The books in this series provide support material to help students and teachers in the study of Shakespeare. Using simplified text and dramatic pictures, these books bring to life the main characters and key events.
Questo primo volume segue il percorso dell'uomo dall'età più antica ﬁno al III millennio a.C. Una prima parte è relativa alla preistoria, la fase che precede la "storia" documentata, e tratta della comparsa dei primi uomini e delle Età paleolitica, mesolitica e neolitica.
Per questa fase è stato necessario rivolgere l'indagine a un'area geograﬁca molto ampia, allo scopo di seguire il lungo e compo sviluppo evolutivo dai primati all'uomo e l'emergere delle prime forme di vita sociale. Ci si affaccia quindi nella protostoria, quando si comincia ad avere la prima documentazione certa delle vicende umane.
L'illustrazione dello sviluppo delle culture più antiche si avvale per la preistoria di materiali e reperti provenienti da varie parti del mondo, laddove le fonti scritte compariranno più tardi e saranno indagate per i periodi successivi: le età "storiche". Un saggio di taglio metodologico sulla storia del pensiero archeologico nel corso del XX secolo aiuta il lettore a partecipare in maniera dinamica alle ricerche e alle scoperte compiute dagli archeologi nel corso di anni di indagini sui materiali che gli antichi ci hanno lasciato. Un gruppo di studiosi, ciascuno con competenze speciﬁche, accompagna il lettore in un viaggio a ritroso nel tempo, attraverso milioni di anni, ﬁno all'emergere della storia.
THE INUMANS FACE THE WRATH OF THEIR CREATORS! The Royal Family has spent months tracking down Primagen, the element that birthed Terrigen and could save the Inhuman race from its slow extinction. But to get it, they confronted the Progenitors – beings older than the Earth itself. They stole fire from the gods. And the gods are angry. The fate of planet Earth once again sits in Black Bolt and Medusa's hands. The Progenitors are here to end their experiment once and for all – and our world with it. Who will be able to stand...on Judgment Day?
Features an ADDITIONAL FREE e-book Dog Days: An Educational Rhyming Book for Children All About Dogs! Discover Dolphins is the second installment of our short poem educational books for kids! This book features 25 short poems all about the lives of dolphins. You'll learn all sorts of interesting things such as: The different types of dolphins there are. The ways that dolphins form groups. How dolphins swim fast. The ways that dolphins find food. How dolphins see underwater. And much much more! Most of the interesting facts featured in this book will even be new for adults! The pictures featured are all high res images so children can get up close and personal with the dolphins, helping them to develop knowledge, admiration, and respect for these highly intelligent creatures. Discover Dolphins is a great book to read to your children as well as a valuable learning tool for younger children who are beginning to read on their own. The book features a combination of simple and medium difficulty words which make it appropriate for children just starting out to read and children who want to be challenged with new concepts and ideas. Thank you for checking out Discover Dolphins and we hope you pick up and enjoy our book. Here's a short little poem from the book about what dolphins do to swim their quickest! When a dolphin needs to swim as fast as it can, Staying under the water, is not part of the plan. When they want to really hurry, especially to feed, They dive in and out of the water to help reach their top speed.
Included in Speaking Freely are, as Nat Hentoff writes: "My lives as a radical (according to the FBI); an 'enslaver of women' (according to pro-choicers); a suspiciously unpredictable civil-libertarian (according to the ACLU); a dangerous defender of alleged pornography (according to my friend Catherine MacKinnon); an irrelevant, anachronistic integrationist (according to assorted black nationalists); and, as an editor at the Washington Post once said, not unkindly--'a general pain in the ass.' " Continuing the story that began in his widely praised Boston Boy, Nat Hentoff in Speaking Freely guides us through more than forty years of his life in journalism, a career as various as his passions, and follows our social history from the civil rights and antiwar movements to the most incendiary battles (such as abortion) of the present day. Hentoff first evokes New York in the fifties, when he wrote for the jazz magazine Down Beat and came to know some of the most talented jazzmen of all time--Duke Ellington, Thelonious Monk, Charles Mingus, and Dizzy Gillespie, to name only a few. He looks back to his apprenticeship under George Seldes and I. F. Stone, two unyieldingly independent journalists whom he credits with charting his direction in the field. And he recounts his associations with a wide array of Americans, from Malcolm X, who was a friend, to Louis Farrakhan, who has labeled Hentoff "the Antichrist" ; from Adlai Stevenson to John Cardinal O'Connor; and from the "utterly singular" editor of The New Yorker, William Shawn, to uncelebrated heroes far afield from Manhattan and Washington. As a staff writer for the Village Voice and a syndicated columnist for the Washington Post, Hentoff has gained a reputation as one of the nation's most respected, uncompromising, and controversial writers on civil liberties and on the difficult issues and wide-ranging forms of injustice manifest in our age. Written with deep honesty and affection, and rooted in music, politics, and the press, Speaking Freely is a memoir as candid, opinionated, and provocative as any American journalist has ever offered.
The Cuaderno de actividades is intended for use primarily outside the classroom. This combined workbook/laboratory manual features Actividades escritas, Actividades auditivas, Resumen cultural, Pronunciacion y ortografia, Videoteca, and Lecturas. The Preface in the Cuaderno de actividades provides a detailed description of all sections and types of activities. This version of the Cuaderno covers the first half the book, Paso A-Capitulo 7.
Everything in your life could suddenly change in 24 hours. It did one day long ago! Now science and ancient documents provide stunning evidence of a world in which everything changed suddenly.