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The Teacher : A Cautionary Tale

By: Megan J. Wilson

This is a book about school violence on the surface and about love on a deeper level. It is written for an audience of mature adolescents and adults, particularly those who are involved in some way with Education. This is a painful and controversial view of teaching in modern America that combines poetry, Journaling, and reporting to reveal a plot that quickly builds to an explosive end....

Crack. Pop. Pop. Pop. Silence. The teacher looks up from her computer, a permanent scowl etched into the lines and creases of her skin. Faces staring back at her: confusion curiosity a little bit of unease, but no one is really scared yet. The room is too silent and someone laughs, a short stream of uncomfortable sound. “What was that?” a girl asks. The teacher shrugs ...

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Ke Ao Spela

By: J. S. Emerson

Ke ao spela; he palapala ia e ao akuaii na kamalii ka mahele pono ana o na hua-olelo, a me ka hai pololei ana o na hua.

No ka hemahema o na kamalii i ka mahele ana i na hua olelo ma ke kakau lima, nolaila ua hana ia keia palapala i mea e makaukau ai ma ia hana. Ua pono ke hai pakahi i na leo i ke spela ana i na huaolelo....

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Ka Wehewehehala (The Remission of Sins)

By: Mea Pai Palapala a Na Misionari

O ka Hulikanaka keia; ua hoololiia nae a he inoa hou kona i keia wa. Na Dibela i hooponopono kekahi mau mokuna: a no kona mai ana, aele pau ia ia Muke oia, na Liuiaikaika i hana i kahi i koe, alaila paiia. Ua oi aku ka maikai o keia paha mamua o kela Hulikunaka mamua. Eia kekahi huaolelo i hoololi hou ia e Dibela, Iunamanao; i kona manao lunuikehala ka pono. Aole nae pela ko?u, o hinaniunao no ka pono loa; no ka mea, ua paannau ia i ua kanaka, a ua maopopo ke ano. Aka, aole keia he meu nui, i ka heluhelu ana i keia buke, ehoomanao, ua like pu keia mau hua e lua, lunamanao, lunaikehala. E pono e kula nui ia na haumana a pau o Hawaii nei i keia buke; no ka mea, he mea ia e pau ai na hewa he nui wale. Ua hoomoakakaia ma keia buke na mea e pono ai ke hana?ku i ke Akua, a me na kanaka; na mea e pouo ai ka haua ana a me ka noho ana ma ka houua nei....

Heaha ke ano o keia huaolelo, kanawai? E imi e kakou i kona ano. Ma ka olelo a ko Hawaii nei, he olelo paa loa ia. Aole like ka olelo iloko o ke kanawai me kela olelo keia olelo a na?lii me na kanaka i olelo mai ai. No ka mea, aole i maopopo ka paa loa ana o ia mau olelo a pau. E hiki no ke lauwili wale a lilo i mea ole. Aka, ina i kapaia kekahi olelo he kanawai, eia ke ano, he mea paa loa. Aole anei pela, e ka poe akamai ma ka olelo Hawaii? Aka, mai kuhihewa kekahi, oia ke ano o ka huaolelo kanawai ma ka Wehewehehala. O ke kanawai ma ka Wehewehehala, aole he olelo, aka, he hooponopono ana, he hoonphonoho mau loa ana, he hoopili paa loa ana;–o ka hoopili paa loa ana no ia o kekahi hope i kona kumu; o ka hoopili paa loa ana o ka uku kupono i Heaha ke ano o ka huaolelo kanawai ma ka olelo pinepine ana a ko Hawaii nei? Heaha ke ano o ka huaolelo kanawai ma ka Wehewehehala?...

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How-To Tutorials: Download eBooks to Your Android Device

By: World eBook Library

This is a step by step presentation on how to download eBooks to your Android Device.

Hi, I’m Mia with the World eBook Library. Today we are going to learn how to download eBooks, from the World eBook Library, for viewing on your Android tablet or Android mobile device. To get started, you will need Your Android tablet or Android mobile device An internet connection or data service And an eLibrary card for the World eBook Library Let’s begin:...

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The Famous Amos Story, Part 1 of 2

By: Famous Amos, Co-Author

The rise of Wally Amos and his Famous Amos chocolate chip cookies. Part 1 of 2. Visit ReadItLoud.org for more books and videos.

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Wally Amos - Read it Loud! PSA

By: Wally Amos

A public service announcement for Wally Amos' Read It Loud! literacy initiative. Visit www.ReadItLoud.org to access fantastic reading material and more videos....

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Learn Japanese 2 (video game)

By: Retro Gamer

In this tutorial I will go over the Full & Half sounds in the Japanese language. I will also Show you the correct way to write using the stroke order to make it easier to memorize the alphabets. If you have any suggestion, please through them my way and I will try my best to improvise the next tutorials. Good luck to all of you....

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Wally Amos Introduces Read it LOUD!

By: Wally Amos

Wally Amos talks about Read It Loud!, his literacy initiative, while in Louisiana. Visit www.ReadItLoud.org to access fantastic reading material and more videos....

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Read it LOUD!, Vocabulary

By: Read it LOUD!

Reading aloud grows a child's vocabulary. Visit www.ReadItLoud.org to access fantastic reading material and more videos.

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The Famous Amos Story, Part 2 of 2

By: Wally Amos, Co-Author

The rise of Wally Amos and his Famous Amos chocolate chip cookies. Part 2 of 2. Visit www.ReadItLoud.org to access fantastic reading material and more videos....

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Read it LOUD!, Book Donation Initiative

By: Read it LOUD!, Compiler

Read It Loud! partners with Publix Supermarket in Savannah Georgia for a book donation drive. Visit www.ReadItLoud.org to access fantastic reading material and more videos....

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Bees : Honey that is Sold Never Spoils

By: Kamaha'o Kini-Lopes

Watch a quick fact about bees that you may never have known before.

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Knee high and still growing

By: M.K.Nocella

Mike Nocella ISU (1988) studied a year at NHL University in Leeuwarden (NL). He investigated student life and explored science teaching at high schools. Part 1 is called: Terra Incognita. This is the second and last part....

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Terra Incognita

By: M.K.Nocella

Mike Nocella (1988) studied a year at NHL University in Leeuwarden (NL). He investigated student life and explored science teaching at high schools. Part 2 is: Knee high and still growing....

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How to Make and Use Argument Maps : Avoid Endless Discussions

By: Edgar Hartel

Subject: How argument mapping can make discussions better (and shorter). Why different perceptions of reality can cause disagreement, and how diagrams can make people aware of this. Target audience: Everyone interested. No special knowledge required. Estimated reading time: 20-25 minutes. Should you prefer watching over reading, have a look at this video: http://youtu.be/_JuDJUx7drU Page layout: Allows easy reading without scrolling, even on very small screens. License: Free for non-commercial use, Creative Commons BY-NC-SA. Commercial use requires separate agreement. Technical information: Original PDF/A file size: 685 913 Byte MD5: 3abc45069b734d7d2a60b9331d55f33b (file integrity checksum) ...

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Sleight of Tongue Word Games

By: Bev Jaremko

A book on vocabulary.

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Zhaka

By: Kealaulaokamamo Leota

Na Kamalei—He Papahana Ho‘ona‘auao Kamali‘i ia no loko mai o kekahi hui ku i ka ‘auhau ‘ole no ka ‘oiwi Hawai‘i. Aia kekahi i loko o keia ‘ahahui he polokalamu ho‘ona‘auao makua/kamali‘i no ka lawelawe ‘ana i na ‘ohana o Ko‘olauloa ma ka mokupuni o O‘ahu. Me ke kokua kala ‘ana o ka Administration for Native Americans no ka pahana Na Kama o Ko‘olauLoa, ha‘awi keia ‘ahahui i na ‘ohana i mau lawelawe ‘ohana a me na ha‘awina ho‘ona‘auao ho‘i no ka ulu maika‘i ‘ana o ke keiki kupono ma kona mo‘omeheu a me ka pilina kanaka. ‘O ka haku ‘ana i na mo‘olelo no na ‘ohana i loa‘a na po‘e kamali‘i kekahi hana a makou. Ho‘olako ‘ia no ko makou mau ‘ohana me na mo‘olelo leo ma ko makou kaiaulu. No ia kumu, ho‘opuka ‘ia a‘ela na mo‘olelo kuhohonu no ko makou ‘ano he kanaka maoli—‘o wai kakou a mai hea mai kakou. I keia manawa, paipai aku na po‘e kupuna i ke kuka kama‘ilio ‘ana i na mo‘olelo no ka maika‘i o ka hanauna e hiki mai ana. A‘o pu ‘ia akula na mo‘olelo, ka ho‘ike honua, ka ‘olelo, na loina, a me ka mo‘omeheu i loko o keia mau puke no na po‘e kamali‘i pae makahiki 2-4. Nana nui ‘ia keia pu‘ulu puke ‘ewalu o Na Kama o Ko...

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Moe 'O Makali'I (Makali'I Sleeps)

By: Danielle Ululani Beirne Keawe

The project goal is to provide families with services and opportunities that foster culturally appropriate and healthy development of a balanced child. The oral legacy within our community strengthens our families and produces stories that bring meaning to our lives and that help identify who we are and where we are from. Our resource partners are Ko‘olauloa community organizations that support the advancement of Native Hawaiian children and their families through the creation of children’s books....

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Breathe Smart : The Secret to Happiness, Health and Long Life-2Nd Edition

By: Aaron Hoopes

Learning to breathe properly is the first step for everyone. Breathing is the basic fundamental aspect of our physical being. It is something we do all day everyday. It is vital that we have the skills to breathe effectively. Then we give the body the energy it needs to do what it is able to do. The 2nd Edition has over 20 new pages and two new chapters including one on Stress, Weight Loss and Breathing. (www.artofzenyoga.com)...

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101+ Easy Korean Phrases

By: Mrs. Ji Hye Hong

This ebook is for students who want to learn and improve their Korean language! The phrases written in this ebook are expressions in general conversation spoken by native speakers. Some phrases are indicated as ‘informal’ for you. As you know, it is common for Koreans to use honorific expression (* noted as ‘formal polite’ in this ebook), when the listener is older or of higher social status than the speaker. This 101+ Easy Korean Phrases ebook will be helpful for you when… * You don’t have time to learn Korean language. * You travel Korea. * You watch Korean TV shows. * You want to improve your Korean language. This book is intended for beginner to intermediate students. Advanced students will also find this ebook useful to study Korean language. Note that this book is not suitable for absolute beginning learners, who do not read Korean at all. If you want to learn and practice Korean language more, check out our blog at http://DinoPhia.com for more information. There are podcasts, articles, and video tools to help you improve your Korean! We hope you enjoy the book!...

Table of Contents Introduction How to Read Korean (hangul) 13 Ways to Introduce Yourself 12 Ways to Say Hello & Goodbye 8 Ways to Say Yes and No 9 Ways to Ask How Someone Is Doing 9 Ways to Answer How I Am Doing 14 Ways to Say Thank You 12 Ways to Say You’re Welcome (as a response to Thank You) 6 Ways to Say I’m Sorry 9 Ways to Say It’s Okay (as a response to I’m Sorry) 18 Ways to Say Excuse Me 18 Phrases for Shopping About DinoPhia Connect with DinoPhia...

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