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Diction

Diction

Diction. Imprecise Word Choice. 1. Words that sound the same but have different meanings 2. Imaginary Words and Phrases 3. Double Negatives. Homonyms or words which sound pretty much the same.

By ostinmannual
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Embedding Quotations in a Sentence

Embedding Quotations in a Sentence

Embedding Quotations in a Sentence. Each piece of quoted material in a paragraph must have a transition that gives the context and background for that quote. Embedding quotations using transition helps quoted material flow naturally and coherently into your paragraph. .

By eloise
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Who vs. Whom

Who vs. Whom

Who vs. Whom. Pronoun Agreement. Getting it Right!!. The She/He-Him/Her Method. 1. Replace the Who or Whom in a sentence with she or her and see if it’s grammatically correct. Choose Who if the personal pronoun is in the subjective case: I, we, he, she, it, they

By minh
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Embedding Quotations in a Sentence

Embedding Quotations in a Sentence

Embedding Quotations in a Sentence. Each piece of quoted material in a paragraph must have a transition that gives the context and background for that quote. Embedding quotations using transition helps quoted material flow naturally and coherently into your paragraph. .

By ayoka
(214 views)

Phase 1 PAT / Research project

Phase 1 PAT / Research project

Phase 1 PAT / Research project. Purpose. Investigate problem Provide evidence in a report of a full investigation with clear Introduction and Conclusion In summary pull everything together Follow systematic method of investigation Talk to learners about General PPT.

By celine
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Who vs. Whom

Who vs. Whom

Who vs. Whom. Who- Substitutes for the subject. Who can be used only for subjects and subject complements. Example: Who let the dogs out? Example: All of the school bullies want to take on a big guy who they know will not hurt them. Who vs. Whom. Whom - can be used only for objects.

By wendi
(414 views)

Analyzing and Critiquing Business Cases

Analyzing and Critiquing Business Cases

Analyzing and Critiquing Business Cases. Dr. John Hadjimarcou Summer 2005. What are Cases?. Cases are short stories describing a company, its environment, and challenge (s) it is facing [at the time the case was prepared]. Some cases may in fact suggest alternative courses of action

By Pat_Xavi
(140 views)

Nonfiction Notes

Nonfiction Notes

Nonfiction Notes. What is nonfiction ? Nonfiction is a form of literature based primarily on facts . It is prose writing that presents and explains ideas or tells about real people , places , objects , or events . . The Five Main Purposes of Nonfiction Writing: Entertain

By yin
(198 views)

Language – Part I Notes

Language – Part I Notes

Language – Part I Notes. ToK. Quotes. Read the quotes on page 47 Which is your favorite, and why? . Language. One of the main ways we acquire knowledge about the world Makes an “intellectual division of labor” possible Imperfect Misunderstandings Deception. Language. Rule-governed

By mariko
(106 views)

Week 14

Week 14

Week 14. #9 Editing Brochure Workshop Read #10 Business Proposal. Summaries. When do we summarize? Think of as many different types of spoken and written summaries as you can. movie trailer; review book blurb (on back of book; on website) death notice/article of famous person newscast

By tyanne
(125 views)

Bud Not Buddy Lesson 3

Bud Not Buddy Lesson 3

Bud Not Buddy Lesson 3. Reading Check #1 Wednesday, August 9. Journal #2 August 10. Look through the first two chapters of Bud Not Buddy . Choose your favorite part/ sentence and write it or summarize it. Tell why you like it. . Paragraph Form!. Please remember to be respectful. HEART.

By josie
(176 views)

Lecture 2: Introduction to Syntax

Lecture 2: Introduction to Syntax

Lecture 2: Introduction to Syntax. (Revised based on the Tucker’s slides). Thinking about Syntax. The syntax of a programming language is a precise description of all its grammatically correct programs. Precise syntax was first used with Algol 60, and has been used ever since. Three levels:

By dara
(191 views)

Rhetoric: The Art of Persuasion

Rhetoric: The Art of Persuasion

Rhetoric: The Art of Persuasion. Rhetorical Devices English II PreAP. Categories of Rhetorical Devices. Terms involving emphasis, association, clarification, and focus Terms involving physical organization, transition, and disposition of arrangement Terms involving decoration and variety.

By marika
(144 views)

RUSH HOUR 3

RUSH HOUR 3

RUSH HOUR 3. Listen to and watch the clip. Take note of the language used. Any language errors? What are they confused about? Why are they confused? Lessons learnt from this clip are… 1) ? 2) ? 3) ?. LANGUAGE EXERCISES. OBJECTIVES: To write structurally correct sentences

By evita
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SESSION 14 Skills Requirement of an Effective Facilitator (Facilitation Skills)

SESSION 14 Skills Requirement of an Effective Facilitator (Facilitation Skills)

SESSION 14 Skills Requirement of an Effective Facilitator (Facilitation Skills). OBJECTIVES. Describe facilitation and the role of a facilitator in training; Identify the basic facilitation skills of a trainer; Explain the basic adult learning perspectives and approaches; and

By alyn
(272 views)

Cognitive Psychology C81COG 1. Language

Cognitive Psychology C81COG 1. Language

Cognitive Psychology C81COG 1. Language. Dr Jonathan Stirk. Summary of lectures. 6 lectures 1. Psycholinguistics 2. Word recognition & reading 3. Memories in reading 4. Iconic memory & reading (Sensory memory) Categorical memory 5. Structures & processes 6. Representation of meaning.

By becca
(88 views)

Introducing direct quotations

Introducing direct quotations

Introducing direct quotations. Background Notes. What is a direct quotation?.

By toki
(139 views)

Subject verb agreement

Subject verb agreement

Subject verb agreement. Noun + - s : Friend s are important. Noun + - es : I like my class es . A final - s or - es is added to a noun to make the noun plural. Friend and class = singular nouns Friend s and class es = plural nouns.

By kendis
(101 views)

WILDCAT Notes

WILDCAT Notes

WILDCAT Notes. Today’s Essential Question: How should I organize my thoughts when I am writing a two chunk paragraph?. EQ : How should I organize my thoughts when I am writing a two chunk paragraph?. Ask a question. Teacher’s Notes. Two chunk paragraph Sentence #1: Topic Sentence – TS

By vesna
(96 views)

Live Blog Notes 2/9/11

Live Blog Notes 2/9/11

Live Blog Notes 2/9/11. Nancy Sommers “Revisions strategies of a student writer and an experienced writer. “ Kristie Fleckenstein “Appetite for Coherence” Sullivan and Egglesten “Before you begin” and “Techniques and tools”. What we are taught as writers from the beginning!.

By russ
(164 views)

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