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by Ann O. Strauch

  • Author: Ann O. Strauch
  • ISBN: 0521657954
  • ISBN13: 978-0521751056
  • ePub: 1831 kb | FB2: 1492 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
  • Publisher: St Martins Press; 1St Edition edition (July 28, 1998)
  • Pages: 278
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Bridges to Academic Writing ePub download

Bridges to Academic Writing book.

Bridges to Academic Writing book.

Bridges to academic writing. Bridges to academic writing. by. Strauch, Ann O. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by LineK on May 18, 2010.

Specifically geared toward students who need to develop their writing skills, the Student's Book introduces various methods of organizing ideas, and provides practice in writing in response to reading prompts. This text features extensive guidelines for paragraph and composition development. It also includes a broad selection of engaging readings that are geared for summary/response assignments, and offers a wide variety of personal and academic writing assignments. Format Paperback 278 pages.

Ann O. Strauch Bridges to Academic Writing Instructor's Manual. An in-depth process approach to writing with instruction in organizational patterns, including narration, reasons, and summary/response. ISBN 13: 9780521657945. Bridges to Academic Writing Instructor's Manual.

The book starts where Writers at Work: The Paragraph leaves off. It teaches low intermediate to intermediate levelĀ . It teaches low intermediate to intermediate level students how to compose multi-paragraph short compositions. Students tap into their personal experience to organize their writing, using academic modes of organization, such as exemplification and cause and effect. In addition, students learn how to write about works of fiction and nonfiction by summarizing and citing sources. The approach in this book assumes that even lower level students can handle a full-blown process approach. Despite its rather unorthodox title, Nitty Gritty Grammar is a very traditional grammar book

Bridges to Academic Writing. Instructor's manual to accompany Bridges to academic writing. Despite its rather unorthodox title, Nitty Gritty Grammar is a very traditional grammar book. The secondary title goes a long way to clarifying its underlying rationale: Sentence Essentials fo. More). Strauch (author). Students tap into their personal experience to organize their writing, using academic modes of organization such as exemplification and cause and effect. Mixed media product 192 Pages, Published: 14/07/2014. Writing Skills Interactive provides online instruction and practice in academic writing skills and academic vocabulary. Publisher: Cambridge University Press ISBN: 9781107457683 Number of pages: 192 Weight: 470 g Dimensions: 276 x 216 x 11 mm.

An in-depth process approach to writing with instruction in organizational patterns, including narration, reasons, and summary/response. Specifically geared toward students who need to develop their writing skills, the Student's Book introduces various methods of organizing ideas, and provides practice in writing in response to reading prompts. This text features extensive guidelines for paragraph and composition development. It also includes a broad selection of engaging readings that are geared for summary/response assignments, and offers a wide variety of personal and academic writing assignments.