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Technology and Computer Education

McGraw-Hill Ryerson

Grades 7­12 Catalogue

2009

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Carpentry and Building Construction, 7/e Applying AutoCAD®, © 2009 Mechanical Drawing, 14/e Culinary Essentials An Introduction to Computer Science Using C Programming in Visual Basic 2008 Precision Engineering Technology Introduction to Computer Concepts in Action

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Technology Interactions

· Third Edition · © 2007, Grades 6-10

Introduction to Technology

· Pierce, Karwatka · Second Edition, © 2010 · Grades 6-9

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echnology Interactions, based on the 20 most popular technology education lab modules, provides opportunity for students to learn and apply technology principles to the solution of real-life problems.

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his resource offers teachers and students content that is driven by projects to facilitate understanding and hands-on learning.

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Unit-based projects and chapter-based Technology Labs Supports academic content especially in math, geometry, and science Career profiles, Tech Stars, Imagine This!, and Eco Tech features enhance content with relevant information and challenging activities All new teacher resource

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Three brand new modules are included: Materials Science, Energy and Power Technologies, and Forensics. The other modules have been updated and reorganized. Students will practice and apply the problem-solving skills of the Engineering Design Process. Hands-on activities at the end of each chapter will give students opportunity to put into action the problem-solving process. Math Link, Science Link, Reading Link, and Writing Link in every chapter connect academics to technology education for students. Students will practice and apply academic skills as they gain technology literacy. A Student CD, packaged inside the back cover of the Student Edition, offers students interactive labs that reinforce and extend textbook concepts. Internet links to the Technology Interactions website offer opportunities for more Internet study. Enrichment and Reteaching worksheets are also included.

Table of Contents

Unit 1: The Nature of Technology 1 Why Study Technology? 2 Concepts of Technology 3 Processes, Tools, and Materials of Technology 4 Design and Problem Solving 5 From Drawings to Prototypes 6 Technology connections Unit 2: Energy and Power Technologies 7 Energy and Power for Technology 8 Electricity to Electronics Unit 3: Communication Technologies 9 Communication Systems 10 Computer Technologies 11 Graphic Communications 12 Photographic Technologies 13 Multimedia Technologies Unit 4: Medical Biotechnologies 14 Biomedical Technologies 15 Agricultural Biotechnologies Unit 5: Manufacturing Technologies 16 Manufacturing Systems 17 Manufacturing in the 21st Century Unit 6: Construction Technologies 18 The World of Construction 19 Building a House 20 Heavy Construction Unit 7 Transportation Technologies 21 Transportation Power 22 Transportation Systems

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Design & Engineering Computer-Aided Design Structural Engineering Materials Science Manufacturing Technologies Applied Physics Air & Space Technologies Energy & Power Technologies Land & Water Transportation Weather 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Graphic Communication Digital Multimedia Animation Electricity & Electronics Lasers & Lights Hydraulics & Pneumatics Robotics Bioengineering Forensics Agricultural Technologies

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Teacher's Resource CD-ROM -- includes lesson plans , PowerPoint® presentations, ExamView® Pro Test Generator and additional teacher aids.

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Technology

Engineering & Design

· Brusic, Fales, Kuetemeyer · Sixth Edition, © 2008 · Grades 9-11

Communication Technology

· Sanders · Second Edition

echnology: Engineering & Design ©2008 is a technology literacy book for high school students. It puts technology in an engineering context to teach students how to apply what they learn. This program is a major revision of Technology: Today & Tomorrow.

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Students will study the nature of technology, technology systems, the history and evolution of technology, the characteristics of technology, and its impact on our society, culture, economy, politics, and environment. Chapter activities give students hands-on experience in applying the engineering design process. Reading Focus features at the beginning of each chapter guide students in reading comprehension. Math Applications and Science Applications relate science and math concepts to technology and engineering. Each unit opens with Engineering & Design Frontiers that feature the latest developments in technology and engineering. A Science-Technology-Engineering-Math (STEM) Handbook, at the back of the Student Edition, is an invaluable reference that explains the principles related to the many applications and activities in the textbook. A Safety First Handbook addresses general lab safety and the proper handling of tools and materials. Engineering & Design Applications: STEM contains in-depth activities for students. It also has its own TAE to provide extra tips for teachers. The Teacher Resource CD-ROM contains a FlashTM presentation for each chapter. Teachers can use these interactive presentations to extend chapter content. Lesson Plans, Correlations to the National Standards for Technological Literacy, and the ExamView® Assessment Suite are also included.

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ommunication Technology: Today and Tomorrow provides a solid foundation in modern communications by means of the system approach. This text covers data communications, technical design, optics, graphic production, and audio and video, as well as hot topics: multimedia, the Internet and World Wide Web, commercial online services, and digital entertainment systems.

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Teacher's Resource Binder -- includes teaching strategies, lesson plans, answer keys, course outlines, section tests, activities, colour transparencies, transparency masters, worksheets, answer keys plus much more.

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Architecture

Drafting and Design

· Hepler, Wallach, Hepler · Seventh Edition

Landscape Architecture

· Simonds, Starke, · Fourth Edition, © 2006

A R C H ITE CTU R E

his colourful text provides students with cutting-edge information on computer-aided drafting, energy efficient design, structural calculations, solar planning, and site development. Its logical organizational structure permits flexibility to present information in a variety of sequences.

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his reference covers every aspect of planning, design, installation, implementation, and maintenance.

Table of Contents

The Human Habitat Climate Land Water Vegetation Landscape Character Topography Site Planning Site Planning Landscape Planting Site Volumes 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Visible Landscape Circulation Structures Habitations Community Planning Urban Design Growth Management The Regional Landscape The Planned Environment Perspective

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More emphasis on math and science concepts as applied in architecture. Focus on structural systems: wood-frame, masonry, steel, and reinforced concrete, with expanded information on roof design and construction and cabinetry.

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Teacher's Resource Binder -- Contains strategies, procedures, course options, and much more and a wide variety of resource materials (CAD tutorials, additional exercises, colour transparencies, blackline masters, etc.).

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Dictionary of Architecture and Construction

· Harris · Fourth Edition, © 2006

he Fourth Edition covers new industry terms which have emerged due to changes in engineering and building technologies, organizations, materials, and legal developments, and has been expanded to include more historic architectural styles. Approximately 25,000 terms Strong visual appeal, with 2,500 illustrations and an easy-to-read page design Concise definitions of terms in nearly 80 working areas

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Carpentry and Building Construction

· Feirer and Fierer · Seventh Edition, © 2010 · Grades 10-12

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Unit 5 Completing The Structure 20 Windows & Skylights 21 Residential Doors 22 Roofing & Gutters 23 Siding 24 Brick and Masonry Siding Unit 6 Finish Carpentry 25 Stairways 26 Molding & Trim 27 Cabinets & Countertops 28 Wall Paneling Unit 7 Construction Specialties 29 Steel Framing Basics 30 Mechanicals 31 Thermal & Acoustical Insulation 32 Wall & Ceiling Surfaces 33 Exterior & Interior Paint 34 Finish Flooring 35 Decks & Porches

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he program focus is Project-based learning with real-world applications correlated to rigorous trade certifications and academic curriculum standards and prepares the student for post secondary courses. Students will learn the entire construction process, from planning and scheduling through painting and flooring. It gives students technical skills in building techniques, safety guidelines, blueprint reading, mathematics, and the relationship among the building trades in residential construction, and light commercial construction.

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Integrates carpentry and building standards (including NCCER) Provides step-by-step illustrations, photos, and graphs to guide students through each key process Supports rigorous academic content, especially in math and science Includes Build It Green construction tips and activities Develops technical knowledge with Estimating and Planning, Job Safety, Builder's Tip and Step-by-Step Applications features and activities All New Teacher Resources

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Carpentry and Building Construction

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Table of Contents

Unit 1 Preparing to Build 1 The Construction Industry 2 Building Codes & Planning 3 Construction Safety & Health Unit 2 Tools & Equipment 4 Hand Tools 5 Power Saws 6 Other Power & Pneumatic Tools 7 Ladders, Scaffolds & Other Support Unit 3 Building Foundations 8 Concrete as a Building Material 9 Locating the House on the Building Site 10 Foundation Walls 11 Concrete Flatwork Unit 4 Wood Frame Construction 12 Wood as a Building Material 13 Engineered Wood 14 Structural Systems 15 Floor Framing 16 Wall Framing & Sheathing 17 Basic Roof Framing 18 Hip, Valley & Jack Rafters 19 Roof Assembly & Sheathing

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Wood

Technology and Processes

· Sixth Edition, © 2006, Grades 9-12

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Beginning Woodwork

· Feirer · Seventh Edition · Grades 9­12

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n excellent beginning text for basic woodworking presented in an easy-to-understand manner. Step-by-step instructions introduce basic woodworking processes along with over 60 hands-on projects. Chapters on forest products, construction, and careers will teach students about the woodworking industry.

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ood Technology & Processes is a comprehensive woodworking text for high school that introduces basic and advanced woodworking operations with clear instructions and illustrations. Besides the "Woodworker's Handbook," and a four-color presentation of the tools and materials of the woodworker, this edition has a new section on "Advanced Woodworking Techniques," including clamping techniques, router table techniques, face framing, use of the miniature lathe, and stepby-step instructions on how to make various kinds of joints. New projects with detailed step-by-step procedures have been added to the Better Homes and Gardens WOOD® Magazine Projects at the back of the book.

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Hands-On AutoCAD®

· Looney · © 2005 · Grades 9­12

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Comprehensive content with basic and advanced woodworking operations. Offers clear instructions and strong illustrations. Woodworkers Handbook identifies tools and materials used in woodworking. Advanced Woodworking Techniques offers advanced techniques for the experienced woodworker. Beginner, intermediate and advanced projects from Better Homes and Gardens WOOD® Magazine in the text provide projects using skills learned in the text.

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ands-On AutoCAD is a comprehensive, basic CAD textbook that teaches the AutoCAD software using short, interesting projects that will capture and hold student attention. The chapters are ordered logically for CAD, rather than for traditional board drafting. In addition, each chapter has a separate "Teamwork Project" designed to allow students to pursue chapter topics in a second real-world scenario.

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Table of Contents

Woodworker's Handbook Unit 1: Working with Wood 1 The Woodworking Industry 2 Layout and Marking Tools Unit 2: Basic Tools and Operations 3 Design and Planning 4 Measuring and Cutting 5 Nailing 6 Drilling and Boring 7 Planing, Chiseling, and Sanding Unit 3: Joinery and Assembly 8 Butt, Biscuit, and Dowel Joints 9 Rabbet Joint 10 Dado Joint 11 Lap Joint 12 Miter Joint 13 Mortise-and-Tenon Joint 14 Dovetail Joints and Casework 15 Using Fasteners 16 Gluing and Clamping 17 Installing Hardware 18 Plastic Laminates 19 Veneering

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Unit 4: Using Machines 20 Planer 21 Jointer 22 Table Saw 23 Radial-Arm Saw 24 Band Saw 25 Sliding Compound Miter Saw 26 Scroll Saw 27 Drill Press 28 Router 29 Sander 30 Lathe Unit 5: Finishing 31 Preparing for Finishing 32 Applying Stains and Clear Finishes 33 Applying Paints and Enamels Unit 6: Construction 34 Preparing for Construction 35 Sitework and Foundations 36 Framing and Enclosing the Structure 37 Completing the Exterior 38 Completing the Interior 39 Remodeling and Renovation 40 Maintenance and Repair

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Applying AutoCAD® 2007

· Wohlers · © 2007

Applying AutoCAD® 2009

· Wohlers · © 2009 · Grades 10-12

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pplying AutoCAD® 2007 showcases the changes in AutoCAD® 2007 software. A new chapter on workspaces introduces AutoCAD's new interface flexibility.

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Offers step-by-step instruction Focuses strongly on 3D modeling capabilities Instructor Resource CD-ROM includes: Instructional Plans, PowerPoint Presentations, ExamView Assessment Suite, Student Practice Files, Answer Keys, Instructor Resource

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utodesk redesigned the user interface of AutoCAD 2009 software. Applying AutoCad 2009 all the new features of the redesigned user interface using a step-by-step, project application approach

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The ViewCube is an interactive tool used to rotate and orient any solid or surface model, including 3D models The SteeringWheels tool allows quick access to pan, center, and zoom commands The new Menu Browser consolidates the traditional, Windowsbased pull-down menus into a single pull-down menu compressing hundreds of command options into a single easy to use menu The Ribbon includes multiple tabs, panels, and command buttons that can be accessed quickly and easily

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Applying AutoCAD® 2008

· Wohlers · © 2008

Hands-On AutoCAD® LT

· Looney · © 2005 · Grades 9­12

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The new 2D Drafting and Annotation workspace employs a new Dashboard containing panels and toolbars for drawing and dimensioning in two dimensions, while new panels and features improve the Dashboard for the 3D Modeling workspace. A new Multileader tool and easy alignment and spacing control of dimension lines. New commands and features to control drawing annotations to improve Multiline text, text styles, tables, and the creation of bill of materials.

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ands-On AutoCAD LT is a comprehensive, basic CAD textbook that teaches the AutoCAD LT software using short, interesting projects that will capture and hold student attention. Each chapter has a separate "Teamwork Project" designed to allow students to pursue chapter topics in a second real-world scenario.

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Basic Technical Drawing

· © 2004

Mechanical Drawing

· Helsel, French · Fourteenth Edition, © 2010 · Grades 9-12

D R A F TI N G A N D D E S I G N TE C H N O LO G I E S

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asic Technical Drawing is an introductory high school drafting text.

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Prepares students for professional excellence and certification with step-by-step applications, design problems, and drafting problems Supports rigorous academic content, especially in math, geometry, and science, with activities throughout Supports project-based learning with unit- based projects that integrates technical math and culminate in Build Your Portfolio activities All New Teacher Resources

Table of Contents

The Graphic Language Freehand Sketching Introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting (CAD) Mechanical Drawing Lettering Geometry of Technical Drawing Views of Objects Techniques and Applications Using a CAD System Dimensioning Manufacturing Processes Sectional Views Auxiliary Views 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Revolutions Threads and Fasteners Working Drawings Pictorial Drawings Developments and Intersections Charts and Graphs Cams and Gears Structural Drawing Map Drafting Electrical and Electronic Drafting Architectural Drafting Descriptive Geometry Exploring Engineering Opportunities

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Unit 1: Discovering Drafting Fundamentals 1 Drafting Careers 2 Design and Sketching 3 Drafting Equipment 4 Basic Drafting Techniques 5 Geometry for Drafting Unit 2: Developing Drafting Techniques 6 Multiview Drawing 7 Dimensioning 8 Sectional Views 9 Auxiliary Views 10 Descriptive Geometry

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Designing with Inventor® 11

· Shih · © 2007 · Grades 10-12

Unit 3: Exploring Drafting Applications 11 Fasteners 12 Pictorial Drawing 13 Working Drawings 14 Pattern Development 15 Welding Drafting 16 Pipe Drafting 17 Cams and Gears Unit 4: Applying Drafting Skills 18 Architectural Drafting 19 Map Drafting 20 Electricity/Electronics Drafting 21 Media Management

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esigning with Inventor® 11 is an introductory program. Students follow step-by-step instructions to create threedimensional models.

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New four-color format allows students to see the visual clues provided in the Inventor® 11 software. Allows students to "jump right in" and create complex three-dimensional models in record time using easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions.

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Mechanical Drawing

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Electricity for the Trades

· Petruzella · © 2006

Electricity

Principles and Applications

· Fowler · Seventh Edition, © 2008

etruzella's Electricity for the Trades is an affordable resource for students in Electricity/Electrician programs, and other trades areas requiring coursework in basic electricity. Having worked as both a tradesman and classroom instructor, author Frank Petruzella provides a uniquely practical, hands-on approach to learning electrical fundamentals, with a wealth of applications and procedures apprentices will be using in their work. The text contains a wealth of illustrations and worked examples related directly to trades-oriented work.

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Clear, step-by-step presentation used throughout the text. Contains a wealth of illustrations and photographs, in the text and in the PowerPoint slides. Numerous end of section, and end of chapter exercises, problems and critical thinking questions. NEC considerations included when appropriate.

his widely-used text prepares students for entry-level jobs in electronics, electrical trades and related fields. Its level and approach are ideal for both electronics and electricity programs looking for a relatively short, applied book covering DC/AC circuits. Additional chapters on topics such as safety, transformers, motors, instrumentation, and residential wiring are also included. No prior knowledge of electricity is assumed; the only prerequisites are arithmetic and basic algebra. Practical skills are emphasized throughout the text, and supported in the hands-on work provided in the companion Experiments Manual. MultiSim circuit files are provided, on a bound-in CD ROM, for those who want to bring software simulation work into their classes and labs.

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OLC website with career information, test questions, Introduction to MultiSim, equipment lists for labs and links to key sites. Bound-in CD ROM includes MultiSim simulation files for the circuits included in the text and the Experiments Manual, in MultiSim 7. New simulation examples have been added to the text, lab manual and CD ROM.

Table of Contents

Part I Fundamentals of Electricity 1 Safety 2 Instruments, Tools and Fasteners 3 Conductors, Semiconductors and Insulators 4 Sources and Characteristics of Electricity 5 Basic Electrical Units 6 Electric Connections 7 Simple, Series and Parallel Circuits 8 Measuring Voltage, Current and Resistance 9 Ohm's Law 10 Circuit Conductors and Wire Sizes 11 Resistors 12 Electricity and Magnetism 13 Relays 14 Circuit Protection Devices 15 Electric Power and Energy 16 Overview of Electrical Circuits and Systems Part II Direct Current (DC) Circuits 17 Solving the DC Series Circuit 18 Solving the DC Parallel Circuit 19 Solving the DC Series-Parallel Circuit 20 Network Theorems Part III Alternating Current (AC) Circuits 21 Direct Current and Alternating Current 22 Inductance and Capacitance 23 Resistive, Inductive and Capacitive (RLC) Circuits in Series 24 Resistive, Inductive and Capacitive (RLC) Circuits in Parallel 25 Transformers

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Essentials of Electronics

· Petruzella · Second Edition, © 2001 · Grades 10-12

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Basic Electronics

· Schultz · Tenth Edition, © 2007

Table of Contents

Safety Instruments, Tools, and Fasteners Conductors, Semiconductors, and Insulators Sources and Characteristics of Electricity Basic Electrical Units Electric Connections Simple, Series, and Parallel Circuits Measuring Voltage, Current, and Resistance Circuit Conductors and Wire Sizes Resistors Ohm's Law Solving the Series Circuit Solving the Parallel Circuit Solving the Series-Parallel Circuit Magnetism Electromagnetism; Batteries Circuit Protection Devices Electric Power; Electric Energy Direct Current and Alternating Current Low Voltage Signal Systems Residential Wiring Requirements and Devices Residential Branch Circuit Wiring Appliance Cords and Connections Lighting Equipment Electric Motors Relays Motor Controls Inductance and Capacitance Transformers Signal Sources Printed Circuits Electronic Test Instruments Semiconductor Diodes Power Supplies; Transistors Transistor Switching, Amplification, and Oscillation Circuits Thyristors: the SCR and Triac Integrated Circuits (Ics) Digital Fundamentals The Microcomputer Circuit Theorems Principles of AC Circuits

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rob's Basic Electronics, tenth edition, covers the fundamentals of electricity and electronics. This highly practical approach combines clear, carefully-laid-out explanations of key topics with good, worked-out examples and problems to solve. Review problems that follow each section reinforce the material just completed, making this a very student-friendly text.

Table of Contents

Electricity Resistors Ohm's Law Series Circuits Parallel Circuits Series-Parallel Circuits Voltage Dividers and Current Dividers Direct-Current Meters Kirchhoff's Laws Network Theorems Conductors and Insulators Batteries Magnetism Electromagnetism Alternating Voltage and Current Capacitance Capacitive Reactance Capacitive Circuits Inductance Inductive Reactance Inductive Circuits RC and L/R Time Constants Alternating Current Circuits Complex Numbers for AC Circuits Resonance Filters Semiconductor Diodes: Theory and Applications Bipolar Junction Transistors Transistor Amplifiers Field Effect Transistors Power Amplifiers Thyristors Operational Amplifiers

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Digital Electronics

Principles and Applications

· Tokheim · Seventh Edition, © 2008

Welding

Principles & Practices

· Sacks, Bohnart · © 2005

his is a concise and practical text that prepares students for entry-level electronics jobs. Its level and approach are ideal for both electronics and electricity programs looking for a relatively short, applied book. The seventh edition has been updated, with new coverage of microcontrollers, memory, and interfacing.

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elding: Principles & Practices is an easily understood text that will give students solid background in the basic principles and practices of welding. It introduces the fundamental theory of the welding process (gas, arc, semi-automatic, automatic, and robotic welding) and then provides practice jobs so students develop manipulative skills. Metals and their welding characteristics, safety practices, welding symbols, and the fundamentals of print reading are all covered.

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Comprehensive content meets up-to-date American Welding Society (AWS) Standards for AWS Certification. Students learn fundamental welding theory, then practice their skills in JOBS provided in the text. Includes updated technology, codes and specifications. Includes Internet Activities in each Chapter Review. NEW! Instructor Productivity CD-ROM includes Instruction Plans in Microsoft Word®, PowerPoint® slides for each chapter and ExamView® Pro Test Generator.

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Electronics

Principles and Applications

· Schuler · Seventh Edition, © 2008

concise, practical introduction to analog devices, circuits and systems that combines theory with real-world applications in a well-paced sequence. It introduces students to such topics as semiconductors, op amps, linear integrated circuits, switching power supplies, electronic communications devices and DSP. The text prepares students to effectively diagnose, repair, verify, and install electronic circuits and systems, without excessive theory.

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Machining and CNC Technology

· Fitzpatrick · © 2005 · Grades 10-12

High-Performance Manufacturing

Portable Production Skills

· Manufacturing Skill Standards Council (MSSC) · © 2006, Grade 12

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achining and CNC Technology fully integrates CNC concepts throughout. This is an introductory machine tools text that assumes students have had no previous machining instruction. Part I discusses the basics of stepping into an integrated manufacturing world. In Part II students learn to safely set up and run manually operated equipment, always with the goal of transferring their skills to CNC. In Part III students learn the complete management of CNC machines including setups, safe operation, faultless program tryout and program writing, both with command codes and using CAM. CAD/CAM exercises are provided on CD, using Mastercam® software (student version). Finally Part IV focuses on the future highlighting technologies that have changed, and will continue to change, our manufacturing world.

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Each chapter ends with a full page of MSSC Certification Test Prep practice items. MSSC Certification cuts across all 14 manufacturing subindustries.

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Unit 1: The World of Manufacturing 1 Careers in Manufacturing 2 Trends in Manufacturing 3 Inside the Manufacturing Workplace Unit 2: A Safe & Productive Workplace 4 Safety Practices 5 Communication Skills 6 Teamwork Skills 7 Meeting Customer Needs Unit 3: Producing Products 8 Production Basics 9 Production Materials 10 Production Processes 11 Tool & Equipment Operation 12 Production Planning & Work Flow 13 Production Components 14 Controlling & Documenting Production 15 Packaging & Distributing Products Unit 4: Quality Management 16 Continuous Improvement 17 Inspection & Auditing 18 Preventive & Corrective Actions

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Precision Engineering

· Venkatesh, Izman · © 2008

he book provides clear explanations of precision engineering fundamentals, the theory and design of precision machines, and the mechanics of ultra-precise machining. Filled with over 200 skills-building illustrations, this vital resource examines topics such as timely information on the tool materials for precision machining, the mechanics of materials cutting, advances in precision grinding, ultra-precision machine elements, rolling element, hydrodynamic, and hydrostatic bearings, gas lubricated bearings, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), and much more.

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Technology of Machine Tools

· Krar · Sixth Edition, © 2005

Troubleshooting and Repair of Diesel Engines

· Dempsey · © 2008

his introductory machine tools text trains students to use conventional machine tools and introduces them to new and emerging manufacturing technologies and processes.

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Student Workbook with CD-ROM includes project assignments that can be completed using Denford CAD/CAM software Instructor's Manual with Instructor Productivity CD-ROM provides answers to chapter-review questions and workbook questions and tests. It also includes guides for grading student projects, information on manufacturing trends, and sources of instructional aids, multimedia instructions, and Internet links. CD-ROM includes: examples of CAD/CAM software, PowerPoint® presentations, and ExamView Pro® test generator.

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Introduction to Machine Tools Machine Trade Opportunities Safety Job Planning Measurement Layout Tools and Procedures Hand Tools and Bench Work Metal-Cutting Technology Metal-Cutting Saws Drilling Machines The Lathe 12 Milling Machines 13 The Jig Borer and Jig Grinder 14 Computer-Age Machining 15 Grinding 16 Metallurgy 17 Hydraulics 18 Special Processes Glossary Appendix Index

ritten by master mechanic and bestselling author Paul Dempsey, this hands-on resource covers new engine technology, electronic engine management, biodiesel fuels, and emissions controls. The book also contains cutting-edge information on diagnostics, fuel systems, mechanical and electronic governors, cylinder heads and valves, engine mechanics, turbochargers, electrical basics, starters and generators, cooling systems, exhaust aftertreatment, and more. Packed with over 350 drawings, schematics, and photographs, the updated Troubleshooting and Repairing Diesel Engines features: New material on biodiesel and straight vegetable oil fuels Intensive reviews of troubleshooting procedures New engine repair procedures and tools State-of-the-art turbocharger techniques A comprehensive new chapter on troubleshooting and repairing electronic engine management systems A new chapter on the worldwide drive for greener, more environmentally friendly diesels

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Foreword 1 Rudolf Diesel 2 Diesel Basics 3 Engine Installation 4 Basic Troubleshooting 5 Mechanical Fuel Systems 6 Electronic Management Ststems 7 Cylinder Heads and Valves 8 Engine Mechanics 9 Air Systems 10 Electrical Fundamentals 11 Starting and Generating Systems 12 Cooling systems 13 Greener Diesels Index

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Automotive Excellence

· Third Edition, © 2007 · Grades 10-12

Table of Contents: Volume 2

Automotive Technician's Handbook 1 The Automotive Industry 2 Automotive Safety Practices 3 Automotive Tools & Equipment Engine Repair 1 Piston Engine Operation 2 Diagnosing & Repairing Cooling and Lubricating Systems 3 Diagnosing Engine Problems 4 Engine Removal, Disassembly, and Cleaning 5 Inspecting & Measuring Engine Components 6 Servicing Cylinder Heads 7 Servicing the Block Assembly 8 Engine Assembly and Installation Heating & Air Conditioning 1 Heating and Air Conditioning Operation 2 Diagnosing & Repairing Heating and Engine Cooling Systems 3 Diagnosing Air Conditioning Systems 4 Recovery & Recharging Air Conditioning Systems 5 Repairing Air Conditioning Systems 6 Diagnosing & Repairing Control Systems Automatic Transmission & Transaxle 1 Transmission and Transaxle Fundamentals 2 Diagnosing & Repairing Torque Converters and Gear Trains 3 Hydraulic Principles 4 Diagnosing & Repairing Hydraulic Control Systems 5 Diagnosing & Repairing Apply Components 6 Diagnosing & Repairing Electronic Controls 7 Rebuilding an Automatic Transmission or Transaxle Manual Drive Train & Axles 1 Diagnosing & Repairing Clutch Systems 2 Diagnosing & Repairing Rear-Wheel-Drive Manual Transmissions 3 Diagnosing & Repairing Rear-Wheel-Drive Drivelines 4 Diagnosing & Repairing Manual Transaxles 5 Diagnosing & Repairing Front-Wheel-Drive Drivelines 6 Diagnosing & Repairing Four-Wheel-Drive Drivelines

Automotive Excellence, Volume 1 *Student Edition (Hardcover) *Technical Applications *Automotive Excellence Volumes 1 & 2 Academic Applications Student Package Academic Applications, IAE (Volumes 1 & 2) Instructor Resource CD-ROM with PowerPoint and ExamView Automotive Excellence Volume 1 Vocabulary Puzzlemaker CD-ROM * included in Student Package Automotive Excellence, Volume 2, *Student Edition (Hardcover) *Technical Applications *Automotive Excellence Volumes 1 & 2, Academic Applications Student Package Academic Applications, IAE (Volumes 1 & 2) Instructor Resource CD-ROM with PowerPoint and ExamView Automotive Excellence Volume 2, Vocabulary Puzzlemaker CD-ROM *included in Student Package For ©2004 edition, see page 32.

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Focuses education and training on the technical skills and the correlated communication, math, and science knowledge needed to enter the changing workforce. Automotive Technicians Handbook addresses ASE certification, the automotive industry, safety practices, and tools and equipment Safety First highlights issues that warrant concern about safety on the job Academic Applications contain over 200 application activities that apply, expand and integrate students' Math, Science, and Communication knowledge. Technical Applications for each volume reinforces the diagnostic and repair skills that will lead to your students to success. Over 60 diagnostic sheets ask students to identify possible causes and corrective actions. Over 400 job sheets allow students to apply their mechanical aptitude by following step-by-step instructions to diagnose and repair vehicles.

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Automotive Technician's Handbook 1 The Automotive Industry 2 Automotive Safety Practices 3 Automotive Tools & Equipment Brakes 1 Brake System Operation 2 Diagnosing & Repairing the Hydraulic System 3 Diagnosing & Repairing Drum Brakes 4 Diagnosing & Repairing Disc Brakes 5 Diagnosing & Repairing Power Boosters 6 Diagnosing & Repairing Parking Brakes 7 Diagnosing & Repairing Anti-Lock Brakes Electrical & Electronic Systems 1 Electrical System Operation 2 Diagnosing & Servicing the Battery 3 Diagnosing & Repairing the Starting System 4 Diagnosing & Repairing the Charging System 5 Diagnosing & Repairing Lighting Systems 6 Diagnosing & Repairing Accessory and Safety Systems Engine Performance 1 Piston Engine Performance 2 Diagnosing Engine Mechanical Problems 3 Computerized Engine Controls 4 Diagnosing & Repairing Ignition Systems 5 Diagnosing & Repairing Air Induction Systems 6 Diagnosing & Repairing Fuel Systems 7 Using Computer Diagnostics 8 Diagnosing & Repairing Emission Control Systems Suspension & Steering 1 Diagnosing & Repairing Tires and Wheels 2 Diagnosing & Repairing Steering Systems 3 Diagnosing & Repairing Suspension Systems 4 Diagnosing , Adjusting, & Repairing Wheel Alignment

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The Effective Nursing Assistant

· © 2007 · Grades 10-12

Health Care Science Technology

Career Foundations

· Booth, RN, MS · © 2004

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Chapter Openers clearly list objectives and define the vocabulary terms for that chapter. Safety First features emphasize the information students need to keep themselves and their patient's safe. Focus On features provide information on relevant issues and encourage critical thinking. Vital Skills features help students build reading, writing, math and communication skills in the context of Chapter Content.

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ealth Care Science Technology: Career Foundations provides a firm foundation for the skills needed for health-related careers, such as teamwork and communications, and for specific jobs within career clusters, such as medical assisting or pharmacy technician.

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Safety features provide important information concerning safety on the job and preventing the spread of infection. Preventative Care and Wellness features emphasize the importance of the health care worker maintaining a healthy life style. Each section within the chapters ends with a section review and Mini Lab to check students' understanding of chapter material. End-of-chapter Review and Activities sections include Summary, Review Questions, Critical Thinking Case Studies, Lab Activities, and Internet Activities.

Table of Contents

Unit 1: Health Care Workplace Basics 1 The Nursing Assistant 2 Workplaces in the Health Care Industry 3 Getting a Job as a Nursing Assistant 4 Legal Rights and Ethics 5 Patient Needs 6 Safety 7 Vital Signs Unit 2 The Human Body 8 Human Growth and Development 9 Health and the Human Body 10 Anatomy and Physiology 11 Infection Control and Standard Precautions Unit 3 Medical Communication 12 Medical Terminology 13 Observing, Reporting, and Recording Unit 4 Patient Care 14 Care of the Patient's Room 15 Admission, Transfer, and Discharge 16 Body Mechanics 17 Emergency Care 18 Examinations and Therapies 19 Elimination and Sample Collection 20 Caring for the Surgical Patient 21 Patient Rehabilitation Unit 5 Long-Term Care 22 Personal Care in a Long-Term Care Facility 23 Caring for Patients with Chronic Illnesses 24 Assisting the Elderly in Long-Term Care Unit 6 Home and Special Care 25 Home Health Care 26 Nutrition 27 Understanding Mental Health 28 Nursing Assistant Specialties 29 Caring for the Terminally Ill 30 Death and Postmortem Care

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Unit 1: Health Care Foundations 1 Health Career Clusters 2 Health Care Systems 3 Safety and Infection Control Practices 4 First Aid and CPR 5 Medical Terminology 6 Anatomy and Physiology 7 Human Growth and Development 8 Nutrition 9 Vital Signs 10 Pharmacology 11 Legal and Ethical Responsibilities 12 Employability Skills Unit 2: Careers in Therapeutic Services 13 Emergency Medical Services 14 Nursing 15 Physician's Office 16 Mental Health 17 Pharmacy 18 Respiratory 19 Rehabilitation 20 Sports Medicine 21 Alternative Medicine 22 Dental 23 Animal Health Unit 3: Careers in Diagnostic Services 24 Medical Laboratory 25 Medical Testing 26 Radiology 27 Ophthalmic Unit 4: Careers in Health Informatics 28 Medical Office 29 Health Information Unit 5: Careers in Support Services 30 Biomedical Technology 31 Central Supply/Processing 32 Dietetics

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Life-Span Development

Third Canadian Edition

· John Santrock, University of Texas at Dallas, Anne MacKenzie-Rivers, George Brown College, Kwan Ho Leung, George Brown College, Thomas Malcomson, George Brown College,· © 2008, Grade 12

Child & Adult Care Professionals

· Stephens · © 2004 · Grade 12

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his new edition incorporates Canadian research and Canadian developmental contexts. Students benefit from balanced coverage of all stages of the life-span, Santrock's trademark accessible writing style, and strong coverage of cultural diversity and the Canadian mosaic. Chapter opening vignettes, new Spotlight boxes on Research and Policy, Sociocultural Worlds of Development boxes, and Critical Thinking boxes reinforce and enhance the text's emphasis on both theory and practice in the field of life-span development.

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Success on the job Intergenerational Interactions Ethics in Action Illustrations and charts

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Child Development Principles Adult Development Principles Human Services Careers Employability Skills Professional Skills Health & Safety Observation Skills Abuse & Neglect Schedules & Routines Meeting Nutritional Needs Guiding Behavior Appropriate Environments Appropriate Equipment & Materials 14 Quality Early Childhood Programs 15 Quality Adult Care Programs 16 Intergenerational Care Programs 17 Family Involvement in Care 18 Caring for Infants 19 Caring for Toddlers 20 Caring for Preschoolers 21 Caring for School-Age Children 22 Caring for Special Needs Children 23 Caring for Older Adults 24 Approaches to Teaching & Learning 25 Language Arts & Social Studies 26 Math & Science Explorations 27 Movement & Drama Activities 28 Art & Music Experiences

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Section 1: The Life-Span Developmental Perspective Introduction: The Life-Span Perspective 1 Foundations of Life-Span Development 2 Prominent Approaches in Life-Span Development Section 2: Beginnings 3 Biological Beginnings 4 Prenatal Development and Birth Section 3: Infancy 5 Physical and Cognitive Development in Infancy 6 Socio-emotional Development in Infancy Section 4: Early Childhood 7 Physical and Cognitive Development in Early Childhood 8 Socio-emotional Development in Early Childhood Section 5: Middle and Late Childhood 9 Physical and Cognitive Development in Middle and Late Childhood 10 Socio-emotional Development in Middle and Late Childhood Section 6: Adolescence 11 Physical and Cognitive Development in Adolescence 12 Socio-emotional Development in Adolescence Section 7: Early Adulthood 13 Physical and Cognitive Development in Early Adulthood 14 Socio-emotional Development in Early Adulthood Section 8: Middle Adulthood 15 Physical and Cognitive Development in Middle Adulthood 16 Socio-emotional Development in Middle Adulthood Section 9: Late Adulthood 17 Physical and Cognitive Development in Late Adulthood 18 Socio-emotional Development in Late Adulthood Section 10: Endings 19 Death and Grieving

Student Edition (Softcover, 672 pages) Instructor's CD-ROM (includes IM, CTB, PPT) For current pricing call 1-800-565-5758. 9780070764194 9780070735842

Student Text (688 pages) Lab Manual Lab Manual, Instructor Annotated Edition Instructor Resource Guide Student Motivation Kit Effective Instruction CD-ROM *Activity Cards for Children *Activity Cards for Older Adults *included in the Student Motivation Kit.

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Hole's

Human Anatomy and Physiology

· Shier, Butler, Lewis · Twelfth Edition, © 2010

Anatomy and Physiology Revealed

CD-ROM Set

· Medical College of Ohio · Second Edition, © 2008

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Balanced approach to in-text applications includes new technology or experiments, changes in organ structure or function, and diseaserelated clinical material. Easy-to-understand illustrations help break down difficult concepts

natomy & Physiology Revealed allows students to partake in an interactive dissection of a human cadaver. Structures can be pinned and labelled, just like in a real dissection lab. Each labelled structure is accompanied by detailed information and an audio pronunciation.

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Unit 1: Levels of Organization Unit 2: Support and Movement Unit 3: Integration and Coordinatoin Unit 4: Transport Unit 5: Absorption and Excretion Unit 6: The Human Life Cycle

Entering the World of Work

· Kimbrell, Vineyard · Fourth Edition, © 2006 · Grades 6-12

www.mhhe.com/shier12

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ntering the World of Work is aimed at career preparation classes. It is designed for use in integrated classrooms. Reading skills and math are the focus of the program.

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Part 1: Planning Your Career 1 You and Work 2 Understanding Yourself 3 Exploring Careers 4 Making Career Decisions 5 Exploring Education Part 2: Getting the Job You Want 6 Finding the Right Job 7 Applying for a Job 8 Interview Success

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Part 3: Success on The Job 9 Your First Days on the Job 10 Safety on the Job 11 Getting Along With Others 12 Being a Valuable Employee Part 4: Skills for Everyday Living 13 Your Paycheck and Your Taxes 14 Managing Your Money 15 Using Technology 16 Planning Your Future

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Culinary Essentials

· Johnson & Wales University · Third Edition, © 2010 · Grades 10-12

Hospitality and Tourism Marketing

· © 2006 · Grades 10-12

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ulinary Essentials offers all the ingredients for a successful food service training program.

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What are Hospitality and Tourism? Business and Economics The Restaurant Business The Hotel Business The Tourism Business Destination Marketing Sports & Entertainment Event Management The Marketing Environment

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A new hands-on approach includes unit-length Culinary Projects and chapter-based Certification Prep activities, Culinary Lab applications, and step-by-step illustrations Reading strategies, study tools, writing practice, and extensive vocabulary development

Market Information and Research Designing Products Pricing Products Distribution Promoting Hospitality and Tourism Hospitality and Tourism Management Careers in Hospitality & Tourism Finding A Job

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Unit 1: Culinary Safety 1 Safety and Sanitation Principles 2 HACCP Applications Unit 2: The Foodservice Industry 3 Foodservice Career Opportunities 4 Becoming a Culinary Professional 5 Customer service 6 The Dining Experience Unit 3: Quality Foodservice Practices 7 Foodservice Management 8 Standards, Regulations, and Laws Unit 4: The Professional Kitchen 9 Equipment and Technology 10 Knives and Smallwares 11 Culinary Nutrition 12 Creating Menus 13 Using Standardized Recipes 14 Cost Control Techniques Unit 5: Culinary Applications 15 Cooking Techniques 16 Seasonings and Flavorings 17 Breakfast Cookery 18 Garde Manger Basics 19 Sandwiches and Appetizers 20 Stocks, Sauces, and Soups 21 Fish and Shellfish 22 Poultry Cookery 23 Meat Cookery 24 Pasta and Grains 25 Fruits, Vegetables, and Legumes Unit 6: Baking and Pastry Applications 26 Baking Techniques 27 Yeast Breads and Rolls 28 Quick Breads 29 Desserts

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Culinary Essentials

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Food for Today

Revised First Canadian Edition

· Canadian Senior Author: Jane Witte · Authors: Lisa O'Leary-Reesor, Helen Miller, Zita Bersenas-Cers · US Edition Author: Helen Kowtaluk · First Canadian Edition, © 2008 · Grades 9-10

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Unit 4: Achieving Wellness 17 Changing Perceptions of Beauty 18 Recognizing Unhealthy Eating Patterns 19 Achieving a Healthy Body Weight 20 Reducing Fat in Your Diet 21 Strategies for Achieving Well-Being Unit 5: Food from Canadian and Global Perspectives 22 Our Aboriginal Food Heritage 23 Canada's Regional Foods 24 Canadian Food Supply and Production 25 Investigating World Hunger 26 Staple Foods of the World 27 Diversity in Food Unit 6: Issues and Trends in Food and Nutrition 28 Nutritional Status of Canadians 29 Trends in Food Preparation and Consumption in Canada 30 World Cuisines 31 Factors Affecting Food Production and Supply 32 Food Security and Hunger Glossary/Appendix/Index

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nly McGraw-Hill Ryerson can cook up a Canadian foods text with updated information that meets the expectations of your Ontario and Newfoundland curricula, for Food and Nutrition courses. This tempting format will develop an appetite for learning with colourful and inviting illustrations. This text goes beyond the basics of nutrition, consumer skills, and food preparation to include coverage of food science, global food supply, safety, wellness, and more.

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Includes Canada's new food guides, Eating Well with Canada's Food Guide and Eating Well with Canada's Food Guide, First Nations, Inuit and Métis. Updated to include Canadian safety laws and hazard information, statistics and content. Includes contemporary Canadian issues such as First Nations and cultural foods, nutrition for athletes, biotechnology, and genetically engineered foods. Text specific website will include Canadian food and nutrition website connections, Canadian resources and appendices, and recipes that use metric quantities. Unit 6: Issues and Trends in Food and Nutrition has ample information needed to cover senior level Ontario and Newfoundland Food and Nutrition Sciences courses. Delicious, easy-to-follow recipes emphasize the latest nutrition guidelines.

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Food for Today

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A World Atlas of Food

· © 2006

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Unit 1: Our Food Choices 1 Our Food Needs 2 Why People Eat the Foods They Do 3 The Effects of Childhood Eating Patterns 4 Food Marketing 5 Career Opportunities Unit 2: Food Needs of Individuals and Families 6 Kitchen Know-How 7 At Home in the Kitchen 8 A Cook's Book 9 Meal Planning and Management 10 Shopping Smart Unit 3: Nutrition, Health, and Well-Being 11 Nutrient Wise 12 Nutritious Meals 13 Personal Eating Habits 14 Diet, Lifestyle, and Health 15 Food Marketing and Advertising 16 Food Additives

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Food and Nutrition Sciences Lab Manual

Revised First Canadian Edition

· Michelyn Putignano, Karen Wilson · © 2008

Food Science

The Biochemistry of Food and Nutrition

· Mehas, Rodgers · © 2006, Grades 9-12

his fully Canadian food and nutrition science lab manual teaches students social science research methods as they study the nutritional, psychological, social, cultural, and global factors that influence people's food choices. The lab manual combined with the information covered in Unit 6 of Food for Today, Revised First Canadian Edition will cover senior level Food and Nutrition Science courses in Ontario and Newfoundland, 100%.

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n Food Science: The Biochemistry of Food and Nutrition, students learn to use the scientific method as they study the biological and chemical basis of food and nutrition. The text combines scientific principles with real-life applications of food preparation and nutrition. It is a class that might be taught by the Family and Consumer Sciences teacher, a Science teacher, or by the two together.

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Students learn to apply scientific principles to food and nutrition as they explore foods and nutrition using basic science equipment. Students focus on measurement, the use of lab equipment, and develop laboratory writing, problem solving, and reasoning skills. A strong illustration program is inviting to today's visually oriented student. Food Science Career pages introduce students to 28 food science career opportunities. The flexible text format is adaptable to a one or two semester course.

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200 pages of reproducible masters. Reflects changes to the new Canada's food guide: Eating Well with Canada's Food Guide. Each unit begins with a Diagnostic Quiz, Unit Planner, Study Guide, Issues and a Social Science Research activity. Each unit ends with a Unit Test, and a Four-Part Course Culminating Activity. Careers in Food and Nutrition feature focuses on Canadian careers in food and nutrition sciences areas. Labs are suitable for the family studies lab and do not require expensive science equipment or space. Contains Canadian references, data, laws and regulations, and metric measurements. Enhanced teacher instruction on set-up and delivery of food sciences lab. Assessment and instructions geared to the Ontario and Newfoundland curricula. Answer Key contains answers to questions in Student Workbook. For more information on Food for Today, Revised First Canadian Edition, please refer to page 20.

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Unit 1: The World of Food Science 1 What Is Food Science? 2 Why Study Food Science? Unit 2: The Food Science Lab 3 Safety and Sanitation 4 The Scientific Method 5 Measurement 6 The Sensory Evaluation of Food Unit 3: Chemistry Foundations 7 Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures 8 Chemical Reactions and Physical Changes 9 Water 10 Acids and Bases 11 Energy Unit 4: The Science of Nutrition 12 Nutrition Basics 13 Digestion 14 Metabolism 15 Carbohydrates 16 Lipids 17 Protein 18 Vitamins and Minerals Unit 5: The Chemistry of Food 19 Enzymes 20 Solutions and Colloidal Dispersions 21 Leavening Agents 22 The Fermentation of Food 23 The Biochemistry of Milk 24 Food Additives Unit 6: The Microbiology of Food Processing 25 Keeping Food Safe 26 The Dehydration of Food 27 The Canning of Food 28 Food Preservation Technology

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Introduction Unit 1: Nutrition and Well-Being Unit 2: Nutrition Throughout the Life Cycle Unit 3: Canada and the Global Food Supply Unit 4: Contemporary Issues in Food

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Food, Nutrition and Wellness

· Duyff · © 2010

NEW EDITION OF Discovering Food and Nutrition AND Nutrition and Wellness COMBINES BOTH TITLES INTO ONE PROGRAM

Unit 8: Learning About Foods 24 Grains 25 Vegetables 26 Fruit 27 Milk 28 Meat, Poultry, and Fish 29 Eggs, Beans, and Nuts 30 Fats and Oils Unit 9: Combination Foods 31 Salads 32 Quick and Yeast breads 33 Mixed Foods and Snacks 34 Desserts

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ood, Nutrition and Wellness motivates students to develop responsible eating and fitness habits.

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NEW Academic Integration includes: Writing Activity, Science in Action, Reading Guide, Math in Action, My Journal and Standardized test practice NEW Focus Project-based learning Thematic Project and Project checklist in every unit NEW Focus develop Real-World Skills and Applications All-new content, examples, illustrations and activities Based on the latest nutrition science and research Focuses on nutrition basics, food prep, and kitchen basics (including a strong focus on safety and sanitation) Illustrates food prep process step-by-step Expanded information on International and cultural foods

Previous Edition

Discovering Food and Nutrition

· Helen Kowtaluk · © 2005 · Grades 8-10 Student Text 0078616824 $55.95 Student Workbook 0078616832 $14.15 Teacher's Resource Guide 0078616859 $109.95 Student Workbook TAE 0078616840 $36.65 Transparency Package 007861693X $216.65 Student Motivation Kit* 0078616867 $124.10 Effective Instruction CD-ROM 0078616921 $272.95 Puzzlemaker CD-ROM 0078616913 $133.30 * Student Motivation Kit includes Foods Labs & Recipes, Food Activities & Projects, Careers in Foods, Nutrition & Wellness, Applied Math Activities

Table of Contents

Unit 1: Choose Wellness 1 Wellness and Food Choices 2 Physical Fitness and Active Living Unit 2: The World of Food 3 Food and Culture 4 Food and the Marketplace Unit 3 Food and Kitchen Safety 5 Food Safety and Sanitation 6 Kitchen safety Unit 4: Food and Your Body 7 Nutrients: From Food to You 8 Dietary Guidelines 9 MyPyramid and You Unit 5: Nutrition for Life 10 Choices for Your Healthy Weight 11 Fuel Up for Sports 12 Nutrition Throughout the Life Cycle 13 Vegetarian Choices 14 Special Health Concerns Unit 6: Smart Food Choices 15 Consumer Issues: Fact vs. Fiction 16 Planning Nutritious Meals and Snacks 17 Shopping for Food 18 Eating Well When Away from Home Unit 7: From Kitchen to Table 19 Kitchen Equipment 20 Skills for Preparing Flavorful Food 21 Cooking Basics 22 Organizing the Kitchen 23 Serving a Meal

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Nutrition and Wellness

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Food for Life

· Witte · Second Edition · © 2008 · Grades 7-10

Teacher's Resource includes:

Binder with teacher notes and planning charts CD-ROM with modifiable line masters as well as an electronic version of binder content Image bank on CD-ROM containing all student text images Access to ongoing student and teacher support through Food for Life's Online Learning Centre

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cGraw-Hill Ryerson is meeting the needs of Canadian junior high school students and teachers with an ALL NEW food and nutrition textbook for intermediate grades. Its highly visual, easy-to-read format and mouth-watering colours will draw students into learning how dietary and physical activity requirements can contribute to their life-long health and well-being. Special features will inform them of the history of food and health issues, suggest possible careers in food-related areas, and generate excitement about trying out new recipes.

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Includes the new Canada's Food Guide for Healthy Eating as well as the first national First Nations, Inuit, and Métis food guide. Attends to today's students' dietary needs by highlighting grains and vegetables as well as serving sizes. Recognizes Canada's multicultural population by focusing on the contributions of various heritages, customs, and cuisines. Addresses the dietary needs of athletes, vegetarians, and people with allergies or other health concerns. Features a "Connecting to the Community" activity in which students access people, electronic, and print resources in their communities to discover more about food, nutrition, and health-related topics. Teaches students how to navigate through and comprehend a variety of text formats in Literacy in Your Life. Provides historical glimpses into such diverse things as food-processing methods, the evolution of body image, medicinal remedies, and natural housecleaning products in Historical Perspectives. Spotlights issues related to nutrition, health, and lifestyle in Healthy Living, Asks students to consider topics and come to their own conclusions about them in Thinking Critically. Offers Web sites for students to access further information on topics related to the text. Supplies delicious and nutritious recipes for the students to try in the food and nutrition classroom as well as at home. Offers cautionary tips on safety issues relating to school, home, or the workplace. Spotlights people with exciting careers in food and nutrition related industries.

Unit 1: Influences on Food Choices and Food Patterns 1 Understanding Personal Food Choices 2 Influences on Food Patterns and Customs 3 Food Traditions and Etiquette Unit 2: Making Healthy Food Choices 4 How the Body Uses Food 5 A Guide to Healthy Food Choices 6 Good Nutrition Throughout the Life Span 7 Living with Special Considerations 8 Body Image and Lifestyle Choices Unit 3: Kitchen Basics 9 Food Safety 10 Kitchen Safety 11 Kitchen Appliances, Equipment, and Tools 12 Kitchen Literacy/Numeracy Unit 4: Providing Healthy Food 13 Becoming a Wise Consumer 14 Meal Planning and Preparation Unit 5: Early Canadian, Regional, and Global Foods 15 Canadian Food Heritage 16 A Mosaic of Cuisines in Canada 17 Providing Food for Canadians

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An Introduction to Computer Science Using Java

· John Carter, University of Toronto · First Edition, © 2004

An Introduction to Computer Science Using C

· John Carter, University of Toronto, © 2008

n Introduction to Computer Science Using Java, 1e is written for students who are new to computer science. The text introduces students to the Java programming language and to techniques for problem-solving using a computer. Based on the idea that students learn how to program by writing their own programs, the text introduces programming almost immediately. Students will be able to write simple java programs after completing the second section of chapter one.

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n Introduction to Computer Science Using C is intended to provide students who are completely new to computer science with an introduction to the C programming language and techniques for problem-solving using a computer

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Table of Contents

Getting Started Programs that Calculate Decision Making Repetition Functions Arrays Strings Recursion Searching and Sorting Dynamic Data Structures

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Table of Contents

Getting Started Programs that Calculate Decision Making Repetition Methods Classes and Objects Object Interaction 8 9 10 11 12 13 Arrays Strings Searching and Sorting Recursion Dynamic Data Structures Graphical User Interfaces

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Introduction to Computer Science Using Java

· Liberty, Quirk, Weiss · © 2004

Programming in Visual Basic 2008

· Millspaugh · Seventh Edition, © 2009

C O M P UTE R P R O G R A M M I N G

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his colourful text, written specifically for high school students, provides a highly visual way of learning JAVA programming. An Advanced Placement correlation chart is provided in the student edition to help readers locate information that is relevant to the A exam, and "AP Exam Prep". Exercises throughout the book help students prepare for the AP test.

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rogramming in Visual Basic 2008 provides examples, feedback questions, and a full Hands On Programming Example and Case Studies and Exercises. Screen captures, step-by-step exercises, and thorough appendices help ensure understanding.

Table of Contents Table of Contents

Unit 1: Getting Started 1 Introduction 2 Your First Java Application 3 Classes and Class Members 4 Inside Class Methods 5 Program Structures Unit 2: Topics in ObjectOriented Programming 6 Event-Driven Programming 7 Object-Oriented Programming and Classes 8 Specialization and Inheritance 9 Interfaces

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Introduction to Visual Basic 2008 User Interface Design Variables, Constants, and Calculations Decisions and Conditions Menus, Common Dialog Boxes, Sub Procedures, and Function Procedures Multiform Projects Lists, Loops, and Printing Arrays Web Applications Database Applications Data Files OOP: Creating Object-Oriented Programs Graphics, Animation, Sound, and Drag-and-Drop Additional Topics in Visual Basic

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WEB DESIGN

Introduction to Web Design Using Microsoft FrontPage

· © 2005 · Grades 9-12

Introduction to Web Design Using Dreamweaver®

· © 2007 · Grades 9-12

lencoe's Introduction to Web Design Using Microsoft FrontPage provides students with step-by-step activities that teach the skills needed to plan and create websites. The text explains the core principles of good web design and illustrates how to develop sites that are informative, visually-appealing, and easy to navigate.

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Unit 1 The Fundamentals of Web Design 1 Web Basics 2 Computer Basics 3 Online Basics 4 HTML Basics Unit 2 Designing Web Sites 5 Planning a Web Site 6 Developing Text and Layout 7 Selecting Color and Design Unit 3 Enhancing a Web Site 8 Using Web Graphics 9 Adding Multimedia to a Web Site 10 Adding Interactivity to a Web Site Unit 4 The Web Site Development Process 11 Project Planning 12 Developing a Web Site 13 Adding Web Site Functionality 14 Publishing a Web Site 15 Maintaining a Web Site Unit 5 Advanced HTML 16 HTML Tables and Frames 17 HTML and Scripting

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ntroduction to Web Design Using Dreamweaver® provides students with step-by-step activities that teach the skills needed to plan and create websites. For use with Macromedia® Dreamweaver® MX 2004. Includes information about Web design principles and activities that involve Flash® and Fireworks® application skills.

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Unit 1: Fundamentals of Web Design 1 Web Basics 2 Computer Basics 3 Online Basics 4 HTML Basics Unit 2: Designing Web Sites 5 Planning a Web Site 6 Developing Content and Layout 7 Selecting Design and Color Unit 3: Enhancing a Web Site 8 Using Web Graphics 9 Adding Multimedia to a Web Site 10 Adding Interactivity to a Web Site Unit 4: The Web Site Development Process 11 Project Planning 12 Developing a Web Site 13 Adding Web Site Functionality 14 Publishing a Web Site 15 Maintaining a Web Site Unit 5: Advanced HTML 16 HTML Tables, Frames, and CSS 17 HTML, Scripting, and Interactivity

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Introduction to Desktop Publishing with Digital Graphics

· © 2008

E-Commerce

· Miles, Dolce · © 2006

E-C O M M E R C E | M U LTI M E D I A

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ntroduction to Desktop Publishing with Digital Graphics provides project-based instruction that gives students the skills needed for planning and creating desktop publishing documents. Presents secondary students with engaging, real-world projects for Microsoft Word, Microsoft Publisher, Adobe Photoshop, and Adobe Illustrator.

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Unit 1: Design with Word Unit 2: Design with Publisher Unit 3: Create Images with Photoshop Unit 4: Create Art with Illustrator Unit 5: Integrated Team Projects Project Management Create an Ad Campaign Technology Handbook

Worktext builds real-world activities right into the book. Complete coverage of Web site design. BusinessWeek Byte Excerpts from the world's most popular business magazine link the book content to the student experience Drill Down Timelines highlight inventions and innovations, and put e-commerce in an interesting historical context. Web Site Success Shows how real-world companies implement e-commerce. Academic Connection Student uses academic skills, such as reading, writing, math, and science, to resolve e-commerce questions. It's Your Project Unit labs take students through hands-on e-commerce projects.

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Introduction to Multimedia

· Solomon · Second Edition, © 2006 , Grades 9-12

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his complete guide describes types of multimedia productions, how multimedia affects society, and the components and tools that are used to produce a multimedia product. Independent and collaborative exercises promote an interactive learning environment.

Table of Contents

Exploring the World of Multimedia The Internet and Multimedia Multimedia and Society Hardware and Multimedia Operating Systems Software and Multimedia 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Text Graphics and Animation Audio Video The Multimedia Project Team Roles Anatomy of a Multimedia Project Multimedia Web Site Design

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Introduction to Networks and Networking

· © 2005 · Grades 9-12

iCheck Series

Microsoft Office 2003

Real World Applications

· © 2006

ntroduction to Networks and Networking is a complete guide that describes types of networks, how networking affects society, and the components and tools that are used to create networks in various business models. The student edition is filled with step-by-step exercises, standards-aligned content and activities, projects, crosscurricular exercises, feature articles, and career links. It provides your students with real-world explanations and approaches along with hands-on labs and purposeful projects. Hands-on Exercises and Projects provide abundant opportunities for students to demonstrate their understanding of 21st century concepts and skills. Companion Student Workbook and Lab Manual features career activities, study guides, labs, and case studies for students to extend their learning. Video Demonstrations and PowerPoint® Presentations help students understand and visualize the importance of networking topics. The program also includes a Teacher's Resource Manual that provides targeted professional development resources, course planning resources, lesson plans, scope-and-sequence outlines, grading rubrics, and assessments. The Teacher's Resource Manual includes a CD-ROM that features video demonstrations, PowerPoint® presentations, and ExamView testbanks. The book's comprehensive website includes interactive activities, self-assessments, video demonstrations, and resource links.

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he Microsoft Office 2003 program teaches the concepts and skills that high school students need to master Microsoft Office 2003. The Introductory book teaches skills covered by Microsoft Office Specialist certification. The Advanced book teaches skills that students need to become Word and Excel experts and Outlook specialists as well as provides advanced topics for Access and PowerPoint®. In addition, this series focuses on reinforcing basic language arts and mathematics skills needed to help students succeed both in the world of work and in institutions of higher learning. Step-by-step exercises teach students necessary Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint® skills.

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Table of Contents

Unit 1: Fundamentals of Networking 1 Networking Basics 2 Network Architecture and Topology 3 Modes of Transmission Unit 2: Local Area Networks 4 Network Hardware and Media 5 Network Models and Protocols 6 Networking Operating Systems and Software Unit 3: Wide Area Networks 7 Local Area Networks to Wide Area Networks 8 WAN Technologies 9 The Internet and the Web 10 The World Wide Web Unit 4: Network Design and Implementation 11 Network Planning and Design 12 Installing and Upgrading Networks 13 Network Maintenance and Security 14 Troubleshooting Networks

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iCheck Series

iCheck Series

C O M P UTE R A P P LI CATI O N S

Microsoft Office 2007

· © 2009

Microsoft Office 2007 Express

· © 2009

iCheck Microsoft Office 2007 is an engaging top-bound text which provides students with applications that apply to everyday life! Written specifically for high school students, this rigorous series provides extensive step-by-step exercises and projects that prepare students for MCAS certification. It is age-level and interest-level appropriate. The student edition includes integration of basic language arts and mathematics skills.

Table of Contents--Access Express

Access Basics Structure a Database Create Forms and Reports Enter and Organize Data Maximize Database Functions Manage Databases

Features

The only text with academic integration and reading strategies Strongly standards based Step-by-step project based approach ONLY Office applications text specifically developed for the secondary market Covers new MCAS (Microsoft Certified Applications Specialist) standards

Table of Contents--Word Express

Unit 1: Business and Personal Communication Create a Format Format Content Use Word Tools Manage Lengthy Documents Columns, Tables and Graphics Collaborate with Others Unit 2: Advanced Business Communication Format Content Organize Content Format Documents Collaborate and Customize

Table of Contents

Unit 1: Word 2007: Business and Personal Communication Lesson 1: Creating a Document Lesson 2: Formatting Content Lesson 3: Using Word Tools Lesson 4: Formatting and Managing Documents Lesson 5: Columns, Tables, and Graphics Lesson 6: Collaborating With Others Unit 2: Excel 2007: Business and Personal Finance Lesson 1: Excel Basics Lesson 2: Creating Data and Content Lesson 3: Formatting Data and Content Lesson 4: Analyzing Data Lesson 5: Managing Workbooks Unit 3: Access 2007: Using Databases Lesson 1: Access Basics Lesson 2: Structuring Databases Lesson 3: Entering and Organizing Data Lesson 4: Managing Databases Unit 4: PowerPoint© 2007: The Power of Presentations Lesson 1: PowerPoint© Basics Lesson 2: Creating Content and Collaborating with Others Lesson 3: Formatting Content Lesson 4: Managing and Delivering Presentations

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Table of Contents--PowerPoint Express

Unit 1: The Power of Presentation PowerPoint ® Basics Create Content and Collaborate Format Content Manage Presentations Unit 2: Advanced Presentation Features Advanced Content and Formatting Advanced Presentation Skills

Table of Contents--Excel Express

Unit 1: Business and Personal Finances Excel Basics Create Data and Content Format Data and Content Analyze Data Manage Workbooks Unit 2: Advanced Business Finances Organize Data Analyze Data Format Data and Content Collaborate with Others Manage Data and Workbooks

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Peter Norton's

Introduction to Computers

· Norton · Sixth Edition, © 2006

Computer Concepts in Action

· Glencoe · Second Edition, © 2009

Table Of Contents

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Introducing Computer Systems Presenting the Internet Interacting with Your Computer Seeing, Hearing, and Printing Data Processing Data Storing Data Using Operating Systems Working with Application Software Networks 10 Working in the Online World 11 Database Management 12 Development of Information Systems 13 Software Programming and Development 14 Protecting Your Privacy, Your Computer, and Your Data Appendix A: The History of Microcomputers Appendix B: Answers to Self-Checks

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lencoe's Computer Concepts in Action new revised edition is designed for Microsoft Office 2007 and Windows Vista. It is written specifically to meet the needs of secondary students and teachers and meets IC3 Standards. This highly visual text teaches essential computer concepts and skills through hands-on activities and projects. Concepts, such as ethics, careers, hardware, and software applications, the Internet, and e-commerce, are taught using high-interest topics and real-world scenarios that are designed to engage students.

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Peter Norton's

Computing Fundamentals

· Norton · Sixth Edition, © 2006

Previous Edition

Computer Concepts in Action

· Haag · © 2006 · Grades 9-12 Student Edition Teacher Resource Manual with CD-ROM ExamView Pro Testmaker CD-ROM 0078612357 0078739268 0078728754 $71.53 $110.46 $216.65

Table of Contents

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Introducing Computer Systems Presenting the Internet Interacting with Your Computer Seeing, Hearing, and Printing Data Processing Data Storing Data Using Operating Systems 8 Working with Application Software 9 Networks 10 Working in the Online World 11 Development of Information Systems 12 Protecting Your Privacy, Your Computer, and Your Data

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Glencoe Keyboarding

with Computer Applications

· Johnson, Stanley, Chiris, Cotton · © 2007

Cortez Peters'

K EYB OA R D I N G

Championship Keyboarding Drills

· Peters · Fourth Edition, © 2005

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ll elements, including the courseware, textbook, and student software manuals are fully integrated to provide students with the total learning experience. The courseware provides students with immediate feedback as it scores timings and most documents. Cross-Curriculum activities enable students to use their keyboarding skills in other courses. The student manuals serve as software reference guides.

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eveloped by world champion typist Cortez Peters, Cortez Peters' Championship Keyboarding Drills, 4/e presents an effective, individual, diagnostic/prescriptive approach to building keyboarding skills.

New Features

Enhanced Software. The software that accompanies the new edition is much more visually appealing and user-friendly. These qualities not only make it easier to navigate, but they also make it more exciting. Instructor Management System. With this edition is a free, optional web-based Instructor Management System that enables seamless student record keeping and makes online teaching a breeze. 1 or 2 Space Options.

Features

The first section of this program concentrates on learning the keyboard and word processing applications. Later lessons cover desktop publishing, databases, and spreadsheets. Locational Security Approach is used to introduce new keys and to build students' skills. his program includes comprehensive skillbuilding routines. Pretest/Posttest routines diagnose students' weaknesses and prescribe individual practice.

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Retained Features

The program offers flexibility with either a structured cycle pretest/corrective practice/posttest approach or an activities approach. This enables students to utilize whichever mode of learning they are the most comfortable with. The section on error analysis helps students recognize the types of errors they make. It also helps them to remedy existing errors the fastest and most efficient way possible. The software allows activity results to be displayed in a variety of report formats. This allows instructors to arrange the data in ways that are the most logical to them. The Instructor's Manual contains suggestions to help instructors in implementing the program, assigning grades, and becoming a motivator.

Table of Contents

1 2 3 5 To the Student Diagnostic Charts Championship Warmup Drills Diagnostic Tests 6 7 8 Skill-Development Paragraphs Accuracy Studies Speed Studies

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Additional Titles

Automotive Technology Automotive Excellence

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Keyboarding Glencoe Keyboarding Connections: Projects and Applications

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Skillbuilding: Building Speed and Accuracy on the Keyboard

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Computer Applications Computer Connections: Projects and Applications

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Introduction to Multimedia

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Manufacturing Technologies Metalwork: Technology and Practices

Repp, 9/e, © 1994 Student Text Student Workbook

Office XP: A Comprehensive Approach

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Medical Technologies Hole's Human Anatomy and Physiology

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Computer Concepts Essential Concepts

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Construction Technologies Carpentry and Building Construction

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Technology Introduction to Technology

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Drafting & Design Technologies Applying AutoCAD 2000

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Engineering Drawing and Design

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Technology: Today and Tomorrow

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Anatomy and Physiology Revealed: CD-ROM Set, Medical College of Ohio, 2/e, © 2008 ......................................................18 An Introduction to Computer Science Using C, Carter, © 2008 ..........24 An Introduction to Computer Science Using Java, Carter, 1/e, © 2004 ....24 Applying AutoCAD® 2009, Wohlers, © 2009 ............................................8 Applying AutoCAD® 2008, Wohlers, © 2008 ............................................8 Applying AutoCAD® 2007, Wohlers, © 2007 ..............................................8 Applying AutoCAD® 2000, Wohlers, © 2000 ..........................................32 Architecture: Drafting and Design, Hepler, Wallach, Hepler, 7/e ............5 Automotive Excellence, 3/e, © 2007 ............................................................15 Automotive Excellence, © 2004 ....................................................................32 A World Atlas of Food, © 2006......................................................................20 Basic Technical Drawing, © 2004 ....................................................................9 Beginning Woodwork, 7/e ..................................................................................7 Carpentry and Building Construction, Feirer, Feirer, 7/e, © 2010 ..........6 Carpentry and Building Construction, Feirer, Feirer, 6/e, © 2004 ..........6 Carpentry and Building Construction, Feirer et al, 5/e © 1997 ............32 Child & Adult Care Professionals, Stephens, © 2004 ..............................17 Communication Technology, Sanders, 2/e ....................................................4 Computer Concepts in Action, Glencoe, © 2009, 2/e ............................30 Computer Concepts in Action, Haag, © 2006 ..........................................30 Computer Connections Projects and Applications, Zimmerly, Jaehne, © 2004 ............................................................................32 Cortez Peters' Championship Keyboarding Drills, Peters, 4/e................31 Culinary Essentials, Johnson & Wales University, 3/e, © 2010..............19 Culinary Essentials, Johnson & Wales University, © 2006 ......................19 Designing with Inventor 11, Shih, © 2007 ....................................................9 Dictionary of Architecture and Construction, Harris, 4/e, © 2006..........5 Digital Electronics: Principles and Applications, Tokheim, 7/e, © 2008....12 Discovering Food and Nutrition, Kowtaluk, © 2005 ................................22 E-Commerce, Miles, Dolce, © 2006 ............................................................27 Electricity for the Trades, Petruzella, © 2006 ..............................................10 Electricity: Principles and Applications, Fowler, 7/e, © 2008 ................10 Electronics: Principles and Applications, Schuler, 7/e, © 2008 ............12 Engineering Drawing and Design, Jensen, Helsel, Short, 6/e, © 2002 ....32 Entering the World of Work, Kimbrell, Vineyard, 4/e, © 2006................18 Essential Concepts, Norton, 5/e, ©2003 ....................................................32 Essentials of Electronics, Petruzella, 2/e, © 2001......................................11 Food and Nutrition Sciences Lab Manual, Revised First Canadian Edition, Putignano, Wilson, © 2008................21 Food for Life, Witte, 2/e, © 2008 ..................................................................23 Food for Today: Revised First Canadian Edition, Witte, O'Leary-Reesor, Miller, Bersenas-Cers, Kowtaluk, 1/C/e © 2008 ....20 Food for Today, Witte, 1/C/e, © 2004 ..........................................................20 Food, Nutrition and Wellness, Duyff, © 2010 ............................................22 Food Science: The Biochemistry of Food and Nutrition, Mehas, Rodgers, © 2006..............................................................................21 Glencoe Keyboarding with Computer Applications, Johnson, Stanley, Chiris, Cotton, © 2007 ................................................31 Glencoe Keyboarding Connections: Projects and Applications Zimmerly, Jaehne, 2/e, © 2004 ..................................................................32 Grob's Basic Electronics, Grob, Schultz, 10/e, © 2007............................11 Hands-On AutoCAD LT, Looney, © 2005 ......................................................8 Hands-On AutoCAD, Looney, © 2005 ..........................................................7 Health Care Science Technology: Career Foundations, Booth, © 2004 ..16 High-Performance Manufacturing: Portable Production Skills, © 2006 ..13

Hole's Human Anatomy & Physiology, Shier, Butler, Lewis, 12/e, ©2010 ......................................................................................................18 Hole's Human Anatomy & Physiology, Shier, Butler, Lewis, 11/e, ©2007......................................................................................................32 Hospitality and Tourism Marketing, © 2006 ..............................................19 iCheck Series Microsoft Office 2007, © 2009 ............................................29 iCheck Series Microsoft Office 2007 Express, © 2009............................29 iCheck Series Microsoft Office 2003, © 2006 ..........................................28 Introduction to Desktop Publishing with Digital Graphics, © 2008 ....27 Introduction to Computer Science Using Java, Liberty, Quirk, Weiss, © 2004 ....................................................................25 Introduction to Multimedia, ©2004 ............................................................32 Introduction to Multimedia, Solomon, 2/e, © 2006 ..................................27 Introduction to Networks and Networking, © 2005 ................................28 Introduction to Technology, Pierce, Karwatka, 2/e, © 2010......................3 Introduction to Technology, Pierce, Karwatka, © 2005............................32 Introduction to Web Design Using Dreamweaver®, © 2007................26 Introduction to Web Design Using Microsoft FrontPage, © 2005........26 Landscape Architecture, Simonds, Starke, 4/e, © 2006 ..........................5 Life-Span Development, 3/C/e, Santrock, MacKenzie-Rivers, Leung, Malcomson, © 2008..................17 Machining and CNC Technology, Fitzpatrick, © 2005 ............................13 Mechanical Drawing, Helsel, French, 14/e © 2010 ....................................9 Mechanical Drawing: Board and CAD Techniques, French, © 2003 ....9 Metalwork: Technology and Practices, Repp, 9/e, © 1994 ....................32 Nutrition and Wellness, Duyff, Hasler, 7/e, © 2004 ..................................22 Office XP, A Comprehensive Approach© 2002 ........................................32 Peter Norton's Computing Fundamentals, Norton, 6/e, © 2006 ......30 Peter Norton's Introduction to Computers, Norton, 6/e, © 2006 ......30 Precision Engineering, Venkatesh, Izman, © 2008....................................13 Programming in Visual Basic 2008, Millspaugh, 7/e, © 2009................25 Skillbuilding Building Speed and Accuracy on the Keyboard, Eide, Holmes Rieck, Klemin, 3/e, © 2003 ................................................32 Technology: Engineering & Design, © 2008 ................................................4 Technology Interactions, 3/e, © 2007 ............................................................3 Technology of Machine Tools, Krar, 6/e, © 2005 ......................................14 Technology: Today and Tomorrow, Brusic, Falls, Kuetemeyer, © 2004 ....32 The Effective Nursing Assistant, © 2007 ....................................................16 Troubleshooting and Repair of Diesel Engines, Dempsey, © 2008......14 Welding Principles & Practices, Sacks, Bohnart, © 2005 ........................12 Wood Technology and Processes, 6/e, © 2006 ..........................................7

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