Best A.J. Hoge books
Effortless English: Learn To Speak English Like A Native
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Learn To Speak English Like A Native
A.J. HOGE, THE WORLD’S #1 ENGLISH TEACHER, teaches you his most powerful methods for learning to speak English fluently and confidently. Famous for training corporate and government leaders, A.J. Hoge gives you a step by step program teaching you the system that will help you achieve ultimate success with English.
Effortless English will.....
- Teach you how to overcome nervousness, shyness, and fear when speaking English
- Show you how to achieve a high TOEFL, IELTS, or TOEIC score
- Help you learn vocabulary 4-5 times faster
- Tell you how to feel stronger, calmer, and more powerful when speaking English
- Teach you how to understand native speakers and communicate clearly with them
- Help you get better jobs using English
“You have studied English many years, yet you still do not speak well. You read English but you feel nervous and frustrated when speaking. It is time for a change. I will teach you to speak English quickly, easily, and automatically using my Effortless English System (TM). You can achieve success now simply by changing the way you learn English.”
— A.J. Hoge
P. J. Hoge
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Pastor Ellison has much to learn about becoming an accepted member of the provincial area. He makes mistakes while helping his congregation deal with prejudices and the trials of life. He makes many good friends and at least one staunch enemy.
The young man grows in faith as he is often tested. With humor and through tears, he grows in understanding about trust, forgiveness and acceptance as he shares tears and joy with his best friend and neighbors.
Everybody's Classical Guitar 1 with CD
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Inglés Sin Esfuerzo: Aprende A Hablar Ingles Como Nativo Del Idioma (Spanish Edition)
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Potato Peelings: Ninth in the Prairie Preacher Series
P J Hoge Hoge
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Teased by his siblings for being a potato head, Andy Schroeder had been a good natured, optimistic young person. He was in college and deciding where to attend law school, when he received his draft papers. Soon, he was known as Spud by the guys in his unit in Vietnam. Even though he was the grenadier, he was of slight build. He was often called upon to be a tunnel rat, sent down dark, sabotaged, enemy tunnels to retrieve intelligence. By the time he was injured, the war had already taken a massive toll on Spud. He was no longer optimistic and doubted most of his previously held beliefs of life and God. He still loved his bride and his family, innocently believing that he could get home and go right back to the life he had left.
Artillery fire changed all that. He did not return home as he had planned. Spud was an angry, bitter and frustrated person in a wheelchair. He doubted his beliefs, hated his situation and felt like a failure to everyone. He faced not only his visible wounds, but the ravages of the invisible ones. He tried not to be hateful, but not very successfully.
After Vietnam, Spud felt his life was no more than a pile of useless potato peelings. He tried to put them together to get his life back, but found it a monumental task. With the help of his family, faith and friends, he began to put them back together-- one peeling at a time.
Effortless English (Persian Edition): Persian Translation
Best price for this book: $ 10.95
Source for Syndromes
Gail J. Richard
Best price for this book: $ 70.9
Real-World Investigations for Social Studies: Inquiries for Middle and High School Students Based on the Ten NCSS Standards
John D. Hoge
Best price for this book: $ 53.8
This innovative book presents case studies —called investigations— that combine ready-to-implement middle and high school lessons with complementary guidelines to demonstrate how the principles of Contextual Teaching and Learning (CTL) can be used to meet NCSS social studies curriculum standards. This combination of CTL principles and NCSS standards creates a book that shows teachers-in-training examples of quality social studies instruction while simultaneously illustrating essential teaching methods. Intended to develop the attributes necessary for informed citizenship, each investigation provides a sequence of lessons using the teaching/learning styles that research has shown to be most effective with these age groups. Each investigation requires readers to face problematic issues, research and analyze data, construct meaning and understanding, evaluate competing points-of-view, and, finally, reach and defend conclusions. All coverage keyed to NCSS standards—with an investigation for each of the ten mandated competencies. Core or supplemental reading for middle and secondary social studies methods courses.
Money Matters: Personal Giving in American Churches
Dean R. Hoge
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Money Matters presents the findings of the largest and most incisive study of factors influencing church giving in America. The authors conducted an exhaustive study of church giving in five representative denominations: Assemblies of God, Southern Baptist, Roman Catholic, ELCA, and Presbyterian. With detailed information from 625 churches, this book offers surprising conclusions about member contributions.
6 Pavanas (for Guitar)
Best price for this book: $ 2.95