From Reading to Writing 3

Series
Pearson
Author
Linda Robinson Fellag  
Publisher
Pearson
Cover
Softcover
Edition
1
Language
English
Total pages
224
Pub.-date
January 2010
ISBN13
9780132474054
ISBN
0132474050


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9780132474054
From Reading to Writing 3
37.20 approx. 7-9 days

Description

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Students explore topics, such as using YouTube, the success of Starbucks®, and the newest generation at work, in high-interest reading and writing assignments. In addition, corpus-based vocabulary helps students understand what they read and gives them the words they need for their own writing.


Highlights

  • Contextualized writing models and carefully crafted exercises direct students through the
    writing process.
  • Step-by-step process-writing assignments with peer feedback, editing, and revising help students
    master common academic genres and rhetorical forms.
  • Bridge activities help students make the connection between reading, writing, and vocabulary.
  • MyEnglishLab: Writing (available separately), an online writing component for students to develop their grammar and academic writing skills. 

Table of Contents

Unit One  Health

 

Chapter 1  Divided Sleep

Chapter 2 Long Life

 

 

Unit Two  Clothing

 

Chapter 3  The Necktie

Chapter 4 A Young Man and His Kilt

 

 

Unit Three  Great Minds

 

Chapter 5  The Right-Brain, Left-Brain Controversy

Chapter 6 Artists as Scientists and Entrepreneurs

 

 

Unit Four  Leisure

 

Chapter 7  The Art of Paintball

Chapter 8 Camping in Oz

 

 

Unit Five  Relationships

 

Chapter 9    Six Degrees of Separation

Chapter 10 Table for Two

 

 

Unit Six  Money Matter

 

Chapter 11  Generation Broke

Chapter 12 The IKEA Success Story

 

 

Unit Seven  Generations

 

Chapter 13  The Newest Generation at Work

Chapter 14 Staying Home with Momma

 

 

Unit Eight  Literature

 

Chapter 15  Bliss (Part 1)

Chapter 16 Bliss (Part 2)

 

 

Avoiding Plagiarism

Grammar Reference

Correction Symbols

Vocabulary Review

Target Vocabulary

 

Back Cover

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Students explore topics, such as using YouTube, the success of Starbucks®, and the newest generation at work, in high-interest reading and writing assignments. In addition, corpus-based vocabulary helps students understand what they read and gives them the words they need for their own writing.


Highlights

  • Contextualized writing models and carefully crafted exercises direct students through the
    writing process.
  • Step-by-step process-writing assignments with peer feedback, editing, and revising help students
    master common academic genres and rhetorical forms.
  • Bridge activities help students make the connection between reading, writing, and vocabulary.
  • MyEnglishLab: Writing (available separately), an online writing component for students to develop their grammar and academic writing skills.