The Standard Deviants are more fun than a textbook and cheaper than hiring a calculus tutor! Beginning with a review of functions and graphing, these DVDs cover limits, vertical and horizontal asymptote, slopes and derivatives, antiderivatives, the definite integral, and more. The Calculus DVD 2-Pack contains Calculus Part 1 and Part 2.
Calculus can be an intimidating subject. For many students, even the name sounds intimidating. The truth is that Calculus is based on a few very powerful principles and once you fully understand those principles all of the additional topics naturally follow. Most Calculus textbooks begin the subject with a nauseating discussion of limits and then proceed to the introduction of a derivative which is one of the core topics in Calculus.
A project that challenges young minds before they set out into the world? Yes. A game show that tests your common sense and English skills? Yes! It's "Quiz Whiz Junior" time! When general knowledge meets English! Enough with boring English! A quiz show offering both variety and fun! Talent, wits and superb English skills... This show can also serve as a source of inspiration for English teachers!
Big English gives you the most complete English course combined with the very best of technology. It gives you everything you need for your lessons so that you have time to focus on what you do best - teach. Big English is perfect for a well-balanced approach to teaching English. Ready-made Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) lessons and those all important 21st Century Skills help you to challenge students to be creative, think critically and collaborate.
With the outbreak of World War II armies needed to become orally proficient in the languages of their allies and enemies as quickly as possible. This teaching technique was initially called the Army Method, and was the first to be based on linguistic theory and behavioral psychology. The Audio-lingual Method was widely used in the 1950s and 1960s, and the emphasis was not on the understanding of words, but rather on the acquisition of structures and patterns in common everyday dialogue. These patterns are elicited, repeated and tested until the responses given by the student in the foreign language are automatic.