Busy Ant Maths - Year 3

Author: Jeanette Mumford,Sandra Roberts,Elizabeth Jurgensen,Jo Power O'Keefe

Publisher: Collins Educational

ISBN: 9780007562374

Category: Mathematics

Page: 72

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The Busy Ant Maths Pupil Book 3A contains three levels of differentiated challenge built-in to each lesson as well as extra consolidation and extension activities to ensure rapid progression for every child. "The Busy Ant Maths Pupil Book 3A contains three levels of differentiated challenge built-in to each lesson as well as extra consolidation and extension activities to ensure rapid progression for every child. Used in conjunction with the Teacher's Guide, Progress Guide and Homework Guide, this book is the best way to ensure that pupils achieve all the learning objectives of the new Primary Maths National Curriculum."
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The Athenaeum

Journal of Literature, Science, the Fine Arts, Music and the Drama

Author: N.A

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: N.A

Category: Literature

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A Companion to Greek Studies

Author: Leonard Whibley

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 110749754X

Category: History

Page: 846

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First published in 1931, this book aims to provide a comprehensive introduction to the study of ancient Greece and the Greeks. The topics covered include Greek flora and fauna, daily life in ancient Greece, commerce, art, linguistics and war, all written by authors with particular experience in their field.
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The End of Sex

How Hookup Culture is Leaving a Generation Unhappy, Sexually Unfulfilled, and Confused About Intimacy

Author: Donna Freitas

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 0465037836

Category: Social Science

Page: 240

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Hookup culture dominates the lives of college students today. Most students spend hours agonizing over their hopes for Friday night and, later, dissecting the evenings' successes or failures, often wishing that the social contract of the hookup would allow them to ask for more out of sexual intimacy. The pressure to participate comes from all directions—from peers, the media, and even parents. But how do these expectations affect students themselves? And why aren't parents and universities helping students make better-informed decisions about sex and relationships? In The End of Sex, Donna Freitas draws on her own extensive research to reveal what young men and women really want when it comes to sex and romance. Surveying thousands of college students and conducting extensive one-on-one interviews at religious, secular public, and secular private schools, Freitas discovered that many students—men and women alike—are deeply unhappy with hookup culture. Meaningless hookups have led them to associate sexuality with ambivalence, boredom, isolation, and loneliness, yet they tend to accept hooking up as an unavoidable part of college life. Freitas argues that, until students realize that there are many avenues that lead to sex and long-term relationships, the vast majority will continue to miss out on the romance, intimacy, and satisfying sex they deserve. An honest, sympathetic portrait of the challenges of young adulthood, The End of Sex will strike a chord with undergraduates, parents, and faculty members who feel that students deserve more than an endless cycle of boozy one night stands. Freitas offers a refreshing take on this charged topic—and a solution that depends not on premarital abstinence or unfettered sexuality, but rather a healthy path between the two.
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