10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TEXTBOOKISH»
Discover the use of textbookish
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to textbookish
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Home Book of Taxidermy and Tanning
Explicit instructions for preparing and mounting dead animals and tanning skins and furs
Beyond Picture Books: A Guide to First Readers
Photos. Watts, 1992. isbn 0-531-14206-X. series: Picture Science, subjects:
Geology and geologists. rl C. How soil, mountains, oil, coal, crystals, and other
materials are formed is given brief but clear coverage. A textbookish format with
Barbara Barstow, Judith Riggle, 1995
Ency. Of Teaching Of Science 2Vol.
Such formal, textbookish instruction is neither sound from the point of view of
modern objectives and goals or even efficient in developing memoritor factual
learnings. A few students are usually ready to respond to the teacher's questions
Navigating Graduate School and Beyond: A Career Guide for ...
There are very few things in this book that come off as being too “textbookish.” I
promise that this is the only chapter that reads that way! I could have masked the
whole thing by giving you veiled guidelines that smell like a SWOT analysis, but ...
Sundar A. Christopher, 2013
Educational Assessment of Students
The procedure we discussed earlier in Chapter 7 of stating main ideas of
textbook passages in your own words and rephrasing these as questions is a
practical one for avoiding "textbookish" phrasing. The poor item in Figure 8.12 is
America in the Gilded Age: Third Edition
When the first edition of America in the Gilded Age was published in 1984, it soon acquired the status of a classic, and was widely acknowledged as the first comprehensive account of the latter half of the nineteenth century to appear in ...
Sean Dennis Cashman, 1993
Development of a Driver Improvement System for Traffic Violators
For example, some of the test questions were a bit textbookish or exceedingly
specific; this raised the possibility that people who understood the basic principle
involved well enough to drive safely might have given a technically inaccurate ...
James R. Weidman, Gerry A. Simone, A. James McKnight, 1982
Buffalo Medical Journal
Though the field of discussion covered by the foregoing title is comparatively new
, yet already considerable, even a voluminous, literature, — monographic,
journalistic, and textbookish,— has sprung up more or less suddenly. Some of it,
to be ...
Reverie and Interpretation: Sensing Something Human
The language the patient used was initially equally stiff and often sounded
textbookish. Her speech pattern became somewhat more natural in the course of
the initial year of work. However, the patient throughout this period had profound
The Gentle Subversive : Rachel Carson, Silent Spring, and ...
She believed, and Rodell concurred, that it did not adequately capture the sweep
of what she was writing. Above all, she wanted to avoid a title that seemed too "
textbookish" or academic. The Story of the Ocean struck her as appropriate but ...
Mark Hamilton Lytle Professor of History and Environmental Studies Bard College, 2007
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «TEXTBOOKISH»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term textbookish
is used in the context of the following news items.
When You Say Nothing At All
The book's opening chapters deal with the creation of Bangladesh in a very textbookish way. The rest of the dramatic decade is not framed around dramatic ... «The Indian Express, Dec 14»
Book review: 'Drucker & Me' isn't your usual management book
Written in an engaging, personal, and non-textbookish way, “Drucker & Me” is a worthy read especially for leaders, both in business and in the non-profit sector. «GMA News, Sep 14»
Speak well of the bourgeois, and prosper
I believe they do, but not by the propagation of textbookish jargon. Rather, the main way they matter is in shaping public ethics. Economics has been a technical ... «The Conversation AU, Aug 14»
Book review: 'Dark Invasion'
The best-selling author of American Lightning , Wanted! and Gangland, among others, starts this compelling book not with textbookish warring nations but with ... «Arizona Republic, Mar 14»
speech debate: Rahul a novice but Modi is unbearable
His views on the economy may be music to the ears of textbookish economists but are far too simplistic in view of the country's ground realities. «Firstpost, Sep 13»
Labor Omnia Vincit
All the talk he heard about labor and capital, first from agitators in the old country, and then as the standard fare of politics in this one, seemed textbookish to him ... «Town Hall, Aug 13»
UT Press to Launch The Texas Bookshelf
Above all, I want to communicate my excitement to the reader, to present the history of Texas in as un-textbookish a manner as I can. My goal is to make it a real ... «Publishers Weekly, Aug 13»
Review: 'Claws and Starships', by M.C.A. Hogarth
"The Elements of Freedom" oddly felt too anthropological to me, a bit textbookish and overdone. It's hard to put into words; my background did me a disservice ... «Flayrah, Jul 13»
Nothing Echoes like an Empty Room
To Kael, all this sounded schematic, textbookish, and out of touch with the critic's immediate responses—leaving the critic too dependent on what she later called ... «Vanity Fair, Sep 12»
Four books full of knowledge for the American man
His most startling thesis is that this masculinity, which the United States prizes conspicuously, is inherently undemocratic. “Bring Me Men” is textbookish — even ... «Washington Post, May 12»