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Writing Strategies(Book Two: Advanced)
저자: David Kehe and Peggy Dustin Kehe  |  출판사: Pro Lingua Associates
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ISBN : 9780866471732
페이지 : 210쪽
판형 : 216*280mm
출간일 : 2003
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주문수량 : 권/개





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by : David Kehe and Peggy Dustin Kehe
ISBN : 0-86647-249-5

Writing Strategies One: Answers

Writing Strategies Two: Answers

Introduction :

These two texts are jam-packed with writing activities for a student-
centered writing course. Simply put, students learn to write by writing,
and these books by David and Peggy Kehe keep the students
focused on improving their writing from the first to the last minute of
the class hour.

* Each volume includes three different kinds of activities.

Rhetorical Modes. The students follow a careful sequence of steps
from preparing the first draft to writing the final essay.

Intermediate Modes Advanced Modes
Description Process
Narration Cause and Effect
Exposition Extended Definition
Comparison and Contrast Argumentation

Fluency Writing. In pairs and triads, the students exchange information
on a contemporary topic. They finish the activity by summarizing in
writing what they have talked about.

Grammar Problems and Terminology. In this section, the students
review those pesky grammar problems that always show up in the
process of putting thoughts into grammatically accurate sentences.

Pre-college and college.

An excellent review of Writing Strategies (specifically the advanced
one) is on the Japanese JALT on-line journal site, The Language
Teacher. They give permission on the site for sharing their reviews
for free.

Review :

Book Review(Book Review by Timothy Stewart)를 보시려면 여기를 클릭하세요.

Contents :

Writing Strategies Contents

User's Guide xi

Section 1: Modes
Mode 1: Description
Essay 1: Describing a Scene 3
Part 1: Focusing on the unique features 3
Part 2: Writing the first draft 4
Part 3: Writing the second draft 10
Essay 2: Describing a Person 14
Part 1: Focusing on the unique features 14
Part 2: Writing the first draft 17
Part 3: Writing the second draft 19
Mode 2: Narration 30
Part 1: Focusing on the unique features 30
Part 2: Writing the first draft 31
Part 3: Writing the second draft 35
Mode 3: Exposition 48
Part 1: Focusing on the unique features 48
Part 2: Writing the first draft 49
Part 3: Writing the second draft 52
Mode 4: Comparison and Contrast 76
Part 1: Focusing on the unique features 76
Part 2: Writing the first draft 82
Part 3: Writing the second draft 92

Section 2: Fluency Writing
Assignment 1: Boy is Burned Trying to Copy TV Stuntman (Students
A/B/C) 112
Assignment 2: Grizzly Bears (Students A/B) 115
Assignment 3: Cheating at School (Students A/B/C) 119
Assignment 4: Police Dogs (Students A/B) 123
Assignment 5: Music Therapy (Students A/B/C) 126
Assignment 6: Stopping a Drunk Driver (Students A/B/C) 130
Assignment 7: Sleep for Students (Students A/B) 134
Assignment 8: Unattractive Men (Students A/B) 137

Section 3: Grammar Exercises
Unit 1: Subject Nouns and Verbs 142
Unit 2: Conjunctions 145
Unit 3: Subjects, Verbs, Auxiliary Verbs and Conjunctions (Group Work)
146
Unit 4: Prepositions (Group Work) 150
Unit 5: Prepositions, Prepositional Phrases, and Gerunds 153
Unit 6: Phrases, Dependent and Independent Clauses 154
Unit 7: Wish and Hope 157
Unit 8: Relative Who Clauses 158
Unit 9: Verb Tenses (Group Work) 160
Unit 10: Verb Tenses 163
Unit 11: Reported Speech 165
Unit 12: Conjunctive Adverbs (Group Work) 168
Unit 13: Conjunctive Adverbs 171
Unit 14: Articles (a, an, the) 172
Unit 15: What and Which 174
Unit 16: Periods and Commas (Group Work) 176
Unit 17: Periods and Commas 179
Unit 18: If Sentences 181
Unit 19: Adjectives 183
Unit 20: Adverbs and Adjectives 186
Unit 21: Adverbs and Adjectives (Group Work) 190
Unit 22: Word-Choice Problems 193
Unit 23: Verbs Followed by Gerunds or Infinitives 195
Unit 24: Prepositions 197
Unit 25: Review of Phrases and Clauses (Group Work) 198
Unit 26: -ing/-ed Adjectives 201
Unit 27: Comparisons 202
Unit 28: Passive Voice (Group Work) 204
Unit 29: Passive Voice 207
Unit 30: Starting Sentences with Dependent Clauses 209

User's Guide :

Writing Strategies User's Guide

The purpose of this book and its companion volume is to help ESL
students at the pre-college, community college, and college level
meet the requirements of academic and professional writing. There is
sufficient material in the two books for two semesters of work.

The texts are the source material for implementing a course in which
teachers have ample time to work individually with students. As the
term "student-centered" in the sub-title implies, the students spend
most of their class time at work on their writing skills. They learn to
develop the skills of writing by writing, not listening to the teacher, or
reading long explanations.

There are three sections in each of the two books. Each section
features a different aspect of writing skills development. The sections
are Rhetorical Modes, Fluency Writing, and Grammar.

Rhetorical Modes are the focus of the first and basic section of each
book. Most writing skills texts focus on these modes. Those covered
in the two books are:

Intermediate Modes Advanced Modes
Description Process
Narration Cause and Effect
Exposition Extended Definition
Comparison and Contrast Argumentation

The Fluency Writing section engages the students in a structured
alternative to free writing or journal writing. Each activity involves
pairs or triads of students in cooperative speaking, listening, and
reading work with an article about real-world topics. In the final step
of each activity, the students write paragraphs with the details of the
article without looking at it. This requires them to make active use of
the new vocabulary and sentence styles they have just worked with.

The Grammar section is a series of activities that focus on
grammatical terminology and grammatical problems typically
encountered by intermediate and advanced level students as they
develop their skill in accurate and proficient compositions. There are
two types of activities - one type involves the students working
individually on a grammar problem. The other involves groups of
three students working together on the problem.

The three sections can be used in a variety of ways, but a
recommended procedure is to use the Rhetorical Modes section as
the basis, proceeding step-by-step through the eight modes. The
Fluency Writing is done at any time during the course when there is a
natural break during the work on the Rhetorical Modes. The Grammar
activities can also be done at any time when it is apparent that it is
needed, although there are suggestions throughout the Rhetorical
Modes section for using these activities.

Used together, the three sections of the book provide challenge and
variety to the students while allowing the teacher time to work one-
on-one with the students.

Other books by David & Peggy Dustin Kehe

Conversation Strategies

Discussion Strategies


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