The highly acclaimed Practice of English Language Teaching is the essential guide for teachers of English in a wide range of contexts. The fifth edition has been revised to reflect new developments in language teaching. It explains current pedagogy to teachers who want to access the most relevant ELT practices and incorporate them into their lessons.
Part of the ´´Case Review Series´´, this title provides 119 case histories, with over 300 corresponding images, questions, answers, commentary, references, and more, to enhance your imaging interpretation skills in obstetric and gynecologic ultrasound. It includes discussions that incorporate the knowledge from OB/GYN ultrasound literature.
From the lid to the optic nerve of both mechanical and nonmechanical trauma, this unique book, edited by a world-recognized authority in the field, covers all aspects of ophthalmic trauma. Coverage incorporates cutting-edge approaches, such as temporary keratosprosthesis, artificial iris diaphragm, and prophylactic retinectomy.
The Complete Guide series gives all the theory and practice sports people, coaches and fitness enthusiasts need to incorporate good technique and improve their training regime. Packed with exercises to enhance abdominal training, and written by an experienced physiotherapist.
A tale inspired by one of the record-breaking video game´s most notorious villains reveals his origins and dark purpose, in an epic adventure that incorporates elements from Blizzard´s expansion set, Wrath of the Lich King. By the author of Warcraft: Lord of the Clans. Reprint. A best-selling novel.
A History of Muslim Sicily is a study of the period of Muslim Arab rule on the island from A.D. 827 to the Norman conquest in A.D. 1070. It is first the detailed study in English covering the various aspects of this 243-year period. It incorporates new Arabic sources and draws upon archaeological studies that hitherto have not been used.
The influence of traditional motifs in Chinas visual identity continues to be a source of inspiration for todays designers who incorporate updated versions into their finished designs to reflect cultural continuity and an awareness of the past. Chinese Motifs in Contemporary Design collects numerous examples of these ancient decorative elements and combines them with modern examples of their use in branding, packaging, promotion, fashion and more. From face makeup for the Chinese Opera to paper cutting, New Year paintings and auspicious patterns, or animal and plant motifs, the variety is staggering with over 700 individual graphics. Includes interviews with a select few designers and design studios.
Advances in Accounting Behavioral Research publishes high-quality research encompassing all areas of accounting, including financial, auditing, taxation, managerial, and information systems, addressing a broad range of issues that affect the users, preparers, and assurers of accounting information. Further, this research incorporates theory from, and contributes knowledge and understanding to, applied psychology, sociology, management science, and behavioral economics.
Since its first publication in 1985, Modern Architecture Since 1900 has become established as a contemporary classic. Worldwide in scope, the book combines a clear historical outline with masterly analysis and interpretation. Throughout the book, the author´s focus is on the individual architect, and on the qualities that give outstanding buildings their lasting value. The third edition incorporates much new knowledge and a fresh appreciation of regional identity and variety. c.650 illustrations, 300 in color.
This concise introduction to social and cultural anthropology has become a modern classic, revealing the rich global variation in social life and culture. The text provides a clear overview of anthropology, focusing on central topics such as kinship, ethnicity, ritual and political systems, offering a wealth of examples that demonstrate the enormous scope of anthropology and the importance of a comparative perspective. Unlike other texts on the subject, Small Places, Large Issues incorporates the anthropology of complex modern societies. Using reviews of key monographs to illustrate his argument, Eriksen´s lucid and accessible text remains an established introductory text in anthropology. This new edition is updated throughout and increases the emphasis on the interdependence of human worlds. There is a new discussion of the new influence cultural studies and natural science on anthropology. Effortless bridging the perceived gap between ´´classic´´ and ´´contemporary´´ anthropology, Small Places, Large Issues is as essential to anthropology undergraduates as ever.