On Writing

If we are going to offer courses in writing , if we are going to admit that the writing we seek cannot be taught , we must have courses that feel no obligation to cover a certain amount of material , that offer time for everyone to hear ...

Author: Roger Sale

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015008913314

Category: English language

Page: 177

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Hooked on Writing

Ready-to-use Writing Process Activities for Grades 4-8 Carol H. Behrman. Inside this unique resource are more than 75 high-interest lessons with 140 reproducible blackline master activity sheets to spark students' enthusiasm and help ...

Author: Carol H. Behrman

Publisher: Center for Applied Research in

ISBN: UOM:39076001023212

Category: Education

Page: 226

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Writers Artists Yearbook 2021

All writers get stressed out over plot, characters, conflict, resolution, backstory, timelines, world-building, ... That's not the problem; writing isn't easy, and no book can help you with that – especially if you're trying out new ...

Author: Bloomsbury Publishing

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781472968159

Category: Reference

Page: 816

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The latest edition of the bestselling guide to all you need to know about how to get published, is packed full of advice, inspiration and practical information. The Writers' & Artists' Yearbook has been guiding writers and illustrators on the best way to present their work, how to navigate the world of publishing and ways to improve their chances of success, for over 110 years. It is equally relevant for writers of novels and non-fiction, poems and scripts and for those writing for children, YA and adults and covers works in print, digital and audio formats. If you want to find a literary or illustration agent or publisher, would like to self-publish or crowdfund your creative idea then this Yearbook will help you. As well as sections on publishers and agents, newspapers and magazines, illustration and photography, theatre and screen, there is a wealth of detail on the legal and financial aspects of being a writer or illustrator.

Writing Across the Curriculum at Work

Approximately 85 students took advantage of the writing center in the summer semester of 2009, and over half of those students returned for follow-up appointments. The writing center has now been up and running for four semesters.

Author: Ursula Doleschal

Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster

ISBN: 9783643505514

Category: Academic writing

Page: 297

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On Writing

In this collection of correspondence--letters to publishers, editors, friends, and fellow writers--the writer shares his insights on the art of creation.

Author: Charles Bukowski

Publisher:

ISBN: 1782117245

Category:

Page: 224

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A collection of previously unpublished letters from America's cult icon on the art of writing.Charles Bukowski was one of our most iconoclastic, raw and riveting writers, one whose stories, poems and novels have left an enduring mark on our culture. On Writing collects Bukowski's reflections and ruminations on the craft he dedicated his life to. Piercing, unsentimental and often hilarious, On Writing is filled not only with memorable lines but also with the author's trademark toughness, leavened with moments of grace, pathos and intimacy. In the previously unpublished letters to editors, friends and fellow writers collected here, Bukowski is brutally frank about the drudgery of work and uncompromising when it comes to the absurdities of life and of art.

Supporting Research Writing

Despite the predominance of this approach in recent decades, one of the most heated debates in writing pedagogy revolves around whether it is in fact appropriate in an academic context as so much emphasis is placed on writer reflection, ...

Author: Valerie Matarese

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9781780633503

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 330

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Supporting Research Writing explores the range of services designed to facilitate academic writing and publication in English by non-native English-speaking (NNES) authors. It analyses the realities of offering services such as education, translation, editing and writing, and then considers the challenges and benefits that result when these boundaries are consciously blurred. It thus provides an opportunity for readers to reflect on their professional roles and the services that will best serve their clients’ needs. A recurring theme is, therefore, the interaction between language professional and client-author. The book offers insights into the opportunities and challenges presented by considering ourselves first and foremost as writing support professionals, differing in our primary approach (through teaching, translating, editing, writing, or a combination of those) but with a common goal. This view has major consequences for the training of professionals who support English-language publication by NNES academics and scientists. Supporting Research Writing will therefore be a stimulus to professional development for those who support English-language publication in real-life contexts and an important resource for those entering the profession. Takes a holistic approach to writing support and reveals how it is best conceived as a spectrum of overlapping and interrelated professional activities Stresses the importance of understanding the real-world needs of authors in their quest to publish Provides insights into the approaches used by experienced practitioners across Europe

Discipline Specific Writing

This investigation will look very different for undergraduate students than it will for graduate students, where program requirements and disciplinary writing engagements may vary widely within an institution but between programs.

Author: John Flowerdew

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781315519005

Category: Education

Page: 218

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Discipline-Specific Writing provides an introduction and guide to the teaching of this topic for students and trainee teachers. This book highlights the importance of discipline-specific writing as a critical area of competence for students, and covers both the theory and practice of teaching this crucial topic. With chapters from practitioners and researchers working across a wide range of contexts around the world, Discipline-Specific Writing: Explores teaching strategies in a variety of specific areas including science and technology, social science and business; Discusses curriculum development, course design and assessment, providing a framework for the reader; Analyses the teaching of language features including grammar and vocabulary for academic writing; Demonstrates the use of genre analysis, annotated bibliographies and corpora as tools for teaching; Provides practical suggestions for use in the classroom, questions for discussion and additional activities with each chapter. Discipline-Specific Writing is key reading for students taking courses in English for Specific Purposes, Applied Linguistics, TESOL, TEFL and CELTA.

Writing in Collaborative Theatre Making

The most recent additions to work surrounding new writing and dramaturgical practices are The Routledge Companion to Dramaturgy (Routledge, 2014), edited by Magda Romanska – which is a collection of articles, essays and interviews by ...

Author: Sarah Sigal

Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education

ISBN: 9781137331717

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 240

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This engaging text explores the role of the writer and the text in collaborative practice through the work of contemporary writers and companies working in Britain, offering students and aspiring writers and directors effective practical strategies for collaborative work.

Plain Language in Government Writing

Writing policies and regulations requires absolute clarity and logical organization. A policy is statement of principles or guidelines that provides a basis for consistent rule-making and resource allocation. A regulation, on the other ...

Author: Judith G. Myers PhD

Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers

ISBN: 9781523096060

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 462

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A Plain-English Guide to Government Writing Whether you're in the public or private sector, good writing skills are critical to your success in the workplace. Plain Language in Government Writing: A Step-by-Step Guide shows you how to apply federal plain-language guidelines to every type of writing — from emails, memos, and letters to agency communications, technical procedures, and budget justification statements. Through numerous exercises as well as examples from a variety of federal and state agencies, this practical guide walks you step-by-step through every phase of the writing process, providing tips for improved clarity, conciseness, and completeness. This valuable reference will help you: Write for diverse audiences in reader-friendly, plain language Overcome writer's block Gain confidence in your ability to write — and get results Make your writing visually appealing Prepare for briefings and presentations Recognize successful writing and identify what makes it effective A Plain-English Guide to Government Writing will enable you to express yourself more clearly and concisely, produce documents more efficiently, and work more effectively with others throughout the writing process.

The Tryal of Colley Cibber Comedian c for Writing a Book Intitled An Apology for His Life c Together with an Indictment Exhibited Against Alexander Pope for Not Exerting His Talents at this Juncture and the Arraignment of George Cheyne for the Heresies Uttered in His Last Book on Regimen A Reprint with Comments of Henry Fielding s Papers in The Champion for 22 29 April and 6 17 May 1740 The Compiler s Preface Signed T Johnson

This is a Discovery , which if it had entred into the Head of the Jacobitical Writers in K.William's Reign , would have done their Bufi . ness at once ; for if we had no Right ro Liberty before the Revolution , none but our ...

Author: T. JOHNSON (pseud.)

Publisher:

ISBN: BL:A0017659694

Category:

Page: 40

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Children s Writers Artists Yearbook 2021

THE WRITERS' & ARTISTS' GUIDES The bestselling Writers & Artists brand provides up-to-date, impartial and practical advice on how to write and get published. NEW in November 2019 WW riters&Artists Writers' & Artists' Guide to The ...

Author: Bloomsbury Publishing

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 9781472968173

Category: Reference

Page: 480

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Packed full of inspirational articles from successful writers, illustrators and publishing experts, the Children's Writers' & Artists' Yearbook once again serves up the best independent advice to writers for children of all ages. Covering all aspects of the publishing process, across the full range of formats and genres, it will appeal to self-published writers as well as those seeking an agent-publisher or crowdfunded deal. Inside are up-to-date contact details for literary agents, publishers, prizes and grant-giving bodies, societies and creative organisations that support writers and illustrators. Universally recognised as the first port of call for all writers wanting to improve their work and their chances of getting published, this Yearbook contains an 'impressive raft of advice and notes on every aspect of the business' (Quentin Blake).

Keys to Great Writing Revised and Expanded

What are the keys to great writing? How do I make my writing vivid and memorable? How do I set myself apart from other writers? How do I convey my personality, my point of view, my values? How do I learn to write with style?

Author: Stephen Wilbers

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781440345821

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 280

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Transform your writing! If you're ready to empower your writing but are unsure of where to start, let Keys to Great Writing Revised and Expanded show you the way. Award-winning author and veteran writing coach Stephen Wilbers provides invaluable instruction on every aspect of the craft, from word choice and sentence structure to organization and revision. In this edition, you'll find: • Self-assessments to strengthen your sentences and paragraphs, evaluate your goals, and approach your writing with confidence. • Practical and easy-to-understand techniques for utilizing economy, precision, action, music, and personality. • Helpful tips and techniques for the writing process, including advice on prewriting, drafting, revising, and proofreading. • Exercises, checklists, and more to refine your writing skills. For more than a decade, Keys to Great Writing has helped writers of all experience levels infuse their work with clarity, grace, and style. With the revised and expanded edition at your fingertips, you'll have the tools to invigorate your prose and develop a unique and effective voice.

Professional Writing

DeWitt, S. L. (2001) Writing inventions: Identities, technologies, pedagogies. Albany, NY: State University of New York. Dias, P., Freedman, A., Medway, P., & Paré, A. (1999) Worlds apart: Acting and writing in academic and workplace ...

Author: Sky Marsen

Publisher: Red Globe Press

ISBN: 9781352008043

Category:

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Business Writing For Dummies

Regardless of production values, video improves dramatically when you base it on writing. But remember that every second of spoken word must have correlating visuals, so scripting includes both words and picture.

Author: Natalie Canavor

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119696704

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 432

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Learn how to write for the results you want every time, in every medium! Do you wish you could write better? In today’s business world, good writing is key to success in just about every endeavor. Writing is how you connect with colleagues, supervisors, clients, partners, employees, and people you’ve never met. No wonder strong writers win the jobs, promotions and contracts. Business Writing For Dummies shows you, from the ground up, how to create persuasive messages with the right content and language every time—messages your readers will understand and act on. This friendly guide equips you with a step-by-step method for planning what to say and how to say it in writing. This sytem empowers you to handle every writing challenge with confidence, from emails to proposals, reports to resumes, presentations to video scripts, blogs to social posts, websites to books. Discover down-to-earth techniques for sharpening your language and correcting your own writing problems. Learn how to adapt content, tone and style for each medium and audience. And learn to use every message you write to build better relationships and solve problems, while getting to the “yes” you want. Whether you’re aiming to land your first job or are an experienced specialist in your field, Business Writing For Dummies helps you build your communication confidence and stand out. Present yourself with authority and credibility Understand and use the tools of persuasion Communicate as a remote worker, freelancer, consultant or entrepreneur Strategize your online presence to support your goals Bring out the best in people and foster team spirit as a leader Prepare to ace interviews, pitches and confrontations Good communication skills, particularly writing, are in high demand across all industries. Use this book to gain the edge you need to promote your own success, now and down the line as your career goals evolve.

Writing Strands Advanced 2

Students should keep a writing folder or 3-ring binder to contain all written work, which can be kept for the next level. This will give the teacher a place to store and record the student's progress and skills. 2.

Author: Dave Marks

Publisher: New Leaf Publishing Group

ISBN: 9781683440635

Category: Reference

Page: 333

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Developed to give students advanced skills, such as recognizing and using persuasive language, writing reports, and developing character in creative pieces. Students will learn the process of giving others their thoughts in written form through three areas: creative, research and reports, and explanatory. Every exercise will guide them in the development of communication skills they need. Topics addressed in this one-year course include: Recognizing the three points of view writers useDescribing what has been seen over a period of days and writing a scientific reportUnderstanding the organization of an explanatory expositionDeveloping effective characters and conflict in creative writingIdentifying common literary devices in the BibleUnderstanding why literary devices are used A suggested schedule is provided, as well as worksheets that are three-hole punched and perforated, and the addition of a reading and literature component helps students look more deeply into the Bible and other books they select.

Mastering Academic Writing

about the purposes and benefits of collaborative writing, about the steps to follow in a collaborative writing project, how to provide constructive feedback about macro- and micro-level issues, how to receive and process feedback to ...

Author: Boba Samuels

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781526455062

Category:

Page: 224

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Focussing on research-related assignments, this book helps you navigate the potential pitfalls of academic writing through the experience of students who face the same challenges you do. Packed with hands-on exercises and insightful feedback, this workbook gives you the practice you need to fine tune your academic writing. Using their years of experience coaching students, the authors help you to: Develop and hone arguments Organise and interpret source material Write effective research proposals Follow academic conventions with confidence Complete collaborative writing projects. Encouraging and empowering, this book provides support as you progress through years of academic study, allowing you to develop your skills beyond the basics and master academic writing at an advanced level. SAGE Study Skills are essential study guides for students of all levels. From how to write great essays and succeeding at university, to writing your undergraduate dissertation and doing postgraduate research, SAGE Study Skills help you get the best from your time at university. Visit the SAGE Study Skills hub for tips, resources and videos on study success!

Freelance Writing Business Step by Step Startup Guide

Unfortunately, there's a stereotype that writers are flaky, and there are some freelance writers in the marketplace who live up to that reputation. If you don't have grit and relentless self-discipline, you'll struggle with what to do ...

Author: The Staff of Entrepreneur Media, Inc.

Publisher: Entrepreneur Press

ISBN: 9781613084069

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 910

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Set up your business for success with the perfect shot. The experts at Entrepreneur provide a two-part guide to success. First, learn how to take your writing career into your own hands as a professional freelance writer. Then, master the fundamentals of business startup including defining your business structure, funding, staffing, and more. This kit includes: Essential industry and business-specific startup steps with worksheets, calculators, checklists, and more Entrepreneur magazine’s Start Your Own Business, a guide to starting any business and surviving the first three years and beyond Interviews and advice from successful entrepreneurs in the industry Worksheets, brainstorming sections, and checklists Entrepreneur’s Startup Resource Kit (downloadable) MORE ABOUT ENTREPRENEUR’S STARTUP RESOURCE KIT Every small business is unique. Therefore, it’s essential to have tools that are customizable depending on your business’s needs. That’s why Entrepreneur is also offering you access to our Startup Resource Kit. Get instant access to thousands of business letters, sales letters, sample documents, and more—all at your fingertips! You’ll find the following: The Small Business Legal Toolkit When your business dreams go from idea to reality, you’re suddenly faced with laws and regulations governing nearly every move you make. Learn how to stay in compliance and protect your business from legal action. In this essential toolkit, you’ll get answers to the “how do I get started?” questions every business owner faces along with a thorough understanding of the legal and tax requirements of your business. Sample Business Letters 1000+ customizable business letters covering each type of written business communication you’re likely to encounter as you communicate with customers, suppliers, employees, and others. Plus a complete guide to business communication that covers every question you may have about developing your own business communication style. Sample Sales Letters The experts at Entrepreneur have compiled more than 1000 of the most effective sales letters covering introductions, prospecting, setting up appointments, cover letters, proposal letters, the all-important follow-up letter, and letters covering all aspects of sales operations to help you make the sale and generate new customers and huge profits.

The Creative Writing Workbook

Anger and violence are not associated with women writers, but Virginia Woolf felt she had to `kill' one particular `woman' ± the `Angel in the House', the `Mother by the Hearth'. These gendered images censored her writing.

Author: John Singleton

Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education

ISBN: 9780333985229

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 288

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This is a companion to The Creative Writing Handbook - now in its second edition. It is very much aimed at the individual writer, based on the idea that real writing comes from within and that writing is a craft, skill with determination, art with attitude. The book is filled with useful ideas and inspiring techniques for exploring and exploiting resources available, both within and without. It focuses on three major areas - the writer's roots (family, class and gender), the writer's resources (memory and language) and the writer's art (form and technique). Chapters focus on many topics, including how memory shapes a writer's material, the pro-creative force of words and the ambiguities of art and artfulness. Many examples of established writers' works are cited to give the fledgling writer much practical help.

Writing Your Way

own about what writing is and what its importances are. That at least is what happened to me. Moreover, it's generally acknowledged to be a good idea to let students see you writing too and thus to begin sensing that writing is a ...

Author: Peter Stillman

Publisher: Boynton/Cook Pub

ISBN: UOM:49015000144429

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 158

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A textbook designed to help students develop individual writing skills suitable for a variety of purposes.