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Reflective writing taught me to see. Woelfel, Joni Aug 9, 2019 805
Learning from/in Middle East and North Africa Writing Centers: Negotiating Access and Diversity. Hodges, Amy; Ronesi, Lynne; Zenger, Amy Report Mar 22, 2019 6321
Imitation and innovation: Harnessing the principles of music pedagogy for the writing classroom. Halcrow, Katherine Report Oct 1, 2018 5293
Want to Be a Writer? Interview Sep 1, 2018 711
Access: USER-DEFINED FUNCTIONS. Long, Crystal Mar 1, 2018 915
The modernist inkblot. James, Emily Essay Sep 1, 2017 11764
HOW "DEAD VERBS" HA VE IMPRISONED THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE. Kozikowski, Stan Essay Oct 1, 2016 2854
Transform your life one morning at a time: this now classic practice is much more powerful if you choose the right God. Cameron, Julia May 1, 2016 1055
Emphasizing planning for essay writing with a computer-based graphic organizer. Evmenova, Anya S.; Regan, Kelley; Boykin, Andrea; Good, Kevin; Hughes, Melissa; MacVittie, Nichole; Report Jan 1, 2016 11898
"I do like to haunt people": Zambia's Namwali Serpell won the prestigious Caine Prize with her challenging and dark story of love and hate, then shared her winnings with her fellow nominees. Dalby, Alexa Aug 1, 2015 985
Writer's block? Weston, Carol Brief article Mar 22, 2015 213
The power of the wheelbook: three easy ways to get innovative. Nobles, Dave Jan 1, 2015 987
Chapter 3: Getting started with the writing process. Cadbury, Vivian C. Report Jan 1, 2015 6552
Chapter 6: Working with paragraphs and transitions. Cadbury, Vivian C. Report Jan 1, 2015 8207
Chapter 9: Revising word choice. Cadbury, Vivian C. Report Jan 1, 2015 6158
Chapter 10: Finding your voice. Cadbury, Vivian C. Report Jan 1, 2015 7954
Chapter 27: Adjectives, adverbs, and other modifiers. Cadbury, Vivian C. Brief article Jan 1, 2015 2709
Chapter 28: Maintaining parallelism. Cadbury, Vivian C. Report Jan 1, 2015 2237
Chapter 29: Editing and proofreading the final draft. Cadbury, Vivian C. Report Jan 1, 2015 4981
Chapter 30: Punctuation I--end marks, capitalization, apostrophes, abbreviations, numerals, italics, underlining, and quotation marks. Cadbury, Vivian C. Report Jan 1, 2015 4609
Chapter 31: Punctuation II--commas, colons, semicolons, parentheses, brackets, hyphens, dashes, and slashes. Cadbury, Vivian C. Report Jan 1, 2015 4415
Appendix C: types of writing. Cadbury, Vivian C. Jan 1, 2015 6526
Chapter 11: telling a story. Cadbury, Vivian C. Report Jan 1, 2015 8129
Chapter 12: Working with descriptive details. Cadbury, Vivian C. Report Jan 1, 2015 5282
Chapter 13: Compare and contrast. Cadbury, Vivian C. Report Jan 1, 2015 7432
Chapter 14: Process--analysis, narrative, recipe. Cadbury, Vivian C. Report Jan 1, 2015 5890
Chapter 15: Example, definition, cause and effect. Cadbury, Vivian C. Brief article Jan 1, 2015 6171
Chapter 16: Persuasive writing. Cadbury, Vivian C. Report Jan 1, 2015 11722
Chapter 17: Analysis-writing about literature. Cadbury, Vivian C. Report Jan 1, 2015 10520
Chapter 18: An introduction to research I--finding and evaluating your sources. Cadbury, Vivian C. Report Jan 1, 2015 4981
Chapter 19: An introduction to research II--using and citing your sources. Cadbury, Vivian C. Report Jan 1, 2015 7618
Chapter 20: Reviewing the parts of speech. Cadbury, Vivian C. Report Jan 1, 2015 3779
Chapter 21: Understanding sentence basics. Cadbury, Vivian C. Report Jan 1, 2015 4924
Chapter 22: Fixing sentence fragments. Cadbury, Vivian C. Report Jan 1, 2015 3838
Chapter 23: Run-on sentences and comma splices. Cadbury, Vivian C. Report Jan 1, 2015 4528
Chapter 24: Subject-verb agreement. Cadbury, Vivian C. Brief article Jan 1, 2015 5133
Chapter 25: More about verbs. Cadbury, Vivian C. Report Jan 1, 2015 6342
Chapter 26: Pronouns and point of view. Cadbury, Vivian C. Report Jan 1, 2015 4703
Half-alfabed libaglamce. Anil Feb 1, 2014 1047
Style, the narrating instance, and the "trace" of writing. Dawson, Paul Dec 22, 2013 10092
Getting published fast! Turning your presentations into publications. Kimmel, Kathleen Mar 22, 2013 673
The default reader and a model of queer reading and writing strategies or: obituary for the implied reader. Kubowitz, Hanna Essay Jun 22, 2012 11114
Grammar as she is spoke. Carter, Ronald; McCarthy, Michael Column Mar 1, 2012 844
5 Stages of Writing: From Provocation to Euphoria. Feb 8, 2012 422
Writing scientific papers for publication: "Without publication research is sterile". Curzon, M.E.J.; Cleaton-Jones, P.E. Report Feb 1, 2012 5365
The old astronomical significance of the glyph and the word sui < *swats. Smith, Jonathan Essay Jan 1, 2012 11461
Playing the 'what if ...?' game. Taylor, Drew Hayden Viewpoint essay Nov 1, 2011 800
Use of e-rater[R] in Scoring of the TOEFL iBT[R] Writing Test. Research Report. ETS RR-11-25. Haberman, Shelby J. Abstract Jun 1, 2011 186
The hooptedoodle of phone: the rules of writing also apply to script design. Polkosky, Melanie Jan 1, 2011 771
Commentary on 'Writing for Special Needs: The Importance of the Real Relationship' by Thomas Burkhalter. Sinason, Valerie Critical essay Dec 22, 2010 2490
Social collage and the four discourses in (some of) the Kootenay School of Writing: Part I. Burnham, Clint Critical essay Jun 1, 2010 11611
Writing for special needs: the importance of the real relationship. Burkhalter, Thomas Essay Mar 22, 2010 7739
Should you have to learn cursive writing? Feb 8, 2010 416
Most common writing mistakes--3. Solomon, Frank Apr 1, 2009 867
Mirror, mirror on the wall ... who can read my crazy scrawl? Finstick, Sue Ann Brief article Nov 1, 2008 150
To conform or not to conform: asking questions about unconventional writing. Sahm, Danielle Personal account Oct 1, 2008 1348
Don't give readers whiplash. LaRocque, Paula Sep 1, 2008 810
You rule! Apr 28, 2008 527
Chapter 1 Cooking up communication. Cadbury, Vivian C. Jan 1, 2008 3662
Chapter 2 The writing process. Cadbury, Vivian C. Jan 1, 2008 5340
Chapter 3 The shape of writing. Cadbury, Vivian C. Jan 1, 2008 4369
Tips for writing an article. Muhlebach, Richard F. Jan 1, 2008 875
Writing American Indian history. Noley, Grayson B. Report Jan 1, 2008 2720
Professional communications: publications and presentations. Ulrich, Beth T. Sep 1, 2007 3814
Mind traveling. Jun 22, 2007 408
Really reluctant writers: 'so far, my experience shows me that really reluctant writers outnumber really reluctant readers by about three to one. Reluctant readers I have almost cracked. Writing, however, is something else.'. Bamford, Ruth Jun 22, 2007 1742
The magpie teacher on writing. Blake, Julie Jun 22, 2007 1454
Writing strategies. Andrews, Crispin Jun 22, 2007 1498
Subject-verb-object: keep it simple. LaRocque, Paula Jun 1, 2007 699
Writing for publication: steps to excellence. Henson, Kenneth T. Jun 1, 2007 4529
A career in educational writing--making the transition. Vize, Anne Jun 1, 2007 1511
Writing love letters: a promotional tool. Schmidt, Katherine M. May 1, 2007 1889
Not choosing sides: using directive and nondirective methodology in a writing session. Truesdell, Tom Feb 1, 2007 3104
Borderlands. Mitchell, Susan Viewpoint essay Jan 1, 2007 1396
Disappointed in your law practice? Maybe it's time for a change ... Oct 1, 2006 560
Writing tighter for online prospects, using Prof. Lanham's Lard Factor. Goss, Fred Jul 25, 2006 605
How to write a diet book: looking for some extra income? Always wanted to see your name in print? Writing a diet book is easier than you think. Don't worry if you have no expertise or degree. You've been eating all your life, haven't you? Liebman, Bonnie Jul 1, 2006 766
Dobbiamo continuare a scrivere recensioni? Cherchi, Paolo Essay Jun 22, 2006 6107
Genre writing in primary school: from theory to the classroom, via first steps (1). Thwaite, Anne Jun 1, 2006 5643
How to write a good lead. Soloman, Frank Jun 1, 2006 912
Writing more life into the school library. McPherson, Keith Feb 1, 2006 2156
Tilling word and land: how place informs both mind and imagination. Berry, Wendell Column Nov 1, 2005 1424
Write right! Being pro-active in your writing results in clearer, concise, and energetic communiques. Kline, John A. Sep 22, 2005 437
Reel-life diary exercise spotlights movie history; grades 5-6. Jan 1, 2005 723
Fear not! Words exist for all things scary. LaRocque, Paula Dec 1, 2004 684
Writing to Learn, Learning to Write: Revisiting Writing Across the Curriculum in Northwest Secondary Schools. By Request. Brewster, Cori; Klump, Jennifer Report Dec 1, 2004 214
Should teachers allow students to use profanity in their writing? Nov 1, 2004 757
Norbert Blei: portrait of the artist as outsider. Pichaske, David Sep 22, 2004 10751
Language in the vicinity of art: artists' writings, 1960-1975. Weiss, Jeffrey Jun 22, 2004 2976
Nonie Sharp on a sense of place. Sharp, Nonie Jun 1, 2004 2599
The common thread: a guide for essay writing. Buttermore, Matthew Jun 1, 2004 1107
Collaborative work, competitive students, counter-narrative: A tale from out of (the academy's) bounds. Broussard, William Sep 1, 2003 3345
Superheroes. Shiflet, E. Stone Sep 1, 2003 1531
Nixed numerals keep clarity: sentences with a lot of numbers are difficult for readers to digest. LaRocque, Paula Aug 1, 2003 836
How will they write? Lebrave, Jean-Louis Dec 22, 2002 4194
Use large words sparingly: a large vocabulary is good to have, but not always to use. (Mastering the Art). Larocque, Paula Dec 1, 2002 911
Meaning to get to: procrastination and the art of life. Kingwell, Mark Sep 22, 2002 7882
An appeal to writers everywhere. Ladds, Tony Sep 22, 2002 1125
Evaluating the treatment of L2 writing: an analysis of French textbooks. Gascoigne, Carolyn Jun 22, 2002 2754
A very dangerous crutch: unnecessary qualifiers weaken writing. (Mastering the Art). LaRocque, Paula Brief Article May 1, 2002 872
Restoring the serial comma: Confusion over style has led to more confusing writing. (Mastering the Art). LaRocque, Paula Brief Article Nov 1, 2001 1027
Writing for the Internet: Keep it short and use non-linear storytelling to your advantage. (Mastering the Art). Bukota, George Brief Article Nov 1, 2001 490
Some Issues in Scientific Language: Precision, Conciseness, and English as a Second Language. Goldbort, Robert Sep 1, 2001 1908
A Blossoming Plot. Craig, Christie Brief Article Jul 8, 2001 995
An Interview with Naomi Ragen. Weil, Jenny Interview Jul 1, 2001 1707
Enhancing Your Writing Skills. Messmer, Max Jan 1, 2001 1044
Crawl before running. LAROCQUE, PAULA Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 867
Writing the words we hear. BRUBAKER, HERB Jan 1, 2001 958
Clean up your copy. BUGEJA, MICHAEL Brief Article Jan 1, 2001 876
Called for Traveling. RIEDER, REM Brief Article Dec 1, 2000 759
Say what? LAROCQUE, PAULA Brief Article Sep 1, 2000 873
A consumerist's Technocopia of the most current gizmos. Bowen, Charles Feb 14, 2000 702
Make stories speak to readers. LaRocque, Paula Brief Article Jan 1, 2000 739
How to Write a Killer Essay. ALTSCHULER, GLENN C. Brief Article Dec 13, 1999 458
Language and lost credibility. LaRocque, Paula Nov 1, 1999 916
Who Were You, Joe DiMaggio? Halberstam, David Sep 22, 1999 1560
"Mommy, How Do You Write 'Sarah'?": The Role of Name Writing in One Child's Literacy. Martens, Prisca A. Sep 22, 1999 6073
The Influence of Semantics and Syntax on What Readers Remember. Isakson, Carol S.; Spyridakis, Jan H. Aug 1, 1999 9325
Our writing path is bumpy or smooth, depending on words. LaRocque, Paula Jul 1, 1999 926
Gallic Equinoxe follows scripted path to success. NESSELSON, LISA Brief Article Apr 19, 1999 332
A Teller's Tale: Elizabeth McCracken reveals her writing inspirations. RENDELSTEI, JILL E. Interview Apr 1, 1999 2627
Using a Writing Assessment Rubric for Writing Development of Children Who Are Deaf. SCHIRMER, BARBARA R.; BAILEY, JILL; FITZGERALD, SHAWN M. Mar 22, 1999 7696
Bells and whistles are OK, but facts are better. Herrington, Jeff Mar 1, 1999 1921
Bruni on writing history. Ianziti, Gary Jun 22, 1998 10723
When in doubt about who or whom, try a substitution. Avoid pronoun pitfalls by taking second look. LaRocque, Paula Jun 1, 1998 740
Writer's block? What writer's block? Reeves, Ann Apr 1, 1998 1471
Short and choppy frequently omits sequence, meaning. LaRocque, Paula Apr 1, 1998 887
The where of the when. Hart, Jack Oct 18, 1997 425
Brick by brick. Hart, Jack Column Aug 16, 1997 909
Enough about that new golf phenomenon! Astor, David Column Aug 2, 1997 631
The heart of the sentence. Hart, Jack Column Jul 26, 1997 866
My daughter is left-handed. I want to know if it is harder for a left-handed child to learn than it is for a right-handed child. If so, what can I do to help her? SerVaas, Cory Apr 1, 1997 430
Why worry about words? Hart, Jack Column Feb 1, 1997 832
Building character. Hart, Jack Column Dec 28, 1996 851
Choosing a place to stand. Hart, Jack Column Nov 9, 1996 822
Writers talk about attracting readers. Astor, David Aug 3, 1996 800
A few tips on how to do well in writing contests. Sumner, David E. Column Jul 6, 1996 1006
Punctuation problems. Hart, Jack Dec 16, 1995 794
Painting portraits with words. Hart, Jack Column Aug 12, 1995 811
Missed opportunities. Hart, Jack Column Jul 8, 1995 788
Writers offer advice to writers. Kirtz, Bill Jul 1, 1995 1350
High tension. Hart, Jack Column Feb 11, 1995 762
Hanging loose. Hart, Jack Column Mar 12, 1994 442
Copy editors from hell. Boroson, Warren Column Mar 12, 1994 1623
Without one wasted word. Hart, Jack Jan 8, 1994 692
Staying out of hog water: tips for writers. Scott, Sandra Davidson Sep 22, 1993 3420
Talking to the wall. Johnston, Paul Dennithorne Sep 22, 1993 1150
Fuzziness: don't force readers to clear up your writing. LaRocque, Paula Sep 1, 1993 810
A teaching tip. Morgan, Meg May 1, 1993 1720
Nancy's wordsmithy. Allison, Nancy May 1, 1993 971
Term talk. Nadziejka, David E. May 1, 1993 1328
Marketing writing for technical products. King, Janice May 1, 1993 2266
Distant voices. Hart, Jack Jul 25, 1992 763
Prose nouveau. Beardsley, Chuck column Feb 1, 1991 553
How to use your time efficiently when writing. Smeltzer, Larry R.; Gilsdorf, Jeanette W. Nov 1, 1990 2654

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