Domain: longleaf.net

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Modes of Writing
In most writing, these modes are mixed in natural combinations; for example, narration frequently includes description. The following paragraphs have been ...
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Modes of Writing
Seven Types of Paragraph Development. Annotated examples of narration, ... but I hope it is more memorable than a series of unrelated illustrations. ...
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Modes of Writing
Seven Types of Paragraph Development. Annotated examples of narration, exposition, definition, classification, description, process analysis, and persuasion ...
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Modes of Writing
Seven Types of Paragraph Development. Annotated examples of narration, exposition, definition, classification, description, process analysis, and persuasion ...
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Teaching Learners to be Self-Directed
Mar 20, 1996 ... Figure 1:The Staged Self-Directed Learning Model · Figure 2: Match and Mismatch between Learner Stages and Teacher Styles ...
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Gerald Grow's Home Page
Teaching Magazine Writing with a Criteria Checklist -- reprint of a Journalism Educator article on spelling out the criteria for an effective article. ...
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Gerald Grow's Website
Many aspects of the teaching of writing lend themselves to the Do It Wrong approach. You could use it in teaching paragraph development, consistency, ...
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Teaching Style Survey
The following is a Grasha-Riechmann teaching style survey. ... My teaching goals and methods address a variety of student learning styles. Response: ...
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Grow--Cartoons on Teaching
These cartoons illustrate four styles of teaching described in my article "Teaching Learners to be Self-Directed." The idea of identifying teachers by verbs ...
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Teaching Style Survey
My teaching goals and methods address a variety of student learning styles. Response: 5. Students typically work on course projects alone with little ...
 
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