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Grammar-Writing Connections

Mastering Structure for Improved Writing

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        StatementUniversity of Michigan Press
        PublishersUniversity of Michigan Press
        LC Classifications2008
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        Paginationxvi, 132 p. :
        Number of Pages84
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        ISBN 10nodata

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In the final section, contributors evaluate what we have learned with a view to what we need to learn or teach the next generation of writing teachers about the role Grammar-Writing Connections grammar. Our job is to show students both where they succeed and struggle. Note to 4th — 8th Grade Teachers: Middle elementary teachers, dig deeper into your reservoir of patience.


This textbook is sold individually and with the CD-ROM ESL Baseball and Other Games. When a student understands the eight parts of speech and how they work together to build sentences, they are more capable Grammar-Writing Connections writing a good sentence.

This book provides a balanced treatment of both theory and practice. What successes are you seeing in the classroom? It's perfect for classroom use or self-guided writing preparation. Showing grammatical concepts both strong and weak in student writing is an important part of any ELA course. Have students varied sentence structure?