At a Glance: Sentences

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Cengage Learning, Jan 1, 2011 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 240 pages
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Using exercises, examples, and writing applications, the Fifth Edition of AT A GLANCE: SENTENCES focuses on sentence writing, with detailed attention to matters such as grammar, rhetoric, sentence variety, sentence combining, diction, capitalization, punctuation, and spelling in Chapters 1-11; provides a reproducible Writing Process Worksheet (at the end of the Student Overview and on the Student and Instructor Companion Sites) designed to provide guidance for students and save time and effort for instructors; provides concise instruction with student examples on the process of writing paragraphs and essays in Chapter 12; and provides further instruction with more than a hundred prompts and topics for writing specific and combined patterns of paragraphs and essays in Chapter 13.
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Lee Brandon is the author of twelve college English textbooks with Cengage Learning, including the best-selling series, Sentences, Paragraphs, and Beyond with Integrated Readings, and Paragraphs and Essays with Integrated Readings and the highly successful At a Glance series. He has served as chair of the English Department at Mt. San Antonio College, where he taught for more than thirty years and occasionally still teaches. Few authors are as active in the promotion of their books as Lee Brandon, who regularly visits schools across the country and presents at professional conferences. Lee also has to his credit poems and short stories in magazines; songs recorded and in sheet music; a best-selling musical play for elementary school students (in print with Lorenz Music); a play produced by a college drama department; a published Ford Foundation grant project; a chapbook of ballads about his youth, Oklahoma, My Sweet Sorrow; a chapbook of ballads about his experience teaching for ten years in a high-security California women's prison, Butterflies on Barbwire; and newspaper articles about travel, adventures, and whimsical experiences.

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