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  • Academic Writing: Process and Product: ELT Document 129 (Developments in English Language Teaching)

  • Pauline C Robinson , , 1988

This book is part of a series of collected academic articles on the theory of teaching English to speakers of other languages.

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This book is part of a series of collected academic articles on the theory of teaching English to speakers of other languages.

  • Assessing Writing

  • Cushing Weigle, S. , Cambridge University Press , 2002

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  • 9780521784467 5514
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  • Exploring Grammar In Writing Upper Intermediate and Advanced

  • Hughes, R. , Cambridge University Press , 2005

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  • 0-521-66994-4 2459
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  • 1 copies

  • How to Teach Writing

  • Harmer, J. , Longman , 2004

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  • 9780582779983 5040
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  • 6 copies

  • MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers

  • J Gibaldi , Non Basic Stock Line , 1999

Mla Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, Fifth Edition

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Mla Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, Fifth Edition

  • Process Writing (Longman Handbooks for Language Teachers)

  • White, R. & Arndt, V. , Longman , Longman , 1991

A teacher's resource book providing activities and lesson plans to develop writing skills through the recursive techniques of "process writing", this volume combines theoretical explanations with practical teaching techniques and ideas. The book is divided into six main sections and is designed to allow teachers to create their own writing programme according to the needs of their students. Examples of authentic student writing and sample stimulus material are included. The activities offered are aimed at most levels and interests. The books in this series are concerned with teaching techniques at a practical level. They aim to provide both experienced and inexperienced teachers with guidance and assistance.

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  • 9780582024441 5051
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A teacher's resource book providing activities and lesson plans to develop writing skills through the recursive techniques of "process writing", this volume combines theoretical explanations with practical teaching techniques and ideas. The book is divided into six main sections and is designed to allow teachers to create their own writing programme according to the needs of their students. Examples of authentic student writing and sample stimulus material are included. The activities offered are aimed at most levels and interests. The books in this series are concerned with teaching techniques at a practical level. They aim to provide both experienced and inexperienced teachers with guidance and assistance.

  • Second Language Writing

  • Hyland, K. , Cambridge University Press , 2003

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  • 9780521534307 103000
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  • Second Language Writing: Research Insights for the Classroom

  • Kroll, B.(ed.) , Cambridge University Press , 1990

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  • 9780521387781 5041
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  • Teaching and Researching Writing

  • Hyland, K. , Longman , 2002

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  • Teaching English Spelling: A Practical Guide

  • Shemesh, R. & Waller, S. , Cambridge University Press , 2000

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  • Teaching Writing Skills (Longman Handbooks for Language Teachers Series)

  • Donn Byrne , Longman; Revised edition edition , 1988

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  • Techniques in Teaching Writing

  • Raimes, A. , Oxford University Press , 1983

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  • Writing

  • Tribble, C. , Oxford University Press , 1996

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  • Writing (1st Ed.)

  • Hedge, T. , Oxford University Press , 1988

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  • Writing (2nd Ed.)

  • Hedge, T. , Oxford University Press , 2005

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  • Writing for Study Purposes: A Teacher's Guide to Developing Individual Writing Skills

  • Arthur Brookes Peter Grundy , Cambridge University Press , 1990

Emphasizing the processes by which learners can write free from the constraints of other people's ideas, this text presents a new approach to teaching. It examines the writing process, cultural assumptions, ways of improving and evaluating writing and using the included exercises.

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Emphasizing the processes by which learners can write free from the constraints of other people's ideas, this text presents a new approach to teaching. It examines the writing process, cultural assumptions, ways of improving and evaluating writing and using the included exercises.

  • Writing Skills Student's book: A Problem-Solving Approach

  • Norman Coe, Robin Rycroft, Pauline Ernest , Cambridge University Press , 1983

Writing Skills provides learners with problem-solving activities based on a wide variety of text types. The activities give practice in using specific items of language and in developing the ability to organise information. Text types covered are: letters (both informal and formal), reports, brochures, journalistic articles, instructions and stories. In all cases, emphasis is placed on group work, and substantial opportunities and ideas for further practice are given throughout. The Teacher\'s Book contains notes and a key, as well as comprehensive explanations of the rationale behind the exercises.

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Writing Skills provides learners with problem-solving activities based on a wide variety of text types. The activities give practice in using specific items of language and in developing the ability to organise information. Text types covered are: letters (both informal and formal), reports, brochures, journalistic articles, instructions and stories. In all cases, emphasis is placed on group work, and substantial opportunities and ideas for further practice are given throughout. The Teacher\'s Book contains notes and a key, as well as comprehensive explanations of the rationale behind the exercises.

  • Writing Skills Teacher's book: A Problem-Solving Approach

  • Norman Coe , Cambridge University Press , 1983

Writing Skills provides learners with problem-solving activities based on a wide variety of text types. The activities give practice in using specific items of language and in developing the ability to organise information. Text types covered are: letters (both informal and formal), reports, brochures, journalistic articles, instructions and stories. In all cases, emphasis is placed on group work, and substantial opportunities and ideas for further practice are given throughout. The Teacher\\\'s Book contains notes and a key, as well as comprehensive explanations of the rationale behind the exercises.

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Writing Skills provides learners with problem-solving activities based on a wide variety of text types. The activities give practice in using specific items of language and in developing the ability to organise information. Text types covered are: letters (both informal and formal), reports, brochures, journalistic articles, instructions and stories. In all cases, emphasis is placed on group work, and substantial opportunities and ideas for further practice are given throughout. The Teacher\\\'s Book contains notes and a key, as well as comprehensive explanations of the rationale behind the exercises.

  • Writing Tasks Student's book: An Authentic-Task Approach to Individual Writing

  • David Jolly , , 1984

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  • 978-0521229241 114323
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