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The Least You Should Know About English Writing Skills

The Least You Should Know About English  Writing Skills Author Paige Wilson
ISBN-10 9781305960947
Release 2016-12-05
Pages 336
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For decades, students have mastered the basics of writing with THE LEAST YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT ENGLISH: WRITING SKILLS. Uncomplicated explanations allow students to focus on fundamentals, reinforced by real-world samples, over 200 exercises, and instant feedback in all areas of writing. Parts One to Three clarify and provide practice in the essentials of word use, sentence structure, and punctuation. Part Four on writing covers all types of paragraphs and essays and fundamental reading-based writing skills in a brief, easy-to-follow way. Each numbered section includes concise explanations followed by lively exercises with answers in the back of the book so that students can instantly grasp and apply what they learn. Exercises from multiple disciplines broaden students' understanding and interest in science, art, history, film, literature, social studies, business, and the media. When the course ends, the book becomes a valuable reference to support students' future writing needs. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



The Least You Should Know about English

The Least You Should Know about English Author Teresa Ferster Glazier
ISBN-10 0155016318
Release 1996-01
Pages 304
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The Least You Should Know about English has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Least You Should Know about English also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Least You Should Know about English book for free.



The Least You Should Know about English Writing Skills Form B

The Least You Should Know about English  Writing Skills  Form B Author Paige Wilson
ISBN-10 9781133713630
Release 2012-01-01
Pages 336
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For over thirty years, students have mastered the basics of writing with Wilson and Glazier's THE LEAST YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT ENGLISH: WRITING SKILLS. Uncomplicated, well established, and student tested, the 11th edition continues to cover the essentials of spelling, word choice, sentence structure, punctuation, paragraph and essay writing -- as well as more advanced skills such as argumentation and quotation -- in a brief, easy-to-follow way. Each concept includes concise explanations accompanied by plentiful exercises (with corresponding answers in the back of the book for immediate feedback) so that students quickly grasp and reinforce what they learn. Popular Continuous Discourse exercises include tidbits from history, literature, science, and current events that engage students in the concepts being explored. When the course ends, this self-teaching text becomes an excellent reference tool for students to use in their future courses and careers. FORMS A, B, AND C include identical least you should know explanations supported by different exercises, samples, and writing assignments -- making each form unique. The three forms offer instructors unparalleled variety within each edition and provide students with options for additional practice beyond the classroom. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



The Least You Should Know about English Writing Skills

The Least You Should Know about English Writing Skills Author Teresa Ferster Glazier
ISBN-10 015506987X
Release 2001
Pages 318
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A classic introduction to the basics of writing. New co-author, Paige Wilson has expanded the writing section and introduced all-new, continuous discourse exercise sets.



The Least You Should Know About English Form B

The Least You Should Know About English  Form B Author Paige Wilson
ISBN-10 9781428230798
Release 2009-01-06
Pages 328
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For thirty years, students have mastered writing basics with Wilson and Glazier’s THE LEAST YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT ENGLISH: WRITING SKILLS. Uncomplicated, well established, and student tested, the 10th Edition continues to cover the basics of spelling, word choice, sentence structure, and punctuation -- as well as more advanced topics such as argumentation and summarizing skills -- in a brief, easy-to-follow way. Each concept includes concise explanations and many exercises (with corresponding answers in the back of the book for immediate feedback) so students quickly grasp and reinforce the subject matter. Popular Continuous Discourse exercises use tidbits from history, literature, science, and current events to engage students in the concept being explored. When the course ends, this concise text is an excellent reference tool students can use in writing papers for all their courses as well as in their careers. Forms B and C differ from Form A in their exercises, writing samples, and assignments; the explanatory sections are identical within the three forms of each new edition. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



Reaching for the Stars

Reaching for the Stars Author José M. Hernández
ISBN-10 9781455522811
Release 2012-09-04
Pages 224
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Born into a family of migrant workers, toiling in the fields by the age of six, Jose M. Hernàndez dreamed of traveling through the night skies on a rocket ship. REACHING FOR THE STARS is the inspiring story of how he realized that dream, becoming the first Mexican-American astronaut. Hernàndez didn't speak English till he was 12, and his peers often joined gangs, or skipped school. And yet, by his twenties he was part of an elite team helping develop technology for the early detection of breast cancer. He was turned down by NASA eleven times on his long journey to donning that famous orange space suit. Hernàndez message of hard work, education, perseverance, of "reaching for the stars," makes this a classic American autobiography.



Becoming Dr Q

Becoming Dr  Q Author Alfredo Quiñones-Hinojosa
ISBN-10 9780520949607
Release 2011-10-01
Pages 328
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Today he is known as Dr. Q, an internationally renowned neurosurgeon and neuroscientist who leads cutting-edge research to cure brain cancer. But not too long ago, he was Freddy, a nineteen-year-old undocumented migrant worker toiling in the tomato fields of central California. In this gripping memoir, Alfredo Quiñones-Hinojosa tells his amazing life story—from his impoverished childhood in the tiny village of Palaco, Mexico, to his harrowing border crossing and his transformation from illegal immigrant to American citizen and gifted student at the University of California at Berkeley and at Harvard Medical School. Packed with adventure and adversity—including a few terrifying brushes with death—Becoming Dr. Q is a testament to persistence, hard work, the power of hope and imagination, and the pursuit of excellence. It’s also a story about the importance of family, of mentors, and of giving people a chance.



Simple Clear and Correct

Simple  Clear  and Correct Author William J. Kelly
ISBN-10 0321850300
Release 2012-05-30
Pages 288
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With its brevity (288 pages) and low price, Simple, Clear, and Correct delivers quality instruction at an affordable price. Author Bill Kelly hones paragraph-writing skills and then extends the writing with an introdcution to the essay and documentation. A crisp grammar review helps readers with the basics of composition for clearer, more correct writing.



An Introduction to Critical Reading

An Introduction to Critical Reading Author Leah McCraney
ISBN-10 0495801798
Release 2011-01
Pages 343
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This unique college reading text gives students experience reading and evaluating poetry, short stories, essays, and textbook chapters. An innovative Instructor’s Manual gives instructors a wealth of teaching ideas and background material on each piece with a focus on critical thinking.



Writing Skills Success in 20 Minutes a Day

Writing Skills Success in 20 Minutes a Day Author Judith F. Olson
ISBN-10 1576851281
Release 1998-01-01
Pages 200
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Writing is a skill that can be acquired by mastering a few basic, yet vital steps. This book helps readers learn about problem verbs, pronoun agreement, as well as the essentials of style. Everyday examples help fine-tune writing skills as they relate to work, school, and in personal correspondence. With targeted straightforward lessons that require a minimal time commitment to complete_just 20 minutes a day_this book is a valuable resource.



They Say I Say The Moves That Matter in Academic Writing

They Say   I Say  The Moves That Matter in Academic Writing       Author Cathy Birkenstein
ISBN-10 9780393631678
Release 2018-06-11
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This book identifies the key rhetorical moves in academic writing. It shows students how to frame their arguments as a response to what others have said and provides templates to help them start making the moves. The fourth edition features many NEW examples from academic writing, a NEW chapter on Entering Online Discussions, and a thoroughly updated chapter on Writing in the Social Sciences. Finally, two NEW readings provide current examples of the rhetorical moves in action.



The Bare Essentials

The Bare Essentials Author Sarah Norton
ISBN-10 9780176503260
Release 2010-11-18
Pages 480
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Sarah Norton and Brian Green's Essentials series is the best-selling developmental English series in Canada. With a twenty-five year plus reputation as a clear, straightforward, and even humorous college-level writing text, Norton and Green provide an accessible approach to college students who require a course to improve their basic writing and grammar skills. The seventh edition of Bare Essentials: Form B continues to build on the tradition of accessible information written in an engaging manner by explaining and illustrating the essential elements of effective writing: grammar, punctuation, accurate language, word choice, and sentence and paragraph construction. The clarity of explanation, thoroughness of coverage, and usefulness of the exercises has been maintained in the new edition, while it has been redesigned for more visual appeal.



Elements of Style

Elements of Style Author William Strunk Jr.
ISBN-10 9781329992603
Release 2009
Pages 51
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Elements of Style has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Elements of Style also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Elements of Style book for free.



Epistemic Injustice

Epistemic Injustice Author Miranda Fricker
ISBN-10 9780198237907
Release 2007-07-05
Pages 188
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Reading and Study Skills

Reading and Study Skills Author John Langan
ISBN-10 0072558482
Release 2001-08-01
Pages 640
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By focusing on a wide range of reading and study skills required in the academic world, Reading and Study Skills gives instructors the flexibility to address student needs that might otherwise require several texts. The highly versatile organization divides topics into focused, self-contained modules that can be covered in any order with the result that the text can be adapted to fit any teaching or learning situation.



The Least You Should Know about Vocabulary Building Word Roots

The Least You Should Know about Vocabulary Building  Word Roots Author Carol Friend
ISBN-10 9781285966106
Release 2014-01-01
Pages 176
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By drawing on words that readers already understand, THE LEAST YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT VOCABULARY BUILDING: WORD ROOTS teaches vocabulary in a straightforward way that requires minimal time and effort. This book avoids rote memorization techniques and instead highlights the meaningful units within words, enabling readers to expand their vocabularies quickly and learn a reliable system for recognizing and retaining vocabulary. An intuitive design and alphabetical organization make the book an easy-to-use reference tool. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.



The Reader s Corner

The Reader s Corner Author Carol C. Kanar
ISBN-10 1285430441
Release 2014-01-01
Pages 368
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Written for the upper-level developmental courses, THE READER'S CORNER features compelling reading selections and strategies that build strong critical-thinking and analytical skills. The readings vary in length and reflect a range of sources, from the Associated Press to the works of authors such as Shankar Vedantam, Caroline Hwang, Donna Brazile, and Leonard Pitts. Longer selections allow students to apply new skills and strategies to material similar to what they will encounter in other college courses. Unlike traditional texts that teach reading skills through "skill and drill" exercises, THE READER'S CORNER inspires students to think critically about what they read by offering a more authentic reading experience. The fifth edition presents refocused themes in Part 2, "Changing Times," and Part 5, "Life and Work in a Digital Age," and a new pair of readings in each part that look closely at opposing viewpoints on a topic. A robust pre- and post-reading apparatus accompanies each selection and helps build students' vocabulary, critical-reading, and critical-thinking skills.