THE NO NONSENSE GUIDE TO TEACHING WRITING

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The No Nonsense Guide To Teaching Writing

Author : Judy A. Davis
ISBN : UCSC:32106017198232
Genre : Education
File Size : 31.3 MB
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Filled with specific details and examples, this book describes the organization of a successful yearlong writing workshop for grades 3 to 8.
Category: Education

Reader Friendly Reports A No Nonsense Guide To Effective Writing For Mbas Consultants And Other Professionals

Author : Carter Daniel
ISBN : 9780071782869
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 90.1 MB
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The book that has taught thousands of students how to write winning business reports For more than 30 years, Carter A. Daniel has been teaching MBA students at Rutgers University the art of effective business communication with the aid of his eminently practical guide Reader-Friendly Reports. Now available to the public for the first time, this beloved resource gives you everything you need to translate your hard-won figures, conclusions, and insights into concise and powerful reports. No definition of communication, no history, no theory, no diagrams Reader-Friendly Reports simply shows you how to: Target your audience Determine your purpose Develop your points Organize your ideas Make smooth transitions Conduct research Illustrate with clear graphs and charts Reader-Friendly Reports (the “Daniel Manual”) is the A to Z guide to ensuring you meet your first priority: making sure people can understand and remember your report from beginning to end.
Category: Business & Economics

Teach

Author : Leo A. Meyer
ISBN : 0880690143
Genre : Education
File Size : 46.46 MB
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TEACH!-- PLAIN TALK ABOUT TEACHING. This no-nonsense guide for teaching practical skills is an essential tool for those who have never taught before. Increase your teaching confidence by reading & using the principles outlined in this fundamental how-to-teach book. Included are chapters on how students learn, the logical steps of instruction, basic teaching techniques, classroom management, getting students involved, using visual aids, & writing lesson plans, tests & quizzes. Author Leo A. Meyer has over 22 years in writing & teaching technical & vocational training programs. Especially geared for those who will be instructing these types of classes, the tips & techniques apply to any kind of teaching. The information will be useful to both new & experienced teachers, & is an excellent resource for human resource instructors, apprentice trainers & any others involved in business, technical or vocational training. To order: check or money order to Leo A. Meyer Assoc., 23850 Clawiter Road, Hayward, CA 94545. $18.95 /California residents add appropriate sales tax.
Category: Education

Ap Lang For Students And Their Teachers

Author : Eduardo Barreto
ISBN : 1981007563
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File Size : 27.5 MB
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This book condenses thorough research, and my own classroom practice, into a guide that provides practical and ready-to-use information, which is organized systematically and comprehensively, and is accompanied by a variety of student essay samples, as well as scored student essays - all to show, simply, how one teacher teaches his AP English Language and Composition class. Although this guide is especially tailored for students of the course who want extra help in becoming the best writers they can be, this concise, instructional manual, can be used by either the instructor of the class or by those who have the time and interest in instructing themselves. The sections of this text are designed for students, who want condensed information, that can help clarify their classwork or pacify their concerns about the material covered in the course. The information herein can be used by instructors, for all classroom purposes, such as handouts, worksheets, and curriculum advice and is especially ideal for instructors who want ideas on how to re-structure their class or want to freshen up their material and pedagogy for the upcoming year, or for those teaching this course for the first time, who may want some guidance. To both, the teacher and the student, this guide will save you time and effort. To the teacher: As it often happens to teachers, we find something interesting we'd like to try, and in the process, discover that in order to implement it successfully, we must tweak it, change it, and frankly, turn it into a completely different activity in order to meet the needs of our students. But as it (also) often happens, teachers wear too many hats, and the one of "curious researcher who wants to continue learning and bring that knowledge into the classroom" is the hat we get to wear the least, because of classroom and teaching demands. I get it. To the student: The strains of the classroom make it difficult, for teachers as well as students, to invest in private reading of auxiliary texts. Most students who take this course are taking equally challenging courses (sometimes 3 or more), and the pressure of these courses' classwork and homework combined make it difficult for them to be fully invested in each one. It's been my experience that, while my students want to learn more about my course (outside of my class), wading through 500 (albeit useful) pages of information, exams, graphs and pictures of happy students, uncharacteristically smiling while studying is just too much for the average student. I get it. To both, the teacher and the student, this guide will save you time and effort.
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The No Nonsense Guide To Earthquake Safety

Author : Jeffery Sims
ISBN : 9781312274105
Genre : Reference
File Size : 27.44 MB
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This book could save your life! The No-Nonsense Guide To Earthquake Safety is the fifth in a series of crisis manuals focusing on natural (and man-made) disasters. This guide is designed to provide a comprehensive source for the latest research related to earthquake safety. Subjects covered include: providing a basic survey-level understanding of earthquakes; addressing long-held earthquake myths; how to be proactive in preparing for an earthquake; providing sound advice by government and professionals in the geological sciences on the best courses of action during an earthquake; the best shelter/courses of action during an earthquake; and how to remain safe after an earthquake has occurred. This manual also contains several useful appendixes that include a listing of government and charitable resources (for those affected by earthquakes), and the latest research regarding animal behavior & earthquakes, as well as endeavors to create manners of earthquake detection
Category: Reference

The No Nonsense Guide To Blizzard Safety

Author : Jeffery Sims
ISBN : 9781304709394
Genre : Reference
File Size : 51.39 MB
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This book could save your life! The No-Nonsense Guide To Blizzard Safety is the third in a series of crisis manuals focusing on natural (and man-made) disasters. This guide is designed to provide a comprehensive source for the latest research related to blizzard safety. Subjects covered include: providing a basic survey-level understanding of blizzards; how to be proactive in preparing for a blizzard; providing suggestions by government and weather professionals/researchers on the best courses of action before, during, & after a blizzard; what to do if trapped in a blizzard; what life-or-death issues remain after a blizzard has passed. This manual also contains several useful appendixes that include a suggestions about driving in treacherous winter weather and skidding protocols, a list of useful weather-warning smartphone and computer apps, and a detailed description of the various stages of frostbite.
Category: Reference

The No Nonsense Guide To Tornado Safety

Author : Jeffery Sims
ISBN : 9781304648648
Genre : Reference
File Size : 78.40 MB
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This book could save your life! The No-Nonsense Guide To Tornado Safety is the first in a series of crisis manuals focusing on natural (and man-made) disasters. This guide is designed to provide a comprehensive source for the latest research related to tornado safety. Subjects covered include: providing a basic survey-level understanding of tornadoes; addressing long-held tornado myths; how to be proactive in preparing for a tornado event; providing sound advice by government and weather professionals/researchers on the best courses of action during a tornado; the best shelter during a tornado; and how to remain safe after a tornado event has occurred. This manual also contains several useful appendixes that include a listing of government and charitable resources (for those affected by tornado disasters), a list of useful weather-warning smartphone and computer apps, and a list of local and privately-operated designated tornado shelters across the country for those without access to their own shelters.
Category: Reference

The No Nonsense Guide To Flood Safety

Author : Jeffery Sims
ISBN : 9781304709455
Genre : Reference
File Size : 37.42 MB
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This book could save your life! The No-Nonsense Guide To Flood Safety is the second in a series of crisis manuals focusing on natural (and man-made) disasters. This guide is designed to provide a comprehensive source for the latest research related to flood safety. Subjects covered include: providing a basic survey-level understanding of floods; flood rating systems explanations, how to be proactive in preparing for flood emergencies; providing suggestions by government and weather professionals/researchers on the best courses of action before, during, & after a flood; and appendixes that include regional contacts for federal assistance as well as instructions for sandbagging. This guide, along with others in the series, is designed to be a 1-stop source for contingency planning for disaster-related emergencies.
Category: Reference

Writing To Persuade

Author : Karen Caine
ISBN : 0325017344
Genre : Education
File Size : 58.1 MB
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"And with Writing to Persuade you'll introduce students to real-world genres such as letters, editorials, and advertisements. Caine even gives teachers advice and specific lessons on persuasive writing for standardized tests. Better yet, she saves you hours of prep time by including examples of high-quality persuasive writing from students as well as real-life examples culled from national sources that are ready to hand out during your lessons."--BOOK JACKET.
Category: Education

Social Media Magisterium

Author : Shaun McAfee
ISBN : 0999881493
Genre :
File Size : 67.87 MB
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The positive influence of the media, new and old, is seen through the expansion of Catholic networks that span over 150 countries, and more, allowing the gospel and Christian values to be spread across the globe instantaneously. The positive reach available through the media is certain, but it may also be used to the detriment of many. Online bullying, fake news, and anti-christian movements are common, too. Social Media Magisterium aims to provide insight and wisdom from the Church's teaching to equip every Catholic to evangelize, defend the Church, and spread the Gospel. Whether you're a seasoned blogger or you just downloaded your first app, McAfee's writing will provide you with the essentials to use the media the way the Church, in her wisdom, directs us.
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