The activities and teaching strategies in Writing for the Real World will help students to realize the importance of writing. Personal writing activities emphasize writing as a source of lifelong learning and pleasure through diary and journalentries, autobiographies, personal letters, and illustrated stories and poems. School writing activities give them practice in taking notes, responding to readings, writing in specific content areas, completing research papers, answering questions onessay tests, and writing timed essays for assessment. Workplace writing activities give students experience in the kind of writing they may be required to do in the workplace. Your students will learn to write efficiently and effectively in any situation.Writing. the. Comparison/Contrast. Essay. You have been asked to convince your readers that one item in each of the following ... of your essay (or, better yet, select two items of your own). large city /small town reading a mystery /romance novel team ... In your introduction, state what two items you will compare and contrast.
|Title||:||Writing for the Real World|
|Author||:||Mary Peters, Elaine Dion|