6 edition of Writer"s Choice © 2001 Grade 12 Student Edition found in the catalog.
March 31, 2000 by Glencoe/McGraw-Hill .
Written in English
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Rye, Donna D. Cooper, C. Given Noguchi's analysis that grammar choices affect writing style, sentence combining is an effective method for helping students develop fluency and variety in their own writing style. Teachers can design their own sentence-combining activities by using short sentences from student writing or other appropriate sources. In informal learning, there is often a reference person, a peer or expert, to guide the learner.
Often in a post-colonial context, the growing recognition and use of indigenous education methods can be a response to the erosion and loss of indigenous knowledge and language through the processes of colonialism. Sentence-combining exercises can be either written or oral, structured or unstructured. But it's more complicated than that. Product Description g Copyright: With its combination of composition segments, grammar lessons, literature models, and hands-on practice exercises, Writer's Choice initiates, expands, and executes what it takes to make your students willing, proficient writers. Small-Group Lessons Customize instruction for small-group needs. Features include: An innovative and challenging TIME: Facing the Blank Page section filled with nonfiction writing opportunities A variety of assessment options both in print and online with the depth, breadth, and resources for the right assessment at the right time for the right student A confidence-building Business and Technical Writing unit to prepare your students for real-world experiences Strategic ways to improve retention and build skills with hundreds of exercises for grammar, usage, and mechanics Streamlined composition lessons that provide flexibility for you and your students Purchase this product.
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Teachers can design their own sentence-combining activities by using short sentences from student writing or other appropriate sources.
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Hillocks and Smith show that systematic practice in sentence combining can increase students' knowledge of syntactic structures as well as improve the quality of their sentences, particularly when stylistic effects are discussed as well. Effective grammar instruction begins with what students already know about grammar, and it helps them use this knowledge as they write.
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