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Results for Composition (Language arts)
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Descript.
1 streaming video file (15 min.) : sd., col., digital file.
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Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on May 11, 2006.
Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware.
Contents
Using the Holocaust to Teach Tolerance (3:20) -- Using History to Teach the Present (2:07) -- Erin Gruwell's Teaching Techniques (2:59) -- Giving Students a Second Chance (4:50)
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Summary
When a racial incident occurred in her classroom, 23-year-old English teacher Erin Gruwell spun it into an ongoing dialogue that ultimately changed the lives of 150 inner-city students. In this program, ABC News correspondent Connie Chung documents the story of the group that came to be known as the Freedom Writers and their exemplary teacher. Challenging them to confront hatred through writing, Ms. Gruwell led her students to publish a nationally acclaimed book about their own experiences of violence and despair. "To feel hopeless at 16 is such a tragedy. And so many kids do," she says.
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Mode of access: Internet.
System requirements: FOD playback platform.
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Closed-captioned.
Title from distributor's description.
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ABC News Productions.
Films for the Humanities (Firm)
Films Media Group.
Title
Fighting hatred with language arts
Call #
GN J FIC PIL
Edition
First Edition.
Descript.
173 pages : chiefly illustrations ; 21 cm
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A brand-new graphic novel series by Dav Pilkey, the internationally bestselling author and illustrator of the Dog Man and Captain Underpants series. Readers of all ages will unleash their own creativity as they open the door to visual comic-book storytelling with the help of Dav Pilkey and his heartfelt, humorous, and amazing cast, featuring Li'l Petey, Molly, and Flippy in Cat Kid Comic Club.
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ISBN/ISSN
9781338712773 (library binding)
9781338712766 (hardcover)
1338712764 (hardcover)
1338712772 (library binding)
Call #
808.042 L
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263 pages ; 21 cm
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"Originally published in the UK by Profile Books Ltd. in 2017. First published in North America by The Experiment, LLC, in 2018." - Title page verso.
Bibliog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Surviving the language wars -- The big picture -- Nuts and bolts -- Punctuation and symbols -- Sentence surgery : the writer as editor -- Bells and whistles : bringing things to life -- Perils and pitfalls -- Out into the world -- About the author.
Summary
Good writers follow the rules. Great writers know the rules -- and follow their instincts! Finding the right words, in the right order, matters -- whether you're a student embarking on an essay, a job applicant drafting your cover letter, an employee composing an email . . . even a (hopeful) lover writing a text. Do it wrong and you just might get an F, miss the interview, lose a client, or spoil your chance at a second date. Do it right, and the world is yours. In Write to the Point, accomplished author and literary critic Sam Leith kicks the age-old lists of dos and don'ts to the curb. Yes, he covers the nuts and bolts we need to be in complete command of the language: grammar, punctuation, parts of speech, and other subjects half-remembered from grade school. But more importantly, he charts a commonsense course between the "Armies of Correctness" and the "Descriptivist Irregulars." For Leith, knowing not just the rules but also how and when to ignore them -- developing an ear for what works best in context -- is everything. In this master class, Leith teaches us a skill of paramount importance in this smartphone age, when we all carry a keyboard in our pockets: to write clearly and persuasively for any purpose -- to write to the point. - Publisher.
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Title
Master class on the fundamentals of writing for any purpose
ISBN/ISSN
9781615194629 (paperback)
1615194622 (paperback)
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