Cumulative List of Organizations Described in Section 170 c of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954

( 5 ) Wright Foundation , Pekin , II . ( 4 ) Wrightstown Senior Citizens Housing
Corporation , The Writing Conference Inc . , Overland Park , Ks . Wright
Foundation , Richmond , Va . ( 4 ) Oconto , Wi . ( 6 ) The Writing Rally the Rally ,
Spokane , Wa ...

Author: United States. Internal Revenue Service


ISBN: UCSB:31205025566231

Category: Charitable uses, trusts, and foundations


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Cornerstone 8

Letter Writing - II Letters to Newspapers Letters to newspapers usually involve
issues that pertain to more than one person , that is , to society in general or a
large group of people . ... Schools on the main roads , senior citizens and patients

Author: Ruplekha Sengupta, Nupur Ghosh

Publisher: Pearson Education India

ISBN: 8131755495



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Public Relations Writing Student Workbook

2 . Funding from the counties has already been allocated for this year .
Applications for the next year are due four ... Highlights of the first year of “
SeniorLINK " Senior Link began operations 12 months ago at the Anytown Senior
Center run by ...

Author: Donald Treadwell

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 1412914442

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 162

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Treadwell & Treadwell's Student Workbook gives students the opportunity to put their learning into practice. The workbook introduces four fictional clients, two of them new, for which students may "work" as they complete assignments. These clients include both commercial and non-profit organizations. A new "Research" section bridges the gap between clients and the real world of the student's college city or region so that clients can be "localized" to the student's area. This will also be useful for faculty who choose to assign actual or other fictional clients. Key Features: More than 60 exercises link macro-level concepts and micro-level writing decisions to put principles into practice Allows students to craft their writing in a variety of situations to address real-world problems and persuade readers An initial research project helps students create a profile of their local college area so that they can write for "real" media and make decisions based on their own experience as well as on the client background provided New "Plan of Attack" forms for writing exercises guide students through the planning needed for writing projects and help faculty assess student thinking and understanding as well as message execution

Writers and Publishers Guide to Texas Markets

Denton , TX 76205 817 / 382 - 6681 or 817 ... AUSTIN WRITERS ' LEAGUE 1501
W . 5th Street , # E - 2 Austin , TX 78703 512 / 499 - 8914 Angela Smith ,
Executive ...

Author: Georgia Kemp Caraway


ISBN: 0929398211

Category: American periodicals

Page: 198

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Service Learning and Writing Paving the Way for Literacy ies through Community Engagement

Chapter 10 The ''New Discourse City'' of Older Writers: Aging and Disability as
Assets to Collaborative Learning Suzanne Kesler ... We provide three case
studies of writers working in a senior learning center, hospice, and a home care
setting, ...

Author: Isabel Baca

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004248472

Category: Psychology

Page: 300

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Demonstrates how writing instruction and/or writing practice can complement community engagement and outreach at local, national, and international contexts. This title discusses service-learning as a teaching and learning method and its integration with writing.

Beyond Nostalgia

2 This chapter and the next will visit several writing-group sessions to observe
exactly how group dynamics influence ... 3 The center for senior citizens is a
unique social environment in its own right, with specific rules for behavior and ...

Author: Ruth E. Ray

Publisher: University of Virginia Press

ISBN: 0813919398

Category: Social Science

Page: 267

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For three years, Ruth E. Ray visited and participated in eight writing groups at six senior centers in inner-city and suburban Detroit, looking for ways in which the elderly fashion their memories through personal narrative. Her innovative book involves the reader in the construction of life stories as a richly rewarding and highly social process that often reveals the types of relationships that dominate the lives of group members, the majority of whom are women. Because Ray wrote and responded herself and shares her anxiety and triumph in presenting her writing to women old enough to be her mother, some of a different race and class, Beyond Nostalgia is an excellent primer for professionals working with diverse groups in a variety of settings. It is also an important contribution to the emerging field of feminist gerontology. Ray's book demonstrates its own thesis that the presentation and negotiation of life stories in writing groups initiates change and personal growth among older people. Drawing on personal observations, the give-and-take of meeting conversations, lengthy interviews, and the life stories themselves, Ray tells a story of adult development through personal narrative. She recreates the group process through which age peers begin to articulate what life means, both individually and collectively. The writing groups of older adults that Ray studied challenged their members to consider not just cultural influences, but generational effects on the evolving content and structure of their life stories. Age, Ray argues, has been largely ignored by feminists and she makes a strong case for the need to learn how women make meaning of their lives across the life span. As an important document and analysis of that process, Beyond Nostalgia should appeal to academics and practitioners in women's studies, composition studies, gerontology, developmental psyschology, sociology, social work, and linguistics, and to anyone who works with older people.

On line English 2 Tm 2005 Ed

The pictures serve as a stimulus for the pupils to write about. They should
evaluate their individual work, based on the guidelines (1-5) under Controlled
Writing. The pupils' work ... They should identify the senior citizens. They should
be able ...


Publisher: Rex Bookstore, Inc.

ISBN: 9712341771



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Novel and Short Story Writer s Market 1989

Word & Image is a nonprofit press committed to helping senior citizens and other
worthy causes . It is produced by an inter - generational writer ' s workshop . We
meet at the local senior citizen center . I am volunteer teacher , editor , writer , etc

Author: Laurie Henry

Publisher: Writer's Digest Books

ISBN: 0898793416

Category: Authorship

Page: 624

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Lists addresses and information on contacts, pay rates, and submission requirements, and includes essays on the craft of writing.

Contemporary American Women Fiction Writers

Chavez has led workshops for prisoners, schoolteachers, and senior citizens and
has been an artist-in-the-schools for New Mexico (1977-1983), artist-in-residence
with the Arts for Elders Program, Santa Fe and Las Cruces, and senior citizen ...

Author: Bella Vivante

Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

ISBN: 0313316279

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 407

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Covers more than sixty women who published significant fiction after 1945, with a brief biography, exposition of major works and themes, survey of critical reception, and references to primary and secondary sources for each.

The Art of Column Writing

You can write a book. You can offer ... Jim Miller is the creator of “The Savvy
Senior” ( ), a question and answer column offering resources
for senior citizens. ... “I went with them 163 Oh, the Places You'll Go With a

Author: Suzette Martinez Standring

Publisher: Marion Street Press, Inc.

ISBN: 9781933338262

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 200

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Featuring some of the most famous columnists in the business, this guide reveals the secrets to becoming a syndicated newspaper columnist, through both the author's own experiences and anecdotes from the respected writers who excel in their craft. From finding topics, to digging up information, and ultimately writing a column that makes people think, laugh, or cry, all the wisdom necessary to write opinion, humor, and insight columns is clearly presented in this in-depth manual.

Start Your Own Grant Writing Business

Here is a general example of a goal: “Sober Living—a nonprofit organization that
identifies with the high rate of alcoholism among retired senior citizens in
Madison County—aims to reduce the numbers of senior citizens separating
themselves ...

Author: Entrepreneur Press

Publisher: Entrepreneur Press

ISBN: 9781613081877

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 180

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This second edition reveals how to prepare foundation, federal and corporate grant applications and includes a comprehensive directory of major funders’ contact information. It then offers readers cutting-edge business advice on setting up and registering a grant-seeking business and marketing themselves as savvy grant seekers. It covers current trends in grant seeking, topics that are on the radar of most funders and cutting edge application strategies. It also offers strategies for the online application process: using effective subject lines, searching for funders online and filling online budget forms. It’s divided into four sections: the art of the grant proposal, prospect research, starting and marketing a grant writing business and maximizing one’s chances of winning a grant.

Fiction writer s market

*THE NEW AMERICAN LAND (II), American Land Resource Association. ... NEW
Publishing Corp., 470 Boston Post ... Published new writers within the last year.

Author: Laurie Henry

Publisher: Writers Digest Books

ISBN: 0898793106

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 624

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Identifies the necessary skills for writing in each genre, offers the advice of accomplished authors, and tells how to submit an effective book proposal

American Short story Writers Since World War II

Author: Gale Cengage

Publisher: Gale / Cengage Learning

ISBN: STANFORD:36105025082186

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 389

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Focuses on how the declining market for short-story writers after World War II saw the migration of these writers to universities where they not only continued to write, but established creative writing classes that would in turn inspire and develop new generations of writers of various genres.

Power Writing


Publisher: Cambridge Adult Education

ISBN: 0835946630

Category: English language

Page: 122

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Power Writing developed for Pre-GED level learners, teaches basic writing in the context of real-life and employability skills. Power Writing directs students to write about meaningful topics at a gradual level of difficulty. Key elements of effective writing like idea generation, pre-writing, drafting, editing, and re-writing increase writing competence. End-of-chapter activities reinforce skills and foreshadow writing techniques. Designed to help prepare students for the essay section of the GED Writing Skills test, this series focuses on specific strategies to overcome writing anxiety and helps students master the writing process.Getting Ideas Flowing develops paragraph writing with a variety of writing techniques.

D M Modern Paragraph Writing Senior Level

Itis the culture that impartsthespirit of belongingnesstothe citizens of the country,
giving themacommon identity anda feeling ofpride.Moreover, the values and
traditions,which are animportant aspect ofaculture, help to regulatelife and
establish ...

Author: Rewa Bhasin

Publisher: Diamond Pocket Books Pvt Ltd

ISBN: 9789350833469



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Writing Centers

Writing Lab Newsletter , 2 ( March 1978 ) , 3 . Hodges , Karen . “ Writing
Instruction in a ( non ) Academic University Center . ” Writing Lab Newsletter , 8 ...
Senior Citizens and Junior Writers : A Center for Exchange . ” Writing Center
Journal , 2 ...

Author: Gary A. Olson

Publisher: National Council of Teachers

ISBN: UOM:39015014559960

Category: English language

Page: 247

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Prepared by writing center directors, the articles in this book examine the pedagogical theories of tutorial services and relate them to actual center practices. The 19 articles are arranged into three categories: writing center theory, writing center administration, and special concerns. Specific topics discussed in the articles include the following: (1) collaborative learning, (2) writing center research, (3) promoting cognitive development in the writing center, (4) writing centers in the two-year college, (5) developing a peer tutoring program, (6) the handbook as a supplement to a tutor training program, (7) reluctant students, (8) prewriting for the laboratory, (9) meeting the needs of foreign students, (10) tutoring business and technical students, (11) attitudes in writing center relationships, (12) financial responsibility, (13) form design and record management, and (14) undergraduate staffing in the center. A selected bibliography concludes the book. (FL)

How s Your Serve

Students will connect with a senior citizen through letter writing, providing a
return envelope with a request to write back. ... q To allow students an opportunity
to establish on-going relationships with seniors Ill To help students value other ...

Author: David C Cook

Publisher: David C Cook

ISBN: 1434767167

Category: Religion

Page: 112

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These exciting new Bible Fun Stuffresources include a year's worth of fully reproducible activities guaranteed to keep classrooms buzzing with fun and energy. Designed as a David C. Cook disciple-shaping resource, Bible Fun Stuffcorrelates with Bible-in-Lifeand Echoescurriculums and is flexible enough to be used with addition curriculum programs or as a stand-alone activity. Each book is loaded with innovative ideas, scripture references, and teacher tips.

Writing Alone and with Others

In work with very elderly patients in nursing homes, the writers simply refused to
follow our practice of offering positive feedback. ... Sharon wrote to me about “the
utter joy and fun that has emerged from doing this work with senior citizens.

Author: Pat Schneider

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199840243

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 416

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For more than a quarter of a century, Pat Schneider has helped writers find and liberate their true voices. She has taught all kinds--the award winning, the struggling, and those who have been silenced by poverty and hardship. Her innovative methods have worked in classrooms from elementary to graduate level, in jail cells and public housing projects, in convents and seminaries, in youth at-risk programs, and with groups of the terminally ill. Now, in Writing Alone and with Others, Schneider's acclaimed methods are available in a single, well-organized, and highly readable volume. The first part of the book guides the reader through the perils of the solitary writing life: fear, writer's block, and the bad habits of the internal critic. In the second section, Schneider describes the Amherst Writers and Artists workshop method, widely used across the U.S. and abroad. Chapters on fiction and poetry address matters of technique and point to further resources, while more than a hundred writing exercises offer specific ways to jumpstart the blocked and stretch the rut-stuck. Schneider's innovative teaching method will refresh the experienced writer and encourage the beginner. Her book is the essential owner's manual for the writer's voice.

Poet s Market 1994

Author: Christine Martin

Publisher: Betterway Books

ISBN: 0898796113

Category: Authorship

Page: 552

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Poets will find US and international publishers of poetry, a list of Canadian and US arts councils, contests and awards, writing colonies, organizations and publications useful to poets. 1,700 listings.