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With an introduction by John Burnside Shortlisted for the 1983 Booker prize, winner of the Guardian Fiction Prize. Children, only animals live entirely in the Here and Now. Only nature knows neither memory nor history. But man - let me offer you a definition - is the story-telling animal. Tom Crick is a passionate teacher, but before he is forced into retirement by scandal, he has one last history lesson to deliver: his own. Spanning more than 200 years in the lives of its haunted narrator and his ancestors, Waterland is a visionary tale of England's mysterious Fen country. Taking in eels and incest, ale-making and madness, the discovery of a body and a tragic family romance, this is an extraordinary novel about the heartless sweep of history and man's changing place within it. In the years since its first publication in 1983, Graham Swift's Waterland has established itself as a much-loved classic of twentieth-century British literature. It was shortlisted for the Booker prize, won the Guardian Fiction Prize and has been adapted into a film starring Jeremy Irons and Ethan Hawke.
Discover the lessons from Walt Disney that can transform your business and your life! He was a visionary, a legend, and a folk hero of the 20th century who revolutionized the entertainment industry in a way that that nobody thought possible. He transformed animation into an art form and built a synergistic empire which combined television, music and theme parks. He was Walt Disney. Walt Disney is an iconic figure in today's world. He is an inspiration for the young, and a lesson for the old. He has achieved those creative heights in the business of entertainment that only a few have been able to achieve in their lives. His story of life is worth learning from. This is a book that promises to tell the story of Walt Disney from a new perspective: the lessons that he learned throughout his life. This book is designed to firstly guide you through the Walt Disney's life-changing situations and expose you to the highs and lows he encountered. Secondly it is meant to provide a deeper understanding of Disney's frame of mind and behavior that helped him to become a legend. So are you ready to learn from Walt Disney? Are you interested in learning about creative life and creative entrepreneurship? And most importantly, are you ready to learn about life? All this and more in this fascinating book. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Scott Clem. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/049927/bk_acx0_049927_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Summary of The Death of Cancer by Vincent DeVita and Elizabeth DeVita-Raeburn | Includes Analysis Preview: The Death of Cancer is a comprehensive look at the trajectory of cancer treatment in America over the last 50 years, as told through the lens of Vincent DeVita's personal experience as a pioneering oncologist. DeVita began his career at the National Cancer Institute (NCI) in 1963, at a time when cancer was considered a death sentence. In the 1960s, standard treatments for the disease were radiation and surgery, but DeVita was introduced to chemotherapy, thanks to his driven, visionary supervisors, who had accumulated evidence that combined drugs were effective, although this was controversial practice at the time. As he saw that chemotherapy held great promise, DeVita learned a life lesson: to give patients their best shot at survival, one had to be diligent and often buck conventional medical standards. Driven by his early experiences, DeVita has spent his entire career fighting to put the patient first.... Please note: This is summary and analysis of the book and NOT the original book. Inside this Instaread Summary of The Death of Cancer: Summary of the book Important people Character analysis Analysis of the themes and author's style About the author: With Instaread, you can get the key takeaways, summary, and analysis of a book in 15 minutes. We read every chapter, identify the key takeaways, and analyze them for your convenience. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Michael Pauley. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/054961/bk_acx0_054961_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Who is Henry Galt? Here is a treasure in the history of the procapitalist novel, the story of an upstart Wall Street speculator financier, Henry Galt. He is a shadowy figure who stays out of the limelight as much as possible until he unleashes a plan that has been years in the making: he uses his extraordinary entrepreneurial talent to acquire control of a failing railroad. Through outstanding management sense, good pricing, excellent service, and overall business savvy, he outcompetes all the big names in the business, while making a fortune in the process. Garrett has a way of illustrating just what it takes to be a businessman of this sort, and how Galt's mind alone becomes the source of a fantastic revenue stream. But his successes breed trouble. The government conspires with envious competitors to regulate him using the Sherman Antitrust Act, calling him a monopolist who is exploiting the public. This book tells the dramatic story of his success and his fight. This book was writtten in 1922, and people in the know might detect some similarity here with Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged. She might have read it or it might be a coincidence. In any case, the novel is brilliant and thrilling; one that provides an excellent lesson in how entrepreneurship works. "The author, Garet Garrett (1878-1954), had the ability to make economic, financial, and management processes come alive in novel form," writes Edward Younkins. "Not only is The Driver a novel of high finance and Wall Street methods, it also paints a portrait of an efficacious and visionary man who uses reason to focus his enthusiasm on reality in his efforts to attain his goals." 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jeff Riggenbach. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/ludw/000002/bk_ludw_000002_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Bangladeshi villagers sharing cell phones helped build what is now a thriving company with more than $200 million in annual profits. But what is the lesson for the rest of the world? This is a question author Nicholas P. Sullivan addresses in his tale of a new kind of entrepreneur, Iqbal Quadir, the visionary and catalyst behind the creation of GrameenPhone in Bangladesh. GrameenPhone--a partnership between Norway's Telenor and Grameen Bank, co-winner of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize--defines a new approach to building business opportunities in the developing world. You Can Hear Me Now offers a compelling account of what Sullivan calls the 'external combustion engine'--a combination of forces that is sparking economic growth and lifting people out of poverty in countries long dominated by aid-dependent governments. The 'engine' comprises three forces: information technology, imported by native entrepreneurs trained in the West, backed by foreign investors.
Is there a way to encourage the kind of 'aha!' perceptions that leave us feeling enlightened and empowered? Are there methods for facilitating the flashes of understanding that make us holler 'eureka!' or smile with quiet contentment? Though insights may feel like they come out of the blue, Stumpf and DeLuca make us aware of the process behind the flash so that we can stimulate our capacity for learning and growth. Beginning with the premise that each of us knows more than we think we do, Stumpf and DeLuca provide a reflective process that integrates all of our conscious and unconscious resources. They share their insights, grounded in common daily work-life situations, to prompt readers' own perceptions into everything from getting along with coworkers to being a visionary leader, understanding the meaning of service in a job, coping with technological change, and remaining competitive in the global economy. Organized to mirror the insight-to-learning process, each chapter of Learning to Use What You Already Know starts with an insight, provides an example for reflection, summarizes the context with a lesson statement, and concludes with questions to stimulate the readers' thoughts. Examples and anecdotes from the authors' lives show how they arrived at an insight and, since new concepts do not always emerge in words, key ideas are whimsically illustrated. With humor, and, well, insight, Stumpf and DeLuca show readers how to become their own source of lifelong learning. The tools in Learning to Use What You Already Know help readers turn what they've learned in order to survive into the creative understanding that will help them thrive personally and professionally.
The Embody Learning Student Engagement Guide introduces teachers to the Embody Learning method of teaching that equips teachers to actively engage every learner in total commitment learning. Developed by visionary teachers taking bold steps to create active learning experiences in their classrooms, Embody Learning consists of techniques, methods, and tools teachers use in lessons many times each day. In ninety colorful pages, the guide introduces teachers to the Embody Learning teaching model, surveys the research-based theory behind the practice, speaks to making every lesson relevant to students' interests and styles of learning, presents four essential skills that drive the model and lead to teacher success, overviews how the model fits any lesson planning process, and offers guides for designing an Embody Learning environment in every classroom. The guide is part of a larger Embody Learning teacher resource package available at embodylearning.com
Includes CD-Rom 'Intriguing and timely...I whole heartedly recommend this text to teacher educators and their trainees, certainly across English and the Arts, but arguably to all engaged in considering critical pedagogy across the curriculum' - ESCalate `This is a very timely book, firmly rooted in authentic, albeit visionary, classroom practice, that has much to offer to teachers of all subjects, but should be particularly welcomed by English and media colleagues' - English Drama Media `Heaving with ideas...outstanding lesson ideas and inspiring work from students' - The Secondary English Magazine `I really enjoyed working my way through this book...The book is accompanied by a DVD organised into chapters which correspond to those in the book, and it was great to see the ideas and schemes referred to in the text come alive. The schemes have been included which makes it even easier to adapt the work to fit the technology and resources available in your own school..All teachers of media would benefit from browsing this book' - Learning & Teaching Update This book is for secondary English, Media, and ICT teachers who want to develop practical media work and media literacy across the curriculum. It is ideal for secondary English and media teachers and curriculum leaders in secondary schools, as well as ICT teachers and co-ordinators, PCGE English/Media students, and researchers working on media, English and ICT projects. A range of case studies are presented which show how digital media work, from video editing to computer game authoring, can be developed in schools, drawing on children's own cultural knowledge. It also shows the benefits of such projects in terms of learning outcomes and increased self-esteem for a range of learners. The book comes with a CD-Rom of children's work from the various case study projects, exhibiting the high standard of moving image work, animations and computer games that can be produced with the help of this text. With an integrated approach drawing together practice, theory and research, the book will help teachers to plan for and develop their own media projects in school. It offers advice on integrating media work across the curriculum (in English and media classes as well as in ICT and citizenship), and presents a model of progression which shows how learning can develop from the first years of secondary school through to GCSE level. In line with current government initiatives to open up curriculum boundaries, the book shows how to plan for longer periods of time for these projects.
Bangladeshi villagers sharing cell phones helped build what is nowa thriving company with more than $200 million in annual profits.But what is the lesson for the rest of the world? This is aquestion author Nicholas P. Sullivan addresses in his tale of a newkind of entrepreneur, Iqbal Quadir, the visionary and catalystbehind the creation of GrameenPhone in Bangladesh. GrameenPhone--a partnership between Norway's Telenor andGrameen Bank, co-winner of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize--definesa new approach to building business opportunities in the developingworld. You Can Hear Me Now offers a compelling account ofwhat Sullivan calls the 'external combustion engine'--acombination of forces that is sparking economic growth and liftingpeople out of poverty in countries long dominated by aid-dependentgovernments. The 'engine' comprises three forces: informationtechnology, imported by native entrepreneurs trained inthe West, backed by foreign investors.