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  • The purpose of this book is to provide the aspiring bass player with a wide variety of finger exercises for developing the techniques necessary to succeed in today's music scene. It can also play an important role in a bass player's daily practicing program. The 200 exercises are designed to help increase your speed, improve your dexterity, develop accuracy and promote finger independence. Recommended by world-acclaimed bass players, music schools and music magazines, this is the ultimate bass handbook. The added use of photos makes the lessons complete!...

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  • In a nearby school three eighth graders are overheard rehearsing ‘today’s problem with adults’: ‘What do they know about our kind of music anyway?’ ‘Yeah! You’d think they never had sex ‘n’ stuff in their own lives, the way they put down our music.’ ‘They can’t stand having young people expressin’ their own feelings. Like, we’re just supposed to be like them.’ ‘Did you hear what Joey’s parents did! They took his whole CD collection away from him. They go to one of those weird churches where they preach against kids’ music.’...

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  • Tham khảo sách 'a historical perspective of music distribution and copyright law:how internet radio is the next', kinh doanh - tiếp thị, quản trị kinh doanh phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • Human beings communicate in four ways.We listen, speak, read, and write.When you were a baby the first thing you did was listen to the world around you. You recognized voices; you were startled by noises; you were soothed by music. Then you began to imitate the sounds you heard and you experimented by creating your own sounds. You learned that crying brought attention, words identified things, and that linking words together made meaning. Then you learned that symbols on a page held unique meaning, and you learned to read.

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  • In this book we trace the development of Media and Cultural Theory from the Enlightenment through to the present day. Along the way we gesture towards a range of contemporary media texts including film, television, journalism, pop music, the Internet. And, indeed, what first attracted us to BookBoon was the opportunity to create a text that we could update and keep fresh; the media industry moves quickly and it is important to be able to revise interpretations in light of this. With this in mind we decided to make the scope of material covered fairly broad, ranging from Edmund Burke’s...

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  • You make them every day. What do I want for breakfast? Which shirt can I pull out of the dirty-clothes hamper to wear to school today? Should I finish my homework or play video games? Some choices don't make much difference in the overall scheme of things. Face it; who really cares whether you wear the blue shirt or the red one? Other choices are a major big deal. Figuring out what you want to be when you grow up is one of those all-important choices.

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  • These adult ESOL learners may reside in the United States perma- nently, or in some cases for indefi nite but long periods of time (in contrast to international university students who are typically expected to return to their home countries). Also included here are the adult children of these immigrants and refugees—children who arrived in the United States late enough in life that their own spoken English is noticeably nonnative and not their dominant language.

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  • Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? All students should be required to study art and music in secondary school. Use specific reasons to support your answer.

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  • From 2004 to 2006 I taught an introductory film history course in the School for the Contemporary Arts at Simon Fraser University covering cinema’s first five decades. While approximately twenty-five percent of the students taking this course were enrolled in the department’s film production major and were actively creating their own 16mm films, the remain- ing students were largely taking the course out of personal interest or to fulfill requirements for other degrees.

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  • By the end of the lesson, the students will be able to read for comprehension and discuss after- school activities in America. II/ Language contents. 1, Vocabulary: teenager, attent, youth, organization, scout, guide, musical instrument, coin, model, plane, 2, Structures: What do American teenages like doing in their free time? -They like attending youth organizations such as scouts and guides . III/ Teaching aids. Make a plan. Prepare the pictures of American teenagers’ activities.

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  • Nhắc đến IF chúng ta thường nhắc đến 3 hay 4 loại If nhưng đằng sau đó If còn có nhiều loại nữa ,,, 1.If....then :Nếu...thì VD: If she can't come to us,then we will have to go and see her 2.

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  • There are many indications that schools have become increasingly vocation-oriented in recent years, with integrating many work-based courses in curriculum. Some academics advocate that sport and music classes should be cancelled in exchange for more academic classes, in an effort to help students beat other jobseekers. This argument has several strong elements that deserve attention.

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  • What astonishes me about learning how to program is not that it's so hard, but that it's so easy. Am I nuts? Hardly. It's just that my curse is the curse of a perfect memory, and I remember piano lessons. My poor mother paid $600 in 1962 for a beautiful cherrywood spinet, and every week for two years I trucked off to Wilkins School of Music for a five dollar lesson. It wasn't that I was a reluctant student; I love music and I genuinely wanted to master the damned thing.

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  • Listen to the talk and decide whether these statements are True (T) or False (F): (2ms) ________ 1. Elizabeth Blackwell was born in New York City. ________ 2. She wanted to become a doctor. ________ 3. It was possible for a woman in the middle of the 19th century. ________ 4. She taught at schools and gave music lessons to earn money.

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  • Aim: Reading for details about recess activities in an American school. Objective: By the end of the lesson. Ss will be able to retell the activities of students in American school’s recess. 1.Warm-up: Revision. Bingo: Ss write five activities at recess. T.reads: Play catch / skip rope / drink / play marbl / play tennis / play soccer/ play baseball / talk to friends / read / listen to music / eat / play badming / chat / meet friends.

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  • After leaving school in Sheffield, UK, Steve worked in the print industry for 10 years before being made redundant. He decided to return to education and completed courses in many subjects including Information Technology, Business and Finance, Sound Engineering and Music Production, Science and a BSc. in Biomedical Science. After graduating, Steve had several jobs in various scientific fields including immunology and developmental genetics, during which time he developed a keen interest in digital imaging which progressed into an interest in creative Photography.

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  • Gershwin dropped out of school at age 15 and earned a living by making piano rolls for player pianos and by playing in New York nightclubs. His most important job in this period was his work as a song plugger, who promoted interest in the sheet music of popular songs by playing and singing those songs in stores.

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  • When My Time Come Music: Peaceful Life Revised By: Henry I've been thinking for a long time about what we do in our life… We spend a great part of Our childhood studying, We start by being taught in school how to become a good citizen.

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  • I . OBJECTIVES Help the students to talk about what they do after school . II . LANGUAGE CONTENTS : - Grammar: Simple present tense with singular noun and flural noun. - Vocabulary: Watch , listen ,read . music, housework. III . TECHNIQUES:: group works, pair work, ask and answer. IV . TEACHING AIDS :: Pictures page 53 and cassete.

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  • Practice 56b Circle the correct form of used to or be used to. 1 2 home from school. 3 Do you remember how {we used to / we're used to) listen to music all the time? 4 5 6 [Were you used to / Did you use to) spend hours in front of the mirror when you were young? {I'm not used to / I didn't use to) eating this sort of food. {This is used to / This used to) be an industrial area. 'live in London, but I moved. used to) cooking for themselves when they get 7 {I'm...

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