Writing from Within Intro Student's Book

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Cambridge University Press, Nov 29, 2004 - Education - 128 pages
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Writing From Within Intro is the first level of a two-level writing text that draws on students world knowledge, beliefs, culture, and perceptions to teach organization as well as other aspects of the writing process. Every unit in the Student s Book contains brainstorming activities, analysis of models, activities focusing on organization, and pre-writing, writing, and post-writing activities. This book is designed to be suitable for large as well as small classes. It has 12 units with self-contained one- or two-page lessons, as well as self-contained activities that do not require completion of all previous ones an advantage in a class where students attend irregularly. There are activities to elicit both oral and written feedback from peers, and optional real-world expansion activities, giving learners the opportunity to communicate with English speakers outside of class.
 

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