Teaching Our Story:Narrative Leadership and Pastoral Formation Larry A. Golemon
Teaching and Learning Second Language Listening:Metacognition in Action Larry Vandergrift/ Christine C. M. Goh
Self-Driven Learning:Teaching Strategies for Student Motivation Larry Ferlazzo
The ESL / ELL Teacher´s Survival Guide:Ready-to-Use Strategies Tools and Activities for Teaching English Language Learners of All Levels Larry Ferlazzo/ Katie Hull Sypnieski
With eloquent simplicity, one of the world´s last Native American medicine men demonstrates how traditional tribal wisdom can help us maintain spiritual and physical health in today´s world. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Larry Winters. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/tant/015688/bk_tant_015688_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
According to Larry Teal, the best method of learning to play the saxophone is to study with a competent teacher. Teal´s studies were mostly of instruments other than the saxophone, but as a student at a Chautauqua summer session, he came under the influence of Georges Barrère, the eminent French flutist. He played bass clarinet with the Detroit Symphony, but he continued to be absorbed by the saxophone. As a result of his acquired expertise and growing reputation, he was appointed to a full-time faculty position as a saxophone teacher by the University of Michigan -- the first ever to receive such an appointment from a major university. During his 21-year tenure, he attracted students from all over, thus exerting an ever widening influence on saxophone teaching and performing.
´´I call this book The Intent to Live because great actors don´t seem to be acting, they seem to be actually living.? -Larry Moss, from the Introduction When Oscar-winning actors Helen Hunt and Hilary Swank accepted their Academy Awards, each credited Larry Moss´s guidance as key to their career-making performances. There is a two-year waiting list for his advanced acting classes. But now everyone-professionals and amateurs alike-can discover Moss´s passionate, in-depth teaching. Inviting you to join him in the classroom and onstage, Moss shares the techniques he has developed over thirty years to help actors set their emotions, imagination, and behavior on fire, showing how the hard work of preparation pays off in performances that are spontaneous, fresh, and authentic. From the foundations of script analysis to the nuances of physicalization and sensory work, here are the case studies, exercises, and insights that enable you to connect personally with a script, develop your character from the inside out, overcome fear and inhibition, and master the technical skills required for success in the theater, television, and movies. Far more than a handbook, The Intent to Live is the personal credo of a master teacher. Moss´s respect for actors and love of the actor´s craft enliven every page, together with examples from a wealth of plays and films, both current and classic, and vivid appreciations of great performances. Whether you act for a living or simply want a deeper understanding of acting greatness, The Intent to Live will move, instruct, and inspire you.