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Speaking and Writing English Effectively Training Course. Course Description "Speaking and Writing English Effectively" is designed for proficient English speakers who would like to improve their speaking and writing skills.

Speaking and Writing English Effectively Training Course

The course compares a variety of writing styles including imaginative writing, journalism, English in the media and textual analysis. Read More It also offers a comprehensive guide to using language effectively and is ideal for English students as well as those who want to improve their written English for work or pleasure. Read Less Certification To qualify for your official ALISON Diploma, Certificate or PDF you must study and complete all modules and score 80% or more in each of the course assessments. Learning Outcomes This course will teach you techniques that are of help in analysing the English language. You will understand how journalists report the news and how to plan your essay in an easy step-by-step process. Manage a Group of Learners. English Writing Skills Training Course. Spring into Writing. It’s spring fever….

Spring into Writing

You don’t quite know what it is you DO want, but it just fairly makes your heart ache, you want it so! –Mark Twain Spring has sprung…along with a serious bout of spring fever! Warmer weather, refreshing spring showers, tender shoots of grass, and unfurling buds issue a siren’s call to your children, who want to ditch school in the worst way and just plain frolic. How can you help them stay on task while allowing them to revel in the joy of an April morning? Spring Journaling Prompts. Welcome to the North Carolina Civic Education - Database of Civic Resources.

We’re so delighted to complete a successful summer schedule, with 4 Flyleaf lectures, 3 Adventures in Ideas seminars, 2 extended-stay programs on campus, 2 teacher trainings, and an event with North Carolina 4-H.

Welcome to the North Carolina Civic Education - Database of Civic Resources

On June 13-16, 35 alumni from across the United States gathered in Chapel Hill for our second annual Alumni Summer College, co-sponsored, organized, and staffed by the Program in the Humanities, the General Alumni Association, and the Center for the Study of the American South. This year’s theme was Old and New: Studying the South in the 21st Century, From a warm Southern welcome and fascinating look at the blues with Bill Ferris, to tours of campus, a farewell BBQ at the Love House—and dozens of lectures, discussions, and exhibits in between–attendees came to appreciate the American South as a place of lasting traditions and constant evolution. We hope you can join us June 12-15, 2014 for next year’s event. To see what you missed, you can see a short video here. The Warren A. Homepage. National Council of Teachers of English - Homepage.

A Writer's Love » More Christian prompts. 1) An angel appears before Lucy.

A Writer's Love » More Christian prompts

God needs her to do something very important, but dangerous and she could die. Men will hate her and her family will turn from her. What does he say to her? Does she do it? What happens to her? 2) Your character in your WIP buys a pet. 3) Are you for the president of the US? 4) Remember something funny that happened when you were a child. 5) I got this idea from Max Lacado. 6) A healing wave breaks out in your church. 7) Lucy is kidnapped by a serial killer and she has to trust God to deliver her. 8) You’re Eve or Adam and this is your first day of living. 9) Describe the day Adam and Eve were kicked out of the garden. 10) Take the POV from Noah’s neighbors as he was building the arc. 11) Write a short story about a day in Joseph’s day when he was in prison. 12) What did Joseph and his brothers discuss when they found out Joseph was the governor?

13) How did David and Jonathon become such close friends? 14) Did Delilah really love Samson?