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Grammar. De Montfort This section enables you to focus on grammar awareness. By using the term 'grammar' we mean the placing of words in a certain order, with the correct endings, and linked together in a way that makes grammatical sense. Remember, the Centre for Learning and Study Support (CLaSS) can also help you to develop your academic writing. We offer: You can contact us in the following ways: In person: Student Support Office, ground floor, Kimberlin Library ECPE Proficiency & C2 Essay Writing Advice - academic exam essays advanced Focus on the University of Michigan ECPE exam In countries like Greece the Michigan ECPE has now become the most popular EFL/ESL test of proficiency in English. The Fullspate EFL materials for students and teachers interested in the ECPE include: Fullpate Pre-Proficiency Primer Our massive collection (213 pages!) of engaging advanced-level EFL materials is still available.

Journal Topics for Teens: Helping Middle School Students Improve Writing Skills with Journals Many times, middle school students have a set routine where they learn grammar and vocabulary, read a chapter of a book, or write papers summarizing what they have learned. Is it any wonder that so many of them dread English classes? Why not give them something that will help them put those grammar and vocabulary lessons to good use, teach them to think for themselves and give them a great habit that may just last a lifetime? Journaling can be downright addictive, even for middle schoolers, if it is done right. Creating a Successful Journaling Unit The first thing to consider before you give your students a journal writing assignment is what they will be writing their assignments in.

Paragraphs & Essays Practice various strategies for developing well-organized paragraphs and essays that keep readers interested and informed. Develop Effective Paragraphs How to find a topic, discover supporting details, and arrange sentences clearly and logically. Develop Effective Essays How to organize paragraphs into various kinds of essays: those that explain, compare, analyze, classify, and argue. HyperGrammar Welcome to HyperGrammar electronic grammar course at the University of Ottawa's Writing Centre. This course covers approximately the same ground as our English department's ENG 1320 Grammar course. The content of HyperGrammar is the result of the collaborative work of the four instructors who were teaching the course in Fall 1993: Heather MacFadyen, David Megginson, Frances Peck, and Dorothy Turner. David Megginson was then responsible for editing the grammar and exercises and for converting them to SGML.

Exam Resource: ECPE Essay Topics There are no translations available. Garagani-Robertson Language Schools E.C.P.E. Michigan Proficiency Notes On Writing Topics Middle School Writing Prompts Middle school plays a very important part in the academic growth of a child. Thus, it is important that writing habits develop in the initial stages. With the help of writing prompts, the student is able to put his thoughts on paper. Many creative writers and teachers make use of this technique for improving writing skills. Teaching ESL with Music Take advantage of the power of music and use it in your ESL classes. We've created this page to provide resources, lessons, and ideas on teaching with music. There are printable materials for classroom use, lessons, lyrics, and ideas. We also have two discussion forums and links to other web sites about music.

Blog Archive Defining relative clauses » ENGAMES Defining relative clauses are quite easy to understand and use. The name of the grammar sounds horrible but in fact you just need to know when you should use the words “which”, “that”, “who” and “whose”. I like teaching this piece of grammar as the students quickly get the idea and they are able to use it immediately. In this post on defining relative clauses you can find a mind map and three games to practise the grammar point. Defining relative clauses – mind map

Exercises at Grammar Bytes! Terms of Use You may not alter, sell, or post these materials on a different server. Photocopying for students or linking to materials here does not require my permission. Comma Splices & Fused Sentences Exercise 1 Exercise 2 Exercise 3 Exercise 4 Exercise 5 Even More Practice! Four more exercises for this skill exist in the Grammar Bytes!

MEETING DEADLINES THIS IS EASY! As a writer, you may enjoy writing process but you should also learn to meet the deadlines…. This guide has been developed especially for those essay writers whose creative spirit hinders them from delivering on-time essays as expected by customers. As results of psychological tests demonstrate, a lot of writers have so-called “writer’s block”. You can overcome it! Easily! Overcoming Writer's Block "All Right" Versus "Alright" Today’s topic concerns three sets of words that are easy to confuse: “all together” (two words) and “altogether” (one word), “all ready” (two words) and “already” (one word), and “all right” (two words) and “alright” (one word). As we’ll see shortly, one of these six words isn't even a real word. “All Together” and “Altogether” Let’s tackle the easy stuff first: words that really are words.

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