Journals Higher Education

$24.95

Paperback

19 February 2014

272 Pages | 13 photos; 3 tables

8.9 x 7.0 inches

ISBN: 9780195449075


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Teaching Grammar and Punctuation in the Twenty-First Century

Marion Terry

  • Unique approach! The book avoids the heavy use of jargon and terminology and presents concepts in the plainest language possible, making the book perfect for teacher-candidates who were never taught the formal rules of grammar.
  • Extensive examples! Each skill section includes instructions for teaching students at three phases of learning: introduction, acquisition, and mastery. These sections end with a student writing example and an illustrated two-page student reading example, and include ideas for using the examples with students in each learning phase.
  • Proven techniques! The book supplies a wide range of effective techniques that are based on the author's thirty-five years of professional experience in teaching grammar and punctuation to students of all ages in grade school, adult education, and university settings.
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