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In the bustling cities of the mid-nineteenth-century Northeast, young male clerks working in commercial offices and stores were on the make, persistently seeking wealth, respect, and self-gratification. Yet these strivers and "counter jumpers" discovered that claiming the identities of independent men—while making sense of a volatile capitalist economy and fluid urban society—was fraught with uncertainty. In On the Make, Brian P. Luskey illuminates at once the power of the ideology of self-making and the important contests over the meanings of respectability, manhood, and citizenship that helped to determine who clerks were and who they would become. Drawing from a rich array of archival materials, including clerks’ diaries, newspapers, credit reports, census data, advice literature, and fiction, Luskey argues that a better understanding of clerks and clerking helps make sense of the culture of capitalism and the society it shaped in this pivotal era.
A book jam-packed full of fun dances, dance steps and choreographed routines for primary children and teachers. Written in the 101 series style - a series trusted by primary school teachers. Includes: Warm up and cool down, Easy dances (e.g. Kenyan hop, Twist), Medium dances (e.g. Hilly Billy, Mambo), Harder dances (e.g. Salsa, Cha cha). An introduction explains the importance of getting children dancing to improve their fitness and develop their listening and thinking skills. Each dance comes with a step-by-step set of instructions, backed up with a DVD showing Cush Jumbo going through the steps.
Includes miscellaneous newsletters (Music at Michigan, Michigan Muse), bulletins, catalogs, programs, brochures, articles, calendars, histories, and posters.
When Julie, Lucy, and Alia sign up for rock the new style brings a lot of new lessons, not the least of which is that cute boys don't necessarily make good dance partners. And the girls can't forget their ballet skills, not when Miss Anne has the whole troupe performing The Nutcracker . . . in Russia! Carla, jealous as always, is intent on ruining the show; the girls may need some help from an unexpected place to pull it off this time!
This title encourages pupils to examine the developments in post-war Britain and to consider how they have contributed to today's society. Stimulating activities cover economic developments and industrialisation, recreational and religious choices, and Britain's relations with other communities and countries.
Introduces the basics of classic ballet, gives a brief history, tells how a ballet is prepared, and discusses the work of the choreographer, the technicians, and the designers.
Can the girls out-dance Carla to the Nationals, or will distractions undermine everything they've worked so hard for? Julie, Lucy and Alia are best friends and share the same passion: dance. Piling on the classes, they're training hard to get into the National Ballet Competition in Paris. One main rival is right in their very school: archenemy Carla. These three will have to balance competition, new boyfriends, and classes without letting things get out of hand.
What could be better than Christmas? Christmas in London, that's what! Julie, Lucie, and Alia are excited to get a letter from their friend Prune, inviting them to visit her in England. This is going to be the vacation of a lifetime! The only problem is that Prune doesn't exactly have time off in mind; she wants the girls to help her pull off a Christmas musical, which wouldn't be too bad if rival Carla hadn't come along for the occasion, as well. The competition will be stiff, and the girls will have to use all their dance skills to make this a yuletide memory for the ages!
The national competition is coming up fast, and Julie, Lucie, and Alia will need all their skills, all their poise, and a lot of grit and determination to get their routine in perfect shape. The always jealous, ever-scheming Carla is trying to sabotage everything again, but the girls are used to that; what they weren't expecting was their teacher, Mary, falling sick at the worst possible moment! As they struggle to choreograph something on their own for the first time, it may be up to Lucie to step up and save the day.
"Teaching Children Dance, Third Edition," presents 31 ready-to-use lessons that bring fun and challenging dance experiences to elementary-aged children of all ability levels. The updated third edition includes 13 new learning experiences and two new chapters on teaching children with disabilities and making interdisciplinary connections.
Early Readers are stepping stones from picture books to reading books. A blue Early Reader is perfect for sharing and reading together. A red Early Reader is the next step on your reading journey. Sophie loves to dance. She dreams of being a ballerina, and when she receives ballet lessons for her birthday, she hopes her wish to be a real dancer one day might really come true.
How did Great Britain, which entered the twentieth century as a dominant empire, reinvent itself in reaction to its fears and fantasies about the United States? Investigating the anxieties caused by the invasion of American culture-from jazz to Ford motorcars to Hollywood films-during the first half of the twentieth century, Genevieve Abravanel theorizes the rise of the American Entertainment Empire as a new style of imperialism that threatened Britain's own. In the early twentieth century, the United States excited a range of utopian and dystopian energies in Britain. Authors who might ordinarily seem to have little in common-H.G. Wells, Aldous Huxley, and Virginia Woolf-began to imagine Britain's future through America. Abravanel explores how these novelists fashioned transatlantic fictions as a response to the encroaching presence of Uncle Sam. She then turns her attention to the arrival of jazz after World War I, showing how a range of writers, from Elizabeth Bowen to W.H. Auden, deployed the new music as a metaphor for the modernization of England. The global phenomenon of Hollywood film proved even more menacing than the jazz craze, prompting nostalgia for English folk culture and a lament for Britain's literary heritage. Abravanel then refracts British debates about America through the writing of two key cultural critics: F.R. Leavis and T.S. Eliot. In so doing, she demonstrates the interdependencies of some of the most cherished categories of literary study-language, nation, and artistic value-by situating the high-low debates within a transatlantic framework.
When Tucker Dohr, a young boy passionate about ballet, gets an unexpected invitation to join a football game, he gets a chance to prove just what ballet dancing can do.
This book addresses why dance, a major departure from those books available that tell you hhow to dance.It will help men of all ages see a picture of why they should be dancing, what dancing can bring to their lives and where becoming a confident dancer can lead. More men need to find the enrichment that dancing, not watching, bring to their lives and the lives of those around them. Becoming a Man of Confi-dance can and will change your life - it did for this author. It might be for only one special moment or for years to come. The smile on the face of your daughter or wife when you dance with her for the first time at a wedding or an anniversary will stay in your hearts and memories for the rest of your lives. Reading this book is just as vital for ladies whose husbands or significant others won't dance. Changing the attitude of the man in her life regarding dancing can enhance or breathe new life into long-term relationships, or even help ignite new and exciting ones. with the popularity of shows like Dancing with the stars, our world today promotes, encourages and idolizes dancing now more than ever. This timely book can help a man confidently open the door and step out into this new and exciting world.