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Mastery Of Speech

Author : Frederick Houk Law
ISBN : UOM:39015003937128
Genre : Conversation
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Category: Conversation

The Mastery Of Languages

Author : Thomas Prendergast
ISBN : OXFORD:N11092265
Genre : Language and languages
File Size : 83.58 MB
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Category: Language and languages

The Mastery Of Books

Author : Harry Lyman Koopman
ISBN : UOM:39015033650238
Genre : Books and reading
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Clinical Management Of Speech Sound Disorders

Author : Carol L. Koch
ISBN : 9781284036916
Genre : Medical
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Clinical Management of Speech Sound Disorders: A Case-Based Approach meets the need of speech language pathology instructors who work with children who demonstrate articulation and phonological disorders. This text presents an overview of case-based learning as an introductory chapter and the application in the discipline of speech-language pathology and focus on various evidence-based approaches for treating children with speech sound disorders.
Category: Medical

The Mastery Of The Air

Author : William J. Claxton
ISBN : 9781465525222
Genre : Aeronautics
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Category: Aeronautics

The Recent Work Of J Rgen Habermas

Author : Stephen K. White
ISBN : 0521389593
Genre : Philosophy
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Jürgen Habermas is one of the foremost philosophers and social theorists in the world today. But the complexity and breadth of his thought make him often difficult to understand. In this book, Stephen White offers a clear, accessible, and reliable introduction to Habermas's work, particularly that which he has written since the publication of Knowledge and human interest (produced in English in 1971). During this period, new themes and directions have emerged in Habermas's thought, which culminated in The Theory of Communicative Action, a massive work that has not hitherto been the subject of extended commentary and analysis. This book is the first to provide a full-length study of Habermas's mature thought. Locating the latter in the context of contemporary debates, White explains Habermas's ideas about action, rationality, communicative ethics, contemporary capitalism, and new social movements, which characterize his later work. He also examines Habermas's interpretation of modernity, showing that although, like his forerunners in the Frankfurt School, Habermas maintains a critical stance towards modernity's instrumentalization of reason, he nonetheless offers a sophisticated defense of the universal significance of other aspects of modern consciousness that are too often forgotten by many recent radical critics of modernity. Throughout, White presents Habermas's work in such a way as to emphasize its coherence, and to demonstrate how it constitutes the beginnings of a distinctive new research program in the social sciences. As a well-researched and lucid account of Habermas's thought, this book will appeal to readers wanting an introduction to the complexity of his ideas, as well as to those already conversant with them. It will also interest social and political theorists concerned with the general theoretical issues that it covers.
Category: Philosophy

Toward An Understanding Of Language

Author : Peter Howard Fries
ISBN : 9789027235343
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Charles C. Fries (1887-1967) was a major figure in American linguistics and language education during the first half of the 20th century. Theoretical innovation and practical implementation were important threads that ran throughout his work. Fries believed that the attempt to deal with practical problems was a vital part of developing linguistic theory. He spent most of his effort exploring grammar as a tool for communicating meaning. Charles C. Fries was quite influential in the development of linguistics in the United States, and yet in some ways remained outside of the mainstream of the linguistics he helped to develop. The contributors to this volume were asked to present and evaluate some aspect of Fries' work and to show how similar ideas are being used today.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Writing Lesson Level 5 Five Parts Of Speech In Sentences

Author : Richard Gentry, Ph.D.
ISBN : 9781480777712
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Incorporate writing instruction in your classroom as an essential element of literacy development while implementing best practices. Simplify the planning of writing instruction and become familiar with the Common Core State Standards of Writing.