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1st publ.
Oxford : Oxford University, 1991
167 s.

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ISBN 0-19-437098-4 (brož.)
Resource books for teachers
Bibliografie: s. 165-166.
Angličtina - psaní - příručky
000121229
The author and senes editor 1 // Foreword 3 // Introduction 5 // How to use this book 15 // 1 Composing // Activity // 1.1 Gathering information // 1.2 Pyramid planning // 1.3 Making mind maps // 1.4 Using a diagram of ideas // 1.5 Selecting and focusing information // 1.6 Brainstorming // 1.7 Organizing points // 1.8 Imagining dialogues // 1.9 Combining information // 1.10 Using questionnaires // 1.11 Working from opening sentences // 1.12 Freewriting // 1.13 Creative writing // 1.14 Writing poetry // 1.15 Reporting real events // 1.16 Interviewing people // 1.17 Conducting a survey // 1.18 Observing and note-making // 2 Communicating // 2.1 Exchanging letters with your students // 2.2 Sharing journals with students // 2.3 Getting to know your group // 2.4 Making a class magazine // 2.5 Carrying out mini-projects // 2.6 Giving directions // 2.7 Jigsaw story writing // 2.8 Asking and giving advice // 2.9 Writing letters of invitation // 2.10 Matching descriptions to pictures // 2.11 Describing and drawing // 2.12 Writing a newscast // 2.13 Writing a play // 2.14 Writing to real people // 3 Crafting // 3.1 Organizing a non-chronological description // 3.2 Using connectors of addilion // 3.3 Using cohesive devices // 3.4 Analysing the reference system of a text // 3.5 Organizing general and supporting statements // 3.6 T ransferring information to a diagram // 3.7 Unscrambling a text // 3.8 Writing a newspaper article // 3.9 Sequencing ideas in a story // 3.10 Combining narrative and direct speech // 3.11 Time sequencing in a narrative // 3.12 Selecting and categorizing content // 3.13 Writing simple instructions // 3.14 Explaining purposes in instructional informadon // 3.15 Explaining reasons in cause and effect arguments // 3.16 Using logical connectors for describing effects // 3.17 Organizing points for a contrast and comparison essay // 3.18 Reformulating a paragraph // 3.19 Organizing topics and points in an argument // 3.20 Writing a book review //
3.21 Using connectors of concession // 4 Improving // 4.1 Designing a grading scheme // 4.2 Conferencing // 4.3 Raising awareness about writing // 4.4 Correcting your own work // 4.5 Writing in a group // 4.6 Pair-work editing // 4.7 Reformulating // 4.8 Negotiating a reformulated script // 5 Evaluating 161 // Bibliography 165 // Further reading 166

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