Writer's Choice Grammar and Composition

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Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, Jun 23, 1995 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 840 pages
The best grammar and composition program for high school students is Glencoe’s Writer’s Choice. Flexible composition segments can be used in any order to suit your classroom needs. The program is organized with integrated content, real-world applications, extensive opportunities for practice, and unsurpassed resources.

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Contents

Skills and Applications 1 1 Writing to Discover
10
Berthe Morisot The Cherry Tree
17
Robert Fulghum It Was on Fire When I
18
Copyright

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About the author (1995)

William Strong directs the Utah Writing Project at Utah State University, where he teaches courses in writing, English education, and content-area literacy. Besides authoring many articles and teaching resources on sentence combining and writing, he is the consulting author in composition for Writer's Choice (Glencoe/McGraw-Hill, 2001) and series consultant for English Matters! (Grolier, 2000).

Mark Lester (Cheney, WA) is an experienced grammarian, ESL expert, and professor emeritus of Eastern Washington University. He was the founding chair of the ESL department at the University of Hawaii, which is now considered one of the best ESL programs in the United States. He is the author of more than a dozen books, including "Grammar and Usage in the Classroom", one of the most widely used college grammar textbooks in the country.

Larry Beason (Mobile, AL) is an award-winning professor and director of the English composition program at the University of South Alabama. He has written numerous academic articles and given presentations on rhetoric, grammar, business communication, teaching, and the English language. Beaton is also the author of several grammar books.

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