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  • Creative writing is any writing that goes outside the bounds of normal professional, journalistic, academic, or technical forms of literature, typically identified by an emphasis on narrative craft, character development, and the use of literary tropes. Due to the looseness of the definition, it is possible for writing such as feature stories to be considered creative writing, even though they fall under journalism, because the content of features is specifically focused on narrative and character development.

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  • This book is designed to motivate and provide quick and relevant writing prompts/ideas for students in your class who find it difficult to get their writing engines going in the journal or creative writing classes.

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  • Difficulty of reading scholarly papers is significantly reduced by reader-friendly writing principles. Writing reader-friendly text, however, is challenging due to difficulty in recognizing problems in one’s own writing. To help scholars identify and correct potential writing problems, we introduce SWAN (Scientific Writing AssistaNt) tool. SWAN is a rule-based system that gives feedback based on various quality metrics based on years of experience from scientific writing classes including 960 scientists of various backgrounds: life sciences, engineering sciences and economics. ...

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  • This paper aims to propose a possible solution to a real-world curriculum problem of how to foster learner autonomy in an English academic writing class at College of Foreign Languages-Vietnam National University where a generally low level of learner autonomy is perceived. It begins by defining relevant terms and representing the problem. Thence, the rationale for the proposed solution and a plan for implementing it are discussed. The final section suggests a plan for evaluating the effectiveness of the problem-solving task. ...

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  • Security is probably not even count how many essays you wrote for the class of your high school. English essay assignment and partial classes, history and citizenship classes and language classes. Many subjects even require essays. If you are a senior facility or, you know that the stakes for essay writing continue to rise. You will probably have to write one of these classes as part of the exam, and / or have a majority of Your grade is based on an essay But they are not only valuable class essays. also part of the check stock as ACT, Regents, and SAT, and they are...

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  • 1. Choose a point of view and support that view. (Sample question) Some people believe that university students should be required to attend classes. Others believe that going to classes should be optional for students. Which point of view do you agree with? Use specific reasons and details to explain your answer. This type of question asks you to look at only ONE side of the issue - the side you agree with. DON'T write about both sides. You tell which side you agree with and support your ideas with details and examples. Sample Essay for this...

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  • Often, of course, you are not free to choose at all. You must compose a report for a business meeting or write on an as- signed topic for an English class. The problem then becomes not what to write about but how to attack it, a question we'll discuss in Chapters 5 and 6.

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  • The teacher puts a box full of words on the board. The words fit together to either make one long sentence or lots of short sentences. The class is divided into strong groups and weak groups. The strong groups write down one long sentence while the weak ones write down as many different short sentences as possible. For stronger groups, the sentence with the most words in the given time is the winner. For weaker groups, the group with the most sentences is the winner.

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  • They will learn how to organize their thoughts, develop their essays, and use appropriate sentence structure to express their ideas. The activities in this book are well suited for classroom use. The activities arc carefully structured and can easily be completed in class. They can also be done as homework and then corrected in class.

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  • Maybe you're one of The millions of people who. as students in elementary or high school, never understood the necessity of having to memorize all those grammar and usage rules in English class. Or maybe you were often confused by all of the exceptions to those rales.

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  • The final sentence sums up the scene and states the impression directly, as to the modifiers "neatly," "clean," "gay," but on the whole the images create the sense of middle-class fulfillment. Any ugliness is excluded. If the lawn were disfigured by crabgrass, if weeds leered among the flowers, the facts are discreetly omitted. Very different are the details—and the impression—in this account of the homes of miners in the north of England: no hope of describing them adequately. To begin with, the smell, the dominant and essential thing, is indescribable.

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  • This book provides many opportunities for practice writing summaries of reading passages and lectures. Again, you can provide additional practice by having the students wflte summaries of things they have read or news stories they have listened to, Kncourage students ro share with the class summaries

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  • In all writing classes, there is an exercise called brainstorming, which helps you start the flow of ideas necessary for an essay. This process Involves writing words and phrases that are related to your topic as they come into your head.

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  • When the class is working on Steps 2 and 3 have the students check each others essays to make sure there is a topic sentence in each paragraph and thai both the theme and all the supporting points are mentioned in the introduction.

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  • For some overseas students, essays have to be written in the unfamiliar rhetorical styles of the target culture (Crowe & Peterson, 1995). An added complexity is that different cultural conventions are involved in academic argument. These conventions are important from the point of view of the teacher in that overseas students may have a logical orientation, but it may be perceived to be illogical to a reader anticipating a different culturally-constrained demonstration of logic.

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  • You can use passages from reading texts, newspapers magazines, and other sources that arc available and arc of interest to the students, Encourage the students to read often and to make notes on whar they read- Students can bring their notes to class to share with their classmates.

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  • Tham khảo tài liệu 'class dutytoday', ngoại ngữ, kỹ năng viết tiếng anh phục vụ nhu cầu học tập, nghiên cứu và làm việc hiệu quả

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  • Outline: Classes, Working with objects, Attributes, methods, and access control, Constructors. Readings: Java how to program, chapter 3, 8. A Java program is a collection of objects. Each class is specified in one source file (file name is the same with class name), Every line of code you write in Java must be inside a class (not counting import directives), Increase modularity, Easier to modified code, shorter compile time.

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  • Sealed Classes Using inheritance is not always easy and requires forethought. If you create an interface or an abstract class, you are knowingly writing something that will be inherited from in the future.

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  • Finally, a brief word about the team of writers is in order. Although we very much opted for a division of labour approach to the writing of this book, it has been no less of a team effort. The text was written by Mark Newson and the exercises prepared by Hordós Marianna, Szécsényi Krisztina, Pap Dániel, Tóth Gabriella and Vincze Veronika. Szécsényi Krisztina prepared the glossary. Most of the editing was carried out by Hordós Marianna, Nádasdi Péter, Szécsényi Krisztina and ...

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