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Mark Lambert

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Fossils (1978) 15 eksemplarer
Fifty Facts About Space (50 Facts) (1982) 14 eksemplarer
The Big Book of Animal Life (1991) 12 eksemplarer
Animal Ecology (Project Ecology) (1987) 7 eksemplarer
Transportation (Young Geographer) (1993) 6 eksemplarer
All Color Book of Science Facts (1980) 5 eksemplarer
Robots (Eye Openers S) (1981) 5 eksemplarer
Aircraft (Technology in Action) (1989) 5 eksemplarer
Copper (Spotlight on Resources) (1987) 4 eksemplarer
The Brain and Nervous System (How Our Bodies Work) (1988) 4 eksemplarer, 1 anmeldelse
La Nouvelle encyclopédie des animaux (1980) 4 eksemplarer, 1 anmeldelse
Spotlight on iron and steel (1985) 2 eksemplarer
The Killing Pits of Ponar 2 eksemplarer, 2 anmeldelser
El Món vegetal (1980) 2 eksemplarer
Miniguia Reptiles (2000) 2 eksemplarer
The Big book of facts (1983) 2 eksemplarer
Naturens verden (1988) 2 eksemplarer
Food technology (1991) 2 eksemplarer
Illustrated Guide to Nature (1987) 2 eksemplarer
Transport through the ages (1979) 2 eksemplarer
Focus on plastics (1987) 1 eksemplar
Robotics (Just Look at S.) (1985) 1 eksemplar
The Science of Living Things (1985) 1 eksemplar
Transportation (20th century) (1991) 1 eksemplar
All COL Bk Nature (1986) 1 eksemplar
Building technology (1991) 1 eksemplar

Associated Works

A Little Night Music: Original 1973 Broadway Cast Recording (1998) — Preformer — 33 eksemplarer
Cabaret: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1996) — Performer — 28 eksemplarer, 2 anmeldelser
George Gently: Series 1 (2008) — Actor — 18 eksemplarer, 1 anmeldelse

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The Killing Pits of Ponar is an immersive 360° film exploring a little-known story of the origins of the Nazi genocide—and the daring escape by prisoners who resisted.

Written and directed by Mark Lambert working with Lone Wolf Media and NOVA/PBS and based off their documentary “Holocaust Escape Tunnel”

To see more of our collaborations with PBS/NOVA, check out The Last B-24 or Mercy Street: A Letter Home. (fonte:
MemorialeSardoShoah | 1 anden anmeldelse | Jan 20, 2022 |
Videoinstallazione sulla storia delle fucilazioni di massa degli ebrei della zona di Vilna e deportati nel ghetto di Vilna nella foresta di Ponary.
MemorialSardoShoahDL | 1 anden anmeldelse | Oct 29, 2017 |
. How Our Bodies Work The Brain and Nervous System, by Mark Lambert copyright 1989, Schoolhouse press, is an informational chapter book about our brain. This is a good book that easily breaks down the brain into a language that children can understand. Three things that stood out to me were the relation of the brain to a computer, the language, and the use of pictures of the brain networks. Even though this book was written in 1988 it is still applicable to today’s youth. The youth today seem to be connected to computers everywhere they go. Their cell phones are small computers, there are computers at home and there are computers at school. What better thing to relate a brain to then a computer. If you think about it there are a lot in common. The Central processing unit (the brain) has wired (nerves) that send information all through the computer (body). I think this was a great idea to relate the brain to something as common as a computer. This is something that we use every day and is very relatable to the subject.
The brain can be a complicated subject to go over. There are numerous lobes and parts to the brain. The author does a great job of boiling down the information to the point where a grade school student can read the information but still understand the complicated workings of the brain. This is evident when they talk about the nervous system in chapter 3. The author breaks down the type of nerves: sensory and motor. The author goes on to explain how the nerves work. He gives the example of seeing a snake and how this affects the sensory nerves. This tells the muscles to move. The author does a great job, again, relating the sensory nerves to the wires in a mouse and how when the mouse moves the wires in the mouse tell the arrow on screen to move.
The pictures in this book are very neatly presented. I hesitate to call theses illustrations because these go beyond typical illustrations. An illustration is more like a painting of a house. The detailed picture of the nervous system, then the sensory and motor nerves go beyond that of illustrations. The detailed picture shows how the nerves travel through the body but is simple enough to the point where a young reader can understand what is going on in the picture. What really helps the reader is the simple labeling that some pictures have. A great example is the brain picture on page 14. This picture is neatly organized showing parts like the Cerebrum and the Cortex. These illustrations help us to understand what is going on in the picture.
The theme to this book is expanding knowledge. It is really important for children to learn how the brain operates and how it sends knowledge to the body. The theme is present through the book in how easy it relates to children.
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