5 edition of Imitation in Writing found in the catalog.
Imitation in Writing
February 1, 2000
by Logos School
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||105|
The print version of this book is available for sale from the University of Michigan Press. For more information, read Michigan Publishing's as well as writing both a weekly imitation poem and an analytic paper that makes an argument, via close reading, about one of the poet’s poems. This is serious work—and the imitation poems. The Grammar of Poetry book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This text is the fifth book in a growing series of Imitation in Writ /5(1).
While not technically part of the Imitation in Writing series, the Writing Trails books are published by the same company (Logos School) and follow essentially the same format. Based on the writing instruction methods used by Andrew Pudewa and the Institute for Excellence in Writing, Writing Trails provides specific assignments so teachers don't have to collate a bunch of material on their own. Softcover Book Brand Name Logos School Materials Weight (lbs.) Dimensions " x " x " Powered by TurnTo We have used Imitation in Writing before at an earlier level. My son enjoyed the curriculum and wanted more writing this year. The hardest part was choosing between Green Heroes and the Medieval Legends.
Imitation in Writing Grades Implementing the methodology of the Institute for Excellence in Writing, the Imitation in Writing books offer ready-made exercises in which kids read theme-oriented text, take notes, and then rewrite the paragraphs in their . book Wishes, Lies and Dreams: Teaching Kids to Write Poetry as well as our own experience in teaching creative writing at all The idea here is to use work from a literature class and have students write in imitation or response as a way to understand, from an author’s point of view, what it is like to create something. It will also result.
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This is an excellent series for implementing the skills taught in the IEW program. By imitating good writing, students will become better writers themselves. Teachers frustrated by the lack of specific lesson plans and excerpts in the Teaching Writing: Structure and Style course will be relieved to find more than they can likely use in these books.
These are not dependent on the IEW material, however. Imitation in Writing: Greek Heroes (Imitation in Writing) by Matt Whitling ()Author: Whitling Matt. Imitation in Writing: Greek Heroes (Imitation in Writing) by Matt Whitling ()Author: Matt B.
Whitling. Stock No: WW Teach writing through the time-tested classical approach of imitation. This Greek Myths text is the third book in a growing series of Imitation in Writing materials designed to teach aspiring writers the art and discipline of crafting delightful prose and poetry.
The text includes a short background of imitation as a means of teaching writing, instructions, grading guidelines, twenty-seven Brand: Canon Press.
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Whitling. This Fairy Tales text is the second book in a growing series of Imitation in Writing materials to teach aspiring writers that art and discipline of crafting delightful prose and poetry.
Grades Fairy Tales: Imitation In Writing () by Matt WhitlingBrand: Canon Press. Aesop's Fables -- Aesop's Fables, the first of the Imitation in Writing series, is for third grade and up. A simple fable is shown at the top of each page.
Below it is a form on which the child lists characters, defines vocabulary, and outlines the fable using keywords. The child is then ready to rewrite the fable using the vocabulary words. As the title suggests, this course from Logos Press aims to teach writing through the medium of imitation.
The author proposes that as it was the method of a bygone era, and since educators still use imitation to teach many different subjects, e.g. handwriting, art, math, music, and reading, it i. Here’s a breakdown of how the ‘imitation as inspiration’ exercise works: Identify a sentence or short paragraph from a favorite work that, for whatever reason, strikes you as particularly powerful.
Read the short excerpt several times, generating a list of stylistic features that characterize the writer’s voice. The Imitation in Writing series is designed to teach aspiring writers the art and discipline of crafting delightful prose.
This Poetry Primer was created to provide introductory level instruction and practice before the student begins The Grammar of Poetry by the same author, Matt Whitling. Imitation In Writing The Grammar of Poetry Primer is the sixth book in a growing series of Imitation in Writing materials designed t o teach aspi ring wri ters t he art and disci plin e of craf ting del ightf ul prose and poetry.
Thi s pr imer was c rea te d to p rovi de intr oductory leve l. This Greek Myths text is the third book in a growing series of Imitation in Writing materials designed to teach aspiring writers the art and discipline of crafting delightful prose and poetry. The text includes a short background of imitation as a means of teaching writing, instructions, grading guidelines, twenty-seven Greek myths formatted for imitation, and a glossary of Greek gods and : Matt Whitling.
The Grammar of Poetry (Imitation in Writing): Whitling, Matt: : Books. Buy used:5/5(2). A really fine book on imitation in writing. The target audience is college age students and teachers, but the principles apply at every level of education and life.
The early examples are well chosen to illustrate a genre but also show differences within a genre/5(5). Buy This Book in Print. summary. This collection is a timely intervention in national debates about what constitutes original or plagiarized writing in the digital age.
Somewhat ironically, the Internet makes it both easier to copy and easier to detect copying. imitation, and plagiarism, particularly as they concern students, scholars.
Hands down, when it comes to writing, imitation is one of the most important ways many writers learn. Even experienced writers examine how other writers approached a story, poem, essay, chapter. Who said basketball and poetry don`t mix. Learn from another work of Mr. Whitling`s effective Imitation in Writing series.
This former basketball great will show how to develop the beginnings of love for and talent toward creating poetry. The book provides entry-level instruction and practice in meter, rhyme and figures of speech. It does not teach three-point shot techniques.
Student Book. out of 5 stars The Grammar of Poetry: Teacher's Edition (Imitation in Writing) (Spiral-bound) Reviewed in the United States on Decem Verified Purchase. Superior addition to teaching/understanding grammar in a most poetic form!.
Highly recommend as a primary or secondary source for s: 3. Far from the exception, learning to write by imitation is the rule. Learning to write by imitating others was once even the standard method for teaching students how to write, the most widely and deeply accepted technique used to learn and grow at writing.
Imitation is the most efficient, sure-fire method to rapidly growing as a writer. Imitation In Writing This Medieval Legends text is the sixth book in a growing series of Imitation in Writing materials designed to teach aspiring writers the art and discipline of crafting delightful prose and poetry.
Aesop’s Fables Fairy Tales Greek Myths Greek Heroes.Product Description Matt Whitling's newest addition to his popular Imitation in Writing Series. This text is designed to gradually prepare students for the Grammar of Poetry (#) by providing entry-level instruction and practice in meter, rhyme, and figures of speech.
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