113 pages , Independently Published , 2017-01-20 It's time to make both teaching English and learning English fun and engaging again. Be a successful and effective teacher with ESL Classroom Games, a book that is jam-packed with 180 challenging English language games and activities. ________________________________ The book features a wide variety of reading, writing, sp...[Read More]
Chase H.Q. (????H.Q., "Chase Headquarters") is a 1988 arcade racing game, released by Taito. It is sometimes seen as a spiritual successor to Taito's earlier Full Throttle. The player assumes the role of a police officer named Tony Gibson, member of the "Chase Special Investigation Department." Along with his partner, Raymond Broady, he must stop fleeing criminals in high-speed pursuits in a black...[Read More]
24 pages , Speedy Publishing LLC , 2013-09-10 You've probably heard the saying that as you get older, you starting becoming more forgetful and your brain just doesn't function as well as it used to in your prime. Well, that eventuality can be slowed down in a fun way that most people enjoy which is figuring out or solving puzzles. "Brain and Memory Games: 70 Fun Puzzles ...[Read More]
144 pages , Bob Swope, Jacobob Press , 2011-02-21 A practical handbook for youth Field Hockey coaches, this edition contains a total of 217 drills, techniques, plays, and games, complete with illustrated diagrams and a short explanation of how each one works. All are numbered for easy reference between coaches.
232 pages , Parker , 1994-01-01 Over 170 safe, exciting, & purposeful outdoor games & activities that make it easy to teach students that physical fitness & exercise can be fun. These action games provide both controlled physical exercise & intellectual stimulation while promoting cooperation & social skills.
261 pages , Yale University Press , 2014-01-28 Proteus, the mythical sea god who could alter his appearance at will, embodies one of the promises of online games: the ability to reinvent oneself. Yet inhabitants of virtual worlds rarely achieve this liberty, game researcher Nick Yee contends. Though online games evoke freedom and escapism, Yee shows that virtual spaces p...[Read More]