Reinventing my classroom: making historical thinking reality -- Introducing historical thinking: Nat Turner's Rebellion of 1831 -- Text, subtext, and context: evaluating evidence and exploring President Theodore Roosevelt and the Panama Canal -- Using the Rail Strike of 1877 to teach chronological thinking and causality -- "Revolution in the air": Using the Bonus March of 1932 to teach multiple perspectives -- Continuity and change over time: Custer's last stand or the Battle of the greasy grass? -- Long or short?: using the civil rights movement to teach historical significance -- Trying on the shoes of historical actors: using the Truman-MacArthur Debate to teach historical empathy -- How am I supposed to do this every day?: historical investigations versus sleep -- Overcoming the barrier to change.
Reinventing my classroom: making historical thinking reality -- Introducing historical thinking: Nat Turner's Rebellion of 1831 -- Text, subtext, and context: evaluating evidence and exploring President Theodore Roosevelt and the Panama ...
Author: Bruce A. Lesh
Category: Electronic books
The Trial of Lizzie Andrew Borden is the complete trial transcript of the legal proceedings held in New Bedford, Massachusetts, at the Superior Court, June 5 - 20, 1893. It is a faithful transcription of the official stenographic record of the case. Complete and in three volumes.
Q. And do you remember this question and answer put by me, page 467: “You didn't know but what it was in the ice house over there where they were dumping ice? ... Q. A. Didn't you just tell me you remembered that question and answer?
Author: Stefani Koorey
Category: Trials (Murder)
All the writings of Plato generally considered to be authentic are here presented in the only complete one-volume Plato available in English. The editors set out to choose the contents of this collected edition from the work of the best British and American translators of the last 100 years, ranging from Jowett (1871) to scholars of the present day. The volume contains prefatory notes to each dialogue, by Edith Hamilton; an introductory essay on Plato's philosophy and writings, by Huntington Cairns; and a comprehensive index which seeks, by means of cross references, to assist the reader with the philosophical vocabulary of the different translators.
Just tell me, what else is the sense of the phrase, 'I don't know what to do with what is said ... Just answer me. ' ' ' , . ... Before you answer me? I said. Won't you answer? he said. Is that fair? Quite fair, he said. * * * * .
Publisher: Princeton University Press
I have a great deal to say this time ; three or four questions to answer , one to ask and a lots of news . ... When you write again just tell us a little about the growth of the sponge , won't you ? Your answer is good as far as it goes ...
Nonprofit leadership is messy Nonprofits leaders are optimistic by nature. They believe with time, energy, smarts, strategy and sheer will, they can change the world. But as staff or board leader, you know nonprofits present unique challenges. Too many cooks, not enough money, an abundance of passion. It’s enough to make you feel overwhelmed and alone. The people you help need you to be successful. But there are so many obstacles: a micromanaging board that doesn’t understand its true role; insufficient fundraising and donors who make unreasonable demands; unclear and inconsistent messaging and marketing; a leader who’s a star in her sector but a difficult boss… And yet, many nonprofits do thrive. Joan Garry’s Guide to Nonprofit Leadership will show you how to do just that. Funny, honest, intensely actionable, and based on her decades of experience, this is the book Joan Garry wishes she had when she led GLAAD out of a financial crisis in 1997. Joan will teach you how to: Build a powerhouse board Create an impressive and sustainable fundraising program Become seen as a ‘workplace of choice’ Be a compelling public face of your nonprofit This book will renew your passion for your mission and organization, and help you make a bigger difference in the world.
If you ask for a point of view, what is the expectation the employee should have about what will happen to that point of view? ... X was not the correct answer. ... Just tell me that we are doing Z—won't it just save a boatload of time?
Author: Joan Garry
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
Well those are not American fences , " said the doctor , " so I suppose I am safe enough . Whom did I see you out ... Hum - well , I won't tell you - so there's the answer . Now will you answer ... Now just tell me , -am I captivating ?
Author: Susan Bogert Warner
As young boy of eight years old raised in an abusive home where there was no love naturally, I was in search of something else. I had heard in church how God was all about love and that He could help me if I would be saved. Sounded good to me! Therefore, I came to God, SO I THOUGHT, I had the wrong idea of God and how He was going to work in my life. As time went on things seemed to start getting worse instead of better there was more abuse and I started spending time in the street instead of home. At the age of fifteen, I was an alcoholic and a chain smoker I had already tried to commit suicide once by this time and by the time I was seventeen I was a full-fledged junkie. I hated God for abandoning me, I thought to myself if this is how it is with God then I am better off without Him, and lived my life accordingly. Later on in my life, I would become a member of a satanic occult and again try to commit suicide. Constantly trying to end my life because I felt I was no good to myself, anyone else and especially God but it just seemed like the more I tried the less I would succeed. God kept interfering, He just would not let me die, I did not know why, and I asked Him God why won't you just let me die? Moreover, that question would change my life forever. I thought it was because He was trying to get back at me but on the contrary, He was going to use me to help those like me. There are those who think that their life is just too far-gone and that they are just "too bad" to be used by God. This simply is not true no matter how young, old, or bad you think you are it is never too late for God. I hope to show you this through this testimony that there is still hope and that it is not about whom we are but who Jesus is. It is not about what we have done but it is about what Jesus has done. Honestly, we will never be good enough but because what Jesus has done, we have been made good enough through Him. Nevertheless, like me as a young person, there are those who have the wrong idea of God and His grace because of lack of knowledge and going off other peoples' relationships with God. It is not until we have a true understanding of God and the character of God and actually start applying His principles and precepts does it start to make a difference in our lives.
He said let me ask a couple questions first, see he really did not need me to answer the questions he already knew what ... I see he says. Then I said hey wait a minute! This is God telling me to go to the streets and minister to the ...
Author: Ken Bray
Publisher: Ken Bray
I refuse to answer on the ground that any answer I may give may tend to incriminate me . I am just telling you I was in business . That is all . Mr. Nixon . You won't say what business ? Mr. ROSEN . Yes ; installment business .
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Un-American Activities
Don't you feel like following me Anywhere ? Can you just catch a twinkle of a provoking pair of boots ? Can you ? O ! fie ! ... Her tone is softer , more touching , more beseechingly tender , as she continues , " Why won't you tell me ?
Category: English wit and humor
BUNTER'S Eye winks in reply , as much as to say , Do you think this ' ere's the fust time as I've been out fresh - water ... Her tone is softer , more touching , more beseechingly tender , as she continues , " Why won't you tell me ?
Author: Mark Lemon
Category: Caricatures and cartoons