'It's been 11 months since I sat in my teenage bedroom and my mundane life was cast into madness. I suppose you could argue it was a lot longer if you include the 30-year trip back to 1986.' After his miraculous weekend in 1986, Craig Pelling returned to a future he could never have envisaged. Even by his own hapless standards, his plans have spectacularly backfired. Does he face a bleak, lonely future, or does he try to seek answers? Either way, an emotional roller coaster beckons. Can Craig can find closure? Or does fate have a few more twists in store for him, beyond Broadhall? The concluding instalment of the acclaimed time-travel tale. Hampshire-based author Keith A. Pearson writes sci-fi for people who don't usually like to listen to sci-fi. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Andy Cresswell. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/howe/003603/bk_howe_003603_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The research was on the effect of hands-on activities on senior secondary chemistry students' achievement and retention in Stoichiometry in Zone C of Benue State. The moderating effect of gender was also examined. The study adopted the pretest, posttest, control group, quasi-experimental research design. The instrument used for data collection was Stoichiometry Achievement Test (SAT) with the reliability value of 0.92 using Pearson product moment coefficient. The target population of this study was 8381 which was the population of SSII chemistry students in study area. A sample of 292 students comprising 158 boys and 134 girls drawn from 8 schools within 4 Local Government Areas (LGA) out of 9 LGA in the zone selected using multi-stage sampling techniques. Four research questions and six null hypotheses guided the study. The research questions were answered using Mean and Standard Deviation scores while the hypotheses were tested at 0.05 level of significance using Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA). The study revealed that students taught stoichiometry using hands-on activities had significantly higher mean achievement scores than those taught using demonstration method.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Landon Carter "Lucy" Pearson is a former Canadian senator and a children's rights advocate. She is the daughter-in-law of former Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson, through her marriage to his son Geoffrey Pearson. Pearson was appointed to the Senate in 1994 by Jean Chrétien and sat with the Liberal caucus. She retired from the Senate on November 16, 2005 upon reaching the mandatory retirement age of 75.