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LEGO Super Heroes: Spider-Man Mech (76146)
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Young superheroes can recreate Marvel action with this posable LEGO Super Heroes Marvel Spider-Man Mech (76146). The giant robot’s opening cockpit allows the Spider Man minifigure pilot to enter the mech. Movable arms and legs enable all-round mobility, and a huge villain-catching web extends from the right hand. A spider breastplate decorates the mech’s chest. For extra building fun, download the free LEGO Life interactive building app with cool zoom and rotate features to see this supersized Spider-Man toy for girls and boys 6 + year old who can build virtually and in reality. With collectible vehicles, mechs, buildings, minifigures, weapons and gadgets of LEGO Marvel Spider-Man universe, kids can recreate favourite movie scenes and devise imaginative stories of their own. The Spider-Man mech toy is over 5” (15cm) tall, 4 (11cm) wide and 2 (6cm) deep. Contains 152 Pieces. Features: The mech is an oversized version of Spider-Man, with 4 spider legs extending from his back and a large catching web coming from his hand Includes 1 minifigure, Spider-Man, that kids can place into the mech's opening cockpit, then position mech's arms and legs for action Once inside this gigantic mechanical spider-robot, Spider-Man can shoot massive webs! 4 large spider legs give the mech added spider style Kids can now swing through the city with Spider-Man and protect the world from evil villains with additional strength from the mech spider Using digital Instructions PLUS via the LEGO Life app, kids aged 6 + can zoom, rotate and visualise the set as they build for more fun The Spider-Man mech toy is over 5” (15cm) tall, 4 (11cm) wide and 2 (6cm) deep. Age: 6+ Number of Pieces: 152

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Stand: 29.03.2020
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Folktales on Stage
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'Folktales on Stage' is a collection of reader's theater scripts for young readers, adapted by award-winning children's author Aaron Shepard from his own folktale retellings. A wide variety of countries and cultures is represented, including Native America, Africa, the Middle East, Russia, Southeast Asia, and China. While focusing on ages 8 to 15, the collection features a full range of reading levels. The scripts in this collection are 'The Adventures of Mouse Deer' (Indonesia), 'The Calabash Kids' (Tanzania), 'The Hidden One' (Native America), 'The Boy Who Wanted the Willies' (Europe), 'The Princess Mouse' (Finland), 'The Legend of Slappy Hooper' (U.S.), 'The Gifts of Wali Dad' (India, Pakistan), 'The Baker's Dozen' (U.S.), 'Master Maid' (Norway), 'The Magic Brocade' (China), 'Forty Fortunes' (Iran), 'Master Man' (Nigeria), 'Savitri' (India), 'The Enchanted Storks' (Iraq), 'The Crystal Heart' (Vietnam), and 'The Sea King's Daughter' (Russia). ///////////////////////////////////////////////// Aaron Shepard is the author of many books, stories, and scripts for young people, as well as professional books and resources for writers and educators. He has also worked professionally in both storytelling and reader's theater, as a performer, director, and teacher trainer. Aaron's lively and meticulous retellings of folktales and other traditional literature have found homes with more than a dozen children's book publishers, large and small, and with the world's top children's literary magazines, winning him honors from the American Library Association, the New York Public Library, the Bank Street College of Education, the National Council for the Social Studies, and the American Folklore Society. His extensive Web site, visited by thousands of teachers and librarians each week, is known internationally as a prime resource for folktales, storytelling, and reader's theater, while his stories and scripts have been featured in textbooks from publishers worldwide, including Scholastic, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, SRA, The College Board, Pearson Education, National Geographic, Oxford University Press, Barron's, Hodder Education, and McGraw-Hill. ///////////////////////////////////////////////// 'Aaron Shepard is a national treasure. He has given thousands of us busy teachers and librarians a gold mine of ready-made plays our students clamor to perform over and over. Aaron's new collection never fails to delight and enthrall. While the experts argue about the 'right' way to teach reading, Aaron is in the middle of the action, inspiring our kids to read aloud with fluency, comprehension, expression, and best of all, joy.' -- Judy Freeman, Author, 'More Books Kids Will Sit Still For' 'Aaron Shepard has done it! Folktales on Stage is a complete package of easy-to-perform, dynamic reader's theater scripts. Pack your passport and take a trip around the world. You and your actors will have a world of fun.' -- Dr. Caroline Feller Bauer, Author, 'Presenting Reader's Theater' and 'New Handbook for Storytellers'

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 29.03.2020
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Because Internet
29,90 CHF *
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“McCulloch is such a disarming writer—lucid, friendly, unequivocally excited about her subject—that I began to marvel at the flexibility of the online language she describes, with its numerous shades of subtlety.” — The New York Times “McCulloch’s book is a good start in guiding readers to consider the wild language of the internet as a thing of wonder—a valuable feature, not a bug.” — The Wall Street Journal “[An] effervescent study of how the digital world is transfiguring English. . . . [McCulloch’s] almost political thesis—the more voices, the better—rebukes both the élitism of traditional grammar snobs and the cliquishness of, say, Tumblr. It’s a vision of language as one way to make room for one another.” — The New Yorker “Rather than obsessing about what the internet is doing to language, [ Because Internet] largely focuses on what can be learned about language from the internet. . . . McCulloch's book is about the birth of a new medium.” — The Economist “A well-researched retort to grumpy grammarians who think technology is turning kids into lazy, inarticulate drivelers.” — Time “Lively and wide-ranging” —NPR “A compelling narrative rich with examples from her own online activities, a healthy dose of humor, and plenty of cat memes… the breadth of topics covered—from conversation analysis to meme culture to the development of texting as we now know it—makes this book useful, engaging, and enjoyable.” — Science “Gretchen McCulloch is the internet’s favorite linguist, and this book is essential reading. Reading her work is like suddenly being able to see the matrix. She explains the hows and the whys of the ways we talk online with the deepest empathy, understanding, and compassion.” —Jonny Sun, author of everyone's a aliebn when ur a aliebn too “Sometimes it seems like the internet is a seething brew of ugliness and misery. So it's nice to remember that, as well as the lawless drudgery, there are complex human systems that, intentional or not, create something totally new. Internet linguist (damn!) Gretchen McCulloch explores the ever-changing language of online.” — Elle, “30 Best Books to Read this Summer” “McCulloch lays out the ways in which online lingo, from emojis to GIFs to acronyms like 'lol' and 'omg,' has become a vital part of modern communication. It's also an analog window into how the evolution of digital communication mirrors the shifts in word usage that have happened over generations.” — Wired, “Must-Read Books of Summer” “Part Linguistics 101, part social history of the internet, Because Internet revels in digital language deconstruction, exploring not just the evolving language of online informal…More importantly, she doesn’t just appreciate internet language, she celebrates it.” — The Ringer “Gretchen McCulloch's Because Internet is not your English teacher's grammar guide—not even close. Self-described internet linguist McCulloch traces how the web has changed the way we communicate—whether through emoji, lowercase letters. or cat memes—and makes a compelling, entertaining argument that this change is good for the English language as a whole.” — Real Simple “In prose at once scholarly and user-friendly, McCulloch unpacks the evolution of language in the digital age, providing a comprehensive survey of everything from the secret language of emojis to the appeal of animal memes.” — Esquire “We know lols, emojis and hashtags are altering our discourse. Linguist McCulloch counts—and revels in—the ways. Give it to your favorite stickler.” — People “English's great strength is its

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Windows XP Gigabook For Dummies
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What's a Gigabook? A collection of just about everything youneed to know on a topic, all in one convenient place! Windows XP Gigabook For Dummies takes the best from fiveother For Dummies books and squeezes out everything but themost important stuff. This single super-sized reference --more than 800 pages' worth -- gives you a go-to guide oneverything connected with Windows XP, PCs and peripherals, theInternet, Office 2003, and Money 2004. You might think of it as a'greatest hits' collection. Want to know how to set up, navigate, use, and maintain WindowsXP? It's all in Book I. Book II covers the care and feedingof PCs in general and takes you on a complete tour ofperipherals--those add-ons that make computing cool. Want toexplore the world via the World Wide Web? Check Book III. And ifyou finally have to do some work, check into Book IV, whereyou'll get the complete story on Office 2003 and Money 2004.You'll discover how to: * Customize Windows XP, set up user accounts, and sharefiles * Work with digital photos, Windows Media Player, and WindowsMovie Maker * Choose a printer, scanner, game hardware, and additionalstorage * Set up a wireless home network * Get online safely, protect your kids, create your own Webpages, and cruise for bargains on eBay * Use Word, Outlook, Excel, and PowerPoint * Manage your finances with Microsoft Money Windows XP Gigabook For Dummies is packed withinformation that's easy to find and even easier tounderstand. Keep it handy for reference--you'll begigapleased with how useful it is!

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 29.03.2020
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Technology Applications in Prevention
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Control health care costs with these cost-effective, technology-based prevention/intervention techniques!In 2001, Americans spent $1.4 trillion on health care services. By 2010, health care costs are forecasted to approach 20 of the United States' Gross National Product. Technology Applications in Prevention highlights much-needed technology-based prevention/intervention methods that can help contain health costs. Efficient and Effective Uses of Technology in Community Research provides the information that future prevention researchers and program evaluators will need to be effective in electronic data collection, management, and cost analysis. Community Building with Technology: The Development of Collaborative Community Technology Initiatives presents a case example showing how Web sites can function as regional clearinghouses of useful information and provide convenient forums where agency staff can update their prevention skills. Applying Web-Based Survey Design Standards addresses a question critical to professionals in e-data collection: How reliable is Web-based needs assessment and/or outcome data This chapter suggests standards that should be adhered to in Internet-based data collection. Assessing Quality Assurance of Self-Help Sites on the Internet and The Quality of Spanish Health Information Web Sites: An Emerging Disparity address the current lack of quality in the health and mental health information available on the World Wide Web. A Participatory Internet Initiative in an African-American Neighborhood explores health disparity concerns regarding the use of the Internet. This chapter discusses several ways to empower those who are on the dark side of the digital divideand shows how to ensure that Web-based material is culturally relevant and appropriate for those it is intended to help. Alcohol Abuse Prevention Among High-Risk Youth presents a case example of a life-skills based CD-ROM intervention designed to discourage kids from abusing alcohol. Constructing Better Futures Via Video looks at video-based futures planning, which combines self-modeling and feedforward to forecast a student's future capabilities. This technique helps teenagers find meaning in their current educational setting and prepare for adulthood. This chapter also explains how to train school-based personnel to encourage positive attitudes and support the life skills of their students via carefully planned and editedyet inexpensivevideo productions.Why is the information in this book so essential In 2000, approximately 20 of U.S. employers changed their health insurance plans as a cost savings strategy. American companies and their employees must new deal with new insurance plans that have reduced the breadth of their coverage and/or increased employee deductibles. The need for cost-effective preventive strategies is becoming increasingly more urgent as employers and insurance companies scramble to provide affordable health care coverage. New technologies have opened the door to better, more economical modes of preventive care. This book presents a vital cross-section of the current state of the art in the application of technology to prevention and intervention. Make it a part of your professional/teaching collection today!

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 29.03.2020
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Technology Applications in Prevention
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Control health care costs with these cost-effective, technology-based prevention/intervention techniques!In 2001, Americans spent $1.4 trillion on health care services. By 2010, health care costs are forecasted to approach 20 of the United States' Gross National Product. Technology Applications in Prevention highlights much-needed technology-based prevention/intervention methods that can help contain health costs. Efficient and Effective Uses of Technology in Community Research provides the information that future prevention researchers and program evaluators will need to be effective in electronic data collection, management, and cost analysis. Community Building with Technology: The Development of Collaborative Community Technology Initiatives presents a case example showing how Web sites can function as regional clearinghouses of useful information and provide convenient forums where agency staff can update their prevention skills. Applying Web-Based Survey Design Standards addresses a question critical to professionals in e-data collection: How reliable is Web-based needs assessment and/or outcome data This chapter suggests standards that should be adhered to in Internet-based data collection. Assessing Quality Assurance of Self-Help Sites on the Internet and The Quality of Spanish Health Information Web Sites: An Emerging Disparity address the current lack of quality in the health and mental health information available on the World Wide Web. A Participatory Internet Initiative in an African-American Neighborhood explores health disparity concerns regarding the use of the Internet. This chapter discusses several ways to empower those who are on the dark side of the digital divideand shows how to ensure that Web-based material is culturally relevant and appropriate for those it is intended to help. Alcohol Abuse Prevention Among High-Risk Youth presents a case example of a life-skills based CD-ROM intervention designed to discourage kids from abusing alcohol. Constructing Better Futures Via Video looks at video-based futures planning, which combines self-modeling and feedforward to forecast a student's future capabilities. This technique helps teenagers find meaning in their current educational setting and prepare for adulthood. This chapter also explains how to train school-based personnel to encourage positive attitudes and support the life skills of their students via carefully planned and editedyet inexpensivevideo productions.Why is the information in this book so essential In 2000, approximately 20 of U.S. employers changed their health insurance plans as a cost savings strategy. American companies and their employees must new deal with new insurance plans that have reduced the breadth of their coverage and/or increased employee deductibles. The need for cost-effective preventive strategies is becoming increasingly more urgent as employers and insurance companies scramble to provide affordable health care coverage. New technologies have opened the door to better, more economical modes of preventive care. This book presents a vital cross-section of the current state of the art in the application of technology to prevention and intervention. Make it a part of your professional/teaching collection today!

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 29.03.2020
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Like, Comment, Share: Life In the Age of Social...
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'The kids nowadays have no idea at all. For them everything is easy, perhaps too easy... you don¿t know the meaning of a word? Just go to Google and type that word and definition. You don¿t know where is that country? Just go to Wikipedia. You want the possibility of hearing millions of songs for free? Just download one of these programs and enjoy it. There was a pre-Internet world and another after the advent of the World Wide Web.' Like, Comment Share: Life in the age of Social Media is a thrilling voyage into the heart of modern day existence, with all its gadgets, live streaming, always on broadband, wi-fi and a myriad of social media networks dictating trends and opinions. In this fascinating story the reader embarks on a journey through friendship and love in today¿s fast-paced social media age.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Because Internet
19,99 € *
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“McCulloch is such a disarming writer—lucid, friendly, unequivocally excited about her subject—that I began to marvel at the flexibility of the online language she describes, with its numerous shades of subtlety.” — The New York Times “McCulloch’s book is a good start in guiding readers to consider the wild language of the internet as a thing of wonder—a valuable feature, not a bug.” — The Wall Street Journal “[An] effervescent study of how the digital world is transfiguring English. . . . [McCulloch’s] almost political thesis—the more voices, the better—rebukes both the élitism of traditional grammar snobs and the cliquishness of, say, Tumblr. It’s a vision of language as one way to make room for one another.” — The New Yorker “Rather than obsessing about what the internet is doing to language, [ Because Internet] largely focuses on what can be learned about language from the internet. . . . McCulloch's book is about the birth of a new medium.” — The Economist “A well-researched retort to grumpy grammarians who think technology is turning kids into lazy, inarticulate drivelers.” — Time “Lively and wide-ranging” —NPR “A compelling narrative rich with examples from her own online activities, a healthy dose of humor, and plenty of cat memes… the breadth of topics covered—from conversation analysis to meme culture to the development of texting as we now know it—makes this book useful, engaging, and enjoyable.” — Science “Gretchen McCulloch is the internet’s favorite linguist, and this book is essential reading. Reading her work is like suddenly being able to see the matrix. She explains the hows and the whys of the ways we talk online with the deepest empathy, understanding, and compassion.” —Jonny Sun, author of everyone's a aliebn when ur a aliebn too “Sometimes it seems like the internet is a seething brew of ugliness and misery. So it's nice to remember that, as well as the lawless drudgery, there are complex human systems that, intentional or not, create something totally new. Internet linguist (damn!) Gretchen McCulloch explores the ever-changing language of online.” — Elle, “30 Best Books to Read this Summer” “McCulloch lays out the ways in which online lingo, from emojis to GIFs to acronyms like 'lol' and 'omg,' has become a vital part of modern communication. It's also an analog window into how the evolution of digital communication mirrors the shifts in word usage that have happened over generations.” — Wired, “Must-Read Books of Summer” “Part Linguistics 101, part social history of the internet, Because Internet revels in digital language deconstruction, exploring not just the evolving language of online informal…More importantly, she doesn’t just appreciate internet language, she celebrates it.” — The Ringer “Gretchen McCulloch's Because Internet is not your English teacher's grammar guide—not even close. Self-described internet linguist McCulloch traces how the web has changed the way we communicate—whether through emoji, lowercase letters. or cat memes—and makes a compelling, entertaining argument that this change is good for the English language as a whole.” — Real Simple “In prose at once scholarly and user-friendly, McCulloch unpacks the evolution of language in the digital age, providing a comprehensive survey of everything from the secret language of emojis to the appeal of animal memes.” — Esquire “We know lols, emojis and hashtags are altering our discourse. Linguist McCulloch counts—and revels in—the ways. Give it to your favorite stickler.” — People “English's great strength is its

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Because Internet
19,99 € *
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“McCulloch is such a disarming writer—lucid, friendly, unequivocally excited about her subject—that I began to marvel at the flexibility of the online language she describes, with its numerous shades of subtlety.” — The New York Times “McCulloch’s book is a good start in guiding readers to consider the wild language of the internet as a thing of wonder—a valuable feature, not a bug.” — The Wall Street Journal “[An] effervescent study of how the digital world is transfiguring English. . . . [McCulloch’s] almost political thesis—the more voices, the better—rebukes both the élitism of traditional grammar snobs and the cliquishness of, say, Tumblr. It’s a vision of language as one way to make room for one another.” — The New Yorker “Rather than obsessing about what the internet is doing to language, [ Because Internet] largely focuses on what can be learned about language from the internet. . . . McCulloch's book is about the birth of a new medium.” — The Economist “A well-researched retort to grumpy grammarians who think technology is turning kids into lazy, inarticulate drivelers.” — Time “Lively and wide-ranging” —NPR “A compelling narrative rich with examples from her own online activities, a healthy dose of humor, and plenty of cat memes… the breadth of topics covered—from conversation analysis to meme culture to the development of texting as we now know it—makes this book useful, engaging, and enjoyable.” — Science “Gretchen McCulloch is the internet’s favorite linguist, and this book is essential reading. Reading her work is like suddenly being able to see the matrix. She explains the hows and the whys of the ways we talk online with the deepest empathy, understanding, and compassion.” —Jonny Sun, author of everyone's a aliebn when ur a aliebn too “Sometimes it seems like the internet is a seething brew of ugliness and misery. So it's nice to remember that, as well as the lawless drudgery, there are complex human systems that, intentional or not, create something totally new. Internet linguist (damn!) Gretchen McCulloch explores the ever-changing language of online.” — Elle, “30 Best Books to Read this Summer” “McCulloch lays out the ways in which online lingo, from emojis to GIFs to acronyms like 'lol' and 'omg,' has become a vital part of modern communication. It's also an analog window into how the evolution of digital communication mirrors the shifts in word usage that have happened over generations.” — Wired, “Must-Read Books of Summer” “Part Linguistics 101, part social history of the internet, Because Internet revels in digital language deconstruction, exploring not just the evolving language of online informal…More importantly, she doesn’t just appreciate internet language, she celebrates it.” — The Ringer “Gretchen McCulloch's Because Internet is not your English teacher's grammar guide—not even close. Self-described internet linguist McCulloch traces how the web has changed the way we communicate—whether through emoji, lowercase letters. or cat memes—and makes a compelling, entertaining argument that this change is good for the English language as a whole.” — Real Simple “In prose at once scholarly and user-friendly, McCulloch unpacks the evolution of language in the digital age, providing a comprehensive survey of everything from the secret language of emojis to the appeal of animal memes.” — Esquire “We know lols, emojis and hashtags are altering our discourse. Linguist McCulloch counts—and revels in—the ways. Give it to your favorite stickler.” — People “English's great strength is its

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