These workbooks have been prepared by a BHS examiner as revision aids for students who are about to take their BHS Stages One and Two examinations. Working through the syllabus for both examinations, typical questions are asked by means of text, line illustrations, and photographs on all relevant subjects. There is space for the student to write down the answers and the correct answers are given at the end of the book. Each book includes a chapter of dos and don'ts and sound advice on dress and examination technique.
Author: Maxine Cave
Publisher: J. A. Allen, Limited
Category: Sports & Recreation
New 2017 Cambridge A Level Maths and Further Maths resources to help students with learning and revision. Written for the OCR AS/A Level Mathematics specifications for first teaching from 2017, this print Student Book covers the content for AS and the first year of A Level. It balances accessible exposition with a wealth of worked examples, exercises and opportunities to test and consolidate learning, providing a clear and structured pathway for progressing through the course. It is underpinned by a strong pedagogical approach, with an emphasis on skills development and the synoptic nature of the course. Includes answers to aid independent study.
Author: Vesna Kadelburg,Ben Woolley
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
New 2017 Cambridge A Level Maths and Further Maths resources help students with learning and revision. Written for the OCR A Level Mathematics specification for first teaching from 2017, this print Student Book covers the content for the second year of A Level. It balances accessible exposition with a wealth of worked examples, exercises and opportunities to test and consolidate learning, providing a clear and structured pathway for progressing through the course. It is underpinned by a strong pedagogical approach, with an emphasis on skills development and the synoptic nature of the course. Includes answers to aid independent study.
Author: Vesna Kadelburg
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
A self-test and revision aid for candidates working towards the British Horse Society Stage 2 exam. The workbook contains an array of typical examination questions which are designed to test your depth of knowledge and are directly chosen to help you prepare for the exam itself.
A Study and Revision Aid for Exam Candidates
Author: Melissa Troup,Margaret Linington-Payne
Publisher: Kenilworth Press
Financial Management for Hospitality Decision Makers is written specifically for those 'decision makers' in the industry who need to be able to decipher accountant 'speak' and reports in order to use this information to its best advantage and achieve maximum profits. The area of accounting and finance is a vital but often inaccessible part of the hospitality business. However, having the knowledge and the ability to use it properly makes all the difference to the turnover and success of a business. Financial Management for Hospitality Decision Makers is written specifically for those industry executives who need to be able to decipher, appreciate and utilise valuable financial management tools and techniques in order to realise maximum profits. Highly practical in its scope and approach, this book: · Outlines the procedure and purpose behind various financial activities - including budgeting, year-end financial statement analysis, double-entry accounting, managing and analysing costs, working capital management, and investment decision making · Demonstrates how an appropriate analysis of financial reports can drive your business strategy forward from a well-informed base · Clearly highlights the key financial issues you need to consider in a host of decision making situations · Includes a range of problems to help readers appraise their understanding of concepts - with solutions provided for lecturers at http://textbooks.elsevier.com. At all times, the book rigorously applies itself to the specific needs of the hospitality decision-maker, contextualising and explaining financial decision making and control in this light. Combining a user-friendly structure with frequent international cases, worked examples and sample reports to illuminate the theory, Financial Management for Hospitality Decision Makers is ideal for all students of hospitality, as well as being a vital source of information for practitioners already in the industry.
Author: Chris Guilding
Category: Business & Economics
This is the first volume in a series of course books for career students and exam candidates preparing for the Stage 1 exam of the British Horse Society. It includes an examination planner, in-text self-assessment questions, BHS syllabus checklist points throughout the text, and examination tips from BHS examiners including common mistakes made. This book deals with the stable management syllabus and the ridden elements of the test.
With Self-Assessment and Exam Tips
Author: Julie Brega
Publisher: Robert Hale
Category: American literature
Used in conjunction with 'The BHS Manuals of Equitation and Stable Management' and 'The BHS Veterinary Manual', this is the authorised course companion for British Horse Society tests and exams.
Author: Islay Auty,Margaret Linington-Payne
Publisher: Kenilworth Press
This is the only official and recommended revision guide for students studying for the BHS Stages 1, 2 and 3 examinations and the Preliminary Teaching Test. Written by a British Horse Society Exams Assessor, the book provides students with essential reminders of what the examiner will be looking for and how to prepare for the questions being posed. It is designed to be used in association with the other course books in the series and is based on the most recent syllabuses. Illustrated throughout with black & white line drawings, this is an invaluable revision guide.
Author: Margaret Linington-Payne
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
Category: Literary Criticism
Volume 2 in our foundation series aims to develop the skills for aspiring equestrians, building on improving efficiency, depth of knowledge and understanding of equine care and management. Volume 2 introduces lungeing a horse for exercise, with practical riding skills progressing to basic show jumping. This title develops our Complete Horsemanship foundation series to include the initial principles for teaching and coaching in the industry. A great addition to any aspiring equestrian, this book also provides the recommended reading for the British Horse Society Stage 2 qualification in horse care, riding and teaching.
Author: British Horse Society
Publisher: BHS Complete Horsemanship
Equine Science provides – in one book – all the essential scientific knowledge students require. Describing the structure and function of the various body systems and clearly explaining the scientific rationale behind modern horse husbandry practices, this book has been written specifically for students on National and Higher Diploma courses and equine studies degree programmes, Advanced National Certificate and BHS Stage IV. The second edition has been revised to reflect the changes in the student curriculum, and the book includes two new chapters on the cell and genetics. The Authors Sarah Pilliner is an equine consultant specialising in horse care. She is also an experienced lecturer, competition rider and senior examiner, and the author of several books. Zoe Davies is a former lecturer in equine science, a consultant equine nutritionist, author and external examiner for higher education courses. She has substantial experience in equine management and training.
Author: Sarah Pilliner,Zoe Davies
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
This book includes thirty contributions - twenty-nine papers and one artistic contribution - by John''s colleagues, former students, and friends, on a variety of topics that represent John''s versatility and many interests, including philology, history, natural history, and art. Many of the papers concentrate on the Akkadian speaking world, reflecting one of the major languages John Huehnergard has worked on throughout the years. Eran Cohen reviews and discusses the functional value of Akkadian iprus in conditional clauses in epistolary and legal texts. Lutz Edzard discusses the Akkadian injunctive umma, used in oath formulae. Daniel Fleming asks who were the ''Apiru people mentioned in Egyptian texts in the Late Bronze Age and what was their social standing as is reflected in the Amarna letters. Shlomo Izre''el offers a revised and improved version of his important study of the language of the Amarna letters. Leonid Kogan offers a comparative etymological study of botanical terminology in Akkadian, while Josef Tropper argues that Akkadian poetry, as well as Northwest Semitic poetry, are based on certain metric principles. Wilfred von Soldt lists and discusses personal names ending in -ayu from Amarna. A number of papers deal with Arabic grammarians and their concepts of language. Gideon Goldenberg discusses the concept of vocalic length in Arabic grammatical tradition and in the medieval Hebrew tradition that was its product. Wolfhart Heinrichs''s contribution shows that Ibn Khaldun held innovative views of language and its evolution. Several other papers deal with Hebrew and the Hebrew Bible. Steven Fassberg deals with verbal t-forms that do not exhibit the expected metathesis in Hebrew and Aramaic of the Dead Sea Scrolls. Randall Garr studies one class of denominal hiphil verbs and asks why these verbs are assigned to the causative stem despite their non-causative semantic content. Ed Greenstein suggests that the roots of biblical wisdom can be located in second-millennium Canaanite literature by identifying wisdom sayings and themes in the Ugaritic corpus. Jeremy Hutton sheds more light on tG forms in Biblical Hebrew. Paul Korchin explains occurrences of the cohortative in Biblical Hebrew that do not conform to the normative volitive function. Dennis Pardee provides a detailed study of the Hebrew verbal system as primarily expressing aspect, not tense. Gary A. Rendsburg argues in favor of Late Biblical Hebrew features in the book of Haggai. Four papers deal with linguistic aspects of non-Classical Semitic languages. Charles H�berl looks into predicates of verbless sentences in Semitic and particularly in Neo-Mandaic. Geoffrey Khan discusses the functional differences between the preterite and the perfect in NENA. Aaron D. Rubin provides Semitic etymologies of two Modern South Arabian words. Ofra Tirosh-Becker discusses the language of the Judeo-Arabic translation of the books of Prophets. Papers on comparative Semitics are likewise numerous. Jo Ann Hackett takes another look at Ugaritic yaqtul and argues for the existence of a preterite yaqtul on comparative grounds, among others. Rebecca Hasselbach tackles the evasive origin of the Semitic verbal endings -u and -a. Na''ama Pat-El continues the discussion of the origin of the Hebrew relative particle seC- from a syntactic and comparative perspective. Richard C. Steiner proposes a new vowel syncope rule for Proto Semitic. David Testen argues for a different reconstruction of the Semitic case system. Tamar Zewi shows that prepositional phrases can function as subjects in a variety of Semitic languages. Andrzej Zaborski suggests that Berber and Cushitic preserve archaic features that have been lost for the most part in the Semitic languages. There is one paper on an Indo-European language with important ties to Semitic languages in P. Oktor Skjaervo discussion of the Pahlavi verb *awas ''to dry.'' Finally, Richard Walton contributes a paper about the jumping spiders of Concord, Massachusetts, a project he labored on with John Huehnergard. The book is beautifully decorated by the drawings of the artist X Bonnie Woods, who prepared special illustration for this volume, based on cuneiform.
Papers Presented to John Huehnergard on the Occasion of this 60th Birthday
Author: Rebecca Hasselbach,Na'ama Pat-El
Publisher: Oriental Inst Publications Sales