Collins Cambridge IGCSE(R) PE is the only published course to offer comprehensive coverage of the Cambridge IGCSE(R) PE syllabus. Consisting of a clear, colourful Student Book, a supportive Teacher's Guide and a digital component for reinforcement of key syllabus topics, the course enables students to deepen their understanding and build confidence. The comprehensive Teacher's Book contains: - learning sequences to support teachers in using the Student's Book in class.- options for how to adapt the Student's Book to suit the specific needs of students- 30 photocopiable handouts to help students consolidate their learning. Handouts include diagrams of cardio and respiratory systems, skeletal structure and muscle groups, graphs and charts to support practical activities, and templates of writing frames- exam-style questions written by the authors, with exemplar answers
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Steam powered freighters, once the mainstay of the Great Lakes fleet, are now in the twilight of their era on the inland seas. Once numbered in the hundreds, this class is now represented by only twenty active carriers as of the end of the 2008 shipping season. They range from the ST. MARYS CHALLENGER built in 1906, with over 100 years of steadfast service, to the last steam powered freighter to be built on the lakes, the CANADIAN LEADER, built in 1967. Individual histories are given for each vessel providing details of previous and current operations. These steamers encompass a variety of carrier types, including cement carriers, straight deckers, and self-unloaders. Included are numerous never before published photographs, portraying these vessels in previous operations and current operations.
Covers the history of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), from its founding in Basel in 1930 to the end of the Bretton Woods system in 1973, with a focus on cooperation among the main central banks for the stability and efficiency of the international monetary system.
In the early 1920s, with the nation still recovering from World War I, President Warren G. Harding founded a huge new organization to treat disabled veterans: the US Veterans Bureau, now known as the Department of Veterans Affairs. He appointed his friend, decorated veteran Colonel Charles R. Forbes, as founding director. Forbes lasted in the position for only eighteen months before stepping down under a cloud of criticism and suspicion. In 1926—after being convicted of conspiracy to defraud the federal government by rigging government contracts—he was sent to Leavenworth Penitentiary. Although he was known in his day as a drunken womanizer, and as a corrupt, betraying toady of a weak, b...