Power Writing: Writing with Purpose, Volume 4
Pearson Education Canada, 2000 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 132 pages
Power Writing developed for Pre-GED level learners, teaches basic writing in the context of real-life and employability skills. Power Writing directs students to write about meaningful topics at a gradual level of difficulty. Key elements of effective writing like idea generation, pre-writing, drafting, editing, and re-writing increase writing competence. End-of-chapter activities reinforce skills and foreshadow writing techniques. Designed to help prepare students for the essay section of the GED Writing Skills test, this series focuses on specific strategies to overcome writing anxiety and helps students master the writing process.Writing with a Purpose builds paragraph writing to the three-paragraph essay, including instruction on audience, purpose, and organization.
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