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Author by : Mia Tyler Languange Used : en Release Date : 2008-08-26 Publisher by : Simon and Schuster ISBN : 9781416558606 File Size : 53,6 Mb Total Download : 734
In this raw, inspirational memoir, Tyler--world-renowned plus-size model and daughter of Aerosmith's Steven Tyler--shares her hell-and-back journey from the depths of depression and addiction to triumphant self-discovery. 8-page b&w photo insert.
Author by : Linda Nilson Languange Used : en Release Date : 2013-10-01 Publisher by : Stylus Publishing, LLC ISBN : 9781579228699 File Size : 43,8 Mb Total Download : 766
Most of our students neither know how learning works nor what they have to do to ensure it, to the detriment both of their studies and their development as lifelong learners. The point of departure for this book is the literature on self-regulated learning that tells us that deep, lasting, independent learning requires learners to bring into play a range of cognitive skills, affective attitudes, and even physical activities – about which most students are wholly unaware; and that self-regulation, which has little to do with measured intelligence, can be developed by just about anyone and is
Author by : India R. Miles Languange Used : en Release Date : 2015 Publisher by : ISBN : OCLC:930283176 File Size : 47,6 Mb Total Download : 917
The talking book trope, begun in the era of and with the authors of slave narratives, firmly establishes a literary tradition for black writers that continues today. Contemporary authors employ this rhetorical device in order to prove the humanity of those of African descent, express a lack of familiarity with the dominant power structure that seeks to disenfranchise the Other, and to illustrate one method of entry into a hegemonic social structure. Toni Morrison's Sula and Alice Walker's The Color Purple fit into this trope, with varying degrees of success. In both texts, the relational mode