The Writing BookLetterbook
Writing book: - ARATE
This is a teacher-friendly guideline for instructing emerging, early and fluid level literacy. The book contains hands-on information to help elementary and secondary education instructors design and implement an efficient typing program. Contains easy-to-write listings to help encourage pupils, as well as thumbnails, schedules and examples.
In addition, a CD-ROM with ready-to-use PowerPoint sessions and photocopying curriculum pages is included. It is exactly what it says in the cover and it keeps its promises. It' a textbook full of hands-on advices, strategy, diagrammatic illustrations, samples of mini-lessons, a CD-ROM with help for authors, the creation of plans (and samples of results of such planning), PowerPoint take-away sessions and many and many of the most useful and practicable suggestions you could wish for in such a manual.
One of the strengths of this volume is its underlying assumption that it is a complicated undertaking that cannot be done without a thorough knowledge of what is at stake. It' is an outstanding example of how Donald Graves' initial approach to processwriting can be used for optimum production results in the development not only of literacy but also of trust as a writer.
It is a textbook that every letter master should really have.
Writing Experiment - Hazel Smith - 9781741140156 - Allen & Unwin
Hazel Smith, an expert writer, will demystify the craft of typing and use tutorials and practical training to show how to learn it all. By demystifying the creativeness of typing, the experiment shows that success does not come from talents or ingenuity. He divides typing into successive steps, reveals often subconscious or unrecognized steps, and shows how they can become part of a systemic typing approach.
Encouraging authors to explore and experiment with their work. Combining hands-on approaches to typing with the great literature and culture of the 20th centuries, it also includes post-modernism. Designed for both novice and seasoned authors, The Originals Experiment spans many different styles, ranging from literature and poetics to composition for performances and new music.
Every section is accompanied by detailed samples of the students' work and the paper that has been written, and engaging tutorials provide authors at all skill settings. Mr Hazel Smith est Senior Research Fellow an der School of Creative Communication, University of Canberra, Co-Leiter der Sonic Communications Research Group et stellvertretender Direktor des University of Canberra Centre for Wasting.
Co-founder of the University of New South Wales Programme for Creativity in the World. Writer of Hyperscapes in the poems of Frank O'Hara and co-author of improvisation, hyper-media and art since 1945. Two volumes of poems, two CD's with performances and a number of multi-media and hyper-media works have been released.