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Lingua Angelica Song Book Christian Latin Reading Course

Lingua Angelica is an excellent Christian Latin reading and translation course. The CD contains 4 Latin prayers and 24 Latin hymns beautifully sung by a 6 voice a capella choir. The student book provides facing vocabulary, space for interlinear translation, and grammar word study exercises. In addition to well written instructions on how to use the course, the teacher manual contains a complete copy of the student book with answers to make the teacher's job easier. A song book is also available with the musical scores and short histories for each piece. All 4 Latin prayers and 12 Latin hymns are covered in Lingua Angelica I. Lingua Angelica introduces your students to translation in a systematic and "do-able" method. Christian Latin should always be the first step in learning to translate Latin literature because it has shorter, simpler sentences, and clearer word structure than classical authors. Just like you wouldn't study Calculus before you learn Algebra, you shouldn't approach Caesar, Cicero, or Virgil before you conquer Christian Latin.

The CD contains 4 Latin prayers and 24 Latin hymns beautifully sung by a 6 voice a capella choir. The student book provides facing vocabulary, space for interlinear translation, and grammar word study exercises.

How the Special Needs Brain Learns Facilitator's Guide

Use these powerful training tools to help teachers develop effective instructional strategies for students with learning disabilities! Based on David A. Sousa's bestseller, this facilitator's guide focuses on working with students with ADHD/ADD; speech, reading, writing, and math disabilities; emotional and behavioral disorders; autism; and Asperger syndrome. This complete chapter-by-chapter training resource is ideal for groups of any size. Highlights for the facilitator include: Activities for small or large groups Discussion and journaling prompts Supplemental reading linked to each chapter A workshop evaluation form

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the likelihood of academic success. • Teachers should help students with
learning disabilities decide which learning strategies to use in a particular
situation. Learning skills develop when students receive opportunities to discuss,
reflect upon, and practice cognitive and metacognitive strategies with classroom
materials and appropriate skills. • School-based interventions designed to boost
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International Journal of Development Research and Quantitative Techniques

Vol.3, No.1

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regression equation (4), the coefficients of main effects of the variables M, X1,
and X 2 are statistically significant, and the moderating effect coefficient of Mby X
1is significant as well.The main effect size of the independent variable X1 on the
dependent variable Y is –10.18 (SE = 1.5, p < .001), the main effect size of the
independent variable M on the dependent variable Yis –14.83(SE = 1.08,p < .001
), the ...