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Elements of Language, First Course

by Lee Odell Judith L. Irvin Richard Vacca Renée Hobbs

A perfect text seldom springs fully formed from your mind; instead, you must plan your text before you write and work to improve it after drafting.

Elements of Language: First Course

by Lee Odell Judith L. Irvin Richard Vacca Renée Hobbs

The book "Elements of Language" is divided into four major parts: Part 1 Communications; Part 2 Sentences and Paragraphs; Part 3 Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics; and Part 4 Quick Reference Handbook.

Elements of Language, Introductory Course

by Judith L. Irvin Renee Hobbs Richard Vacca Lee O'Dell

Textbook on communication, grammar, and reading the English language.

Elements of Language: Introductory Course

by Lee Odell Judith L. Irvin Renee Hobbs Richard Vacca

The book "Elements of Language" is an important resource by helping students use language more effectively as they communicate in the twenty-first century.

Elements of Language, Second Course

by Lee Odell Judith L. Irvin Renee Hobbs Richard Vacca

This book serves as a useful guide to developing skill as an effective and critical language user--a communicator--in the twenty-first century.

Elements of Language, Second Course

by John E. Warriner Lee Odell Judith L. Irvin Renee Hobbs Richard Vacca

This book is a student's guide to the language arts skills and strategies that helps to read, write,create and analyze presentations or media messages.

Elements of Literature: Introductory Course

by Judith L. Irvin Robert Anderson John Malcolm Brinnin John Leggett Robert Probst

The contents of this course include eight collections viz., Moments of Truth; Unforgettable Personalities; Machine Mania: People and Technology; All Creatures Great and Small; Justice for All; Building Bridges; Explaining Our World: Fact and Folklore; and Tell Me a Tale.

Holt Elements of Language: Introductory Course (Grade 6)

by Lee Odell Judith L. Irvin Richard Vacca Renée Hobbs

Throughout your school career, you've become familiar with the language arts skills and strategies that help you read, write, and create and analyze presentations or media messages. These skills not only help you do well in your classes and on state tests, but also help you communicate effectively with others.

Holt Elements of Literature®, First Course

by Judith L. Irvin Carol Jago

NIMAC-sourced textbook

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