X006149628
Genre : Chemistry
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The discourses cover physics and chemistry and are either in the form of a descriptive abstract or in the complete text. the eighty-nine years covered encompass a span of time which saw a change from classical physics to new physics and the emergence of the basic concepts of structural organic chemistry and valency.
Category: Chemistry


Author : Royal Institution of Great Britain
ISBN : CORNELL:31924078846692
Genre : Science
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Category: Science


Author : British Association for the Advancement of Science
ISBN : UCAL:$B521702
Genre : Science
File Size : 67.5 MB
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Category: Science

Naval Science

Author : Sir Edward James Reed
ISBN : UOM:39015073462171
Genre : Naval art and science
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Category: Naval art and science


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ISBN : UCAL:B3338208
Genre : Natural history
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Category: Natural history

Does Science Support Evolution

Author : E. Ralph Hooper
ISBN : STANFORD:36105019815120
Genre : Bible and evolution
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Category: Bible and evolution

Report Of Archeological Investigations

Author : West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey
ISBN : STANFORD:36105007006385
Genre : Excavations (Archaeology)
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Category: Excavations (Archaeology)

Real World Investigations For Social Studies

Author : John D. Hoge
ISBN : PSU:000053618078
Genre : Education
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This innovative book presents case studies --called investigations-- that combine ready-to-implement middle and high school lessons with complementary guidelines to demonstrate how the principles of Contextual Teaching and Learning (CTL) can be used to meet NCSS social studies curriculum standards. This combination of CTL principles and NCSS standards creates a book that shows teachers-in-training examples of quality social studies instruction while simultaneously illustrating essential teaching methods. KEY TOPICS: Intended to develop the attributes necessary for informed citizenship, each investigation provides a sequence of lessons using the teaching/learning styles that research has shown to be most effective with these age groups. Each investigation requires readers to face problematic issues, research and analyze data, construct meaning and understanding, evaluate competing points-of-view, and, finally, reach and defend conclusions. All coverage keyed to NCSS standards--with an investigation for each of the ten mandated competencies. MARKET: Core or supplemental reading for middle and secondary social studies methods courses.
Category: Education