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The Forgotten Skills Of Self Sufficiency Used By The Mormon Pioneers by Caleb Warnock
Using truly simple techniques cultivated by the early Mormon pioneers, the author presents a guide to self-sufficient living with an emphasis on homegrown food.
Forgotten Skills Of Cooking by Darina Allen
Winner of the Andre Simon Food Book Award 2009. Darina Allen has won many awards such as the World Gourmand Cookbook Award 2018, the Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Irish Culinary Sector by Euro-Toques, the UK Guild of Food Writers Lifetime Achievement Award and the 2018 Guaranteed Irish Food Hero Award. 'There's not much this gourmet grande dame doesn't know.' Observer Food Monthly In this sizeable hardback, Darina Allen reconnects you with the cooking skills that missed a generation or two. The book is divided into chapters such as Dairy, Fish, Bread and Preserving, and forgotten processes such as smoking mackerel, curing bacon and making yogurt and butter are explained in the simplest terms. The delicious recipes show you how to use your home-made produce to its best, and include ideas for using forgotten cuts of meat, baking bread and cakes and even eating food from the wild. The Vegetables and Herbs chapter is stuffed with growing tips to satisfy even those with the smallest garden plot or window box, and there are plenty of suggestions for using gluts of vegetables. You'll even discover how to keep a few chickens in the garden. With over 700 recipes, this is the definitive modern guide to traditional cookery skills.
Listening The Forgotten Skill by Madelyn Burley-Allen
In this new edition of her classic guide to the art of effective listening, Madelyn Burley-Allen shows you how to acquire active, productive listening skills and put them to work for you-professionally, socially, and personally. With her time-tested techniques, you'll learn how to: Eliminate distractions and improve your concentration on what is being said Locate key words, phrases, and ideas while listening Cut through your own listening biases Interpret body language clues Ask constructive, nonthreatening questions that elicit real information Get others to listen to you Master a whole range of listening skills that you can use on the job and in your personal life.
Camping S Forgotten Skills by Cliff Jacobson
Camping out has changed considerably from the good old days of pine bough beds, bonfires and fresh-cut trail shelters. No longer is it ethical to shape the land to suit our whims. There are just too few wild places and too many of us. As an unfortu-nate result, the days of the wise old scoutmaster who could sniff a coming storm and rig a tight camp in a driving rain seems to have succumbed to the age of the tech-weenie. Skills have taken a back acre to equipment. It's important to have high tech equipment, but what if you can't afford it? What if you become separated from your stove in a capsize? What if a large tear develops in your tent in canyon country or a remote northern river? Are you prepared? Are your skills honed? Do you have the skills it takes to survive the mosquitoes, the rain, or the cold food in the event of a disaster?
More Forgotten Skills Of Self Sufficiency by CALEB WARNOCK.
The Forgotten Third Skill by Marcelle Kellermann
Listening by Madelyn Burley-Allen
Listening by Madelyn Burley-Allen
Examples, exercises, and illustrations help review the techniques of listening, asking questions, interpreting body language, and getting others to listen
Behavior The Forgotten Curriculum by Chris Weber
To fully prepare students for college, careers, and life, it is essential for educators to nurture students' behavioral skills along with their academic skills. With Behavior: The Forgotten Curriculum, you will learn how to employ the most effective behavioral and social skills activities for your particular class and form unique relationships with each and every learner. Through this personalized classroom behavior-management approach, you can anticipate potential problem areas and confidently respond to students in need of intensive and differentiated supports. Use behavior-management strategies based on response to intervention to: Understand the importance of communicating the why of behavioral learning to students. Identify and define the behavioral skills that will most benefit your students. Model and teach behavioral skills simultaneously with academic skills. Learn how and when to employ behavioral system supports across all three RTI tiers (MTSS). Implement formative assessment and other tools for measuring behavioral-skill development and success. Hear from educators who have successfully applied behavioral-skill teaching in their classroom-management strategies. Contents: Introduction Chapter 1: Identifying and Defining Behavioral Skill Priorities Chapter 2: Teaching and Modeling Chapter 3: Measuring Student Success, Providing Feedback, and Differentiating in Tier 1 Chapter 4: If It's Predictable, It's Preventable: Considerations for Tiers 2 and 3 Chapter 5: Predictable Challenges and Considerations for Implementation Epilogue Appendix References and Resources
Victorian Farm 2nd Edition by Alex Langlands
No electricity, no gas, no flushing toilet, and no tractor! Could you survive a year on a Victorian farm? In this fascinating time-traveling experiment a team of historians spend a year recreating farm life in 1885. Accompanying the television series, this book follows the team as they try to run a farm using only materials and resources that would have been available to them in the Victorian era. This was a crucial period in the history of Britain--rapid industrialization had radically changed life in the cites but rural communities used a mixture of centuries-old and pioneering modern practices. Packed with informative text and photographs from the farm year, this book reveals exactly what the Victorians ate and wore and how they managed their animals, farmed the land, and organized their lives. Providing a real insight into life on a Victorian farm, this series is also a fascinating reminder of how history comes full circle. The organic diet of 1885, use of natural products for cleaning and healthcare, and interests in crafts and gardening are of increasing relevance today as we look for a more responsible way of living over 120 years later.