The Writing Revolution

Author: Judith C. Hochman
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119364914
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The Writing Revolution

Author: Amalia E. Gnanadesikan
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1444359851
Size: 64.46 MB
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From the first cuneiform clay tablet to the World Wide Web – by way of Egyptian hieroglyphs, Japanese syllabaries, and the printing press, among others – this book offers a fascinating insight into the history of one of the world’s ...

John Reed And The Writing Of Revolution

Author: Daniel Wayne Lehman
Publisher: Ohio University Press
ISBN: 0821414674
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John Reed and the Writing of Revolution examines Reed's writing from a different critical perspective—one informed by a theoretical and practical understanding of literary nonfiction.

The Writing Menu

Author: Melissa Forney
Publisher: Maupin House Publishing, Inc.
ISBN: 0929895339
Size: 40.91 MB
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Cynthia Ulrich Tobias, a uthor of The Way They Learn, Bringing Out the Best in
Your Child, and Every Child Can Succeed One writing size does not fit all! The
Writing Menu offers an innovative alternative to the traditional writing prompt:
choice! Nurture success in every student by keeping individual learning styles,
interests, and attention spans in mind. Apply the latest research on multiple
intelligences with this standards-based resource and start a writing revolution!
Inside you'll find A ...

Because Writing Matters

Author: National Writing Project
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118429672
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Policymakers and school administrators, no less than teachers and parents, can
benefit from understanding current trends and issues in the teaching of writing
and the vital role it can play in achieving quality and excellence in our
classrooms across the disciplines. Today, more and more educators as well as
leaders in all areas of society have come to understand that writing is central to
success in and out of school. The Neglected “R”: The Need for a Writing
Revolution, a 2003 report ...

Writing Revolution

Author: Peter J. Bellis
Publisher: University of Georgia Press
ISBN: 0820334618
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In Writing Revolution, Peter J. Bellis explores the ways in which literature can engage with—rather than escape from or obscure—social and political issues.


Author: Anne Jamison
Publisher: BenBella Books, Inc.
ISBN: 1939529204
Size: 72.14 MB
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But when outsiders see a fan community so polarized by its feelings about, say,
writing Hermione with Harry or Ginny with Harry that these groups can't even talk
to each other, and don't even want to share the same (digital) shelf space—well,
frankly, to the people who aren't caught up in that conflict, it looks a lit- tle absurd.
So maybe this is what the rest of us look like: The people who ship writing/
difficulty and writing/revolution don't talk to the people who ship writing/
entertainment or ...

The Writing Of American History

Author: Michael Kraus
Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN: 9780806122342
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THE STIRRING EVENTS of the twoscore years that followed 1760 were a
stimulus to historical composition and the collection of documentary materials. It
is therefore surprising that so little was done on a comprehensive scale. The
correspondence of John Adams is a useful source in which to trace the story of
early Revolutionary historiography. He complained to his fellow revolutionary
Thomas McKean: "Can you account for the apathy, the antipathy of this nation to
their own history?