How to write what you want to say

Students who struggle with putting their ideas into writing need the language that mature writers use. This book provides that language in the form of sentence starters and connectives.

Author: Patricia Hipwell

Publisher: Boolarong Press

ISBN: 9780987215901

Category: Education

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Students who struggle with putting their ideas into writing need the language that mature writers use. This book provides that language in the form of sentence starters and connectives. How to write what you want to say: a guide for those students who know what they want to say but can’t find the words provides parents, teachers and students with a unique tool for improving writing and suits students from the middle years of schooling to tertiary level.

How to write what you want to say in the primary years

Young writers who struggle with putting their ideas into writing need language to help them. This book provides that language in the form of sentence starters and connectives.

Author: Patricia Hipwell

Publisher: Boolarong Press

ISBN: 9781925046489

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 96

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Young writers who struggle with putting their ideas into writing need language to help them. This book provides that language in the form of sentence starters and connectives. It also provides graphic organisers to help young writers organise their thoughts - a process necessary for good writing. How to write what you want to say… in the primary years: a guide for primary students who know what they want to say but can’t find the words provides parents, teachers and young writers with a tool for improving writing. It is suitable for Years 2 to 6.

How to Write what You Want to Say

Students who struggle with putting their ideas into writing need the language that mature writers use. This book provides that language in the form of sentence starters and linking words and phrases.

Author: Patricia Hipwell

Publisher: Caldfast Pty Limited Trading as Logon Literacy

ISBN: 1925046958

Category: Reference

Page: 58

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Students who struggle with putting their ideas into writing need the language that mature writers use. This book provides that language in the form of sentence starters and linking words and phrases. It gives parents, teachers and students a unique tool for improving writing and suits students from the middle years of schooling to tertiary level. How to write what you want to say: a guide for secondary students who know what they want to say but can't find the words provides parents, teachers and students with a unique tool for improving writing and suits students from Year 7 to university level.

How to write what you want to say at university

How to write what you want to say ... at university is a guide for those who know what they want to say but can't find the words. It provides a unique tool ...

Author: Patricia Hipwell

Publisher: Boolarong Press

ISBN: 9781925236927

Category: Reference

Page: 84

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This guide provides students at university and other tertiaryinstitutions with the language they need to write for scholarly,or academic, purposes. It aims to provide those with limitedexperience in academic writing with a starting point to say whatthey want to say using language that academic writers use. How to write what you want to say … at university is a guide forthose who know what they want to say but can’t find the words. Itprovides a unique tool for improving writing. It suits inexperiencedwriters enrolled in undergraduate courses at university, includingthose for whom English is a second language. It is especiallyhelpful to mature-aged students returning to study.

How to write what you want to say about visual images

A Guide for Those Who Know What They Want to Say but Can't Find the Words ... with the language they need to write about a variety of visual images.

Author: Patricia Hipwell

Publisher: Boolarong Press

ISBN: 9781925522501

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 76

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This guide provides students of all subjects with the language that they need to write about a variety of visual images. It gives inexperienced writers a starting point to say what they want to say using language that mature writers use. How to write what you want to say … about visual images is a guide for those who know what they want to say but can’t find the words. It is unique in providing the tools for writing about the full range of visual images, including those used to inform (such as graphs, diagrams and maps) and those that tell a story or appeal to the emotions (such as artworks, photographs, sketches and illustrations). It suits inexperienced writers from the middle years of schooling onwards.

How to write what you want to say in science

a guide for those who know what they want to say but can't find the words Malcolm ... the language they need to write for a variety of purposes in science.

Author: Malcolm Carter

Publisher: Boolarong Press

ISBN: 9781925236903

Category: Reference

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This guide provides students with the language they need towrite for a variety of purposes in science. It aims to provideinexperienced writers with a starting point to say what they wantto say using language that mature writers use. How to write what you want to say … in science is a guidefor those who know what they want to say but can’t find thewords. It provides a unique tool for improving scientific writing.It suits inexperienced scientific writers from the middle years ofschooling to tertiary level.

How to write what you want to say in business

How to write what you want to say ... in business is a guide for those who know what they want to say but can't find the words. It provides a unique tool ...

Author: Lyn Carter

Publisher: Boolarong Press

ISBN: 9781925236910

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 64

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This guide provides those in business and government with thelanguage they need to write for a variety of purposes. It aims toprovide those with limited experience in these forms of writingwith a starting point to say what they want to say using languagethat mature writers use. How to write what you want to say … in business is a guidefor those who know what they want to say but can’t find thewords. It provides a unique tool for improving writing. It seeksto assist inexperienced writers of business and governmentcommunications and also students of business courses from themiddle years of schooling to the tertiary and vocational level.

How to write what you want to say in mathematics

The writing must be correct and the mathematics accurate. This book provides students with language in the form of sentence starters, connectives and useful mathematical language to enable them to write correctly.

Author: Patricia Hipwell

Publisher: Boolarong Press

ISBN: 9781925046038

Category: Education

Page: 64

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It is a common fallacy that mathematics does not require students to write. The writing demands of this subject are different from other subjects. The writing must be correct and the mathematics accurate. This book provides students with language in the form of sentence starters, connectives and useful mathematical language to enable them to write correctly. How to write what you want to say … in mathematics: a guide for students of mathematics who know what they want to say but can’t find the words provides parents, teachers and students with a unique tool for improving mathematical writing and suits students from the middle years of schooling to tertiary level.

How to write what you want to say in the secondary years

a guide for secondary students who know what they want to say but can't find the words Patricia Hipwell, Katie Lawry AE Charlotte Cottier AE.

Author: Patricia Hipwell

Publisher: Boolarong Press

ISBN: 9780987215925

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 80

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Students who struggle with putting their ideas into writing need the language that mature writers use. This book provides that language in the form of sentence starters and connectives. How to write what you want to say … in the secondary years: a guide for secondary students who know what they want to say but can’t find the words provides parents, teachers and students with a unique tool for improving writing and suits students in secondary years.

How to Write What You Want to Say Student Workbook

The book is a student resource or workbook that contains activities to support the development of the writing skills in How to Write What You Want to Say.

Author: Patricia Hipwell

Publisher:

ISBN: 0987215930

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The book is a student resource or workbook that contains activities to support the development of the writing skills in How to Write What You Want to Say. For each writing skill, there are activities to allow students to practise deconstructing an example of a text that demonstrates the skill, to jointly construct a text and to have a go at producing a text themselves. The workbook is designed to be used in conjunction with How to Write What You Want to Say and How to Write What You Want to Say; Teacher Guide.

How to Write What You Want to Say Teacher Guide

Student Workbook. It is the teachers' reference book that shows teachers how to explicitly teach writing skills such as analysing, justifying, evaluating, etc.

Author: Patricia Hipwell

Publisher:

ISBN: 0987215949

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How to Write What You Want to Say: Teacher Guide complements the use of How to Write What You Want o Say ... in the Secondary Years and How to Write What You Want to Say ... Student Workbook. It is the teachers' reference book that shows teachers how to explicitly teach writing skills such as analysing, justifying, evaluating, etc. Teachers can learn how to set up a whole class reading activity, deconstruct a text that shows a writing skill, and how to set up a joint construction writing activity.

How to Write Anything A Complete Guide

Denise Chen How to Write an Op-Ed If you've got an opinion that you want to ... you can write what you want to say in 200 words or so, just make it in the ...

Author: Laura Brown

Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company

ISBN: 9780393868043

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 608

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“There has never been a guide as comprehensive as this to writing in all its forms. . . . Useful, clear and encyclopedic, this book is an essential guide for every household.”—Examiner Need to know how to format your résumé for that job application? How do you write a cover letter that will stand out? Wondering how to request a letter of recommendation for graduate school? Trying to craft a get-well note that will really help? How informal is too informal when instant messaging in the office? What do you write on the website for your small business? What should you say in a wedding invitation? Or a divorce announcement? With over 200 how-to entries and easy-to-use models organized into three comprehensive sections on work, school, and personal life, How to Write Anything covers a wide range of topics that make it an essential guide for the whole family.

How To Write Anything The Format Of What You Write May Change But The Process Of Writing Anything Remains The Same

Being able to jot down the points you need to address (creating your outline) comes knowing what you need to say to accomplish your purpose.

Author: Paul Lima

Publisher: Paul Lima

ISBN: 9781927710449

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 65

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How To Write Anything: The Format Of What You Write May Change But The Process Of Writing Anything Remains The Same This book is called How To Write Anything, and I confess there is some ego involved in the title. But then I've been a professional writer for over 40 years. As one of Canada's most successful writers and authors, I have written hard news articles, soft news and feature articles, advertising and promotional copy, media releases, reports and proposals, case studies, research papers, email messages, website content, tweets, blog posts, and other online content. I have also written over 20 books on business, promotional and online writing and other topics, such as writing articles, memoir writing and living with Multiple Sclerosis, a disease that I have, but one that has not prevented me from writing or training. I've also written a collection of short stories, poetry, and a couple of plays. So while I haven't written everything, I've written many things. The fact is that you can't read this book and go forth and write anything if you are not familiar with the format or structure of the document that you want to write--be it non-fiction or fiction. For instance, if you want to write a report, you do so using the methods in this book. However, you have to know how to structure reports. The same is applicable to email, social media content, articles, promotional content, case studies, reports, white papers, PowerPoint presentations, speeches, website content, short stories or novels. So some of you reading this book might still have some learning to do. However, I suspect most of you know the structure of the documents you want to produce and you will be able to immediately apply the methods outlined in the book to writing any document that you need to write.

So You Want to Write

Ask yourself questions about what you do before you write and how you write. ... What do you say to yourself when you think about or plan to write?

Author: Ann McIndoo

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781599320229

Category: Education

Page: 143

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How to Write Better Medical Papers

When you are drafting your papers, look inside your own head, and figure out what it is you want to say. If you need to, talk aloud to yourself or to ...

Author: Michael Hanna

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783030029555

Category: Medical

Page: 335

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This book guides medical researchers through all stages of transforming their scientific data and ideas into a published paper. Many researchers in medicine, including the life sciences and health sciences, struggle to get their research written and published. Manuscripts are typically rejected and/or sent back for revisions several times before ever being published. One reason for this is that researchers have not received much instruction in the specific subjects and skills needed to write and publish scientific medical papers: research methodology, ethics, statistics, data visualization, writing, revising, and the practicalities of publishing. Instead of wasting the reader’s time discussing trivialities of punctuation, spelling, etc., this book tackles all the major scientific issues that routinely lead to manuscripts getting rejected from the journals. The section “Preparing” covers the range of methodological, ethical, and practical aspects that researchers need to address before starting to write their paper. The section “Analyzing” reviews commonplace problems in the statistical analysis and presentation, and how to resolve those problems. The section “Drafting” describes what to write in all the various parts of a paper (the Introduction, Methods, Results, Discussion, Abstract, etc.) The section “Revising” explains and illustrates how to improve the writing style of any manuscript. The section “Publishing” discusses how to navigate the peer review process and all other practical aspects of the publishing phase. This book draws on the author’s decade of experience as an independent medical writer and research consultant, but it is not written merely as the personal opinion of yet another expert. The entire book is grounded in the existing scientific and scholarly literature, with extensive references and a lengthy annotated bibliography, so readers can quickly obtain more information on any aspect they want. Thus this book provides a more evidence-based, scholarly account of how medical scientific papers should be written, in order to improve medical communication and accelerate scientific progress. After reading this entire book cover to cover, medical researchers will know how to write better quality medical papers, and they will be able to publish their work in better journals with less time and struggle. This book is essential reading for anyone conducting research in clinical medicine, life sciences, or health sciences.

How to Write what You Want and Sell what You Write

Once I'd sold the book , I adjusted language in the overview intended for
publishers to make it more appropriate for the mainstream public . In rereading
my introduction , you see , I decided it didn't say all I wanted to say . So I
borrowed from ...

Author: Skip Press

Publisher:

ISBN: 0760772339

Category: Authorship

Page: 268

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Screenwriting With a Conscience

But very few will spend any time at all thinking about why they want to write, what they have to say when they do, and how they'll hold on to everything ...

Author: Marilyn Beker

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135637934

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 266

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Screenwriting With a Conscience: Ethics for Screenwriters is for screenwriters who care deeply about what they write; who are aware that movie images matter and can influence audiences; and who want to create meaningful screenplays that make powerful statements while entertaining and winning over audiences. A user-friendly guide to ethical screenwriting, this book makes the case that social responsibility is endemic to public art while it emphatically champions First Amendment rights and condemns censorship. In this dynamic and practical volume, author Marilyn Beker provides methods for self-assessment of values, ideas, and ethical stances, and demonstrates the application of these values to the development of plot, character, and dialogue. Screenwriters are introduced to ethical decision making models and shown--through specific film examples--how they can be utilized in plot and character development. In addition, specific techniques and exercises are supplied to help screenwriters determine the difference between "good" and "evil," to write realistic and compelling characters based on this determination, and to present "messages" and write dialogue powerfully without preaching. This book also puts forth a livable work philosophy for dealing with the ethics of the screenwriting business, and presents a viable personal philosophy for surviving in the screenwriting world. Screenwriting With a Conscience: Ethics for Screenwriters is an indispensible, dynamic guide for the ethics-conscious screenwriter. It is intended for screenwriters at the student and professional level, and is appropriate for beginning to graduate screenwriting courses in film and English programs, and for film courses dealing with Ethics in the Media.

How to Write Comic Strips

Find Your Niche Before you can write anything, you need to figure out what you ... is kind of infinite and well, you probably have a lot of stuff to say.

Author: HowExpert

Publisher: HowExpert

ISBN: 9781647587468

Category: Humor

Page: 94

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“How to Write Comic Strips” is a step-by-step guide to help inspiring comic strip writers create their own comic. This guide leads the reader through the wondrous world of comic writing. The concept of humor is different for different people. The author shows the reader methods and tips to better understand and deal with these differences. Highlights of this guide include: 1) The many formats to choose from when writing a comic: • Single Panel • Multi-Panel 2) How find your concept: • Write what you know 3) How to develop and build great characters: • Bios, Backstory and More 4) Ways to write funny yet tight gags: • How many passes to make • Refining your words 5) Methods and tips to use to break out of writer’s block: • Fun exercises and routines to do 6) How to find and communicate with your artist: • Learn how to become a team 7) Market places for your comic: • How to find a home for your creation 8) New ways to sell and make money from comics: • Expanding and new markets so you can make money 9) Helpful tips: • Tricks learned after decades in the trade About the Expert Writes his own syndicated comic Working Daze by Universal Press. Art by Scott Roberts. Each day the comic is viewed by around 250K people. Also writes Maria’s day for Universal. Wrote gags for Tonight Show, Joan Rivers show, Chevy Chase show and literally hundreds of comics and magazine. Has sold well over 10K gags. Simpsons and Fairly Odd Parents and Jimmy Neutron comics. Rugrats comic strip for a year. A seven book humorous, sf, mystery series for Daw books and Penguin Putnam featuring a futuristic PI Zachary Nixon Johnson and his holographic assistant HARV. The series will continue on a small press. Pro Se Productions. The series as The Nuclear Bombshell series has been quite successful as Graphic Audio, Audio Books. Currently writing two successful middle readers for KC Global Enterprises: Diary of a Super Girl (which remains in the kindle top 10 in class for the year) and the new Adventures of the Once and Future Queen. Writer of numerous video games and apps. Space Run Galaxy being the most fun. Beat the Boss and Tap Titians and Driving Trump being the biggest sellers. Apps and games have had millions of downloads and purchases. (You would think he’d be richer.) Looks like he has stuff coming in Mad in 2018ish. The only person ever to finish in the top three of DC comics Zuda contest four times without ever winning the contest. HowExpert publishes quick 'how to' guides on all topics from A to Z by everyday experts.

How to Be an Author

It's often a good idea to write your draft first – to just get it down and say what you want to say without giving two hoots about grammar, plot, character, ...

Author: Georgia Richter

Publisher: Fremantle Press

ISBN: 9781760990053

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 272

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If you dream of being published, this book will teach you the nuts and bolts of what it means to be an author. In a friendly, informative and practical way, Georgia Richter and Deborah Hunn share all you need to know about inspiration and research, preparing to submit to a publisher, creating an author brand, legal, ethical and moral considerations, pitching, effective social media and much more. Practical advice and top tips from Liz Byrski, Alan Carter, Nandi Chinna, Tim Coronel, Amanda Curtin, Daniel de Lorne, Deb Fitzpatrick, James Foley, Alecia Hancock, Stephen Kinnane, Ambelin Kwaymullina, Natasha Lester, Brigid Lowry, Caitlin Maling, Meg McKinlay, Claire Miller, Brendan Ritchie, Rachel Robertson, Holden Sheppard, Sasha Wasley, David Whish-Wilson and Anne-Louise Willoughby.