A Student’s Introduction to English Grammar

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Cambridge University Press #ad - This groundbreaking undergraduate textbook on modern Standard English grammar is the first to be based on the revolutionary advances of the authors' previous work, The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language 2002. Errors of the older tradition of english grammar are noted and corrected, and the excesses of prescriptive usage manuals are firmly rebutted in specially highlighted notes that explain what older authorities have called 'incorrect' and show why those authorities are mistaken.

This book is intended for students in colleges or universities who have little or no previous background in grammar, and presupposes no linguistics. It contains exercises, and will provide a basis for introductions to grammar and courses on the structure of English not only in linguistics departments but also in English language and literature departments and schools of education.

A Student's Introduction to English Grammar #ad - The analyses defended there are outlined here more briefly, in an engagingly accessible and informal style.

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The English Language Canto Classics

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Cambridge University Press #ad - This bestselling text by Charles Barber, with updating contributions from Joan C. Stimulating and interesting, it is not only written for specialists on language and linguistics, but also for general readers who take an interest in the subject. Beal and Philip A. Using dozens of familiar texts, shakespeare and chaucer, the English language is explored in terms of where it came from, where it is going and the global impact it has had, including the English of King Alfred, taking into account the many varieties of English that now exist.

Shaw, recounts the history of the English language from its remote ancestry to the present day.

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The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language

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Cambridge University Press #ad - It represents a major advance over previous grammars by virtue of drawing systematically on the linguistic research carried out on English during the last forty years. It incorporates insights from the theoretical literature but presents them in a way that is accessible to readers without formal training in linguistics.

The book contains twenty chapters and a guide to further reading. Its usefulness is enhanced by diagrams of sentence structure, cross-references between sections, a comprehensive index, and user-friendly design and typography throughout. It is based on a sounder and more consistent descriptive framework than previous large-scale grammars, and includes much more explanation of grammatical terms and concepts, together with justification for the ways in which the analysis differs from traditional grammar.

The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language #ad - This book presents a new and comprehensive descriptive grammar of English, written by the principal authors in collaboration with an international research team of a dozen linguists in five countries.

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Teaching Adolescent Writers

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Stenhouse Publishers #ad - Many students are leaving school without the necessary writing practice and skills needed to compete in a complex and fast-moving Information Age. From the requirements of standardized tests to those of the wired workplace, once a luxury, the ability to write well, has become a necessity. Unless we teach them how to run with it, they are in danger of being run over by a stampede—a literacy stampede.

Teaching Adolescent Writers #ad - In teaching adolescent writers, kelly Gallagher, author of Reading Reasons and Deeper Reading, shows how students can be taught to write effectively. In an increasingly demanding world of literacy, it has become critical that students know how to write effectively. Kelly shares a number of classroom-tested strategies that enable teachers to:understand the importance of teaching writing;motivate young writers;see the importance modeling plays in building young writers modeling from both the teacher and from real-world text;understand how providing choice elevates adolescent writing and how to allow for choice within a rigorous curriculum;help students recognize the importance of purpose and audience;assess essays in ways that drive better writing performance.

Infused with humor and illuminating anecdotes, Kelly draws on his classroom experiences and work as co-director of a regional writing project to offer teachers both practical ways to incorporate writing instruction into their day and compelling reasons to do so.

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Teaching Science to Every Child: Using Culture as a Starting Point

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Routledge #ad - Using culture as a starting point and connecting it to effective instructional approaches, the authors describe how a teacher can make science accessible to students who are typically pushed to the fringe—especially students of color and English language learners. Ambitious and encouraging, grounded in contemporary science education reform, this text for prospective and practicing elementary and middle school science teachers, is a valuable resource that supplies concrete approaches to support the science and science-integrated engineering learning of each and every student.

Written in a conversational style, the authors capture the tone they use when they teach their own students. Updated companion website: online resources provide links to web materials, slideshows specific to each chapter for course instructors’ use, and supplement handouts for in-class activities: www.

Teaching Science to Every Child: Using Culture as a Starting Point #ad - Routledge. Com/cw/Settlage. At its core, it is based in the view that science is its own culture, specialized communication traditions, consisting of unique thought processes, and distinctive methods and tools. The readers are recognized as professional partners in the shared efforts to increase access, reduce inequities, and give all students the opportunities to participate in science.

Changes in the third edition:Features an entirely new chapter on engineering and its integration with science in K-8 settings. Incorporates the latest research about science practices, classroom discussions, and culturally responsive strategies. Retains an accessible writing style that encourages teachers to engage in the challenges of providing equitable and excellent science experiences to all children.

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Introduction to Instructed Second Language Acquisition

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Routledge #ad - Introduction to instructed second language acquisition is the first book to present a cohesive view of the different theoretical and pedagogical perspectives that comprise instructed second language acquisition ISLA, defined as any type of learning that occurs as a result of the manipulating the process and conditions of second language acquisition.

Introduction to Instructed Second Language Acquisition #ad - . This timely and important volume is ideally suited for the graduate level ISLA course, and provides valuable insights for any SLA scholar interested in the processes involved in second language learning in classroom settings. It then goes on to discuss the theoretical, empirical, and pedagogical aspects of such key issues in ISLA as grammar learning; interaction in the classroom; focus on form, function and meaning; vocabulary learning; pronunciation learning; pragmatics learning; learning contexts; and individual differences.

The book begins by considering the effectiveness of ISLA and the differences between ISLA and naturalistic L2 learning.

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Oxford Modern English Grammar

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OUP Oxford #ad - This book has been written by a leading expert in the field, covers both British and American English, and makes use of authentic spoken and written examples. Thisdescriptive source of reference is invaluable for those with an interest in the English language, undergraduate and postgraduate students, and for anyone who would like a clear guide to English grammar and how it is used.

Oxford Modern English Grammar #ad - Oxford modern english Grammar is Oxford's brand new and definitive guide to English grammar. Arranged in four clear parts for ease of use, its comprehensive coverage ranges from the very basic to the most complex aspects of grammar, all of which are explained clearly yet authoritatively.

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Lucky Luna

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Scholastic Inc. #ad - After locking her in the bathroom at their other cousin's quinceañera, Luna is grounded for a month. That's when luna realizes the true meaning of her grandmother's wise advice -- "blood is thicker than water. She and claudia may not like each other, but they are still primas. Her punishment? not being allowed to wear her signature hats, which she uses to hide her birthmark, a streak of white in her otherwise dark hair.

Lucky Luna #ad - And it's the job of primas to stand up for each other. Luna ramos has too many primas to count, but there's one cousin that's always getting her into trouble, Claudia. The only thing that gives luna the tiniest bit of satisfaction is knowing that Claudia is also being teased because she has a big nose. Eventually, luna discovers that Claudia was not being teased after all.

Every joke luna heard was actually directed at her! Luckily, Claudia comes to her rescue, standing up for Luna by telling the other kids to leave her alone.

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The Sense of Style: The Thinking Person's Guide to Writing in the 21st Century

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Penguin Books #ad - Using examples of great and gruesome modern prose while avoiding the scolding tone and Spartan tastes of the classic manuals, he shows how the art of writing can be a form of pleasurable mastery and a fascinating intellectual topic in its own right. The sense of style is for writers of all kinds, and for readers who are interested in letters and literature and are curious about the ways in which the sciences of mind can illuminate how language works at its best.

. Is what makes this book such a gem. Time. Com why is so much writing so bad, and how can we make it better? is the English language being corrupted by texting and social media? Do the kids today even care about good writing—and why should we care? From the author of The Better Angels of Our Nature and Enlightenment Now.

The Sense of Style: The Thinking Person's Guide to Writing in the 21st Century #ad - In this entertaining and eminently practical book, dictionary consultant, the cognitive scientist, and New York Times–bestselling author Steven Pinker rethinks the usage guide for the twenty-first century. Charming and erudite, " from the author of Enlightenment Now, "The wit and insight and clarity he brings.

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Beginning theory: An introduction to literary and cultural theory 3rd Edition Beginnings

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#ad - Unlike many books which assume certain positions about the critics and the theories they represent, Peter Barry allows readers to develop their own ideas once first principles and concepts have been grasped. The book has been updated and includes two new chapters, one of which Literary theory – a history in ten events innovatively surveys the course of theory, while the other Theory after ‘Theory’ maps the arrival of new 'isms' since the second edition appeared in 2002.

The bewildering variety of approaches, theorists and technical language is lucidly and expertly unravelled. This new and expanded third edition continues to offer students and readers the best one-volume introduction to the field. Beginning theory has been helping students navigate through the thickets of literary and cultural theory for well over a decade now.

Beginning theory: An introduction to literary and cultural theory 3rd Edition Beginnings #ad - Liberal humanism - structuralism - post-structuralism and deconstruction - postmodernism - Psychoanalytic criticism - Feminist criticism - Lesbian/gay criticism - Marxist criticism - New historicism and cultural materialism - Postcolonial criticism - Stylistics - Narratology - Ecocriticism - Presentism/Transversal poetics/ New aestheticism/Historical formalism/Cognitive poetics.

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The Christian Imagination: The Practice of Faith in Literature and Writing Writers' Palette Book

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Shaw Books #ad - This anthology covers all of the major topics that fall within this subject and includes essays and excerpts from fifty authors, including C. S. The christian imagination brings together in a single source the best that has been written about the relationship between literature and the Christian faith. Lewis, dorothy sayers, Flannery O’Connor, and Frederick Buechner.

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