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Once Upon A Sign

Author: Kim Taylor-DiLeva
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 1598844768
Size: 49.49 MB
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This book shows how integrating American Sign Language (ASL) into story time and other educational programs can benefit and entertain ALL children, whether or not they are hearing impaired, from infancy onward. * Includes 14 complete program ideas appropriate for young learners, from infancy through high school-age patrons (plus parents of babies/toddlers) * More than 200 photos clearly illustrate signs * Resources listed include ASL Books/Media for Adults, ASL Books/Media for Children, and the ASL Manual Alphabet

Guidebook To Early Reading

Author: Nathan Rugg
Publisher: Greenfield Education
ISBN: 1495399435
Size: 59.22 MB
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Our first baby started reading by nine months. By age four, he was reading college level material. This book explains how we taught our babies to read. Guidebook to Early Reading: How We Taught Our Babies to Read explains the most common early reading theories, shares practical ways to start your child on the road to literary fluency, and tells our own early reading story. The first section of the book examines common questions about early reading, the second looks at early reading theory, and the last section looks at practical ways to integrate early reading into everyday life.

Sensory Parenting From Newborns To Toddlers

Author: Britt Collins
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1617926191
Size: 22.89 MB
Format: PDF
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All of us have had a sensory issue at one time or another. Maybe it’s your neighbor’s dog barking that bothers you or you can’t stand the texture of cottage cheese. Does it make you crazy to have a hat on your head? Do you avoid the mall at peak shopping times so you don’t have to be around crowds of people? These are common things that as adults we adapt to or avoid without giving them a second thought. What about your children’s sensory sensitivities? What if you could make parenting easier and more fun by taking your child’s senses into consideration? Imagine the possibilities because you can!

Navigating The Social World

Author: Mahzarin R. Banaji
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199890714
Size: 47.36 MB
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Navigating the social world requires sophisticated cognitive machinery that, although present quite early in crude forms, undergoes significant change across the lifespan. This book will be the first to report on evidence that has accumulated on an unprecedented scale, showing us what capacities for social cognition are present at birth and early in life, and how these capacities develop through learning in the first years of life. The volume will highlight what is known about the discoveries themselves but also what these discoveries imply about the nature of early social cognition and the methods that have allowed these discoveries — what is known concerning the phylogeny and ontogeny of social cognition. To capture the full depth and breadth of the exciting work that is blossoming on this topic in a manner that is accessible and engaging, the editors invited 70 leading researchers to develop a short report of their work that would be written for a broad audience. The purpose of this format was for each piece to focus on a single core message: are babies aware of what is right and wrong, why do children have the same implicit intergroup preferences that adults do, what does language do to the building of category knowledge, and so on. The unique format and accessible writing style will be appealing to graduate students and researchers in cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, and social psychology.

The Big Sandwich

Author: Randall Clarkson
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781542619929
Size: 15.94 MB
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What would you do if you came home very hungry and after making the most amazing sandwich in the world...it disappeared?!! This story & signs are about the crazy fun foods that go into making the BIG sandwich and the mystery of its disappearance! Mr.C will ENGAGE, ENTERTAIN & EMPOWER your child with this fun story as they learn 38 American Sign Language words. This book is written with a 'Progressive Learning' approach for children ages 3-10. Progressively your child will enjoy and learn from this eBook for many years to come. Each time the story is read, they will remember more and more of the signs. Your child will become confident and be able to read the stories and sign the words at the same time. BENEFITS of learning SIGN LANGUAGE Your child will have better... - Eye-hand coordination - Reading & spelling development - Communication options - Integrated brain development - Higher self-esteem by learning a new language - Parent-child bonding when done together Download free fun kid stuff at StoriesAndSigns.com/Kidzone

Essential Song

Author: Lynn Whidden
Publisher: Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press
ISBN: 1554588197
Size: 24.11 MB
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Audio Files located on Soundcloud Essential Song: Three Decades of Northern Cree Music, a study of subarctic Cree hunting songs, is the first detailed ethnomusicology of the northern Cree of Quebec and Manitoba. The result of more than two decades spent in the North learning from the Cree, Lynn Whidden’s account discusses the tradition of the hunting songs, their meanings and origins, and their importance to the hunt. She also examines women’s songs, and traces the impact of social change—including the introduction of hymns, Gospel tunes, and country music—on the song traditions of these communities. The book also explores the introduction of powwow song into the subarctic and the Crees struggle to maintain their Aboriginal heritage—to find a kind of song that, like the hunting songs, can serve as a spiritual guide and force. Including profiles of the hunters and their songs and accompanied (online) by original audio tracks of more than fifty Cree hunting songs, Essential Song makes an important contribution to ethnomusicology, social history, and Aboriginal studies.

Rousseau

Author: Timothy O'Hagan
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134393725
Size: 11.32 MB
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Timothy O'Hagan investigates Jean-Jacques Rousseau's writings concerning the formation of humanity, of the individual and of the citizen in his three master works: the Discourse on the Origin of Inequality among Men, Emile and the Social Contract. He explores Rousseau's reflections on the sexes, language and religion. O'Hagan gives Rousseau's arguments a close and sympathetic reading. He writes as a philosopher, not a historian, yet he never loses sight of the cultural context of Rousseau's work.