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'What a lovely thing this is: a book that delights in the sheer textural joy of good sentences ... Any writer should read it' Bee Wilson 'Thoughtful, engaging, and lively ... when you've read it, you realise you've changed your attitude to writing (and reading)' John Simpson, formerly Chief Editor ...
First You Write a Sentence.: The Elements of Reading, Writing ... and Life.
'What a lovely thing this is: a book that delights in the sheer textural joy of good sentences ... Any writer should read it' Bee Wilson 'Thoughtful, engaging, and lively ... when you've read it, you realise you've changed your attitude to writing (and reading)' John Simpson, formerly Chief Editor of the OED and author of The Word Detective The sentence is the common ground where every writer walks. A poet writes in sentences, but so does the unsung author who came up with Items trapped in doors cause delays. A good sentence can be written (and read) by anyone if we simply give it the gift of our time, and it is as close as most of us will get to making something truly beautiful. Enter acclaimed author Professor Joe Moran. Using minimal technical terms, First You Write a Sentence is his unpedantic but authoritative explanation of how the most ordinary words can be turned into verbal constellations of extraordinary grace. Using sources ranging from the Bible and Shakespeare to George Orwell and Maggie Nelson, and scientific studies of what can best fire the reader's mind, he shows how we can all write in a way that is clear, compelling and alive. Whether dealing with finding the ideal word, building a sentence or constructing a paragraph, First You Write a Sentence informs by light example: much richer than a style guide, it can be read not just for instruction but for pleasure and delight. And along the way it shows how good writing can help us notice the world, make ourselves known to others and live more meaningful lives. It's an elegant gem in praise of the English sentence. 'Moran is a past master at producing fine, accessible non-fiction' Helen Davies, Sunday Times 'Joe Moran has a genius for turning the prosaic poetic' Peter Hennessy
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25.58 USD

First You Write a Sentence.: The Elements of Reading, Writing ... and Life.

by Joe Moran
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The seventh in our popular Words of Wisdom series, The Writer Says summons readers to an intimate gathering of novelists, essayists, grammarians, academics, and journalists-a glittering cocktail party, where the guests may be self identified introverts (like Patti Smith, who writes to set herself apart cocooned, rapt in solitude ) ...
The Writer Says
The seventh in our popular Words of Wisdom series, The Writer Says summons readers to an intimate gathering of novelists, essayists, grammarians, academics, and journalists-a glittering cocktail party, where the guests may be self identified introverts (like Patti Smith, who writes to set herself apart cocooned, rapt in solitude ) but share their sparkling insights in this volume. Among the celebrated international guest list: Henry James and Mark Twain, squaring off about modifiers (James: pro and Twain: con); Charles Bukowski and Beverly Cleary, at odds about revision; Zadie Smith and Chinua Achebe, discussing the moral responsibilities of a writer; and Jonathan Ames and Jackie Collins, united in their desire to give readers pleasure. The Writer Says reveals the formative experiences, processes, preferences, and work habits of our most beloved writers, and will inspire readers, writers, and closet scribblers alike to follow Rick Bass's dictum: Write every day. Don't ever stop.
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18.75 USD

The Writer Says

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All academics need to write, but many struggle to finish their dissertations, articles, books, or grant proposals. Writing is hard work and can be difficult to wedge into a frenetic academic schedule. How can we write it all while still having a life? In this second edition of his popular ...
How to Write a Lot: A Practical Guide to Productive Academic Writing
All academics need to write, but many struggle to finish their dissertations, articles, books, or grant proposals. Writing is hard work and can be difficult to wedge into a frenetic academic schedule. How can we write it all while still having a life? In this second edition of his popular guidebook, Paul Silvia offers fresh advice to help you overcome barriers to writing and use your time more productively. After addressing some common excuses and bad habits, he provides practical strategies to motivate students, professors, researchers, and other academics to become better and more prolific writers. Silvia draws from his own experience in psychology to explain how to write, submit, and revise academic work, from journal articles to books, all without sacrificing evenings, weekends, and vacations. The tips and strategies in this second edition have been updated to apply to academic writing in most disciplines. Also new to this edition is a chapter on writing grant and fellowship proposals.
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20.950000 USD

How to Write a Lot: A Practical Guide to Productive Academic Writing

by Paul J. Silvia
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President Donald Trump and His Political Discourse brings together a diverse collection of perspectives on President Trump's Twitter rhetoric. Truly unique in its in-depth exploration, the volume demonstrates the ways in which international and U.S. relations, media and fake news, and marginalized groups, among other things, have been the subject ...
President Donald Trump and His Political Discourse: Ramifications of Rhetoric via Twitter
President Donald Trump and His Political Discourse brings together a diverse collection of perspectives on President Trump's Twitter rhetoric. Truly unique in its in-depth exploration, the volume demonstrates the ways in which international and U.S. relations, media and fake news, and marginalized groups, among other things, have been the subject of President Trump's tweets. It also features qualitative-quantitative analyses, evaluating tweet patterns, broader language shifts, and the psychology of President Trump's Twitter voice. The purpose of this collection is not only to analyze the language used but also to consider the ramifications of the various messages on both individual and global levels, for which Trump is both celebrated and criticized. Interdisciplinary in approach, this collection is a useful resource for students in political rhetoric and communication, international relations, linguistics, journalism, leadership studies, and more.
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187.69 USD

President Donald Trump and His Political Discourse: Ramifications of Rhetoric via Twitter

by Michele Lockhart
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Resounding the Rhetorical offers an original critical and theoretical examination of composition as a quasi-object. As composition flourishes in multiple media (digital, sonic, visual, etc.) Byron Hawk seeks to connect new materialism with current composition scholarship and critical theory. Using sound and music as his examples, he demonstrates how a ...
Resounding the Rhetorical: Composition as a Quasi-Object
Resounding the Rhetorical offers an original critical and theoretical examination of composition as a quasi-object. As composition flourishes in multiple media (digital, sonic, visual, etc.) Byron Hawk seeks to connect new materialism with current composition scholarship and critical theory. Using sound and music as his examples, he demonstrates how a quasi-object can and does materialize for communicative and affective expression, and becomes a useful mechanism for the study and execution of composition as a discipline. Through careful readings of Serres, Latour, Deleuze, Heidegger, and others, Hawk reconstructs key concepts in the field including composition, process, research, collaboration, publics, and rhetoric. His work delivers a cutting-edge response to the state of the field, where it is headed, and the possibilities for post-process and post-writing composition and rhetoric.
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30.400000 USD

Resounding the Rhetorical: Composition as a Quasi-Object

by Byron Hawk
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For decades, journalists have called the winners of U.S. presidential elections--often in error--well before the closing of the polls. In Votes That Count and Voters Who Don't, Sharon E. Jarvis and Soo-Hye Han investigate what motivates journalists to call elections before the votes have been tallied and, more importantly, what ...
Votes That Count and Voters Who Don't: How Journalists Sideline Electoral Participation (Without Even Knowing It)
For decades, journalists have called the winners of U.S. presidential elections--often in error--well before the closing of the polls. In Votes That Count and Voters Who Don't, Sharon E. Jarvis and Soo-Hye Han investigate what motivates journalists to call elections before the votes have been tallied and, more importantly, what this and similar practices signal to the electorate about the value of voter participation. Jarvis and Han track how journalists have told the story of electoral participation during the last eighteen presidential elections, revealing how the portrayal of voters in the popular press has evolved over the last half century from that of mobilized partisan actors vital to electoral outcomes to that of pawns of political elites and captives of a flawed electoral system. The authors engage with experiments and focus groups to reveal the effects that these portrayals have on voters and share their findings in interviews with prominent journalists. Votes That Count and Voters Who Don't not only explores the failings of the media but also shows how the story of electoral participation might be told in ways that support both democratic and journalistic values. At a time when professional strategists are pressuring journalists to provide favorable coverage for their causes and candidates, this book invites academics, organizations, the press, and citizens alike to advocate for the voter's place in the news.
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83.950000 USD

Votes That Count and Voters Who Don't: How Journalists Sideline Electoral Participation (Without Even Knowing It)

by Soo-Hye Han, Sharon E. Jarvis
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For the ancient Greeks and Romans, eloquence was essential to public life and identity, perpetuating class status and power. The three-tiered study of rhetoric was thus designed to produce sons worthy of and equipped for public service. Rhetorical competency enabled the elite to occupy their proper place in society. The ...
Ancient Rhetoric and the New Testament: The Influence of Elementary Greek Composition
For the ancient Greeks and Romans, eloquence was essential to public life and identity, perpetuating class status and power. The three-tiered study of rhetoric was thus designed to produce sons worthy of and equipped for public service. Rhetorical competency enabled the elite to occupy their proper place in society. The oracular and literary techniques represented in Greco-Roman education proved to be equally central to the formation of the New Testament. Detailed comparisons of the sophisticated rhetorical conventions, as cataloged in the ancient rhetorical handbooks (e.g., Quintilian), reveal to what degree and frequency the New Testament was shaped by ancient rhetoric's invention, argument, and style. But Ancient Rhetoric and the New Testament breaks new ground. Instead of focusing on more advanced rhetorical lessons that elite students received in their school rooms, Michael Martin and Mikeal Parsons examine the influence of the progymnasmata -- the preliminary compositional exercises that bridge the gap between grammar and rhetoric proper -- and their influence on the New Testament. Martin and Parsons use Theon's (50-100 CE) compendium as a baseline to measure the way primary exercises shed light on the form and style of the New Testament's composition. Each chapter examines a specific rhetorical exercise and its unique hortatory or instructional function, and offers examples from ancient literature before exploring the use of these techniques in the New Testament. By studying the rhetoric of beginners rather than experts, Martin and Parsons demonstrate that the New Testament was not simply the product of an elite scholastic culture. Rhetoric was in the air , acting as a stock feature of the public discourse from which the New Testament arose. Martin and Parsons demonstrate that attention to the intimate relationship between medium (the how) and message (the what) is not new. The New Testament used common strategies to communicate its uncommon Gospel.
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41.950000 USD

Ancient Rhetoric and the New Testament: The Influence of Elementary Greek Composition

by Mikeal C. Parsons, Michael Wade Martin
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The widespread understanding of language in the West is that it represents the world. This view, however, has not always been commonplace. In fact, it is a theory of language conceived by Plato, culminating in The Sophist. In that dialogue Plato introduced the idea of statements as being either true ...
Seeming and Being in Plato's Rhetorical Theory
The widespread understanding of language in the West is that it represents the world. This view, however, has not always been commonplace. In fact, it is a theory of language conceived by Plato, culminating in The Sophist. In that dialogue Plato introduced the idea of statements as being either true or false, where the distinction between falsity and truth rests on a deeper discrepancy between appearance and reality, or seeming and being. Robin Reames's Seeming & Being in Plato's Rhetorical Theory marks a shift in Plato scholarship. Reames argues that an appropriate understanding of rhetorical theory in Plato's dialogues illuminates how he developed the technical vocabulary needed to construct the very distinctions between seeming and being that separate true from false speech. By engaging with three key movements of twentieth- and twenty-first-century Plato scholarship-the rise and subsequent marginalization of orality and literacy theory, Heidegger's controversial critique of Platonist metaphysics, and the influence of literary or dramatic readings of the dialogues-Reames demonstrates how the development of Plato's rhetorical theory across several of his dialogues (Gorgias, Phaedrus, Protagoras, Theaetetus, Cratylus, Republic, and Sophist) has been both neglected and misunderstood.
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58.01 USD

Seeming and Being in Plato's Rhetorical Theory

by Robin Reames
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Young adult literature holds an exceptional place in modern American popular culture-accessible to readers of all levels, it captures a diverse audience and tends to adapt to the big screen in an exciting way. With its wide readership, YAL sparks interesting discussions inside and outside of the classroom. This collection ...
Young Adult Literature in the Composition Classroom: Essays on Instructive Applications
Young adult literature holds an exceptional place in modern American popular culture-accessible to readers of all levels, it captures a diverse audience and tends to adapt to the big screen in an exciting way. With its wide readership, YAL sparks interesting discussions inside and outside of the classroom. This collection of new essays examines how it has impacted college composition courses, primarily focusing on the first year. Contributors discuss popular YA stories, their educational potential, and possibilities for classroom discussion and exercise.
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47.250000 USD

Young Adult Literature in the Composition Classroom: Essays on Instructive Applications

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In a time of increasing mass incarceration, US prisons and jails are becoming a major source of literary production. Prisoners write for themselves, fellow prisoners, family members, and teachers. However, too few write for college credit. In the dearth of well-organized higher education in US prisons, noncredit programs established by ...
Prison Pedagogies: Learning and Teaching with Imprisoned Writers
In a time of increasing mass incarceration, US prisons and jails are becoming a major source of literary production. Prisoners write for themselves, fellow prisoners, family members, and teachers. However, too few write for college credit. In the dearth of well-organized higher education in US prisons, noncredit programs established by colleges and universities have served as a leading means of informal learning in these settings. Thousands of teachers have entered prisons, many teaching writing or relying on writing practices when teaching other subjects. Yet these teachers have few pedagogical resources. This groundbreaking collection of essays provides such a resource and establishes a framework upon which to develop prison writing programs. Prison Pedagogies does not champion any one prescriptive approach to writing education but instead recognizes a wide range of possibilities. Essay subjects include working-class consciousness and prison education; community and literature writing at different security levels in prisons; organized writing classes in jails and juvenile halls; cultural resistance through writing education; prison newspapers and writing archives as pedagogical resources; dialogical approaches to teaching prison writing classes; and more. The contributors within this volume share a belief that writing represents a form of intellectual and expressive self-development in prison, one whose pursuit has transformative potential.
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36.700000 USD

Prison Pedagogies: Learning and Teaching with Imprisoned Writers

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In Sounding Composition Steph Ceraso reimagines listening education to account for twenty-first century sonic practices and experiences. Sonic technologies such as audio editing platforms and music software allow students to control sound in ways that were not always possible for the average listener. While digital technologies have presented new opportunities ...
Sounding Composition: Multimodal Pedagogies for Embodied Listening
In Sounding Composition Steph Ceraso reimagines listening education to account for twenty-first century sonic practices and experiences. Sonic technologies such as audio editing platforms and music software allow students to control sound in ways that were not always possible for the average listener. While digital technologies have presented new opportunities for teaching listening in relation to composing, they also have resulted in a limited understanding of how sound works in the world at large. Ceraso offers an expansive approach to sonic pedagogy through the concept of multimodal listening-a practice that involves developing an awareness of how sound shapes and is shaped by different contexts, material objects, and bodily, multisensory experiences. Through a mix of case studies and pedagogical materials, she demonstrates how multimodal listening enables students to become more savvy consumers and producers of sound in relation to composing digital media, and in their everyday lives.
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28.300000 USD

Sounding Composition: Multimodal Pedagogies for Embodied Listening

by Steph Ceraso
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An examination of how images can serve as communication tools to popularize science in the public eye As funding for basic scientific research becomes increasingly difficult to secure, public support becomes essential. Because of its promise for captivating nonexpert publics, the practice of merging art and imagery with science has ...
Introducing Science Through Images: Cases of Visual Popularization
An examination of how images can serve as communication tools to popularize science in the public eye As funding for basic scientific research becomes increasingly difficult to secure, public support becomes essential. Because of its promise for captivating nonexpert publics, the practice of merging art and imagery with science has been gaining traction in the scientific community. While images have been used with greater frequency in recent years, their value is often viewed as largely superficial. To the contrary, Maria E. Gigante posits in Introducing Science through Images, the value of imagery goes far beyond mere aesthetics-visual elements are powerful communication vehicles. The images examined in this volume, drawn from a wide range of historical periods, serve an introductory function-that is, they appear in a position of primacy relative to text and, like the introduction to a speech, have the potential to make audiences attentive and receptive to the forthcoming content. Gigante calls them portal images and explicates their utility in science communication, both to popularize and mystify science in the public eye. Gigante analyzes how science has been represented by various types of portal images: frontispieces, portraits of scientists, popular-science magazine covers, and award-winning scientific images from Internet visualization competitions. Using theories of rhetoric and visual communication, she addresses the weak connection between scientific communities and the public and explores how visual elements can best be employed to garner public support for research.
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41.990000 USD

Introducing Science Through Images: Cases of Visual Popularization

by Maria E. Gigante
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In a time of increasing mass incarceration, US prisons and jails are becoming a major source of literary production. Prisoners write for themselves, fellow prisoners, family members, and teachers. However, too few write for college credit. In the dearth of well-organized higher education in US prisons, noncredit programs established by ...
Prison Pedagogies: Learning and Teaching with Imprisoned Writers
In a time of increasing mass incarceration, US prisons and jails are becoming a major source of literary production. Prisoners write for themselves, fellow prisoners, family members, and teachers. However, too few write for college credit. In the dearth of well-organized higher education in US prisons, noncredit programs established by colleges and universities have served as a leading means of informal learning in these settings. Thousands of teachers have entered prisons, many teaching writing or relying on writing practices when teaching other subjects. Yet these teachers have few pedagogical resources. This groundbreaking collection of essays provides such a resource and establishes a framework upon which to develop prison writing programs. Prison Pedagogies does not champion any one prescriptive approach to writing education but instead recognizes a wide range of possibilities. Essay subjects include working-class consciousness and prison education; community and literature writing at different security levels in prisons; organized writing classes in jails and juvenile halls; cultural resistance through writing education; prison newspapers and writing archives as pedagogical resources; dialogical approaches to teaching prison writing classes; and more. The contributors within this volume share a belief that writing represents a form of intellectual and expressive self-development in prison, one whose pursuit has transformative potential.
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68.250000 USD

Prison Pedagogies: Learning and Teaching with Imprisoned Writers

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Despite its centrality to its field, there is no consensus regarding what rhetorical theory is and why it matters. The Ethical Fantasy of Rhetorical Theory presents a critical examination of rhetorical theory throughout history, in order to develop a unifying vision for the field. Demonstrating that theorists have always been ...
The Ethical Fantasy of Rhetorical Theory
Despite its centrality to its field, there is no consensus regarding what rhetorical theory is and why it matters. The Ethical Fantasy of Rhetorical Theory presents a critical examination of rhetorical theory throughout history, in order to develop a unifying vision for the field. Demonstrating that theorists have always been skeptical of, yet committed to truth (however fantastic), Ira Allen develops rigorous notions of truth and of a troubled freedom that spring from rhetoric's depths. In a sweeping analysis from the sophists Aristotle, and Cicero through Kenneth Burke, Chaim Perelman and Lucie Olbrechts-Tyceta, and contemporary scholars in English, Communication, and rhetoric's other disciplinary homes, Allen offers a novel definition of rhetorical theory: as the self-consciously ethical study of how humans and other symbolic animals negotiate constraints.
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30.400000 USD

The Ethical Fantasy of Rhetorical Theory

by Ira Allen
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Nursery Writing is a series of graded activity books using the appealing character of Eddy the teddy to help young children learn letters, sounds and simple words. Book 4 includes: correct formation of the letters j/g w/u/v i/l and f/t, the sounds made by these letters at the start of ...
Nursery Writing Book 4
Nursery Writing is a series of graded activity books using the appealing character of Eddy the teddy to help young children learn letters, sounds and simple words. Book 4 includes: correct formation of the letters j/g w/u/v i/l and f/t, the sounds made by these letters at the start of a word, matching and tracking letters.
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3.41 USD

Nursery Writing Book 4

by Kathryn Linaker
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The Art of Being Right: 38 Ways to Win an Argument
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9.440000 USD

The Art of Being Right: 38 Ways to Win an Argument

by Arthur Schopenhauer
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Visualizing Posthuman Conservation in the Age of the Anthropocene
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62.950000 USD

Visualizing Posthuman Conservation in the Age of the Anthropocene

by Amy D. Propen
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In this provocative and interdisciplinary work, Michael J. Hyde develops a philosophy of communication ethics in which the practice of rhetoric plays a fundamental role in promoting and maintaining the health of our personal and communal existence. He examines how the force of interruption-the universal human capacity to challenge our ...
The Interruption That We Are: The Health of the Lived Body, Narrative, and Public Moral Argument
In this provocative and interdisciplinary work, Michael J. Hyde develops a philosophy of communication ethics in which the practice of rhetoric plays a fundamental role in promoting and maintaining the health of our personal and communal existence. He examines how the force of interruption-the universal human capacity to challenge our complacent understanding of existence-is a catalyst for moral reflection and moral behavior. Hyde begins by reviewing the role of interruption in the history of the West, from the Big Bang to biblical figures to classical Greek and contemporary philosophers and rhetoricians to three modern thinkers: Soren Kierkegaard, Martin Heidegger, and Emmanuel Levinas. These thinkers demonstrate in various ways that interruption is not simply a heuristic tool, but constitutive of being human. After developing a critical assessment of these thinkers, Hyde offers four case studies in public moral argument that illustrate the applicability of his findings regarding our interruptive nature. These studies feature a patient suffering from heart disease, a disability rights activist defending her personhood, a young woman dying from brain cancer who must justify her decision, against staunch opposition, to opt for medical aid in dying, and the benefits and burdens of what is termed our posthuman future with its accelerating achievements in medical science and technology. These improvements are changing the nature of the interruption that we are, yet the wisdom of such progress has yet to be determined. Much more public moral argument is required. Hyde's philosophy of communication ethics not only calls for the cultivation of wisdom but also promotes the fight for truth, which is essential to the livelihood of democracy.
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52.490000 USD

The Interruption That We Are: The Health of the Lived Body, Narrative, and Public Moral Argument

by Michael J. Hyde
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Precarious Rhetorics
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31.450000 USD

Precarious Rhetorics

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Nursery Writing is a series of graded activity books using the appealing character of Eddy the teddy to help young children learn letters, sounds and simple words. Book 5 includes: correct formation of the letters q/z and x/y, the sounds made by these letters at the start of a word, ...
Nursery Writing Book 5
Nursery Writing is a series of graded activity books using the appealing character of Eddy the teddy to help young children learn letters, sounds and simple words. Book 5 includes: correct formation of the letters q/z and x/y, the sounds made by these letters at the start of a word, matching and tracking letters, three-letter words.
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3.41 USD

Nursery Writing Book 5

by Kathryn Linaker
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The Internet as a Game
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63.000000 USD

The Internet as a Game

by Jill Anne Morris
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Nursery Writing is a series of graded activity books using the appealing character of Eddy the teddy to help young children learn letters, sounds and simple words. Book 6 includes: consolidation of letter sounds, alphabetical order, three-letter words, number words.
Nursery Writing Book 6
Nursery Writing is a series of graded activity books using the appealing character of Eddy the teddy to help young children learn letters, sounds and simple words. Book 6 includes: consolidation of letter sounds, alphabetical order, three-letter words, number words.
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3.41 USD

Nursery Writing Book 6

by Kathryn Linaker
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Networked Humanities: Within and Without the University
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35.700000 USD

Networked Humanities: Within and Without the University

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Networked Humanities: Within and Without the University
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68.250000 USD

Networked Humanities: Within and Without the University

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The Greatest Thing in the World and Other Addresses
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8.350000 USD

The Greatest Thing in the World and Other Addresses

by Henry Drummond
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Writing to Be Understood: What Works and Why
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17.840000 USD

Writing to Be Understood: What Works and Why

by Anne Janzer
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The Greatest Thing in the World and Other Addresses
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17.800000 USD

The Greatest Thing in the World and Other Addresses

by Henry Drummond
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Early Writing is a series of graded activity books designed to help children learn correct letter formation and develop a clear, flowing handwriting style. Early Writing Book 2 introduces letter shapes in a logical sequence: letters starting with a vertical straight line, letters formed using an anti-clockwise stroke and finally ...
Early Writing Book 2
Early Writing is a series of graded activity books designed to help children learn correct letter formation and develop a clear, flowing handwriting style. Early Writing Book 2 introduces letter shapes in a logical sequence: letters starting with a vertical straight line, letters formed using an anti-clockwise stroke and finally those formed with diagonal lines. The handwriting script features a 'flick' exit stroke that helps to lay a sound foundation for joined-up writing. All 26 letters are shown in correct alphabetical order at the back of the book. This book is suitable for young children learning to write and those in Key Stage 1 who need further practice in pencil control.
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4.20 USD

Early Writing Book 2

by Paul Martin, Anne Forster
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How to Speak and Write Correctly: Large Print
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11.540000 USD

How to Speak and Write Correctly: Large Print

by Joseph Devlin
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The Art or Crafte of Rhetoryke: Large Print
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8.390000 USD

The Art or Crafte of Rhetoryke: Large Print

by Leonard Cox
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