iTunes Store: TOP Text Books


iTunes Store: TOP Text Books

iTunes Store: TOP Text Books

  • All-in-One Anatomy Exam Review: Volume 3. The Abdomen - Carlos A. Suárez-Quian


    The All-in-One is a brief, but comprehensive, region-based atlas. The All-in-One is an identification-type question tutorial to master reiterative skills. The All-in-One is a complex-type question and answer tutorial to serve as a board-type question review. Each volume includes the anatomy you need to quickly and efficiently review structures and concepts of an anatomical region to prepare for written and practical exams in the anatomy course designed for health professional students, especially medical students.
  • iPhone & iPad Secrets (For iOS 11.2 & 11.3) - Samuel Harris


    Get the most out of your iPhone (including iPhone 8 and iPhone X), iPad, and iPod touch, and discover the hidden features you never even realised were there. iPhone and iPad Secrets explores the amazing built-in features that you are unlikely to find without being shown. These 'secret' features enable you to do more with your device, get things done more efficiently, and have more fun! Discover how to: • Use more than one app at the same time on your iPad • Drag and drop items between apps • Add special effects to Live Photos • Scan documents with your camera • Make using your iPhone with one hand easier • Charge your devices more quickly • Take photos at the same time as recording video on your iPhone • Share digital purchases, iCloud storage & more with your family • Type with your voice • Navigate 3D photo realistic models of major cities around the world • Personalise Siri to address you by name • Switch between apps quickly and easily • Get fast access to important information and settings • Improve the photographs you've taken, and take better photos in the future • Use turn by turn navigation without draining your battery quickly • Have music play as you wake up or go to sleep • Stop your device from bothering you while you're trying to sleep • Effortlessly keep friends and family updated with your latest photos • Stop companies from tracking what you do online • Have your device read webpages to you aloud • Make your battery last longer • Use apps while in a call • And much more, all with the built-in software on your device. This book is designed to be as simple as possible to follow, but also enjoyable to read. Through the use of interactive elements, you can choose how much depth you would like to read into on each subject. Fully up to date for devices running iOS 11, you'll find yourself quickly getting more from your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch than ever before! (This user guide contains tips for all devices that can run iOS 11. Not all devices support all tips, but where this is the case, it is indicated in the book.)
  • Biology - Kenneth R. Miller, Ph.D. & Joseph S. Levine, Ph.D.


    Biology sets the standard for clear, accessible writing and content that engages every student at every learning level. A new focus on the Big Ideas of biology sets the stage for active inquiry and participation. In addition, there is built-in reading support that helps students master concepts. Biology has visual and interactive overviews of complex processes, which aid understanding, add realism and interest, and provide students with a visual link to the narrative. Students read, see, and ultimately understand the fundamentals of biology.
  • World History - Roger B. Beck, Linda Black, Larry S. Kreiger, Phillip C. Naylor & Dahia Ibo Shabaka


    Inspire a new generation of social studies students with World History: Patterns of Interaction for iBooks®. This multi-touch and visually engaging textbook offers rich, magazine-style design plus embedded interactive features to maximize learning engagement and higher order thinking skills. Primary sources and interactive elements create active critical thinkers and reinforce the real-world concept that we are all part of the living fabric of our history. World History: Patterns of Interaction meets the needs of students of all ability levels with targeted reading support, tools to improve comprehension, and differentiated assessment to support student success.
  • The Americans - Gerald A. Danzer, J. Jorge Klor De Alva, Larry S. Krieger, Louis E. Wilson & Nancy Woloch


    Inspire a new generation of social studies students with The Americans for iBooks®. This multi-touch and visually engaging textbook offers rich, magazine-style design plus embedded interactive features to maximize learning engagement and higher order thinking skills. Personal stories and interactive elements create active critical thinkers and reinforce the real-world concept that we are all part of the living fabric of our history.   The Americans meets the needs of students of all ability levels with targeted reading support, tools to improve comprehension, and differentiated assessment to support student success.
  • Chemistry - Antony Wilbraham, Michael Matta, Dennis Staley & Edward Waterman


    By combining proven content, a variety of lab investigations, and cutting-edge technology, Pearson Chemistry ensures student success in the chemistry classroom. Using examples and experiences from the real world, students are able to relate abstract concepts and processes to every day life. Visual and interactive elements, such as stepped-out solutions to complicated chemistry problems, invite students to interact with and explore the content in a meaningful way. Students read, see, and ultimately understand the fundamentals of chemistry.
  • Digital Citizenship - Common Sense Education


    Common Sense Education's Digital Citizenship Curriculum provides the tools needed to teach students how to participate safely, responsibly, and respectfully in today's digital world. The curriculum is research-based, modular, and standards-aligned (CCSS, NETS-S, and AASL). Topics covered include internet safety, cyberbullying, digital reputations, and more. The Student Workbook includes engaging videos, creative activities, interactive assessments, and note-taking capability. The accompanying Teacher Edition (available for download separately) includes all the student-facing materials plus professional development resources and materials that can be shared with parents/caregivers. Used together, the Student Workbook and Teacher Edition provide students an engaging and enriching experience that will empower them to use technology for learning and life.  Updated for the 2016–2107 school year: The textbook includes exciting new digital citizenship content and videos, greater accessibility features, and a more secure QR code process for students to seamlessly turn in their work while employing the highest of privacy standards.  
  • Chemistry - Thandi Buthelezi, Laurel Dingrando, Nicholas Hainen & Cheryl Wistrom


    You’ll bond with Chemistry! Glencoe Chemistry: Matter and Change combines proven, comprehensive content with dynamic multimedia tools and engaging, hands-on labs to help you get the Big Ideas of Chemistry. Real-world connections and examples make learning Chemistry fun while plenty of math practice problems and self-quizzes help you succeed.   Content includes: Introduction to Chemistry Analyzing Data Matter – Properties and Changes The Structure of the Atom Electrons in Atoms The Periodic Table and Periodic Law Ionic Compounds and Metals Covalent Bonding Chemical Reactions The Mole Stoichiometry States of Matter Gases Mixtures and Solutions Energy and Chemical Change Reaction Rates Chemical Equilibrium Acids and Bases Redox Reactions Electrochemistry Hydrocarbons Substituted Hydrocarbons and Their Reactions The Chemistry of Life Nuclear Chemistry
  • Geometry - Randall I. Charles, Ph.D., Dan Kennedy, Ph.D., Basia Hall, Laurie E. Bass, Art Johnson, Ed.D. & Stuart J. Murphy


    Welcome to Pearson Geometry Common Core Edition . Content in this book has been developed to cover the High School Standards for Mathematical Content and the Standards for Mathematical Practice from the Common Core State Standards. Students have the chance to experience and interact with math in new and unique ways to support learning and understanding. Throughout this book students will learn strategies to develop important and meaningful mathematical reasoning habits.
  • Algebra 1 - Randall I. Charles, Ph.D., Dan Kennedy, Ph.D., Basia Hall, Allan E. Bellman, Ph.D., Sadie Chavis Bragg, Ed.D., William G. Handlin, Sr. & Stuart J. Murphy


    Welcome to Pearson Algebra 1 Common Core Edition . Content in this book has been developed to cover the High School Standards for Mathematical Content and the Standards for Mathematical Practice from the Common Core State Standards. Students have the chance to experience and interact with math in new and unique ways to support learning and understanding. Throughout this book students will learn strategies to develop important and meaningful mathematical reasoning habits.
  • Algebra 2 - Randall I. Charles, Dan Kennedy, Ph.D., Basia Hall, Allan E. Bellman, Ph.D., Sadie Chavis Bragg, Ed.D., William G. Handlin, Sr., Stuart J. Murphy & Grant Wiggins, Ed.D.


    Welcome to Pearson Algebra 2 Common Core Edition . Content in this book has been developed to cover the High School Standards for Mathematical Content and the Standards for Mathematical Practice from the Common Core State Standards. Students have the chance to experience and interact with math in new and unique ways to support learning and understanding. Throughout this book students will learn strategies to develop important and meaningful mathematical reasoning habits.
  • Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Literature Grade 9 - Carol Jago


    Ignite the love of reading and writing with Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Literature for iBooks®. Featuring a rich combination of literary classics and  contemporary informational texts, the selections are supported with text-dependent questions and writing and speaking activities in a multi-touch and visually engaging textbook. Each selection is vividly illustrated. The embedded interactive features maximize the learning experience of reading and writing, personalizing the learning for each student.  Holt McDougal Literature meets the needs of all students with scaffolding support in reading, writing, listening and speaking and language skills for a comprehensive program in English language arts.
  • Algebra 1 - John A. Carter, Ph.D., Gilbert J. Cuevas, Ph.D., Roger Day, Ph.D., NBCT, Carol Malloy, Ph.D., Berchie Holliday, Ed.D. & Beatrice Moore Luchin


    Algebra isn’t just numbers and equations. It’s about the world you live in. With Glencoe Algebra, you get hands-on math applications to help you succeed in whatever career path you chose. Interactive personal tutors, animations, and practice problems let you review as much or as little as you need to prepare for success in college and beyond.  Content includes: Relationships between Quantities Expressions, Equations, and Functions Linear Equations   Linear Relationships Linear Functions Equations of Linear Functions Linear Inequalities Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities   Exponential and Quadratic Relationships Exponents and Exponential Functions Quadratic Expressions and Equations Quadratic Functions and Equations   Advanced Functions and Equations Radical Functions and Geometry Rational Functions and Equations Data Analysis Statistics and Probability
  • Geometry - John A. Carter, Ph.D., Gilbert J. Cuevas, Ph.D., Roger Day, Ph.D., NBCT, Carol Malloy, Ph.D. & Jerry Cummins


    Geometry isn’t just angles and equations. It’s about the world you live in. With Glencoe Geometry, you get hands-on math applications to help you succeed in whatever career path you chose. Interactive personal tutors, animations, and practice problems let you review as much or as little as you need to prepare for success in college and beyond.     Content includes: Geometric Structure Tool of Geometry Reasoning and Proof Parallel and Perpendicular Lines   Congruence Congruent Triangles Relationships in Triangles Quadrilaterals   Similarity Proportions and Similarity Right Triangles and Trigonometry Transformations and Symmetry   Measurement Circles Areas of Polygons and Circles Extending Surface Area and Volume Probability and Measurement
  • Algebra 2 - John A. Carter, Ph.D., Gilbert J. Cuevas, Ph.D., Roger Day, Ph.D., NBCT, Carol Malloy, Ph.D., Berchie Holliday, Ed.D. & Ruth Casey


    Glencoe Algebra 2 is a key program in McGraw-Hill’s vertically aligned mathematics series developed to help all students achieve a better understanding of mathematics and improve their mathematics scores on today’s high-stakes assessments. In this Common Core State Standards edition of Glencoe Algebra 2, students are challenged to develop 21st century skills such as critical thinking and creative problem solving while engaging with exciting careers within Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) related fields.   Linear Relations and Functions  • Equations and Inequalities  • Linear Relations and Functions  • Systems of Equations and Inequalities   Quadratic, Polynomial, and Radical Functions and Relations  • Quadratic Functions and Relations  • Polynomials and Polynomial Functions  • Inverses and Radical Functions and Relations   Advanced Functions and Relations  • Exponential and Logarithmic Functions and Relations  • Rational Functions and Relations  • Conic Sections   Discrete Mathematics  • Sequences and Series  • Statistics and Probability   Trigonometry  • Trigonometric Functions  • Trigonometric Identities and Equations
  • Physics - Paul W. Zitzewitz, David G. Haase & Kathleen A. Harper


    Soon you’ll agree that Physics Rocks! Glencoe Physics: Principles and Problems combines proven, comprehensive content with dynamic multimedia tools and engaging, hands-on labs to help you get the Big Ideas of Physics. Real-world connections and examples make learning Physics fun while plenty of math practice problems and self-quizzes help you succeed. Content includes: Mechanics • Representing Motion • Accelerated Motion • Forces in One Dimension • Displacement and Force in Two Dimensions • Motion in Two Dimensions • Gravitation • Rotational Motion • Momentum and Its Conservation • Work, Energy, and Machines • Energy and Its Conservation States of Matter • Thermal Energy • States of Matter Waves and Light • Vibrations and Waves • Sound • Fundamentals of Light • Reflection and Mirrors • Refraction and Lenses • Interference and Diffraction Electricity and Magnetism • Static Electricity • Electric Fields • Electric Current • Series and Parallel Circuits • Magnetic Fields • Electromagnetic Induction • Electromagnetism Subatomic Physics • Quantum Theory • The Atom • Solid-State Electronics • Nuclear and Particle Physics
  • United States Government - Luis Ricardo Fraga


    Inspire a new generation of social studies students with United States Government: Principles in Practice for iBooks®. This multi-touch and visually engaging textbook offers rich, magazine-style design plus embedded interactive features to maximize learning engagement and higher order thinking skills. Personal stories and interactive elements create active critical thinkers and reinforce the real-world concept that we are all part of the living fabric of our history. United States Government meets the needs of students of all ability levels with targeted reading support, tools to improve comprehension, and differentiated assessment to support student success.
  • Digital Citizenship - Common Sense Education


    Common Sense Education's Digital Citizenship Curriculum provides the tools needed to teach students how to participate safely, responsibly, and respectfully in today's digital world. The curriculum is research-based, modular, and standards-aligned (CCSS, NETS-S, and AASL). Topics covered include internet safety, cyberbullying, digital reputations, and more. The Student Workbook includes engaging videos, creative activities, interactive assessments, and note-taking capability. The accompanying Teacher Edition (available for download separately) includes all the student-facing materials plus professional development resources and materials that can be shared with parents/caregivers. Used together, the Student Workbook and Teacher Edition provide students an engaging and enriching experience that will empower them to use technology for learning and life.  Updated for the 2016–2107 school year: The textbook includes exciting new digital citizenship content and videos, greater accessibility features, and a more secure QR code process for students to seamlessly turn in their work while employing the highest of privacy standards.
  • Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Literature Grade 11 - Carol Jago


    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Literature, grade 11, American Literature is a comprehensive survey course, organized chronolically around the historical, social and cultural aspects of American history and literary movements. Beautiful renderings of art and artifacts from each historical period engage the imagination of the reader and help to create the context.  To enrich the historical organization, references to world culture and literature as well as connections to contemporary issues and individuals provide a broader context to discuss themes within the literature in the text. The anthology is fully aligned to the Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts with comprehensive instruction in reading literary and informational text, writing, speaking and listening and language skills. The interactivity of the content enhance critical thinking, making the pages come alive for the reader. Holt McDougal Literature, grade 11, provides scaffolding for all students within the text. Line numbers help students identify specific textual evidence to support responses.
  • Geography - Daniel D. Arreola, Marci Smith Deal, James F. Petersen & Rickie Sanders


    Inspire a new generation of social studies students with Geography for iBooks®. This multi-touch and visually engaging textbook offers rich, magazine-style design plus embedded interactive features to maximize learning engagement and higher order thinking skills. Personal stories and interactive elements create active critical thinkers and reinforce the real-world concept that we are all part of the living fabric of our history. Geography meets the needs of students of all ability levels with targeted reading support, tools to improve comprehension, and differentiated assessment to support student success.
  • World History - Elisabeth Gaynor Ellis & Anthony Esler


    Prentice Hall’s World History program brings history to life, shows how history matters and motivates students to succeed. This highly acclaimed program offers a highly visual, engaging current events update providing a snapshot of significant events such as the 2012 national elections and events in the Middle East, that have the potential to shape the national and international landscapes. The Concept Connector strand within the program inspires students to apply their knowledge of history to current events. By learning about world history, your students will develop the knowledge needed to understand their world today and tomorrow.
  • Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Literature, Grade 10 - Carol Jago


    Today's digital natives require interactivity as they approach new content. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Literature, Grade 10 for iBooks®, provides this in the context of multi-genre study of contemporary and traditional texts.  Offering a  comprehensive study of all aspects of the Common Core State Standards in an integrated format, this text is  beautifully illustrated.  The content and interactivity inspire critical thinking that is text-based, providing opportunities for text-based response.  Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Literature, Grade 10 meets the needs of all students with excellent scaffolding, opportunities for collaboration and remediation throughout.
  • Your Life in Christ - Michael Pennock


    (© 2008) The Subcommittee on the Catechism, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, has found that this catechetical high school text is in conformity with the Catechism of the Catholic Church and fulfills the requirements of Core Course VI of the Doctrinal Elements of a Curriculum Framework for the Development of Catechetical Materials for Young People of High School Age . Your Life in Christ: Foundations of Catholic Morality focuses on the essential message of Christ's moral teaching, the importance of love of God and neighbor. The text covers the major points from the "Life in Christ" section of the Catechism of the Catholic Church , pulling together these elements by developing nine essential steps for living a Christian moral life in the Catholic tradition. These steps include: Understanding the nature of being human Guiding moral decision-making with intellect Understanding the law's relationship to freedom and being responsible for transgressions Imitating Jesus and living the Beatitudes Forming the conscience and strengthening resistance to peer pressure Repenting and forgiving others Thanking God for life by loving God above all else Loving yourself Loving your neighbors Each chapter contains several special features: Selections from Pope Benedict XVI's encyclical on love Deus Caritas Est . Panel activities that help the students foster total learning in hands (service), hearts (prayer), and mind (academic challenges). Review questions for each main section. Several Journal Assignments for deeper thought and reflection. Key vocabulary terms set off in margin panels. A Learn by Doing project for each chapter that provides a longer-term assignment. A Called to Prayer feature offering text from a prayer relevant to the chapter theme. Innovative Catholic Life in Action component for each chapter. 
  • Biology - Alton Biggs, Whitney Crispen Hagins, William G. Holliday, Chris L. Kapicka, Linda Lundgren, Ann Haley MacKenzie, William D. Rogers & Marion B. Sewer


    Join us on a science safari as we explore the study of life. Glencoe Biology combines proven, comprehensive content with dynamic multimedia tools and engaging, hands-on labs to help you get the Big Ideas of Biology. Real-world connections and examples make learning Biology fun while plenty of practice problems and self-quizzes help you succeed.   Content includes: Ecology Principles of Ecology Communities, Biomes, and Ecosystems Population Ecology Biodiversity and Conservation The Cell Chemistry in Biology Cellular Structure and Function Cellular Energy Cellular Reproduction Genetics Sexual Reproduction and Genetics Complex Inheritance and Human Heredity Molecular Genetics Genetics and Biotechnology History of Biological Diversity The History of Life Evolution Primate Evolution Organizing Life's Diversity Bacteria, Viruses, Protists, and Fungi Bacteria and Viruses Protists Fungi Plants Introduction to Plants Plant Structure and Function Reproduction in Plants Invertebrates Introduction to Animals Worms and Mollusks Arthropods Echinoderms and Invertebrate Chordates Vertebrates Fishes and Amphibians Reptiles and Birds Mammals Animal Behavior
  • Prentice Hall United States History - Emma J. Lapsansky-Werner & Randy Roberts


    Prentice Hall’s United States History makes social studies accessible for students, helping both students and teachers succeed. Bridging the gap between the digital way students live and learn, the program will help students connect to prior knowledge, provide multiple ways to explore and learn more, and transfer what they have learned to new content and new ideas. Built around the Understanding by Design® instructional model, United States History uses scaffolded Essential Questions to introduce new concepts, stimulate conversations, and inspire students to go beyond the facts and connect what they are learning to the larger world around them.
  • Modern Chemistry - Dr. Mickey Sarquis & Jerry L. Sarquis Ph.D.


    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Modern Chemistry © 2012 is a comprehensive high-school chemistry program that provides a wealth of resources to meet the needs of learners with varied interests and learning styles. This interactive textbook, developed specifically for high-school students, offers unparalleled motivating and supportive features. What makes this interactive edition for iBooks stand out is the latest multimedia-rich resources. These interactive and supportive features engage students in unique and exciting ways. In addition, the content has been made even more accessible to a wide range of learners by chunking text into Main Ideas. Also included are relevant and motivating features, in-depth skills support, improved readability with strong vocabulary and reading support, and superior support for problem solving.   The 23 chapters consist of: 1. Matter and Change 2. Measurement and Calculations 3. Atoms: The Building Blocks of Matter 4. Arrangement of Electrons in Atoms 5. The Periodic Law 6. Chemical Bonding 7. Chemical Formulas and Chemical Compounds 8. Chemical Equations and Reactions 9. Stoichiometry 10. States of Matter 11. Gases 12. Solutions 13. Ions in Aqueous Solutions and Colligative Properties 14. Acids and Bases 15. Acid-Base Titration and pH 16. Reaction Energy 17. Reaction Kinetics 18. Chemical Equilibrium 19. Oxidation-Reduction Reactions 20. Electrochemistry 21. Nuclear Chemistry 22. Organic Chemistry 23. Biological Chemistry
  • Jesus Christ: His Mission and Ministry - Michael Pennock


    (© 2011) This text has been found in conformity with the Catechism of the Catholic Church and the USCCB High School Doctrinal Framework Secondary Level Protocol. After a survey of Scripture, Jesus Christ: His Mission and Ministry deepens the study of Jesus, highlighting key events in his earthly ministry while unpacking his teachings about God the Father, the Trinity, Mary, and the Holy Spirit. Students learn that the goal of discipleship is a life of grace and holiness and a share of God's everlasting Kingdom. These goals form the centerpiece of this semester-long course. Jesus Christ: His Mission and Ministry encourages a course of action and calls on teens to "pick up their cross" and follow the Lord in this life and beyond. Jesus Christ: His Mission and Ministry introduces key vocabulary terms, explores relevant questions of faith, profiles famous Christian disciples, and offers several applications to put the lessons into action. The text follows Course II of the new curriculum framework. It is also applicable for a Christology course apart from the framework sequence. Each chapter includes several special features:  Panel activities that help the students foster total learning in hands (service), hearts (prayer), and mind (academic challenges). Review questions for each main section. Several Journal Assignments for deeper thought and reflection. Key vocabulary terms set off in margin panels. A Learn by Doing project for each chapter that provides a longer-term assignment. A Called to Prayer feature offering text from a prayer relevant to the chapter theme. NEW features that enhance this text: A "Chapter Quick View" feature with page references that allow students to scan the chapter for main points. In-text glossary definitions with a variety of activities to help students learn key terms. Several "Primary Source Quotations" from the words of saints, Church Fathers, and the Church documents. Many "Ongoing Assignments" for each chapter that can be assigned as long-term projects, extra credit, and follow-up to the lessons learned. A prayer experience and reflection for each chapter. This text was written in accordance with the U.S. Bishops' Curriculum Framework and follows Course II: Who Is Jesus Christ? .
  • Meeting Jesus in the Sacraments - Ave Maria Press


    (© 2010) The Subcommittee on the Catechism, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, has found that this catechetical high school text is in conformity with the Catechism of the Catholic Church and fulfills the requirements of Core Course V of the Doctrinal Elements of a Curriculum Framework for the Development of Catechetical Materials for Young People of High School Age . Meeting Jesus in the Sacraments reveals the sacraments as the definitive way that Jesus remains present to the Church and the world today. The text explores concrete ways for students to understand the sacraments, participate in their rites, and benefit from their graces. The text is organized around the traditional definition of sacrament from the Catechism of the Catholic Church —an efficacious sign of grace, instituted by Christ and entrusted to the Church, by which divine life is dispensed to us by the work of the Holy Spirit. This definition is clarified by organizing the chapters around four dimensions of the sacrament: memorial, celebration, communion, and transformation. Through regular placement of "For Reflection" panels and assignments that focus on deeper research, developing a personal and communal prayer life, and active transformation of self and society, this text allows students to come to know Jesus through participation in the sacraments and the grace of their effects. Selections from Catholic blogs and profiles of saints offer a practical application of the sacrament to teenagers. Each chapter includes several special features: Panel activities that help the students foster total learning in hands (service), hearts (prayer), and mind (academic challenges). Review questions for each main section. Several Journal Assignments for deeper thought and reflection. Key vocabulary terms set off in margin panels. A Learn by Doing project for each chapter that provides a longer-term assignment. A Called to Prayer feature offering text from a prayer relevant to the chapter theme. 
  • Digital Citizenship - Common Sense Education


    Common Sense Education's Digital Citizenship Curriculum provides the tools needed to teach students how to participate safely, responsibly, and respectfully in today's digital world. The curriculum is research-based, modular, and standards-aligned (CCSS, NETS-S, and AASL). Topics covered include internet safety, cyberbullying, digital reputations, and more. The Student Workbook includes engaging videos, creative activities, interactive assessments, and note-taking capability. The accompanying Teacher Edition (available for download separately) includes all the student-facing materials plus professional development resources and materials that can be shared with parents/caregivers. Used together, the Student Workbook and Teacher Edition provide students an engaging and enriching experience that will empower them to use technology for learning and life.  Updated for the 2016–2107 school year: The textbook includes exciting new digital citizenship content and videos, greater accessibility features, and a more secure QR code process for students to seamlessly turn in their work while employing the highest of privacy standards.  
  • Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Biology - Stephen Nowicki


    Authored by renowned biologist Dr. Stephen Nowicki, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Biology is focused on reaching and engaging students with a wide range of abilities and interests. Dr. Nowicki's accessible writing style, along with extensive vocabulary and reading strategies, enable students to build understanding and retain key concepts. Superior integration of vocabulary, reading support, real-world examples, and data analysis practice set Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Biology apart from the crowd.    This iBooks textbook offers the latest technology and multimedia-rich resources, which bring Biology to life. These interactive, visually stunning resources engage students in a unique and exciting way. Media resources include videos, 3D illustrations, animations, interactive graphics, and image galleries.   The 34 chapters are divided into 9 Units.   Units: 1. Introduction to Biology 2. Cells 3. Genetics 4. Evolution 5. Ecology 6. Classification and Diversity 7. Plants 8. Animals 9. Human Biology
  • Physics - Dr. Raymond Serway, Ph.D. & Dr. Jerry Faughn, Ph.D.


    Written by Raymond Serway and Jerry Faughn specifically for college-bound students, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Physics © 2012 is a comprehensive high-school physics program that presents a balanced and engaging approach to conceptual and problem-solving instruction. The authors’ goal was to design a student-friendly, accurate, and up-to-date text that addresses the challenges that face students learning physics today. What makes this iBook stand out are the latest technology and multimedia-rich resources. These interactive and supportive features engage students in unique and exciting ways. In addition, the content has been made even more accessible to a wide range of learners by chunking text into Main Ideas. Also included are relevant and motivating features, in-depth skills support, improved readability with strong vocabulary and reading support, and superior support for problem solving. The 22 chapters consist of: 1. The Science of Physics 2. Motion in One Dimension 3. Two-Dimensional Motion and Vectors 4. Forces and the Laws of Motion 5. Work and Energy 6. Momentum and Collisions 7. Circular Motion and Gravitation 8. Fluid Mechanics 9. Heat 10. Thermodynamics 11. Vibrations and Waves 12. Sound 13. Light and Reflection 14. Refraction 15. Interference and Diffraction 16. Electric Forces and Fields 17. Electrical Energy and Current 18. Circuits and Circuit Elements 19. Magnetism 20. Electromagnetic Induction 21. Atomic Physics 22. Subatomic Physics
  • Jesus Christ - Carrie J. Schroeder


    Jesus Christ: God's Love Made Visible, Enhanced Interactive Edition allows students encounter Jesus Christ, the Second Person of the Trinity. This course leads the students toward a deeper understanding of Divine Revelation, the Trinity, the Incarnation, Jesus, salvation, and discipleship as a response to God's love. The interactive book includes all-of-the content original to the print version with the addition of an interactive functionality that will speak to the student in ways previously unavailable to print-only users. Students will have the ability, through the hyperlinks and interactive content in the book, to engage with the Catholic faith and the person of Jesus Christ. Additional interactive features! Each section now includes embedded teacher videos. These videos provide a basic overview of the content and also a personal story that connects to the key understandings from the section. Standard features: • Bold vocabulary words that, when tapped, show the glossary definition • Hyperlinks to primary sources cited or referenced in the text, including -Sacred Scripture -Catechism of the Catholic Church -Vatican Council II, papal, and bishops’ documents -Lives of the saints • Image galleries: Each image has a caption that explains the image’s origin and/or its connection to the main text. • Keynote presentations: Apple’s version of PowerPoint; functions largely the same way. Keynote presentations explain or further investigate a term or concept from the main text. • Interactive charts, timelines, and maps that can be zoomed in or tapped to show more information. • Prayer cubes: each side of the cube contains a different prayer. • Videos: Videos explain a key concept in the main text or provide an example of how to live the message contained in the main text. Videos are linked from YouTube and require an internet connection to view. • Interactive quizzes: At the end of each part there is an 8-question multiple choice quiz that is self-scoring, offering the student immediate feedback.
  • Environmental Science - Jay Withgott


    Using real-world case studies, current data, a wide range of inquiry activities, and visual and interactive elements, Environmental Science: Your World, Your Turn puts the world in context by empowering students to take an active role in their learning and the world in which they live. Environmental Science: Your World, Your Turn provides the tools students need to get energized and apply what they are learning in their classroom to situations in their own neighborhood. Students read, see, and ultimately understand environmental science.
  • Exploring the Religions of Our World - Nancy Clemmons, SNJM


    (© 2008) Each section that specifically refers to the Christianity and Catholicism has been granted a Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur . Exploring the Religions of Our World allows students to build on their understanding and experience of the Catholic Christian faith by studying different religious traditions. The text begins with a study of Judeo-Christian history, practice, and tradition before expanding to the study of other less familiar religions including Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Confucianism, and Shintoism. The text moves on to uncover a variety of religious traditions that sprang from America's Protestant roots including Mormonism, Jehovah's Witnesses, and the Church of Christ, Scientist. Each chapter begins with an introduction that connects each religion to a contemporary person, practice, or teaching. A brief history follows, including information on the founder and other major figures in each respective religion. Other sections include those on scripture or major writings, beliefs and practices, and sacred places and sacred times. Each chapter ends with a Catholic apologetic focus and includes a look at ecumenical or interreligious dialogue between the Catholic Church and each particular religion. Similarities and distinctions in doctrines, traditions, and practices are also explored. This text was written in accordance with the U.S. Bishops' Curriculum Framework and follows Elective E: Ecumenical and Interreligious Issues .
  • Chemistry from the Ground Up - David NG


    This textbook covers chemistry topics typically found in a middle school science curriculum. However, it does so by grounding those topics in a deep, fundamental understanding of particles and motion. It is intended for students who enjoy grappling with scientific concepts and constantly asking themselves: why? Chapter 1: Particle Theory of Matter • Conservation of Matter • States of Matter • Misconceptions About Temperature and State • Molecular Attraction • Molecular Speed Distribution • The Liquid State • Evaporation • Condensation • Dynamic Systems and Equilibrium Chapter 2: Properties of Matter • Mass and Measurement • Measuring Volume • The Volume of Water and Alcohol • Density and Pure Substances • Temperature, Heat Transfer, and Thermal Equilibrium • Intermolecular Forces and Potential Energy • Boiling and the Heat of Vaporization • Thermodynamics of Phase Transitions • Characteristic Properties of Pure Substances Chapter 3: Atoms and Molecules • Subatomic Particles and Atomic Structure • Using the Periodic Table to Diagram Atoms • Energy, Stability, and Probability • Valence Electrons and Chemical Properties • Forming Chemical Bonds • Molecules and Compounds • Chemical Reactions • Physical and Chemical Change • Catalysts and Basics of Biochemistry Chapter 4: Solubility • Mixtures and Compounds • Solutions and Measures of Solubility • Factors Affecting Solubility • Solubility of Polar and Nonpolar Molecules • Colloids, Soaps, and Surfactants • Acid-Base Equilibrium • Cell Membranes and More Basics of Biochemistry
  • Anatomy and Physiology - J. Gordon Betts, Peter DeSaix, Eddie Johnson, Jody E. Johnson, Oksana Korol, Dean Kruse, Brandon Poe, James A. Wise, Mark Womble & Kelly A. Young


    Anatomy and Physiology is a dynamic textbook for the yearlong Human Anatomy and Physiology course taught at most two- and four-year colleges and universities to students majoring in nursing and allied health. A&P is 28 chapters of pedagogically effective learning content, organized by body system, and written at an audience-appropriate level. The lucid text, strategically constructed art, inspiring career features, and links to external learning tools address the critical teaching and learning challenges in the course.  Color is used for pedagogical effect in A&P . Most art will consist of elegant black line, with the strongest line illustrating the most important structure(s) and shading used to show dimension and shape. Color (used only when needed) highlights and clarifies the primary anatomical or functional point of the illustration. Student focus is drawn to the most important learning point in each illustration, without distraction from excessive gradients, shadows, and loud highlights. The online book provides students with links to surgical videos, histology, interactive diagrams, and cadaver imagery at critical junctures.
  • Jesus and the Church - Ave Maria Press


    Students deepen their understanding of Jesus Christ, the fullness of God’s Revelation, as they encounter him in the living Body of Christ, the Catholic Church. Jesus and the Church: One, Holy, Catholic, Apostolic supports Course IV of the USCCB curriculum and is the first high school textbook released by Ave Maria Press in its new Encountering Jesus series. As they engage with the content of this text, students will recognize Christ present and active in their lives through the visible and vibrant mission of Church, defined by her four characteristics—one, holy, catholic, and apostolic. While Jesus and the Church places the foundations of the Church in their historical and scriptural context, the textbook goes further by guiding students to recognize the sacred nature of the Church and engaging them to more actively participate in the living Body of Christ and serve as witnesses to the sacred Gospel in the world today. Simply put, the goal of the book—as in the Encountering Jesus series as a whole—is to change the lives of students by making real-life connections between what they are learning about the Church and how they encounter Jesus in the contemporary world. Developed in collaboration with experts in theology, catechesis, and pedagogy, Jesus and the Church includes a number of new features as part of an innovative design, including:  Chapter Focus Questions:  Each chapter’s main idea is posed as a question to the student to provide a broader context in which new ideas can be integrated and understood. Infographics: A wide variety of visual and interactive designs throughout the text help students understand theological concepts in ways they will remember. Currents Events: Each chapter opens with a story from the contemporary world that teens can relate to their own lives.  Educational Photos: Images throughout the text have been carefully chosen not only to illustrate the chapter but for teachers and students to use as educational tools. Note-Taking Graphic Organizers: Designed to help students organize, summarize, and sequence the text, various types of organizers were customized for every section of the book. Section Assessments: Each section includes pedagogically designed assessment questions with labels that show how the questions serve a variety of different learning styles. Online Resources: As always, teachers can access a wide variety of online resources at the Ave Maria Press website, including videos, PowerPoints, handouts, crossword puzzles, reading guides, and tests. (© 2015) The Subcommittee on the Catechism, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, has found that this catechetical high school text is in conformity with the Catechism of the Catholic Church and fulfills the requirements of Core Course IV of the Doctrinal Elements of a Curriculum Framework for the Development of Catechetical Materials for Young People of High School Age .
  • Algebra 1 - YourTeacher


    YourTeacher is proud to introduce the world's first Algebra 1 textbook for the flipped classroom! In this amazing ‘textbook with a teacher inside ®,’ every lesson features video examples, practice problems with audio explanations, interactive multiple-choice self-tests, and much more! ******** "I would like to express my complete excitement in working with your program. The comprehension and retention of content with the students has skyrocketed, and the feedback from kids and parents has been very positive. With my Flipped Classroom, I am no longer a teacher that stands at the front of the room lecturing 'to' my students while they sit. I now work 'with' my students while they 'do.' I am very proud of just how much they have learned this year." Tenae Alfaro, Andover USD "The books are being used to facilitate a flip teaching classroom. The students are asked to watch the examples for the lesson outside of class, then answer the self-test questions. The next day, instead of having to teach the lesson, we reinforce the concept with some type of class discussion and activity. My students prefer it over the standard textbook and we have had really good success with it. The examples are very good and my students are doing well! We presented it to our school boar d and they are very supportive and excited about it." Jill Stringer, Park County School District #1 ******** Our Algebra 1 eBook includes 11 chapters with 118 sections - all of the content you would find in a traditional Algebra 1 textbook! Each of the 118 sections includes: - Video examples - Practice problems with step-by-step audio explanations - Multiple-Choice Self-Tests - Exercises, Notes, Discussion Problems, and more… Algebra 1 Table of Contents: - Simplifying - Equations - Word Problems - Inequalities, Functions, & Graphing - Linear Equations (Contains Sample Section) - Systems of Equations - Exponents & Polynomials - Factoring - Rational Expressions & Equations - Radicals - Quadratics No Wifi or 3G connection required!
  • Digital Citizenship Curriculum - Common Sense Education


    Common Sense Education's Digital Citizenship Curriculum provides the tools needed to teach students how to participate safely, responsibly, and respectfully in today's digital world. The curriculum is research-based, modular, and standards-aligned (CCSS, NETS-S, and AASL). Topics covered include internet safety, cyberbullying, online privacy, and more. The Teacher Edition includes 15 lesson plans, engaging student activities and videos, materials to share with parents/caregivers, and professional development resources such as research, Lesson in Action videos, reflective note-taking, and implementation tips. The accompanying Student Workbooks (available for download separately) include the student-facing materials of the lessons (e.g., videos and interactive unit assessments). Used together, the Teacher Edition and Student Workbook provide students an engaging and enriching experience that will empower them to use technology for learning and life.  Updated for the 2016–2017 school year: The textbook includes exciting new digital citizenship content and videos, greater accessibility features for students, and a more secure QR code process for students to seamlessly turn in their work while employing the highest of privacy standards.  
  • Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Stage 1 - University of Cambridge School Classics Project


    Brings Latin to life! Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Stage 1 includes Model Sentences, Latin story, and information about the language and cultural background, plus an exciting range of multimedia activities designed to support teaching and learning Latin: introductory videos; audio dramatizations of all stories and Model Sentences; interactive activities.
  • Encountering Jesus in the New Testament - Michael Pennock


    (© 2009) This text has been found in conformity with the Catechism of the Catholic Church . Encountering Jesus in the New Testament is an excellent introduction to the New Testament. It is an ideal textbook for Catholic high school students taking a scripture survey course. "Who is Jesus of Nazareth?" "Who is the person people of faith call 'Christ. the Son of God?" These questions form the central focus of Encountering Jesus in the New Testament . The text provides a scriptural and ecclesial foundation to answer the question of why Jesus is the Christ, the Son of the Living God. It explores how the New Testament offers evidence and faith testimony to the Life, Death, and Resurrection of Jesus Christ. Encountering Jesus in the New Testament is a combination of Christology—a complete study of the person and the divinity of Jesus Christ—with an overview of the books of the New Testament. Each chapter includes several special features: Panel activities that help the students foster total learning in hands (service), hearts (prayer), and mind (academic challenges). Review questions for each main section. Several Journal Assignments for deeper thought and reflection. Key vocabulary terms set off in margin panels. A Learn by Doing project for each chapter that provides a longer-term assignment. A Called to Prayer feature offering text from a prayer relevant to the chapter theme. The content and detail in Encountering Jesus in the New Testament is unparalleled for introductory high school scripture courses and offers support for the introductory courses of the U.S Bishops' Curriculum Framework.
  • Foundations of Catholic Social Teaching - Ave Maria Press


    “No one lives alone. No one sins alone. No one is saved alone,” wrote Pope Benedict XVI, whose words resonate with today’s teens, particularly because the prevalence of social media allows them to better see how their lives are interwoven with those around them. Foundations of Catholic Social Teaching: Living as a Disciple of Christ builds on those connections by helping teens find their place in the community of the faithful as they advocate for charity and justice in the world. The textbook, the second in the Encountering Jesus series released by Ave Maria Press, adheres to the USCCB guidelines for Elective Course C: Living as a Disciple of Jesus Christ. Organized around the seven principles of Catholic social teaching, Foundations of Catholic Social Teaching helps students gain a greater understanding of the roots of social teaching in the Church, its context in the Bible and Catechism and real-life examples of charity and justice in action. Developed in collaboration with experts in theology and pedagogy, Foundations for Catholic Social Teaching includes a number of new features as a part of a new, interactive design, including:  Chapter Focus Questions:  Each chapter’s main idea is posed as a question to the student to provide a broader context in which new ideas can be integrated and understood. Infographics: A wide variety of visual and interactive designs throughout the text help students understand theological concepts in ways they will remember. Currents Events: Each chapter opens with a story from the contemporary world that teens can relate to their own lives.  Educational Photos: Images throughout the text have been carefully chosen not only to illustrate the chapter but for teachers and students to use as educational tools. Note-Taking Graphic Organizers: Designed to help students organize, summarize, and sequence the text, various types of organizers were customized for every section of the book. Section Assessments: Each section includes pedagogically designed assessment questions with labels that show how the questions serve a variety of different learning styles. Online Resources: As always, teachers can access a wide variety of online resources at the Ave Maria Press website, including videos, PowerPoints, handouts, crossword puzzles, reading guides, and tests. (© 2015) The Subcommittee on the Catechism, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, has found that this catechetical high school text is in conformity with the Catechism of the Catholic Church and fulfills the requirements of Elective C of the Doctrinal Elements of a Curriculum Framework for the Development of Catechetical Materials for Young People of High School Age .
  • Geometry - Edward B/ Burger, Ph.D., David J. Chard, Ph.D., Paul A. Kennedy, Ph.D., Steven J. Leinwand, Freddie L. Renfro, MA, Tom W. Roby, Ph.D. & Bert K. Waits, Ph.D.


    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Geometry offers comprehensive instruction, assessment and intervention tools that you need to cover the Common Core Standards and provide multiple opportunities for students to master the Standards for Mathematical Practice   This special edition for iBooks offers the latest technology and multimedia-rich resources. These interactive, visually stunning resources engage students in a unique and exciting way. Media resources include Video Tutorials, Real-World Videos, Tap to Reveal answers, Quizzes, Animations, and Interactive Graphics.
  • Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Stage 2 - University of Cambridge School Classics Project


    Brings Latin to life! Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Stage 2 includes Model Sentences, Latin story, and information about the language and cultural background, plus an exciting range of multimedia activities designed to support teaching and learning Latin: introductory videos; audio dramatizations of all stories and Model Sentences; interactive activities.
  • Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Stage 3 - University of Cambridge School Classics Project


    Brings Latin to life! Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Stage 3 includes Model Sentences, Latin stories, and information about the language and cultural background, plus an exciting range of multimedia activities designed to support teaching and learning Latin: introductory videos; audio dramatizations; interactive activities.
  • Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Stage 4 - University of Cambridge School Classics Project


    Brings Latin to life! Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Stage 4 includes Model Sentences, Latin stories, and information about the language and cultural background, plus an exciting range of multimedia activities designed to support teaching and learning Latin: introductory videos; audio dramatizations of all stories and Model Sentences; interactive activities.
  • Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Stage 6 - University of Cambridge School Classics Project


    Brings Latin to life! Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Stage 6 includes Model Sentences, Latin stories, and information about the language and cultural background, plus an exciting range of multimedia activities designed to support teaching and learning Latin: introductory videos; audio dramatizations of all stories and Model Sentences; interactive activities.
  • Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Stage 5 - University of Cambridge School Classics Project


    Brings Latin to life! Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Stage 5 includes Model Sentences, Latin stories, and information about the language and cultural background, plus an exciting range of multimedia activities designed to support teaching and learning Latin: introductory videos; audio dramatizations of all stories and Model Sentences; interactive activities.
  • Breaking the Spanish Barrier Level 1 - John Conner


    Breaking the Spanish Barrier is part of the acclaimed language series that engages students of all levels, giving them all the tools needed to find success on the path to fluency.  First published in 1997, this series is now used throughout the country in high schools, colleges, and middle schools as well as by homeschool families and adult learners.   In this Level I book, ideal for beginning students, students are introduced to the present, preterite, and imperfect tenses.  They also learn formal commands and the progressive, and are introduced to sentence structure, differences between “ser” and “estar,” “por” and “para” and countless other “classics” of first-year study.  Hundreds of exercises reinforce the amazing explanations offered by one of the country’s leading language teachers.  As a special feature, all even chapters feature a rip-roaring adventure series, reminiscent of old-fashioned radio, recorded by native speakers with sound effects and music. Comprehension questions follow each episode. Vocabulary, grammar, and cultural information are presented in this new Breaking the Barrier iPad version in a way that can only be called revolutionary.  Combining the brilliant instructional features of the iPad with the winning approach developed by acclaimed teacher John Conner, dean of faculty at Groton School and former member of the AP Test Development Committee, this groundbreaking iPad version of the series is just what any language learner needs to excel.
  • Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Stage 8 - University of Cambridge School Classics Project


    Brings Latin to life! Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Stage 8 includes Model Sentences, Latin stories, and information about the language and cultural background, plus an exciting range of multimedia activities designed to support teaching and learning Latin: introductory videos; audio dramatizations of all stories and Model Sentences; interactive activities.
  • Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Stage 9 - University of Cambridge School Classics Project


    Brings Latin to life! Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Stage 9 includes Model Sentences, Latin stories, and information about the language and cultural background, plus an exciting range of multimedia activities designed to support teaching and learning Latin: introductory videos; audio dramatizations of all stories and Model Sentences; interactive activities.
  • Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Stage 7 - University of Cambridge School Classics Project


    Brings Latin to life! Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Stage 7 includes Model Sentences, Latin stories, and information about the language and cultural background, plus an exciting range of multimedia activities designed to support teaching and learning Latin: introductory videos; audio dramatizations of all stories and Model Sentences; interactive activities.
  • Kinematics - Tom Henderson


    The Physics Classroom's Kinematics is the first book in its Tutorial Series. It presents physics principles in a down-to-earth style. Difficult concepts are presented in a logical manner using an easy-to-understand language complemented by informative graphics and frequent animations. Interactive quizzes are included in nearly every section. While devoted to a concepts-first approach to physics learning, The Physics Classroom does not shy away from the teaching of mathematical ideas and word problems. The Interactive Practice Problems widgets guide the learner through the steps of becoming a successful problem-solver.
  • Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Stage 12 - University of Cambridge School Classics Project


    Brings Latin to life! Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Stage 12 includes Model Sentences, Latin stories, and information about the language and cultural background, plus an exciting range of multimedia activities designed to support teaching and learning Latin: introductory videos; audio dramatizations of all stories and Model Sentences; interactive activities.
  • Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Stage 10 - University of Cambridge School Classics Project


    Brings Latin to life! Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Stage 10 includes Model Sentences, Latin stories, and information about the language and cultural background, plus an exciting range of multimedia activities designed to support teaching and learning Latin: introductory videos; audio dramatizations of all stories and Model Sentences; interactive activities.
  • All-in-One Anatomy Exam Review - Carlos A. Suárez-Quian & Joel A. Vilensky


    The All-in-One is a brief, but comprehensive, region-based atlas. The All-in-One is an identification-type question tutorial to master reiterative skills. The All-in-One is a complex-type question and answer tutorial to serve as a board-type question review. Each volume includes the anatomy you need to quickly and efficiently review structures and concepts of an anatomical region to prepare for written and practical exams in the anatomy course designed for health professional students, especially medical students. 
  • Geometry - YourTeacher


    YourTeacher is proud to introduce the world's first Geometry textbook for the flipped classroom! In this amazing ‘textbook with a teacher inside ®,’ every lesson features video examples, practice problems with audio explanations, interactive multiple-choice self-tests, and much more! ******** "I would like to express my complete excitement in working with your program. The comprehension and retention of content with the students has skyrocketed, and the feedback from kids and parents has been very positive. With my Flipped Classroom, I am no longer a teacher that stands at the front of the room lecturing 'to' my students while they sit. I now work 'with' my students while they 'do.' I am very proud of just how much they have learned this year." Tenae Alfaro, Andover USD "The books are being used to facilitate a flip teaching classroom. The students are asked to watch the examples for the lesson outside of class, then answer the self-test questions. The next day, instead of having to teach the lesson, we reinforce the concept with some type of class discussion and activity. My students prefer it over the standard textbook and we have had really good success with it. The examples are very good and my students are doing well! We presented it to our school board and they are very supportive and excited about it." Jill Stringer, Park County School District #1 ******** Our Geometry eBook includes 10 chapters with 85 sections - all of the content you would find in a traditional Geometry textbook! Each of the 85 sections includes: - Video examples - Practice problems with step-by-step audio explanations - Multiple-Choice Self-Tests - Exercises, Notes, and more… Geometry Table of Contents: - Introduction to Geometry - Angle Pairs & Perpendicular Lines - Parallel Lines & Polygons - Triangles (Contains Sample Section) - Quadrilaterals - Similarity - Right Triangles - Circles - Area - Volume No Wifi or 3G connection required!
  • Jesus Christ: God's Revelation to the World [Second Edition 2016] - Ave Maria Press


    This thoroughly revised and enhanced edition of Jesus Christ: God’s Revelation to the World (Second Edition) introduces the story of salvation as it unfolds in both the Old Testament and New Testament. The text provides a thorough plan for reading and studying the Bible and gives students a general knowledge and appreciation of Sacred Scripture through which they encounter Jesus Christ. Theologically rich and challenging, yet accessible to students of all catechetical backgrounds, Jesus Christ: God’s Revelation to the World offers an inspiring, new pedagogical presentation rooted in several opportunities for engaging, learning, mastering, and applying course content to promote lasting knowledge of the core elements required in Course I of the USCCB curriculum framework. Jesus Christ: God’s Revelation to the World supports Course I of the USCCB Curriculum Framework and is a part of the Encountering Jesus series. It is also suitable for schools teaching a one-semester Scripture course or an Introduction to the Catholic Faith course in both high schools and parish religious education programs.   This enhanced digital edition of Jesus Christ: God’s Revelation to the World includes exclusive access to videos from the Apostleship of Prayer, America Media, Catholic Relief Services, the Congregation of Holy Cross, and Word on Fire Catholic Ministries. These videos enrich the written text with expert explanations of key theological concepts, sacred people, and sacred places by Bishop Robert Barron, Dr. John Bergsma, Rev. Kevin Grove, C.S.C., Rev. James Kubick, S.J., and Rev. James Martin, S.J. Developed in collaboration with experts in theology, catechesis, and pedagogy, Jesus Christ: God's Revelation to the World  includes a number of new features as part of an innovative design, including:  Chapter Focus Questions:   Each chapter’s main idea is posed as a question to the student to provide a broader context in which new ideas can be integrated and understood. Infographics:  A wide variety of visual and interactive designs throughout the text help students understand theological concepts in ways they will remember. Currents Events:  Each chapter opens with a story from the contemporary world that teens can relate to their own lives.  Educational Photos:  Images throughout the text have been carefully chosen not only to illustrate the chapter but for teachers and students to use as educational tools. Note-Taking Graphic Organizers:  Designed to help students organize, summarize, and sequence the text, various types of organizers were customized for every section of the book. Section Assessments:  Each section includes pedagogically designed assessment questions with labels that show how the questions serve a variety of different learning styles. Online Resources:  As always, teachers can access a wide variety of online resources at the Ave Maria Press website, including videos, PowerPoints, handouts, crossword puzzles, reading guides, and tests. (© 2016) In conformity with the Catechism of the Catholic Church and the USCCB Curriculum Framework.
  • Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Stage 11 - University of Cambridge School Classics Project


    Brings Latin to life! Cambridge Latin Course Unit 1 Stage 11 includes Model Sentences, Latin stories, and information about the language and cultural background, plus an exciting range of multimedia activities designed to support teaching and learning Latin: introductory videos; audio dramatizations of all stories and Model Sentences; interactive activities.
  • Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2 Stage 14 - University of Cambridge School Classics Project


    Brings Latin to life! Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2 Stage 14 includes Model Sentences, Latin stories, and information about the language and cultural background, plus an exciting range of multimedia activities designed to support teaching and learning Latin, including introductory videos, audio dramatizations of all stories and Model Sentences and interactive activities.
  • Accounting - Boundless


    Introduction to Accounting is a college-level, introductory textbook that covers the subject of Accounting, core to all studies of business. Boundless works with subject matter experts to select the best open educational resources available on the web, review the content for quality, and create introductory, college-level textbooks designed to meet the study needs of university students. This textbook covers: Introduction to Accounting -- What is Accounting, The Accounting Concept, Overview of Key Elements of the Business, Conveying Accounting Information, Conventions and Standards   Accounting Information and the Accounting Cycle -- Basics of Accounting, The Accounting Cycle   Financial Statements Overview -- The Income Statement, The Balance Sheet, The Statement of Cash Flows, Special Considerations for Merchandising Companies   Controlling and Reporting of Cash and Receivables -- Overview of Cash, Managing Cash, Overview of Receivables, Notes Receivable Detail, Basics of Receivables Management, Reporting and Analyzing Receivables   Controlling and Reporting of Inventories -- Understanding Inventory, Controlling Inventory, Valuing Inventory, Detail on Using LIFO, Additional Topics in Inventory Valuation, Assessing Inventory Management, Reporting and Analyzing Inventories   Controlling and Reporting of Real Assets : Property, Plant, Equipment, and Natural Resources -- Introduction to Long-Lived Assets, Components of Asset Cost, Valuing Assets, Depreciation of Assets, Impairment of Assets, Disposal of Assets, Depletion of Assets, Natural Resources, Reporting and Analyzing Assets   Controlling and Reporting of Intangible Assets -- Introduction to Intangible Assets, Types of Intangible Assets, Intangible Asset Impairment, Research & Development Cost, Reporting and Analyzing Intangibles   Valuation and Reporting of Investments in Other Corporations -- Approaches to Investment Accounting, Debt Held to Maturity, Debt for Sale, Holding Less than 20% of Shares, Holding 20-50% of Shares, Ownership: Holding More than 50% of Shares   Reporting of Current & Contingent Liabilities -- Introduction to Liabilities, Current Liabilities, Contingencies, Reporting and Analyzing Current Liabilities   The Time Value of Money -- Introduction to the Time Value of Money, Future Value, Single Amount, Annuities, Additional Detail on Present and Future Values, Yield, Valuing Multiple Cash Flows, Present Value, Single Amount   Reporting of Long-Term Liabilities -- Overview of Bonds, Valuing Bonds, Bond Retirement, Reporting and Analyzing Long-Term Liabilities   Reporting of Stockholders' Equity -- Understanding the Corporation, Stock Transactions, Rules and Rights of Common and Preferred Stock, Additional Detail on Preferred Stock, Dividend Policy, Cash Dividend Alternatives, Reporting and Analyzing Equity, Additional Topics in Stockholders' Equity   Detailed Review of the Income Statement -- Understanding the Income Statement, Revenue Recognition, Expense Recognition, Additional Income Statement Considerations, Reporting and Analyzing the Income Statement   Detailed Review of the Statement of Cash Flows -- Cash Flow Accounting, Calculating Cash Flows, Reporting and Analyzing Cash Flow Statements   Special Topics in Accounting: Income Taxes, Pensions, Leases, Errors, and Disclosures -- Income Tax Accounting, Pension Accounting, Lease Accounting, Making Changes and Correcting Errors, Additional Notes on Disclosures   Analyzing Financial Statements -- Overview of Financial Statements Analysis, Standardizing Financial Statements, Ratio Analysis Overview, Using Financial Ratios for Analysis, Liquidity Ratios, Debt Management Ratios, Profitability Ratios, Market Value Ratios, Cons
  • Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2 Stage 15 - University of Cambridge School Classics Project


    Brings Latin to life! Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2 Stage 15 includes Model Sentences, Latin stories, and information about the language and cultural background, plus an exciting range of multimedia activities designed to support teaching and learning Latin, including introductory videos, audio dramatizations of all stories and Model Sentences and interactive activities.
  • All-in-One Anatomy Exam Review: Volume 5. The Lower Limb - Carlos A. Suárez-Quian


    The All-in-One is a brief, but comprehensive, region-based atlas. The All-in-One is an identification-type question tutorial to master reiterative skills. The All-in-One is a complex-type question and answer tutorial to serve as a board-type question review. Each volume includes the anatomy you need to quickly and efficiently review structures and concepts of an anatomical region to prepare for written and practical exams in the anatomy course designed for health professional students, especially medical students.
  • Newton’s Laws - Tom Henderson


    The Physics Classroom's Newton's Laws textbook is the second book in its Tutorial Series. The book uses a down-to-earth style and an easy-to-understand language to discuss physics concepts in a logical manner. Difficult concepts are presented with the help of informative graphics and a common-sense approach. Interactive quizzes are sprinkled throughout the text to help the learner check for understanding. While committed to a concepts-first approach to learning, The Physics Classroom does not shy away from the teaching of mathematical ideas and the solving of word problems. The Interactive Practice Problems widgets guide the learner through the steps of becoming a successful problem-solver.
  • Finance - Boundless


    Introduction to Finance is a college-level, introductory textbook that covers the complex and fascinating subject of Finance. Boundless works with subject matter experts to select the best open educational resources available on the web, review the content for quality, and create introductory, college-level textbooks designed to meet the study needs of university students. This textbook covers:   Introduction to the Field and Goals of Financial Management -- Introducing Finance, Goals of Financial Management, Trends and Issues in Finance, Ethics, an Overview, Business Organization Types, Corporate Governance, Agency and Conflicts of Interest, Asset Classes, Financial Markets   Financial Statements, Taxes, and Cash Flow -- Introducing Financial Statements, The Income Statement, The Balance Sheet, Tax Considerations, The Statement of Cash Flows, Other Statements   Analyzing Financial Statements -- Standardizing Financial Statements , Ratio Analysis Overview, Profitability Ratios, Asset Management Ratios. Liquidity Ratios, Debt Management Ratios, Market Value Ratios, The DuPont Equation, ROE, ROA, and Growth, Using Financial Ratios for Analysis, Considering Inflation's Distortionary Effects, Other Distortions   Forecasting Financial Statements -- Role of Financial Forecasting in Planning, Overview of Forecasting, Forecasting the Income Statement, Forecasting the Balance Sheet, Building a Cash Budget, Analyzing the Forecasts   The Time Value of Money -- Introduction to the Time Value of Money , Future Value, Single Amount , Present Value, Single Amount , Annuities , Valuing Multiple Cash Flows , Additional Detail on Present and Future Values , Yield   Bond Valuation -- The Basics of Interest Rates,Additional Topics in Interest Rates, Key Characteristics of Bonds, Understanding Bonds,Advantages and Disadvantages of Bonds,Types of Bonds, Bond Markets, Valuing Bonds, Bond Risk   Stock Valuation -- What is Stock , Types of Stock , Rules and Rights of Common and Preferred Stock , Stock Markets , Stock Valuation , Valuing the Corporation   Introduction to Risk and Return -- Understanding Return, Portfolio Considerations, Impact of News of Expected Returns, Risk, Implications Across Portfolios, Diversification, Understanding the Security Market Line   Security Market Efficiency and Returns -- The Security Markets , Understanding Returns , Market Efficiency , Market Regulation   Introduction to the Cost of Capital -- The Concept of the Cost of Capital, Valuing Different Costs, Calculation Approaches, The WACC   Capital Budgeting -- Introduction to Capital Budgeting, Payback Method, Internal Rate of Return, Net Present Value, Cash Flow Analysis and Other Factors   The Role of Risk in Capital Budgeting --  Relationship Between Risk and Capital Budgeting, Assessing Stand-Alone Risk,  Risk and Return, Scenario and Simulation Assessments, Factors Impacting Capital Budgeting, Other Considerations in Capital Budgeting   Capital Structure -- Capital Structure Considerations, Understanding the Bankruptcy Process, Introducing Capital Structure, Thinking About Operating Leverage, Thinking About Financial Leverage   Obtaining Capital: Methods of Long-Term Financing -- Types of Financing, Venture Capital Detail, Leasing, Role of Investment Banks in Financing, Distributing Stock, Comparing Public and Private Financing   Dividends -- What are Dividends, Dividend Policy, Setting the Dividend, Cash Dividend Alternatives   Options and Corporate Finance -- Convertible Securities, Options, Warrants, Derivatives, Managing Risk with Derivatives   I ntroduction to Working Capital -- Working C
  • Biology - Yael Avissar, Jung Choi, Jean Desaix, Vladimir Jurukovski, Robert Wise & Connie Rye


    Biology is designed to cover the scope and sequence requirements of a typical two-semester biology course for science majors. The text provides comprehensive coverage of foundational research and core biology concepts through an evolutionary lens. Biology includes rich features that engage students in scientific inquiry, highlight careers in the biological sciences, and offer everyday applications.  iBooks Textbook Edition:  Before downloading, please check device, software, and storage requirements. Afterward, please take a moment to leave a review on the iBooks Store. Your feedback helps us improve our titles. About OpenStax:  OpenStax is a nonprofit based at Rice University with a mission to improve student access to education. Since 2012, OpenStax has created over 20 peer-reviewed, professional grade textbooks available in printed and digital formats. Learn more at www.openstax.org.
  • Chemistry - Boundless


    Introduction to Chemistry is a college-level, introductory textbook that covers the exciting subject of Chemistry, a discipline foundational to many areas of scientific study. Boundless works with subject matter experts to select the best open educational resources available on the web, review the content for quality, and create introductory, college-level textbooks designed to meet the study needs of university students. This textbook covers: Introduction to Chemistry -- Overview of Chemistry, Classification of Matter, Physical and Chemical Properties of Matter, Units of Measurement, Measurement Uncertainty, Dimensional Analysis   Atoms, Molecules, and Ions -- History of Atomic Structure, Discoveries Leading to Nuclear Atom Model, The Structure of the Atom, The Periodic Table, Types of Chemical Bonds, Chemical Formulas, Naming Compounds, Organic Compounds   Mass Relationships and Chemical Equations -- Atomic Mass, Molar Mass, Compound Composition, Experimental Data and Empirical Formulas, Reaction Stoichiometry   Aqueous Reactions -- Types of Aqueous Solutions, Precipitation Reactions, Acid-Base Reactions, Oxidation-Reduction Reactions, Solution Concentration   Gases -- Properties of Gases, Gas Laws, The Ideal Gas Law, Gas Stoichiometry, Partial Pressure, Kinetic Molecular Theory, Deviation of Gas from Ideal Behavior   Thermochemistry -- Energy, Introduction to Thermodynamics, Enthalpy, Calorimetry, Standard Enthalpy of Formation and Reaction, Energy Use and the Environment   Introduction to Quantum Theory -- The Nature of Light, Bohr's Theory, Quantum Mechanical Description of the Atomic Orbital, Orbital Shapes   Periodic Properties -- The History of the Periodic Table, Electron Configuration, Periodic Trends, Variation in Chemical Properties   Basic Concepts of Chemical Bonding -- Lewis Dot Symbols and Lewis Structures, The Ionic Bond, The Covalent Bond, Electronegativity, Formal Charge and Resonance, Exceptions to the Octet Rule, Bond Energy and Enthalpy   Advanced Concepts of Chemical Bonding -- VESPR Model, Molecular Geometry, Molecular Shape and Polarity, Valence Bond Theory, Molecular Orbital Theory   Liquids and Solids -- Kinetic Molecular Theory of Liquids and Solids, Intermolecular Forces, Liquid Properties, Solid Properties, Types of Crystals, Crystals and Band Theory, Amorphous Solids, Phase Changes, Phase Diagrams   Solutions -- Properties of Solutions, Concentration Units, Factors Affecting Solubility, Colligative Properties of Nonelectrolyte Solutions, Colligative Properties of Electrolyte Solutions, Colloids   Chemical Kinetics -- Reaction Rates, The Rate Law: Concentration and Time, Activation Energy and Temperature Dependence, Reaction Mechanisms, Catalysis   Chemical Equilibrium -- Equilibrium, Writing Equilibrium Constant Expressions, Calculating the Equilibrium Constant, Factors that Affect Chemical Equilibrium   Acids and Bases -- Acids and Bases, The pH Scale, Strength of Acids, Strength of Bases, Diprotic and Polyprotic Acids, Acid Strength and Molecular Structure, Acid-Base Properties of Salts, Acid-Base Properties of Oxides, Lewis Acids and Bases   Acid-Base Equilibria -- Homogeneous versus Heterogeneous Solution Equilibria, Buffer Solutions, Buffer Effectiveness, Acid-Base Titrations, Solubility Equilibria, Complex Ion Equilibria and Solubility, Qualitative Chemical Analysis   Thermodynamics -- The Laws of Thermodynamics, Entropy, Gibbs Free Energy, Free Energy and Chemical Equilibrium   Electrochemistry -- Oxidation-Reduction Equations, Electrochemical Cells, Standard Reduction Potentials, Cell Potentials, Batteries, Electrolysis, Corrosion   Nuclear Chemistry -- Radioactivity, Nuclear React
  • Algebra 1 - Edward B/ Burger, Ph.D., David J. Chard, Ph.D., Paul A. Kennedy, Ph.D., Steven J. Leinwand, Freddie L. Renfro, MA, Tom W. Roby, Ph.D. & Bert K. Waits, Ph.D.


    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Algebra 1 offer comprehensive instruction, assessment and intervention tools that you need to cover the Common Core Standards and provide multiple opportunities for students to master the Standards for Mathematical Practice   This special edition for iBooks offers the latest technology and multimedia-rich resources. These interactive, visually stunning resources engage students in a unique and exciting way. Media resources include Video Tutorials, Real-World Videos, Tap to Reveal answers, Quizzes, Animations, and Interactive Graphics.
  • Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2 Stage 17 - University of Cambridge School Classics Project


    Brings Latin to life! Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2 Stage 17 includes Model Sentences, Latin stories, and information about the language and cultural background, plus an exciting range of multimedia activities designed to support teaching and learning Latin: introductory videos; audio dramatizations of all stories and Model Sentences; interactive activities.
  • Breaking the Spanish Barrier Level 2 - John Conner


    Breaking the Spanish Barrier is part of the acclaimed language series that engages students of all levels, giving them all the tools needed to find success on the path to fluency.  First published in 1997, this series is now used throughout the country in high schools, colleges, and middle schools as well as by homeschool families and adult learners.   In this Level II book, ideal for intermediate students, the present, preterite and imperfect are reviewed before presenting the future, the conditional, compound tenses, as well as commands and an introduction to the subjunctive mood (after indirect commands and verbs of emotion).  Essential grammar topics are covered including comparisons, demonstratives, pronouns, “por” and “para,” definite and indefinite articles, and many more!  Hundreds of exercises reinforce the amazing explanations offered by one of the country’s leading language teachers. As a special feature, all even chapters feature a rip-roaring adventure series, reminiscent of old-fashioned radio, recorded by native speakers with sound effects and music. Comprehension questions follow each episode. Vocabulary, grammar, and cultural information are presented in this new Breaking the Barrier iPad version in a way that can only be called revolutionary.  Combining the brilliant instructional features of the iPad with the winning approach developed by acclaimed teacher John Conner, dean of faculty at Groton School and former member of the AP Test Development Committee, this groundbreaking iPad version of the series is just what any language learner needs to excel.
  • All-in-One Anatomy Exam Review - Carlos A. Suárez-Quian & Joel A. Vilensky


    The All-in-One is a brief, but comprehensive, region-based atlas. The All-in-One is an identification-type question tutorial to master recall skills. The All-in-One is a complex-type question and answer tutorial to serve as a board-type question review. Each volume includes the anatomy you need to quickly and efficiently review structures and concepts of an anatomical region to prepare for written and practical exams in the anatomy course designed for health professional students, especially medical students.
  • Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2 Stage 18 - University of Cambridge School Classics Project


    Brings Latin to life! Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2 Stage 18 includes Model Sentences, Latin stories, and information about the language and cultural background, plus an exciting range of multimedia activities designed to support teaching and learning Latin, including introductory videos, audio dramatizations of all stories and Model Sentences and interactive activities.
  • Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2 Stage 19 - University of Cambridge School Classics Project


    Brings Latin to life! Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2 Stage 19 includes Model Sentences, Latin stories, and information about the language and cultural background, plus an exciting range of multimedia activities designed to support teaching and learning Latin, including introductory videos, audio dramatizations of all stories and Model Sentences and interactive activities.
  • Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2 Stage 20 - University of Cambridge School Classics Project


    Brings Latin to life! Cambridge Latin Course Unit 2 Stage 20 includes Model Sentences, Latin stories, and information about the language and cultural background, plus an exciting range of multimedia activities designed to support teaching and learning Latin, including introductory videos, audio dramatizations of all stories and Model Sentences and interactive activities.
  • Pre-Algebra - YourTeacher


    YourTeacher is proud to introduce the world's first Pre-Algebra textbook for the flipped classroom! In this amazing ‘textbook with a teacher inside ®,’ every lesson features video examples, practice problems with audio explanations, interactive multiple-choice self-tests, and much more! ******** "I would like to express my complete excitement in working with your program. The comprehension and retention of content with the students has skyrocketed, and the feedback from kids and parents has been very positive. With my Flipped Classroom, I am no longer a teacher that stands at the front of the room lecturing 'to' my students while they sit. I now work 'with' my students while they 'do.' I am very proud of just how much they have learned this year." Tenae Alfaro, Andover USD "The books are being used to facilitate a flip teaching classroom. The students are asked to watch the examples for the lesson outside of class, then answer the self-test questions. The next day, instead of having to teach the lesson, we reinforce the concept with some type of class discussion and activity. My students prefer it over the standard textbook and we have had really good success with it. The examples are very good and my students are doing well! We presented it to our school board and they are very supportive and excited abo ut it." Jill Stringer, Park County School District #1 ******** Our Pre-Algebra eBook includes 9 chapters with 171 sections - all of the content you would find in a traditional Pre-Algebra textbook! Each of the 171 sections includes: - Video examples - Practice problems with step-by-step audio explanations - Multiple-Choice Self-Tests - Exercises, Notes, and more… Pre-Algebra Table of Contents: - Whole Numbers - Integers - Fractions - Decimals - Algebraic Thinking - Ratio, Proportion, & Percent (Contains Sample Section) - Geometry - Measurement - Probability & Statistics No Wifi or 3G connection required!
  • The Church - Dr. Scott Hahn


    This book presents the Church--One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic--as the continuation of Christ's Redemption. Examining the Church as the Mystical Body of Christ, it studies the foundation of the Church, her mission, and her attributes. It examines the Communion of Saints and the role of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The Didache Semester Series is a series of high school textbooks, teacher's manuals, and student workbooks published by Midwest Theological Forum. Each title spans one academic semester. These titles have been developed according to the 2007 curriculum framework from the USCCB Subcommittee on the Catechism to assist in the publication of religious education textbooks for Catholic high schools. This book, The Church: Sacrament of Salvation , corresponds to Book IV :  Jesus Christ's Mission Continues in the World Today (The Church)  in the curriculum framework. This textbook is published with ecclesiastical approval from the Archdiocese of Chicago, and it has been granted conformity with the  Catechism of the Catholic Church  by the USCCB Subcommittee on the Catechism.
  • Hamlet: The Shakesperience - William Shakespeare


    A Hands-on Experience with Shakespeare Experience Hamlet in an unexpected and exciting new way with The Shakesperience , which combines an engagingly touchable interface + remarkable audio + photos and illustrations to create an interactive Shakespeare experience unlike any you’ve ever seen.  Get Into Reading Hamlet Faster Our at-your-fingertip features allow you to more quickly immerse in and engage with the text.  At Your Fingertips •Complete glossary with embedded explanations (more than 1,300 terms!) allows you to immediately translate words you don’t know into contemporary English •The result ? Reading Shakespeare is easier and you’ll “get” the play much faster. Simply put, we’ll change the way you read Shakespeare. Performance Audio  First in a line of groundbreaking ebooks , Hamlet: The Shakesperience takes you from the page to the stage with audio embedded right in the scenes. Shakespeare’s plays come alive in performance, and you’ll hear some of the world’s best, including: •Sir Laurence Olivier’s breathtaking 1948 performance as Hamlet •An historic performance by Sir John Gielgud  •Sir Derek Jacobi acts as your narrator and explains the differences between each performance – you’ll experience scenes changing based on how they’re performed! •And much, much more Visuals Our visuals come directly from some of the best performances with galleries that burst off the page with photos, production notes, set renderings, and costume designs. The BEST of the iPad The Shakesperience makes magic happen with all the best features of your iPad, including: •Touch, tap, and swipe your way through the play •Feature-packed but in a compact file size and no wifi needed! •Full highlighleries that can be swiped and enlarged bring the play to life Developed with leading Shakespearean scholars and ideal for students , Hamlet: The Shakesperience ’s dynamic special features enhance the experience and make it the most friendly and fascinating Shakespeare you can imagine: •How does an actor “Speak Shakespeare”? Former voice coach to the Royal Shakespeare Company Andrew Wade shows you  •A full cast of actors explains how they approached their roles • Hamlet as performed - the view from the director’s chair of Kenneth Branagh • Hamlet in pop culture, including the most famous soliloquy in history — “To be or not to be.”  Text Editor Terri Bourus is a Professor of English Drama at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis where she directs the IUPUI-New Oxford Shakespeare Project. She is the Founding Director of Hoosier Bard Productions, the theatrical arm of the New Oxford Shakespeare, and is a General Editor for the NOS project. Dr. Bourus has published widely on Shakespeare’s texts and on Shakespeare in performance, especially Hamlet , and on Theatre History (Middleton, Fletcher, and Shakespeare). She recently directed Young Hamlet (based on the First Quarto of Hamlet), and Shakespeare's so-called "lost" play, The History of Cardenio . Dr. Bourus is the recipient of several prestigious university research and teaching awards including the Research Trailblazer's Award, the Claude Rich Excellence in Teaching Award, and seven Indiana University Trustees' Teaching Awards.
  • Psychology - Rose M. Spielman, PhD


    Psychology is designed to meet the scope and sequence for the single-semester introduction to psychology course. For many students, this may be their only college-level psychology course. As such, this textbook provides an important opportunity for students to learn the core concepts of psychology and understand how those concepts apply to their lives. The authors strive to make psychology, as a discipline, interesting and accessible to students. A comprehensive coverage of core concepts is grounded in both classic studies and current and emerging research, including coverage of the DSM-5 in discussions of psychological disorders. The text incorporates discussions that reflect the diversity within the discipline, as well as the diversity of cultures and communities across the globe.
  • Macbeth: The Shakesperience - William Shakespeare


    A Hands-on Experience with Shakespeare Experience Macbeth in an unexpected and exciting new way with The Shakesperience , which combines an engagingly touchable interface + remarkable audio + photos and illustrations to create an interactive Shakespeare experience unlike any you've ever seen. Get into Reading Macbeth Faster Our at-your-fingertip features allow you to more quickly immerse in and engage with the text. At Your Fingertips •Complete glossary with embedded explanations (1,000 terms!) allows you to immediately translate words you don't know into contemporary English •The result? Reading Shakespeare is easier and you'll "get" the play much faster. Simply put, we'll change the way you read Shakespeare. Performance Audio Macbeth: The Shakesperience takes you from the page to the stage with audio embedded right in the scenes. Shakespeare's plays come alive in performance, and you'll hear some of the world's best, including: •Orson Welles’s historic 1940 performance as Macbeth •Fiona Shaw as Lady Macbeth •Sir Derek Jacobi acts as your narrator and explains the differences between each performance – you'll experience scenes changing based on how they're performed! And much, much more Visuals Our visuals come directly from some of the best performances with galleries that burst off the page with photos, production notes, set renderings, and costume designs. The BEST of the iPad The Shakesperience makes magic happen with all the best features of your iPad, including: •Touch, tap, and swipe your way through the play •Feature-packed but in a compact file size and no wifi needed! •Full highlighting and note-taking abilities •Fully reflowable and resizable text in portrait or landscape views that allow you to read the way you want to •Photo galleries that can be swiped and enlarged bring the play to life Developed with leading Shakespearean scholars and ideal for students, Macbeth: The Shakesperience 's dynamic special features enhance the experience and make it the most friendly and fascinating Shakespeare you can imagine: •How does an actor "Speak Shakespeare"? Former voice coach to the Royal Shakespeare Company Andrew Wade shows you •A full cast of actors explains how they approached their roles • Macbeth in pop culture, including movies, parodies, and performances of Macbeth around the world Text Editor William Proctor Williams is professor of English emeritus at Northern Illinois University and Adjunct Professor of English at the University of Akron. He has published widely on editorial, bibliographical and English Renaissance subjects, and has received numerous grants and awards including a National Endowment for the Humanities research grant and a Senior Fulbright Research Fellowship;  in 2003-04, he was the Hinman Fellow at the Folger Shakespeare Library. He is currently at work on editions of Thomas Heywood’s The First and Second Parts of King Edward the Fourth and If You Know Not Me You Know No Body , Parts 1 and 2 for the Oxford University Press edition of Heywood's complete works, the New Variorum Edition of Titus Andronicus (MLA), and a critical edition of the manuscript and printed works of Cosmo Manuche.
  • Chemistry - Paul Flowers


    Chemistry is designed for the two-semester general chemistry course. For many students, this course provides the foundation to a career in chemistry, while for others, this may be their only college-level science course. As such, this textbook provides an important opportunity for students to learn the core concepts of chemistry and understand how those concepts apply to their lives and the world around them. The text has been developed to meet the scope and sequence of most general chemistry courses. At the same time, the book includes a number of innovative features designed to enhance student learning. A strength of Chemistry is that instructors can customize the book, adapting it to the approach that works best in their classroom.
  • Statistics - Boundless


    Introduction to Statistics is a college-level, introductory textbook that covers the fascinating subject of Statistics, a branch of mathematics highly relevant to everyday situations. Boundless works with subject matter experts to select the best open educational resources available on the web, review the content for quality, and create introductory, college-level textbooks designed to meet the study needs of university students. This textbook covers: Introduction to Statistics and Statistical Thinking – Overview   Statistics in Practice -- Observational Studies, Controlled Experiments   Visualizing Data -- The Histogram, Graphing Data   Frequency Distributions -- Frequency Distributions for Quantitative Data, Frequency Distributions for Qualitative Data   Describing, Exploring, and Comparing Data -- Central Tendancy, Measures of Relative Standing, The Law of Averages, Further Considerations for Data   Measures of Variation -- Describing Variability   Sampling -- Populations and Samples, Sample Surveys, Sampling Distributions, Errors in Sampling, Sampling Examples   Probability -- What Are the Chances?, Probability Rules, More About Chance   Probability and Variability -- Discrete Random Variables, The Binomial Random Variable, Other Random Variables   Continuous Random Variables -- The Normal Curve, Normal Approximation for Data, Measurement Error, Expected Value and Standard Error, Normal Approximation for Probability Histograms   Correlation and Regression -- Correlation, More About Correlation, Regression, The Regression Line, R.M.S. Error for Regression, Multiple Regression   Estimation and Hypothesis Testing -- Estimation, Confidence Intervals, Hypothesis Testing, Hypothesis Testing with Two Samples, Comparing More than Two Means, The F-Test, Analysis of Variance (Repeated Measures)   Other Hypothesis Tests -- The T-Test, The Chi-Squared Test, Tests for Ranked Data, Nonparametric Statistics   A Closer Look at Tests of Significance -- Which Test?, A Closer Look at Tests of Significance
  • Writing - Boundless


    Introduction to Writing is a college-level, introductory textbook that covers the all-important subject of Writing. Boundless works with subject matter experts to select the best open educational resources available on the web, review the content for quality, and create introductory, college-level textbooks designed to meet the study needs of university students. This textbook covers: The Practice of Writing -- The Practice of Critical Reading, The Practice of Rhetoric, The Practice of Writing Paper Execution -- Planning Your Argument, Planning Your Topic, The Practice of Drafting, The Practice of Researching, The Practice of Revising Academic Writing -- "So What?", Academic Writing, Academic Writing Doesn't Always Mean Setting Aside Your Own Voice, Connecting the Parts, The Practice of Distinguishing What You Say from What They Say, The Practice of Metacommentary, The Practice of Quoting, The Practice of Responding, The Practice of Responding to Objections, The Practice of Summarizing, The Practice of Writing Across Disciplines, The Practice of Writing in the Natural Sciences, The Practice of Writing in the Social Sciences Conversations -- The Practice of Class Discussions, The Practice of Conversation Style, Structure, and Grammar -- Grammar, Mechanics, Punctuation, Sentence Building, Sentence Style, Word Choice
  • Cambridge Latin Course Unit 3 Stage 21 - University of Cambridge School Classics Project


    Brings Latin to life! Cambridge Latin Course Unit 3 Stage 21 includes Model Sentences, Latin stories, and information about the language and cultural background, plus an exciting range of multimedia activities designed to support teaching and learning Latin.
  • English Essentials: Writing - Alfred Siha


    Welcome to English Essentials: Writing , the official iBooks Textbook to the successful iTunes U complete course “English Essentials: Writing”!  This iBooks Textbook can stand on its own, but it is best paired with either an in-person writing course or the iTunes U. This iBooks Textbook will cover important college-level areas of writing such as purpose and audience, the writing process, introductions and thesis statements, and the different forms of the English language. It also includes common academic essay assignments such as narrative, comparison, research, and argument.  Chapters on creative ways of representing knowledge (featuring real student examples), and easy to follow, easy to understand grammar rules and common errors will conclude this iBooks Textbook.
  • The Art of the Now - Lesley Ferris & The Ohio State University Department of Theatre


    Like the collective art form of theatre itself, this interactive, multi-touch introductory text is a collaborative effort on the part of Ohio State’s Department of Theatre to propose a variety of ways for reflecting on, writing on, and seeing theatre. Using various formats from eyewitness accounts of spectators to first person narratives by various theatre artists, the book considers theatre as play, issues of ritual, the embodied nature of live performance, and the audience/actor relationship, amongst many other topics. Interweaving historical, social, and political aspects, it offers insights into the rich varieties of contemporary performance.
  • Concepts of Biology - Samantha Fowler, Rebecca Roush & James Wise


    Concepts of Biology is designed for the introductory biology course for non-majors taught at most two- and four-year colleges. The scope, sequence, and level of the program are designed to match typical course syllabi in the market. Concepts of Biology includes interesting applications, features a rich art program, and conveys the major themes of biology. Included in this interactive version are embedded videos from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, click through demonstrations of common biological processes, as well as interactive quizzing tools that allow you to test your understanding and immediately receive feedback.
  • U.S. History, Volume I: Pre-1492—1865 - Boundless


    Boundless U.S. History is a college-level, introductory textbook that covers the exciting subject of U.S. History. Volume I covers early American history through 1865. Boundless works with subject matter experts to select the best open educational resources available on the web, review the content for quality, and create introductory, college-level textbooks designed to meet the study needs of university students. This textbook covers: Pre-Columbian America: Before 1492 -- Archaeology and Pre-Columbian Settlements, Early Inhabitants of the Americas, The Early Hunter-Gatherers, Agricultural Settlements and Chiefdoms, Mexica: Early Empires in Mesoamerica   The New World: 1492-1600 -- The Expansion of Europe, Exploration and Conquest of the New World   Britain and the Settling of the Colonies: 1600-1750 -- The British Empire in North America, Settling the Chesapeake, Settling New England, Settling the Middle Colonies and Georgia, Settling the Southern Colonies, Slavery and the Colonial Experience, Unification of the Colonies   The Expansion and Crises of the Colonies: 1650-1750 -- English Administration of the Colonies, Self-Government in the Colonies, Troubled Neighbors, The Colonial Wars, Empires in Conflict, British Expansion, Colonies in Crisis, The Growth of the Colonies, Social Class in the Colonies   Slavery, Freedom, and the Struggle for Empire: 1750-1763 -- Slavery in the Colonies, Slave Culture and Rebellion, An Empire of "Freedom", Political Climate of the Colonies   The British Empire and the Colonial Crisis: 1754-1775 -- The Seven Year's War: 1754-1763, The Sugar and Stamp Acts: 1763-1765, The Townshend Acts and Economic Retaliation: 1767-1770, The Tea Party and the Coercive Acts: 1770-1774, Domestic Insurrections: 1774-1775   The American Revolution: 1763-1783 -- The Second Continental Congress, The First Year of the War: 1775-1776, Patriots and Loyalists, Setbacks for the British: 1777, The Campaigns of 1777-1779: The North and the West, Both Sides Re-Group in 1778, The End of the Revolution   American Life during the Revolution: 1763-1789 -- American Life During the Revolution, The Political Revolution, The Social Revolution, The Religious Revolution, The Economic Revolution, Slavery and the Revolution, Women and the Revolution   Founding a Nation: 1783-1789 -- America under the Articles of Confederation, A New Constitution, The Ratification Debate and the Origin of the Bill of Rights, "We the People", State Sovereignty, The Confederation's Problems, The United States Constitution, Ratification of the Constitution   The Federalist Era: 1789-1801 -- The Federalist Era, Hamilton's Economic Policy, The Republican Alternative, Foreign and Domestic Crises, Expansion of the U.S. Territory, Political Conflicts in the West, East, and South, The Transfer of Power, The Adams Presidency   Securing the Republic: 1800-1815 -- The Election of 1800, First Party System, The Jefferson Presidency, Divisions in the Republican Party, The War in Europe, The Madison Presidency, The War of 1812   Democracy in America: 1815-1840 -- Women in the Early Republic, The Monroe and Adams Presidency, The Spread of Democracy, Economic Nationalism, Judicial Nationalism, The Jackson Presidency, Van Buren's Presidency   The Market Revolution: 1815-1840 -- The Market Revolution, A Market Society, The Industrial Revolution, The Limits of Prosperity   Religion, Romanticism, and Cultural Reform: 1820-1860 -- The Age of Cultural Reforms, The Second Great Awakening, Romanticism in America, The Emergence of "American" Literature, Educational Reforms, Popular Culture, Immigration   The Westward Movement and Manifest Destiny: 1812-1860 -- Manifest Destiny, Expansion and the Mexican-American War   Slave
  • Cambridge Latin Course Unit 3 Stage 22 - University of Cambridge School Classics Project


    Brings Latin to Life! Cambridge Latin Course Unit 3 Stage 22 includes Model Sentences, Latin Stories, and information the language and cultural background, plus an exciting range of multimedia activities designed to support teaching and learning Latin.
  • Introduction to Catholicism - James Socias


    Introduction to Catholicism contains the same Catholic teaching found in the popular original textbook, with expanded topics.  Based on the Catechism of the Catholic Church , this text covers the basic tenets of the Faith and what it means to be Catholic; to include an additional 200+ pages, a new design layout, and additional pieces of full-color liturgical art.   This textbook, one of four in the  Didache Complete Course Series ,   is used by high schools, home school groups, RCIA, and is also suitable for anyone looking to broaden their Faith knowledge.      Twenty-five chapters, topics include: The Holy Catholic Church  The Blessed Trinity The Paschal Mystery The Blessed Virgin Mary The Sacraments and Prayer Christian Morality and the Universal Call to Holiness New chapter on Social Doctrine  The Didache Complete Course Series  is the series of four high school textbooks, teacher's manuals, and student workbooks.  Each title spans one academic year.  As of 2009, the textbooks were being used in about one-third Catholic high schools. This textbook is published with ecclesiastical approval from the Archdiocese of Chicago.
  • The Periodic Table of the Elements - Michael P. Finnegan, Ph.D. & Ryan Nurmela


    A journey rooted in the key laboratory experiments that led to the uncovering of a grand order behind all the matter in the universe, The Periodic Table of the Elements brings the profound ideas of chemistry directly to you.  All of chemistry is expressed in the amazing table of the elements.  Where did it come from?  What does it mean?  After participating in the journey, you will come to know and own the periodic table of the elements in a very deep way.
  • Cambridge Latin Course Unit 3 Stage 23 - University of Cambridge School Classics Project


    Brings Latin to life! Cambridge Latin Course Unit 3 Stage 23 includes Model Sentences, Latin stories, and information about the language and cultural background, plus an exciting range of multimedia activities designed to support teaching and learning Latin.
  • College Algebra - Christopher Valle


    This book covers selected topics generally offered in College Algebra. The book also includes interactive figures. Current topics include the following: Graphs of Functions Function Transformations Systems of Equations Exponents Logarithms Exponential Models If anyone reports a type I will correct the book and issue an update immediately. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me. Christopher Valle christophervalle@me.com
  • Work and Energy - Tom Henderson


    The Physics Classroom's Work and Energy textbook is the fifth book in its Tutorial Series. The book uses a down-to-earth style and an easy-to-understand language to discuss the work-energy model in a logical manner. Difficult concepts are presented with the help of informative graphics and a common-sense approach. Interactive quizzes are sprinkled throughout the book to help the learner check for understanding. Several interactive widgets are also included, providing learners with mini-apps right inside the textbook. While committed to a concepts-first approach to learning, The Physics Classroom does not shy away from the teaching of mathematical ideas and the solving of word problems. Learners will appreciate the systematic approach to solving problems that is modeled in the Example Problems. And they will have ample opportunity to perfect their own problem-solving skills by doing the numerous Practice Problems. Each Practice Problem is accompanied by an answer and a complete solution.
  • Algebra - Boundless


    Introduction to Algebra is a college-level, introductory textbook that covers the important subject of Algebra -- one of the basic building blocks of studies in higher mathematics. Boundless works with subject matter experts to select the best open educational resources available on the web, review the content for quality, and create introductory, college-level textbooks designed to meet the study needs of university students. This textbook covers: The Building Blocks of Algebra -- Real Numbers, Exponents, Scientific Notation, Order of Operations, Working with Polynomials, Factoring, Rational Expressions, Radical Notation and Exponents, Basics of Equation Solving   Graphs, Functions, and Models -- Introduction to Graphing, Functions: An Introduction, Modeling Equations of Lines, Functions Revisited, Algebra of Functions, Transformations Functions, Equations, and Inequalities -- Linear Equations and Functions, Complex Numbers, Quadratic Equations, Functions, and Applications, Graphs of Quadratic Functions, Further Equation Solving, Working with Linear Inequalities   Polynomial and Rational Functions -- Polynomial Functions and Models, Graphing Polynomial Functions, Polynomial Division; The Remainder and Factor Theorems, Zeroes of Polynomial Functions and Their Theorems, Rational Functions, Inequalities, Variation and Problem Solving   Exponents and Logarithms -- Inverse Functions, Graphing Exponential Functions, Graphing Logarithmic Functions, Properties of Logarithmic Functions, Growth and Decay; Compound Interest   Systems of Equations and Matrices -- Systems of Equations in Two Variables, Systems of Equations in Three Variables, Matrices, Matrix Operations, Inverses of Matrices, Determinants and Cramer's Rule, Systems of Inequalities and Linear Programming, Partial Fractions   Conic Sections -- The Parabola, The Circle and the Ellipse, The Hyperbola, Nonlinear Systems of Equations and Inequalities   Sequences, Series and Combinatorics -- Sequences and Series, Arithmetic Sequences and Series, Geometric Sequences and Series, Mathematical Inductions, Combinatorics, The Binomial Theorem, Probability
  • Core Ideas in Life Science - Brian A. Jerome, Ph.D.


    The most comprehensive, interactive, and colorful middle school life science textbook is now available for your students! On target with the Next Generation Science Standards, this exciting textbook helps students learn in ways never before possible. Thirty-one vocabulary rich chapters cover the entire middle school life science curriculum. Easy-to-understand text coupled with over 300 narrated movies, over 1500 instructive images, over 100 engaging animations, dozens of interactive graphics, and student assessments make learning fun and meaningful. You and your students will not be able to put this book down! 31 chapters include: science and engineering, early life, cells, cell processes, heredity, fundamentals of genetics, genetics in action, genetics in our lives, evolution, life through time, evidence of change, classifying life, viruses and prokaryotes, protists, plants in our lives, plant structure and function, photosynthesis and plant responses, plant reproduction, invertebrate animals, vertebrate animals, bones and muscles, digestion and excretion, circulation and respiration, nervous system and endocrine system, the biosphere, ecosystem dynamics, natural cycles, deserts and tundra, grasslands, forests, water.
  • Cambridge Latin Course Unit 3 Stage 24 - University of Cambridge School Classics Project


    Brings Latin to Life! Cambridge Latin Course Unit 3 Stage 24 includes Model Sentences, Latin Stories, and information the language and cultural background, plus an exciting range of multimedia activities designed to support teaching and learning Latin.
  • Cambridge Latin Course Unit 3 Stage 26 - University of Cambridge School Classics Project


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