Author: Rosi McNab
Release Date: 2013-03-01
Genre: French language
This is a fun, activity-based approach to French for 9 to 11 year olds. Through a series of 9 units, 'French Club' uses puzzles, stories and songs to explore grammar and vocabulary concepts in an entirely undaunting way
Author: Economos, Christina
Publisher: Human Kinetics
Release Date: 2014-07-03
This book is a great tool for helping teachers instill good eating and physical activity habits in their students. It comes with a web resource that offers activity and food cards, worksheets, and separate activity books for grades 1 to 3. The web resource also contains another complete book, After-School HEAT Club Curriculum, that offers activities for after-school programs that reinforce the print book’s content.
On her first day at the Princess Academy, Princess Charlotte inadvertently causes an accident that ruins the dresses of her new roommates and unless something can be done none of them will be able to attend the much anticipated Birthday Ball.
Author: Allan H. Pasco
Publisher: University of Exeter Press
Release Date: 1997-01-01
Genre: Literary Criticism
Examines the cultural practices that created the offensive, though appealing, romantic heroes that appeared in European and especially in French literature in the latter half of the 18th century. Pasco suggests that Romanticism was a cultural reality born of widespread social factors and sustained by a mass market for novels, poems and plays that popularized attitudes and behaviour.
Author: James B. Collins
Publisher: Wadsworth Publishing Company
Release Date: 2002-01-01
The historian writing about the French Revolution in 2001 faces an odd situation, because the long struggle of the Classicists and Revisionists has died down, in part because there are so few Classical historians of the French Revolution still active. That truce is puzzling in some ways, because the Revisionists, although they drove the Classicists from the field, never succeeded in creating a synthesis of their own. Now the old quarrel has moved to the wings; the new historiography of the French Revolution, both in the Francophone and Anglophone worlds, has shifted into cultural evolution. [This book] offers a synthesis of the events, but one that integrates material from these different historiographical schools with a careful look at many of the original documents. -Pref.