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Four by Four: Practical Methods for Writing Persuasively
     

Four by Four: Practical Methods for Writing Persuasively

by Joyce Armstrong Carroll Ed.D, H.L.D.
 

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Geared toward English and social studies teachers as well as school librarians, this book provides a clear and concise way to approach the teaching of persuasive writing—and to develop the skills students need to excel on high stakes tests as well.

• Card graphics that make following the model easy to follow

• Appendices providing

Overview

Geared toward English and social studies teachers as well as school librarians, this book provides a clear and concise way to approach the teaching of persuasive writing—and to develop the skills students need to excel on high stakes tests as well.

• Card graphics that make following the model easy to follow

• Appendices providing mnemonics, registers of language, sample persuasive theses, and the major fallacies students use in their writing

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"The writing is very clear and ably supported by numerous models and lesson plans. Those who do not teach but are interested in persuasive writing can apply the concepts to themselves, so while aimed at teachers, others can gain considerable clarity about and learn new methods for applying persuasive writing. . . . This work is recommended for English teachers of English where persuasive writing is on the curriculum." - Australian Library Journal

"Although very brief, this guide offers an interesting overview and creative suggestions for the teaching and learning of persuasive writing." - ARBA

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781598849516
Publisher:
ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
Publication date:
02/23/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
76
File size:
1 MB

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Meet the Author

Joyce Armstrong Carroll, EdD, HLD, is codirector of Abydos Learning International, formerly the New Jersey Writing Project in Texas (NJWPT), with Edward E. Wilson.

Edward E. Wilson is codirector of Abydos Learning International, formerly the New Jersey Writing Project in Texas (NJWPT), with Joyce Armstrong Carroll.

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