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Student Underground

Author : Youth Specialties Staff
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What if your youth group were being hunted by something far more insidious than the other side in Capture the Flag?No, your students aren’t being stalked. But millions of Christians around the world suffer political repression, discrimination, imprisonment, harassment, family division, rape, and torture because of their faith. Children of believers are sold into slavery for the cost of a CD. Every 3 ½ minutes a Christian dies for the faith. In fact, during your hour-long youth group meeting, 17 Christians will be martyred somewhere in the world.Student Underground gently but inexorably forces open students’ eyes to the anguishing, world-wide persecution of Christians—and how teenagers can start praying for, communicating with, and reaching out toward victims. Use these 4 sessions (along with the companion 60-minute, award-winning film Behind the Sun) as a high-impact retreat, a lock-in event, or a month of weekly meetings.Student Underground shows why to care. And how to help.Here’s a clear, thorough, and convenient curriculum for leaders, including a plethora of quotable facts about how, why, and where Christians are suffering. Not to mention concrete and realistic plans for student action. Plus where to find a complete underground church service on www.YouthSpecialties.com—a simulation of what going to church is like for Christians in restricted countries.

Mine Maps Underground Student text material

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Blasting Requirements Underground Coal

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Fire Protection in Underground and Surface Coal Mines

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What Makes Students Tick

Author : Udoh Elijah Udom
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The educational system is societys best ally and should not be allowed to break down. Our objective in this study was to identify the causes of high dropout rates and low passion for learning among college students. The common view that students are lazy or lacking interest in education is unfounded. On the contrary, we found that, but for factors beyond their control, most students would work hard to achieve their educational objectives. To avoid the judgmental trap, students were asked to identify the factors that would unlock their passion for learning. The factors identified by the students are analyzed in this book. It is hoped that students, parents, teachers, and school authorities will find this book a light to their path. Udoh Elijah Udom Students lose interest in education and drop out of school for a number of reasons. Dr. Udom rightly turned to us, the students, to find out the factors that would restore our confidence in the education system and make us enroll and remain in school till graduation. I strongly recommend this book to my fellow students. Joseph J. Brown, Student Our school system has experienced dramatic developments in recent decades, including low motivation to learn among college students. Dr. Udoms book highlights the causes of students lack of passion for learning and offers recommendations for a sustainable recruitment and retention of students. This book is one of the best that has been written on this topic and is strongly recommended as a reference material. Dr. William H. Kraus, associate professor, Argosy University, Nashville campus

Underground

Author : Patricia Stranahan
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This pathbreaking study offers the first in-depth view of the urban revolution during the pivotal Nanjing Decade. Focusing on China's largest and most cosmopolitan city, Stranahan examines how the Party organization in Shanghai-severed from the central leadership and pursued by Guomindang and foreign authorities alike-survived through a flexible organizing strategy attuned to the changing local environment.

Fire Protection in Underground and Surface Metal and Nonmetal Mines

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Underground to Canada Novel Study

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Underground to Canada is the historical story of freedom and survival told through the eyes of two young girls. The story surrounds Julilly and Liza, who with their friends, Lester and Adam, escape from a life of slavery on a cotton plantation in the Deep South. The story follows the two young girls as they travel through the United States along the “underground railway” to reach their final destination, Canada. During their journey, the two girls get separated from their friends and must make the long treacherous journey alone. They are encountered with many obstacles, but are helped throughout their journey by those who make up the “underground railway.” This Novel Study provides a teacher and student section with a variety of activities, discussion questions and answer key to create a well-rounded lesson plan.

London Underground

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The Student s Text book of Electricity

Author : Henry Minchin Noad
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Underground Railroad

Author : Robert W. Smith
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The Underground Railroad in Floyd County Indiana

Author : Pamela R. Peters
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Floyd County, Indiana, and its county seat, New Albany, are located directly across the Ohio River from Louisville, Kentucky. Louisville was a major slave-trade center, and Indiana was a free state. Many slaves fled to Floyd County via the Underground Railroad, but their fight for freedom did not end once they reached Indiana. Sufficient information on slaves coming to and through this important area may be found in court records, newspaper stories, oral history accounts, and other materials that a full and fascinating history is possible, one detailing the struggles that runaway slaves faced in Floyd County, such as local, state, and federal laws working together to keep them from advancing socially, politically, and economically. This work also discusses the attitudes, people, and places that help in explaining the successes and heartaches of escaping slaves in Floyd County. Included are a number of freedom and manumission papers, which provided court certification of the freedom of former slaves.

Voices from the Underground

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In 1987, the apartheid minister of law and order boasted that the security forces had crushed Umkhonto we Sizwe in the Western Cape. He could not have been more wrong. The Ashley Kriel Detachment, named after one of their slain comrades, conducted over thirty operations between late 1987 and early 1990, playing a crucial role in the defeat of an unjust system. In Voices from the Underground, eighteen members of the AKD give accounts of their involvement in the armed struggle. The book traces their varying journeys into MK, via student activism, trade unions, religious organisations and UDF politics. It details their training in Angola, Botswana, Tanzania, Cuba and South Africa, and their experiences of detention and interrogation. Members recall the stresses of couriering arms and explosives across police roadblocks, hiding in safe houses and evading capture. They talk about the operations they executed, the measures they took to avoid civilian casualties, and their responses to security breaches and the deaths of comrades in the line of duty. Above all, this is a book about people, showing the effects of apartheid on their lives, their reasons for joining the armed struggle, the challenges of surviving in the underground while raising children, and their experiences of returning to civilian life or, in some cases, integrating into the SANDF. Voices from the Underground gives a human face to ordinary people who took up arms to fight a violent state for the freedom of all South Africans.

The Psychology Student s Suicide

Author : Stélio Inácio
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The last moments, thoughts and philosophies about life and death of a Psychology student who loves Sigmund Freud and walks to a place where he will commit suicide because he wants to kill his biggest enemy, which is consciousness. This amazing book about life and death won a literary prize at an University in 2006. This is Stélio Inácio's absolute masterpiece. This book is not recommended to people suffering from chronic depression.

Student Dissent in the Schools

Author : Irving G. Hendrick
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Nelson English International Student Book 4

Author : John Jackman
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Nelson English International teaches the skills and craft of quality writing, catering for the 6-12 year age range, and provides a six year programme of study. It is easily managed in the classroom, with three components at each level: a Student Textbook; a Student Workbook; and a Teacher Resource Book.

Sub My Years Underground in America s Schools

Author : Tom Gallagher
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"As a substitute teacher in the schools of San Francisco and South San Francisco since some time in the last millennium (and in Boston before that), Tom Gallagher sees kids on their worst behavior five days a week -- that's when business is good. Once a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, where he was affectionately known as Tommy the Commie and sat on the Joint Committee on Education, Gallagher currently holds the line against academic entropy in everything from pre-Kindergarten through 12th Grade, from Physics to Phys Ed. The fundamental stance of Sub: My Years Underground in America's Schools is wry -- it dares raise questions like why the guy who invented middle schools was never prosecuted for crimes against humanity. At the same time, Gallagher finds much of the current national debate on education misplaced: the system works just fine for some, while for others schools are asked to solve problems in children's lives that are far beyond their scope"--Back cover.

Celebrating The Rag Austin s Iconic Underground Newspaper

Author : Alice Embree
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Celebrating The Rag tells the remarkable story of the legendary underground newspaper that sparked a political and cultural revolution and helped make Austin weird. The book features more than 100 articles from The Rag's 11-year history plus contemporary essays and eye-popping vintage art and photography. This collection captures the radical politics and subversive humor that marked the pages of this upstart newspaper between 1966 and 1977.

Supreme Super Visioned Student

Author : Liu MaZi
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An ordinary university student, faced with a debt crisis, coincidentally opened his eyes and died. Not only did he pay off his debts, his life was also at its peak ...

New York Underground

Author : Julia Solis
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Did alligators ever really live in New York's sewers? What's it like to explore the old aqueducts beneath the city? How many levels are beneath Grand Central Station? And how exactly did the pneumatic tube system that New York's post offices used to employ work? In this richly illustrated historical tour of New York's vast underground systems, Julia Solis answers all these questions and much, much more. New York Underground takes readers through ingenious criminal escape routes, abandoned subway stations, and dark crypts beneath lower Manhattan to expose the city's basic anatomy. While the city is justly famous for what lies above ground, its underground passages are equally legendary and tell us just as much about how the city works.