Achieving Teaching Excellence serves not only as a readable, user-friendly textbook for the beginning teacher but, also as a source book for the experienced teacher, helping both create meaningful student learning experiences, stimulating student interest, developing cognitive skills, and leading students to question established tenets. You will want to keep it handy, referring to it time and again throughout your teaching career.
First President of the Philippines Emilio Aguinaldo's personal account of the Philippine-American War.This series puts hard-to-find, often long out-of-print books at reasonable prices into the hands of educators, researchers, and all those who enjoy reading about the Philippine's past. The readers should keep in mind that these are all contemporary books and reflect the values and attitudes - good and bad - of those authors of a century ago. Therefore, they will present information on how people thought at the time.The series will eventually cover books of all periods of Philippine history and various aspects of Philippine culture and society. The list on the following page is only the beginning as there will be new volumes released regularly. Books of this series have been reset with modern, more readable type but otherwise it is a faithful reproduction of the original.
During the nearly 100-year history of the U.S. Naval Station at Subic Bay, Philippines, thousands of American sailors and marines made port calls at this major ship-repair, supply, and rest and recreation base.Most loved it, some hated it, but all will remember it through this illustrated book. Historical but very readable, this 3rd Edition includes "100 Years of PI Liberty" sure to bring back memories of this great liberty port. Puts a new perspective on Subic Bay as you get to know the fascinating background that is found nowhere else.
FOUR CONGRESSIONAL MEDALS OF HONOR, THIRTEEN NAVAL CROSSES, SEVENTY-TWO SILVER STARS . . . In four and a half years in Vietnam, the Marines of the Third Reconnaissance Battalion repeatedly penetrated North Vietnamese and Vietcong sanctuaries by foot and by helicopter to find enemy forces, learn the enemy's intentions, and, when possible, bring deadly fire down on his head. Heavily armed, well-camouflaged teams of six and eight men daily exposed themselves to overwhelming enemy forces so that other Marines would have the information necessary to fight the war. It's all here: grueling, tense, and deadly recon patrols; insertions directly into NVA basecamps; last-stand defenses in the wreckage ...
With 30 historiographical essays by established and rising scholars, this Companion is a comprehensive picture of the presidencies and legacies of Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter. Examines important national and international events during the 1970s, as well as presidential initiatives, crises, and legislation Discusses the biography of each man before entering the White House, his legacy and work after leaving office, and the lives of Betty Ford, Rosalynn Carter, and their families Covers key themes and issues, including Watergate and the pardon of Richard Nixon, the Vietnam War, neoconservatism and the rise of the New Right, and the Iran hostage crisis Incorporates presidential, diplomatic, military, economic, social, and cultural history Uses the most recent research and newly released documents from the two Presidential Libraries and the State Department
In the Summer 2013 issue of Southern Cultures: Dixie Bohemians and Inner Hillbillies. Poutin’ Houses and Moon Pies. The economics of slavery and the integrity of farming. The Wilmington Insurrection and Wednesday morning miracles. The Summer Issue promises more of what Southern Cultures does best: southern lives, real and imagined, re-imagined. Southern Cultures is published quarterly (spring, summer, fall, winter) by the University of North Carolina Press. The journal is sponsored by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Center for the Study of the American South.