By Philip Ross
This primary accomplished survey of office layout for the recent century, this e-book captures rising subject matters and concepts in place of work structure and interiors worldwide. Written and researched through the authors of The inventive workplace, it advances the concept that of accelerating creativity in making plans and layout via exploring the recent office versions which are constructing in accordance with swift organisational, social and technological swap. within the advent the authors speak about how the recent place of work of the twenty first century is already displaying diverse spatial, organizational and fabric features from the scientifically controlled, process-driven, mechanistic version of the 20 th century sleek workplace. this is often by way of 4 thematic chapters that illustrate the foremost new traits via forty five overseas case stories.
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Gov/or/oregontrail On this Web site, readers can learn more about the Oregon Trail and discover what life was like for kids who traveled on it. 31 Index buffalo, 12, 13–15, 18–19, 20 plains, 14, 17, 21, 25 Fort Laramie, 17, 22–24, 25, 26 reservation, 20 gold, 23, 27 Great Migration of 1843, 5 slavery, 27 supplies, 5, 6–7, 10–11, 15, 18, 20, 23, 24, 26 illness, 9, 25 Indians, 8, 25–27 treaty, 17, 19, 27 Manifest Destiny, 8 violence, 8, 26 Oregon Country, 5, 9, 11, 12 About the Author Kristin Marciniak grew up in Bettendorf, Iowa, and now lives in Kansas City, Missouri.
29 Look, Look Again Closely examine this image of a wagon train on the Oregon Trail. Answer the following questions: 1. How would a pioneer describe this scene in a letter to family back East? How would a Cheyenne tribesman from the Great Plains react to this picture? What concerns might a soldier at a military fort have after seeing this image? 30 Glossary barter (BAHR-tur) to exchange things for other things rather than using money cholera (KAH-lur-uh) a serious disease that causes severe vomiting and diarrhea and often results in death missionary (MISH-uh-ner-ee) a person who is sent to a foreign land to teach about religion and do religious work nomad (NOH-mad) a member of a group of people who move from place to place instead of living in one place all the time prairie schooner (PRAIR-ee SKOO-nur) a large covered wagon used by the pioneers to move west rural (ROOR-uhl) relating to the country, rather than the city, and the people who live there secede (si-SEED) to formally leave a group, such as the Union staple (STAY-puhl) an important supply, such as food, that is used very often stockade (stah-KADE) a barrier that is used to defend a place treaty (TREE-tee) an official agreement that is made between two or more countries or groups Learn More Further Reading Domnauer, Teresa.
New York: Children’s Press, 2013. Roza, Greg. Westward Expansion. New York: Gareth Stevens, 2011. category_id=6 This Web site has information on the history of the Oregon Trail, as well as pioneer families who traveled the trail. gov/or/oregontrail On this Web site, readers can learn more about the Oregon Trail and discover what life was like for kids who traveled on it. 31 Index buffalo, 12, 13–15, 18–19, 20 plains, 14, 17, 21, 25 Fort Laramie, 17, 22–24, 25, 26 reservation, 20 gold, 23, 27 Great Migration of 1843, 5 slavery, 27 supplies, 5, 6–7, 10–11, 15, 18, 20, 23, 24, 26 illness, 9, 25 Indians, 8, 25–27 treaty, 17, 19, 27 Manifest Destiny, 8 violence, 8, 26 Oregon Country, 5, 9, 11, 12 About the Author Kristin Marciniak grew up in Bettendorf, Iowa, and now lives in Kansas City, Missouri.
21st Century Office by Philip Ross