Release on 2012 | by Kei Kimura,Maketa Smith-Groves
Author: Kei Kimura,Maketa Smith-Groves
Pubpsher: Edition Baes
Es war einmal Fukushima" bezieht sich nicht wirklich auf einen geographischen Ort, sondern eher auf ein Ereignis, auf Bilder im Kopf, die eine ganze Generation ein Leben lang nicht mehr los werden wird.
Using Story-Based Activities to Develop Breakthrough Communication Skills
Author: Terrence L. Gargiulo
Pubpsher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
Terence Gargiulo's 'breakthrough' communications and storytelling are amply demonstrated with dozens of corporate examples. And the best part? Gargiulo shows us, step by step, how to create this storytelling communication magic in our own organizations. The competencies assessed by the instrument represent the nine essential communication behaviors that need to be developed and cultivated in all of today’s leaders and managers: Modeling, Telling, Selecting, Indexing, Synthesizing, Reflecting, Eliciting, Listening and Observing. Once Upon a Time will show you how to develop exceptional communication skills, and it will serve as an invaluable resource for helping others do the same. Stories are a natural part of how we communicate. Yet many of us are unaware of the different ways we use stories. This book will take the intuitive aspects of communicating through stories and break it down into repeatable practices and essential competencies. The story-based activities in the second half of the book will give you powerful, easy to lead, structured, experiential exercises that can be used in a variety of settings and for lots of different purposes that go beyond training.
WELCOME TO STORYBROOKE For Emma Swan, life has been anything but a fairy tale. She's been alone since she wbe with her one true love, Price Charming, but the Queen was abandoned as a baby-that is, until the night of her twenty-eighth birthday, when Henry, the son she gave p for adoption ten years ago, appears on her doorstep. Henry takes Emma back to his home in Storybrooke, where he insists all the town's residents are actually fairy tale characters, cursed to forget their true identities, and Emma is the only one who can save them... In another world, and another time, Snow White is a bandit on the run, forced into exile by her stepmother, the Evil Queen, Snow will do anything to ill stop at nothing to destroy their happy ending
Once Upon a Time in New Iberia, despite its title, is not a fairy tale, but an honest telling of a womans experience traveling from the free-spirited days of her Louisiana childhood to her times of personal fulfillment as a teacher of children with special needs, and as a university faculty member. Covering the emotional terrain marked by the moments of trial and joy that unfolded in New Iberia and New Orleans, Alice J. Voorhies shares reminiscences of her life. She tells about the colorful family members and friends who touched her life along the beautiful banks of Bayou Teche, in the historic halls of Mt. Carmel Academy, on the muddy waters of Cypremort Point, across the buzzing university campus in Lafayette, and in the challenges and victories that accompanied her work with special-needs children in New Orleans. If you find your inspiration in reading how individuals face their lives challenges, if you find it a pleasure to learn how the details of living in a particular place can help you come to see the true and hidden charms it offers, or if you simply want to spend time with an author who, through the wonder of the written word, will become a friend, then Once Upon a Time in New Iberia promises to be a book worthy of your time to read.
"Once Upon a Time in the West was the movie that made me consider filmmaking."-Quentin Tarantino Sergio Leone's film Once Upon a Time in the Westset out to be the ultimate Western--a celebration of the power of classic Hollywood cinema, a meditation on the making of America and a lament for the decline of one of the most cherished film genres in the form of a "dance of death." With this film, Leone said a fond farewell to the noisy and flamboyant world of the Italian Western, which he had created with A Fistful of Dollars and sequels, and aimed for something much more ambitious--an exploration of the relationship between myth ("Once Upon a Time..."), history ("...in the West") and his own autobiography as an avid film-goer. This would be a horse opera in which the arias aren't sung, they are stared. Once Upon a Time has since inspired several generations of filmmakers worldwide. Its combination of "film about film" with an angry historical epic, told with great style, has resonated for half a century, and its reputation has steadily grown. This book, by the world-renowned authority on Sergio Leone, Christopher Frayling, includes revealing personal interviews with all the key players involved in the movie (in front of the camera and behind it) a wealth of never-before-published documents, designs and photographs, and the latest research into the making of a masterpiece, shot by shot. It is introduced with a foreword by Quentin Tarantino. This year is the 50th anniversary of Once Upon a Time in the West and this richly illustrated book is a suitably spectacular birthday tribute.
A Study Guide for Nadine Gordimer's "Once Upon a Time," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Short Stories for Students. This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further reading; and much more. For any literature project, trust Short Stories for Students for all of your research needs.
Cash rich terrorists lure David Harris, a larcenous San Antonio private eye, into their web of nuclear mayhem. His life is put in jeopardy when he encounters treacherous OSI commander Leo Ramirez and beautiful secret agent Julie Newton.