Common Sense For Young Minds
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📒Common Sense For Young Minds ✍ M. M. Wilson
✏Common Sense for Young Minds Book Summary : Raising children today is challenging for parents. But it is also equally demanding to be a child growing up in today's society. Today's children are constantly bombarded with information overload and they are always asking a lot of questions. As young children are always looking up to someone to answer questions, honestly and respectfully, Common Sense for Young Minds: The Tween Companion Book, Series I is not a pretence book, but answers questions honestly inside the pages of the book. Common Sense for Young Minds offers an open mind, for children to seek out and ask questions, without the fear of being taken advantage of by someone for self-interest, or taking advantage of the vulnerability of a child's point of view. Many children in this book are your own ages, and they share the same values, speak the same language and ask the same questions. This book will give you the best possible answers to the questions and concerns children may have, including family and their health. Enjoy these short, seventeen easy-to-read stories about children and families from the following countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bolivia, Canada, China, Egypt, England, Germany, Greece, India, Iraq, Jamaica, Malawi, Russia Federation, South Africa, West Africa and the United States. These stories will make both adults and children smile, and children will feel a part of this book for a lifetime.
📒Critical Thinking In Young Minds ✍ Victor Quinn
✏Critical Thinking in Young Minds Book Summary : How do you protect young minds from the everyday bombardment of "tabloid culture" – the malign cultural influences which are so prevalent in today’s society? Originally published in 1997, stimulating and actively developing children’s philosophical and critical thinking is one answer and an area in which Victor Quinn had enjoyed extraordinary success. Here he conveys to teachers, through successful lesson plans, some of the ideas and techniques that lie behind his achievements, helping them to succeed in this vital area of education. for teachers of early years, primary and early secondary school pupils.
📒Common Sense And A Little Fire ✍ Annelise Orleck
✏Common Sense and a Little Fire Book Summary : Common Sense and a Little Fire traces the personal and public lives of four immigrant women activists who left a lasting imprint on American politics. Though they have rarely had more than cameo appearances in previous histories, Rose Schneiderman, Fannia Cohn, Clara Lemlich Shavelson, and Pauline Newman played important roles in the emergence of organized labor, the New Deal welfare state, adult education, and the modern women's movement. Orleck takes her four subjects from turbulent, turn-of-the-century Eastern Europe to the radical ferment of New York's Lower East Side and the gaslit tenements where young workers studied together. Drawing from the women's writings and speeches, she paints a compelling picture of housewives' food and rent protests, of grim conditions in the garment shops, of factory-floor friendships that laid the basis for a mass uprising of young women garment workers, and of the impassioned rallies working women organized for suffrage. From that era of rebellion, Orleck charts the rise of a distinctly working-class feminism that fueled poor women's activism and shaped government labor, tenant, and consumer policies through the early 1950s.
📒Common Sense And A Little Fire Second Edition ✍ Annelise Orleck
✏Common Sense and a Little Fire Second Edition Book Summary : Over twenty years after its initial publication, Annelise Orleck's Common Sense and a Little Fire continues to resonate with its harrowing story of activism, labor, and women's history. Orleck traces the personal and public lives of four immigrant women activists who left a lasting imprint on American politics. Though they have rarely made more than cameo appearances in previous histories, Rose Schneiderman, Fannia Cohn, Clara Lemlich Shavelson, and Pauline Newman played important roles in the emergence of organized labor, the New Deal welfare state, adult education, and the modern women's movement. Orleck takes her four subjects from turbulent, turn-of-the-century Eastern Europe to the radical ferment of New York's Lower East Side and the gaslit tenements where young workers studied together. Orleck paints a compelling picture of housewives' food and rent protests, of grim conditions in the garment shops, of factory-floor friendships that laid the basis for a mass uprising of young women garment workers, and of the impassioned rallies working women organized for suffrage. Featuring a new preface by the author, this new edition reasserts itself as a pivotal text in twentieth-century labor history.
📒Common Sense ✍ Paula Sole
✏Common Sense Book Summary : Most people, given the chance, just want to be happy and healthy, but getting there can be more than half the battle. Most people, given the choice, would want a friend to give them honest, reasonable, commonsense advice on how to be happier and healthier, but not everyone has a friend like that. Until now! Paula Sole is a forty-five-year-old housewife—domestic engineer, lover, artist, homemaker, chef, physician, and more—who wants to share just that sort of advice. Her book is filled with her down-to-earth, real-life advice on the things that matter to her: • Discovering the Fountain of Youth is possible—by following her simple “lifestyle theory.” • Saving money and time is possible—by learning the truth about expensive gym memberships and fad diets. • Raising wonderful, respectful children is possible—by following a few simple guidelines for shaping young lives. • Staying healthy is possible—by following these tips to keep your cholesterol and blood pressure low, your bones strong, and your body and spirit young. • Keeping a clean home is possible—by following these tips, you can eliminate the need for spring cleaning each year. • Staying beautiful at any age is possible—by learning how to care for your skin and use makeup to your advantage. • Cooking fun, delicious, and healthy food is possible—by using these simple recipes and tips in the kitchen. These tips and more await you in Common Sense.
📒Common Sense Theology ✍ D. Howland Hamilton
✏Common Sense Theology Book Summary :
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📒Worlds Of Common Sense ✍ Pauline Nichols Pepinsky
✏Worlds of Common Sense Book Summary : Comparing Norway and the United States, this book examines the construction and maintenance of alternative worlds of common sense.
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📒A Life Full Of Meaning ✍ R. W. J. Keeble
✏A Life Full of Meaning Book Summary : A Life Full of Meaning: Some Suggestions and Some Material for the Future Training of Youth Leaders is an attempt at comprehensive thinking about the training of youth leaders. There are two key words, "training" and "leaders", and both are capable of several meanings. For many, "training" implies the learning of routines of universal application, short cuts, techniques, and drill. But techniques, though often important, are never enough in human situations; here, personal quality counts supremely and. The author emphasizes the continued personal growth of the leader and encourages thoughtful attitudes and sensitive understanding. Equally, "leadership" is not something unitary and constant. The book interprets in contemporary terms what is meant by training and leadership for youth workers, what is involved in terms of experience, skill, study, and reflection. This book will prove to be a valuable stimulus and guide to all who have at heart the interests of the Youth Service.