By Billie F. Birnie
A advisor to Organizational innovations for pondering and Writing offers lecturers and scholars ten styles for arranging principles that might extend their repertoire of organizational talents. every one trend is illustrated through passages that version the method, and every is observed by way of an project that invitations software and perform. types that surround a variety of subjects—literature, heritage, technology, mathematics—are supplied for college students within the early grades, in heart university, and in highschool or collage. academics will locate the 1st a part of the publication worthwhile in making plans writing guide, not only for language arts yet for any topic that calls for English exposition. scholars, from rising to complete writers, will reap the benefits of analyzing the passages and finishing the assignments. The concepts comprise six easy approaches—chronological, spatial, topical, comparability, distinction, comparability contrast—and 4 much less recognized patterns—traditional narrative, point
counterpoint, question-answer, and prolonged analogy. The publication concludes with a lesson in modeling rhythm and rhyme in poetry. another key positive aspects of this publication comprise:
•A bonus lesson on modeling rhythm and rhyme
•Leads to extra resources
•An advent to modeling prose passages
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1911. Helen of Troy and Other Poems by Sara Teasdale. New York: Original publisher unknown. Available online through Project Gutenberg. Tufte, Virginia. 2006. Artful Sentences: Syntax as Style. Cheshire, CT: Graphics Press. 45 ABOUT THE AUTHOR Billie F. Birnie has been teaching writing most of her life, first to students in elementary, middle, and senior high schools, and, in recent years, to prospective and experienced teachers. Her published writing ranges from poetry and memoir to professional articles and books on teaching and learning.
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A Teacher's Guide to Organizational Strategies for Thinking and Writing by Billie F. Birnie