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In Our Own Words Student Book

Author : Rebecca Mlynarczyk
ISBN : 0521540283
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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In Our Own Words takes the unique approach of using student writing as a resource for writing instruction and idea development. The defining characteristic of this unique high-intermediate to advanced writing text is the use of non-native student writing to teach writing. This feature makes the text easily accessible to and popular with students. The third edition features 15 new readings by student writers, five new readings by professional writers, updated writing topics, Internet activities to support the writing process, and contextualized revising and editing activities.
Category: Foreign Language Study

In Our Own Words

Author : Senator Robert Torricelli
ISBN : 9780743410526
Genre : History
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Presents a collection of oratory including sermons, speeches, courtroom arguments, radio broadcasts, eulogies, and commencement addresses.
Category: History

Edmonton In Our Own Words

Author : Linda Goyette
ISBN : 0888644493
Genre : History
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Linda Goyette and Carolina Roemmich have tapped Edmonton's collective memoir, through the written record, the spoken stories and the vast silences. All of the people who ever lived at this bend in the North Saskatchewan took part in creating the city we know as Edmonton. Through traditional Indigenous stories about the earliest travellers along the bend in the river, diaries, archival records and letters of 19th century inhabitants and the recollections of living residents who talk about the emerging city, Edmonton's history is told using the words and stories of the people who have called this city home. Citizens with diverse viewpoints speak for themselves, describing important events in Edmonton's social, political and economic development. The official publication of the City of Edmonton's Centennial, Edmonton In Our Own Words includes many never seen before photographs from private collections, historic maps and a timeline of Edmonton's history. Imagine a conversation between Edmonton's past inhabitants and its living citizens. What would we tell the rest of the world about our place on the map? What stories would we tell with tears in our eyes, or laughter, or pride? In Edmonton In Our Own Words, experience the personal stories of eyewitnesses and descendants explaining, arguing, crying, scolding, laughing and interrupting one another in a city's evolving conversation with itself as Edmonton celebrates its past and future.
Category: History

In Our Own Words

Author : Mary E. Crawford
ISBN : 007065929X
Genre : Psychology
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This text is intended for courses on psychology of women, psychology of gender or women's studies courses, and can accompany any psychology of women text. It provides coverage of the diversity of female experience. Articles are first person accounts of female experience such as motherhood, sexuality, work, relationships, developmental issues and violence against women. It includes readings of feminist writers and scholars, such as Gloria Steinem, Susan Douglass, Bell Hooks, Anna Quindlen and Ursula Le Guin.
Category: Psychology

In Our Own Words

Author : Judith Newman
ISBN : 0969700105
Genre : Teachers' writings, American
File Size : 79.91 MB
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Category: Teachers' writings, American

In Our Own Words Teacher S Manual

Author : Rebecca Mlynarczyk
ISBN : 0521540291
Genre : Education
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In Our Own Words takes the unique approach of using student writing as a resource for writing instruction and idea development. The Teacher's Manual clearly articulates the guiding principles on which the Student's Book is based. The book also provides helpful teaching suggestions and tips. Answers for select activities in the Student's Book are given.
Category: Education

In Their Own Words

Author : Milton Meltzer
ISBN : LCCN:64022541
Genre : African Americans
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Category: African Americans


Author : Eugene Masterson
ISBN : 0345443810
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Introduces Nicky, Mark, Bryan, Kian, and Shane--the members of Westlife, an Irish boy band--describing in their own words how the group got their start, and reveals information on the singers' families and childhoods.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

In Our Own Words

Author : Jeffrey J. Shultz
ISBN : 0847695662
Genre : Education
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If educational reform is to succeed, it must attend to the perspectives of students those most directly affected by schooling but least often consulted about its efficacy. This is the premise of the first book both to feature student perspectives on school and to foreground student voices; middle and high school students are the primary authors of the eight chapters collected in this volume aptly titled In Our Own Words. Reflecting differences of gender, racial, and ethnic background, and school context, the student authors write passionately and eloquently about their experiences of and desires for school. Through their explorations of topics as diverse as bilingual education, class cutting, teacher bias, race relations in school, what girls need from their education, and innovative curricular models, these student authors not only counter stereotypes of apathetic teenagers but also clearly identify what hinders and what supports their learning. For both the insights offered and the freshness of the students' voices, this collection is a must read for anyone who has a stake in making school a place where students can and want to learn."
Category: Education

Changing Our Own Words

Author : Cheryl A. Wall
ISBN : 0415054613
Genre : African American women
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Writing by and about black women - an activity once regarded as marginal - has become essential to any consideration of the role of literature in society. Black women's writing raises issues of race, class, and gender, and questions the formation of the literary canon, the creation and maintenance of tradition, and the role of the media in controlling perceptions of what matters.
Category: African American women