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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 is divided into four major parts. Part 1 Communication, Part 2 Sentence and Grammar, Part 3 Grammar, Usage, and Mechanics and Part 4 Quick Reference Handbook. These sections ties together the essential skills and strategies students use in all types of communication--reading, writing, listening, speaking, viewing, and representing.
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.
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Elements of Language is divided into four major parts: 1. Communications 2. Sentences and paragraphs, 3. Grammar, usage, and mechanics 4. Quick reference handbook
Elements of Language contains skills that not only help you do well in your classes and on state tests, but also help you communicate effectively with others.
Focusing on the argumentative, narrative, and descriptive style found in legal briefs and judicial opinions, The Elements of Legal Style (second edition) will be a thought provoking examination of effective argumentation in law.
To do solid academic research, college students need to look beyond the computer search engine. This short, practical book introduces students to the important components of the information-seeking process. The Elements of Library Researchgives students a foundation for success in any research assignment, from a freshman paper to a senior thesis. Unlike guides that describe the research process but do not explain its logic, this book focuses entirely on basic concepts, strategies, tools, and tactics for research--in both electronic and print formats. Drawing on decades of experience with undergraduates, reference librarian Mary George arms students with the critical thinking skills and procedures they need to approach any academic project with confidence. Ways to turn a topic into a research question Techniques for effective online searches How to evaluate primary and secondary sources When and how to confer with reference librarians and faculty How to avoid plagiarism Glossary of key terms, from Boolean search to peer review Checklists, timelines, and hints for successful research projects
This book contains a variety of reading materials such as Essays, Biographical Sketch, Autobiographies, Poems, Short stories, History, Eyewitness Accounts, Magazine Articles, Parody, Epic Novel, News Articles, Drama, Fable, Legend, Epic, Photo Essay, etc. Resource Center, Handbook of Literary Terms, Communication Handbook, Reading Strategies and Study Skills are some of the additional features of this book.
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Elements of Literature, Fifth Course: Literature of the United States with Literature of the Americasby Holt Rinehart Winston
This resource book Elements of Literature Fifth Course contains a treasure of study materials primarily a literature of the United States with literature of the Americas.
Language arts textbook.
This Literature books covers elements of conflicts, characters, discoveries, short story, poetry, drama, fantasy, science fiction, the myths of Greece & Rome, nonfiction, folktales, fables and novel.
Learn more about good writing and language skills through stories, poems and other writing by amazing authors.
This is a collection of stories, poems, and essays to help students improve their literature skills.
The examples analyzed in the introductions to each unit are deliberately chosen from Scripture.
Literature textbook for teens.
School textbook on literature.
This Elements of Literature-Introductory Course has a collection of short stories, fairy tales, novels, plays, poems, magazine articles, Essays, autobiographies, biographies, true narratives, interviews, communication workshops etc.
Elements of Literature Kentucky Edition has standards are separated into five categories: Reading, Writing, Speaking/Listening/Observing, Inquiry, and Technology as Communication. At the Elements of Literature Internet site, you can read texts by professional writers and learn the inside stories behind your favorite authors. You can also build your word power and analyze messages in the media.
Throughout this book, you'll find some short passages that have been read by a reader whose responses are noted in the margin. Different readers will have different responses, but everyone who reads has some reaction. You should be aware of your responses as you read; at times, you will want to write them down. They will be useful when you write about the story later on. If you own a book, you can write in it as much as you like. Since this isn't true of a textbook, you should write your responses on paper.
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