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Numicon builds a deep understanding of maths through a multi-sensory approach, developing children's fluency, reasoning and problem-solving. The Numicon Number, Pattern and Calculating 1 Explorer Progress Books A, B and C support the activities in the Numicon Number, Pattern and Calculating 1 Teaching Resource Handbook and are a great assessment tool, allowing teachers to gather evidence of children's achievements. The books contains fun and engaging activities for children to complete. Each activity links to a topic from the Teaching Resource Handbook, offering you opportunities to assess individual children's understanding and monitor progress. Children have the freedom to record their answers in their own way, allowing you to see their thinking. The use of real-life contexts allows you to assess children's ability to apply their mathematics learning when faced with 'non-routine' problems. The Numicon Number, Pattern and Calculating 1 Explorer Progress Book ABC mixed pack contains 1 copy of : - Numicon Number Pattern and Calculating 1 Explorer Progress Book A - Numicon Number Pattern and Calculating 1 Explorer Progress Book B - Numicon Number Pattern and Calculating 1 Explorer Progress Book C
Latino/as make up the fastest growing ethnic minority population in the U.S., and yet the U.S. mental health workforce is not adequately trained to meet the needs of this group. As such, there is an urgent need to prepare students, supervisors and mental health professionals to effectively study, understand and meet the needs of this growing population. This volume emphasizes the diversity within this heterogeneous ethnic group from multiple psychological and socio-historical perspectives, with special attention on Latino/a group complexities and differences. It covers the historical context, cultural factors and political realities of U.S. Latino/as and their impact on mental health. Finally, it provides practical ways mental health practitioners can integrate traditional cultural values, gender role ideologies and socio-cultural factors into clinical practice with Latino/a clients, and offers promising interventions for mental health concerns.
From Los Angeles and New York to Chicago and Miami, street gangs are regarded as one of the most intractable crime problems facing our cities, and a vast array of resources is being deployed to combat them. This book chronicles the astounding self-transformation of one of the most feared gangs in the United States into a social movement acting on behalf of the dispossessed, renouncing violence and the underground economy, and requiring school attendance for membership.
What caused the Almighty Latin King and Queen Nation of New York City to make this remarkable transformation? And why has it not happened to other gangs elsewhere? David C. Brotherton and Luis Barrios were given unprecedented access to new and never-before-published material by and about the Latin Kings and Queens, including the group's handbook, letters written by members, poems, rap songs, and prayers. In addition, they interviewed more than one hundred gang members, including such leaders as King Tone and King Hector. Featuring numerous photographs by award-winning photojournalist Steve Hart, the book explains the symbolic significance for the gang of hand gestures, attire, rituals, and rites of passage. Based on their inside information, the authors craft a unique portrait of the lives of the gang members and a ground-breaking study of their evolution.
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