First Steps in Academic Writing: Level 2 (The Longman by Ann Hogue

By Ann Hogue

The second one variation of First Steps in educational Writing, via Ann Hogue, provides high-beginning to low-intermediate scholars with crucial instruments to grasp easy educational writing. The text's time-proven strategy integrates paragraph association, sentence constitution, grammar, mechanics, and the writing method. First Steps leads scholars to construct powerful educational writing abilities that may final them all through their writing careers.   positive factors: A step by step method courses scholars seamlessly during the writing approach. transparent, succinct factors support scholars to appreciate and observe key conepts and ideas. quite a few versions and sundry perform aid scholars in any respect phases of writing. NEW check it out! routines supply scholars possibilities to evaluate mastery of latest skills.  NEW magazine writing actions support scholars construct literacy. NEW self-editing and peer modifying worksheets inspire scholars to revise. The Longman educational Writing sequence additionally includes: point 1 basics of educational Writing point three creation to educational Writing, 3rd version point four Writing educational English, Fourth variation 

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Step 1 Look at your final cluster of circles. Mark ideas that seem useful for this topic, and cross out ideas that don't seem useful. Try to find three main points. Label them A, B, C. Step 2 Write a topic sentence and a concluding sentence. T i t l e : - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -- - T OPIC SENTENCE F IRST MAIN POI NT S ECOND MAIN POI NT THIRD MAI N POINT A. _________________________________________ B. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - C. __________________________________ C ONCLUDI NG SENTENCE 'n1f 1t Out!

My father or my mother will meet me at the airport. (This sentence means that only one person will come to the airport. mother will meet me at the airport. ) Use t6is chart to help you remember the meanings of and and or in a simple sentence. + + Use and to join two or more items in a positive sentence . I love tacos, pizza, and egg rolls. - - Use or to join two or more items in a negative sentence. I don't like hot dogs or hamburgers. T? F? Also, use or to connect choices. Is this sentence true or false?

1) there is mathematical-logical intelligence. People with this kind of intelligence become mathematicians, scientists, or engineers. (2) ______ there is linguistic 2 intelligence. People with linguistic intelligence are good at language, so they become poets and writers. We are familiar with these first two kinds of intelligence, but other kinds are not so familiar. There are (3) spatial and musical kinds of intelligence. Spatial intelligence is necessary for architects and artists, and musical intelligence is necessary for musicians.

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