How to Write an Uncommonly Good Novel

One of the more effective ways of improving a writer ' s humor quotient is ... Regardless of the outcome , a writer can be taught greater awareness of the ...

Author: Writers Mentor Group

Publisher: Ariadne Press (MD)

ISBN: IND:30000004355081

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 186

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In this informative guide, published authors from the Writers Mentor Group offer tricks of the trade, tips and advice on every aspect of writing a good novel.

Teaching Writing Creatively

... end up thinking about stuff that writers never intended us to think ; and ( 2 ) we can say anything we want in texts we write regardless of the effect ...

Author: David Starkey

Publisher: Boynton/Cook

ISBN: UCSC:32106017262509

Category: Education

Page: 189

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Teaching Writing Creatively represents a challenge to conventional notions of genre. It seeks to break down the artificial, antiquated barriers between "creative" and "academic" writing, making the writing classroom experience a more imaginative one. Teaching Writing Creatively features many of the most respected names in composition-instructors with long, successful histories of providing teachers with functional yet inventive methods of teaching writing. The collection begins with articles that assert that all good writing must be, in some important sense, "creative." These contributors offer accounts of the transformation of their composition classrooms; essays that demonstrate that good student writing is only marginally about genre; and a critique of the creative writing workshop as a model for the composition class. Part II offers a variety of ways to approach the teaching of writing as a creative endeavor. It includes articles on helping students better understand their own writing processes and suggestions on alternative composing strategies and their classroom applications. The contributors to the final section offer a variety of new approaches to creative writing that can be successfully applied to expository writing courses as well. Student-centered and process-oriented, Teaching Writing Creatively is a book writing instructors will find immediately useful-particularly composition instructors who feel hemmed in by the conventional expectations of writing courses and creative writing instructors looking to take advantage of the latest innovations in composition studies.

Writing with Purpose and Passion

A Writer's Guide to Language and Style Jeff Stalcup, Mike Rovasio ... think of what to write next, you must continue to write, regardless of the drivel that ...

Author: Jeff Stalcup

Publisher: Pearson College Division

ISBN: 0134376099

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 200

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Written with a love for writing that transcends to its readers, this book helps users develop their writing skills and learn how to read even the most basic of forms by combining an overview of the five most commonly used modes of rhetoric with a similar overview of the most common elements of grammar, punctuation, style and usage. It includes many samples of student writing to demonstrate the rhetorical modes and principles of style and usage.Arranges chapters in a graded progression of easier to more difficult concepts, and stresses the inter-relatedness of all aspects of writing. Offers a thorough treatment of prewriting and editing and shows how writing is an ongoing and continuous process. Includes student essays to illustrate rhetorical mode writing styles of description, narration, comparison, persuasion, and causal analysis. Compliments lessons with extensive and varied readings, as well as related rhetorical and grammatical material, activities, exercises and integrated vocabulary words.For writers, aspiring writers, and teachers of English development.

Historical Statistics of the United States Population Vital statistics and health and medical care Migration Labor Prices and price indexes National income and wealth Consumer income and expenditures Social statistics Land water and climate Agriculture Forestry and fisheries Minerals

Illiteracy was defined as inability to write " regardless of ability to read . ” Since the data showed that nearly all persons who were able to write could ...

Author: United States. Bureau of the Census

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822041821273

Category: United States

Page: 1232

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Contains annual, time-series data with national coverage on almost any aspect of United States economics, population or infrastructure since the government began recording statistics. Part 1 covers: Population. Vital statistics and health and medical care. Migration. Labor. Prices and price indexes. National income and wealth. Consumer income and expenditures. Social statistics. Land, water, and climate. Agriculture. Forestry and fisheries. Minerals. Part 2 covers: Construction and housing. Manufactures. Transportation. Communications. Energy. Distribution and services. International transactions and foreign commerce. Business enterprise. Productivity and technological development. Financial markets and institutions.

Twenty Problems of the Fiction Writer

Every writer must sooner or later decide between two courses : to write what he wants to write regardless of financial reward , or to write only with the ...

Author: John Gallishaw

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSC:32106001691895

Category: Fiction

Page: 455

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Women of the World

In each case , the baseline requirement is the ability to read and write regardless of whether the person has formally attended school .

Author: Mary Chamie

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105040074580

Category: Women

Page: 195

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Writing for College

Writing for College DEFINITION A paragraph developed by definition tells ... Regardless of when the introduction and conclusion are written , they are ...

Author: Robert E. Yarber

Publisher: Scott Foresman & Company

ISBN: 0673382192

Category: Academic writing.

Page: 391

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Take Charge of Your Writing

Discovering Writing Through Self-Assessment David Daniel, Chris Fauske, Peter Galeno ... Regardless of your chosen form , however — whether essay , business ...

Author: David Daniel

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin College Division

ISBN: 0618011811

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 348

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Offering a unique focus on self-assessment, this essay-level text with readings enables students to become self-aware, confident, and mature writers. Each chapter includes essays, short stories, and poetry accompanied by opening and closing self-assessments, instructional material, individual and collaborative activities, plus discussion and writing activities. A portfolio self-assessment assignment serves as a capstone project.

Civil Rights 1957

If I were a registrar myself , I would not bother to examine a person whom I knew could read and write , regardless of whether he was a white or colored ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Constitutional Rights

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951D02092484Z

Category: Civil rights

Page: 930

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Continuation of hearings on civil rights legislation to create a bipartisan commission to investigate violations of civil rights; to create a civil rights division within the Justice Dept; to enact new legislation to aid in voting rights enforcement; and to permit Federal Government to seek civil courts' preventive relief in civil rights cases.

A Basic Handbook of Writing Skills

... that encompass specific paradigmatic structures that the writer uses at the ... when they write regardless of whether they are cognizant of the fact .

Author: Pam Besser

Publisher:

ISBN: 1559343214

Category:

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Writing in Flow

Crossing boundaries To facilitate and perhaps even accelerate this loosening process when you sit down to write , regardless of how naturally it comes to ...

Author: Susan K. Perry

Publisher: Writers Digest Books

ISBN: UCSC:32106016289701

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 274

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Provides advice from experienced authors on the process of writing and explains how to get into the state of flow easily

Kentucky English Bulletin

The writer who is ready to write is different from those who aren't ready ... to leam to write regardless of the technique or methodology employed .

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Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:B4355928

Category: English language

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Digital Design

... a register ) can be individually read and written using address inputs . ... Figure 5.52 1024x32 RAM prevent a read or write ( regardless of the value ...

Author: Frank Vahid

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated

ISBN: UCSD:31822035703297

Category: Computers

Page: 540

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"Digital Design provides a modern approach to learning the increasingly important topic of digital systems design. The text's focus on register-transfer-level design and present-day applications not only leads to a better appreciation of computers and of today's ubiquitous digital devices, but also provides for a better understanding of careers involving digital design and embedded system design. The book's key features include: An emphasis on register-transfer-level (RTL) design, the level at which most digital design is practiced today, giving readers a modern perspective of the field's applicability. Yet, coverage stays bottom-up and concrete, starting from basic transistors and gates, and moving step-by-step up to more complex components. Extensive use of basic examples to teach and illustrate new concepts, and of application examples, such as pacemakers, ultrasound machines, automobiles, and cell phones, to demonstrate the immediate relevance of the concepts. Separation of basic design from optimization, allowing development of a solid understanding of basic design, before considering the more advanced topic of optimization. Flexible organization, enabling early or late coverage of optimization methods or of HDLs, and enabling choice of VHDL, Verilog, or SystemC HDLs. Career insights and advice from designers with varying levels of experience. A clear bottom-up description of field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). About the Author: Frank Vahid is a Professor of Computer Science & Engineering at the University of California, Riverside. He holds Electrical Engineering and Computer Science degrees; has worked/consulted for Hewlett Packard, AMCC, NEC, Motorola, and medical equipment makers; holds 3 U.S. patents; has received several teaching awards; helped setup UCR's Computer Engineering program; has authored two previous textbooks; and has published over 120 papers on digital design topics (automation, architecture, and low-power).