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Elements of Language (First Course) Ц Student Textbook (2001)

 
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While reading and writing have been topics of instruction for centuries, what and how students read and write have changed dramatically. Students of the 21st century must respond to messages from television, radio, movies and the Internet as well as traditional print resources. That's why Elements of Language was created.
Reading age for native speakers: Middle School students (7th grade)

NB: If a couple of pages (Content, Index, etc) are missing, it's because the publishing company has not included them in the pdf version of the textbook.

CONTENT

The Reading and Writing Processes
Introduction

Chapter 1: Witnessing an Event
Chapter 2: Explaining a Process
Chapter 3: Looking at Both Sides
Chapter 4: Previewing a Novel
Chapter 5: Finding and Reporting Information
Chapter 6: Convincing Others
Chapter 7: Advertising
Chapter 8: Writing Effective Sentences
Chapter 9: Learning About Paragraphs
Chapter 10: The Sentence
Chapter 11: Parts of Speech Overview
Chapter 12: Parts of Speech Overview
Chapter 13: Complements
Chapter 14: The Phrase
Chapter 15: The Clause
Chapter 16: Kinds of Sentence Structure
Chapter 17: Agreement
Chapter 18: Using Verbs Correctly
Chapter 19: Using Pronouns Correctly
Chapter 20: Using Modifiers Correctly
Chapter 21: A Glossary of Usage
Chapter 22: Capital Letters
Chapter 23: Punctuation
Chapter 24: Punctuation
Chapter 25: Spelling
Chapter 26: Correcting Common Errors

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