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The Legal English Manual Free Version

Author : Kathrin Weston Walsh
ISBN : 9783952473719
Genre : Law
File Size : 39. 83 MB
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This is an excerpt of the full version (available as eBook and hardcopy). This practical handbook provides a comprehensive overview of professional legal language and practical skills. Prepared by native English-speaking lawyers, the book includes professional legal English terminology, practice-oriented examples and sample documents for use in your daily practice. Structured to provide a legal focus, a language focus as well as a practical focus, it helps you apply your professional legal expertise competently in various English-language situations.

Teaching English Language Learners

Author : Teresa Walter
ISBN : 0131500880
Genre : Foreign Language Study
File Size : 83. 66 MB
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Teaching English Language Learners is the essential how-to book for teachers who have English language learners in their classrooms but have little experience or training in ESL. The practical, accessible approach is ideal for new ESL teachers, and even experienced teachers in search of new insights, and other professionals who prepare teachers to better meet the academic needs of English Language Learners.

The English Handbook

Author : William Whitla
ISBN : 1444307916
Genre : Literary Criticism
File Size : 60. 14 MB
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The English Handbook: A Guide to Literary Studies is acomprehensive textbook, providing essential practical andanalytical reading and writing skills for literature students atall levels. With advice and information on fundamental methods ofliterary analysis and research, Whitla equips students with theknowledge and tools essential for advanced literary study. Includes traditional close reading strategies integrated withnewer critical theory, ranging from gender and genre topost-structuralism and post-colonialism; with examples fromBeowulf to Atwood, folk ballads to Fugard, and ChristopherMarlowe to Conrad’s Marlow Draws on a wide range of resources, from print to contemporaryelectronic media Supplies a companion website with chapter summaries, charts,examples, web links, and suggestions for further study

The English Teacher S Handbook

Author : T. C. Baruah
ISBN : 8120712129
Genre : Education
File Size : 86. 16 MB
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The St Martin S Handbook

Author : Andrea A. Lunsford
ISBN : 9781457603389
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 61. 39 MB
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Andrea A. Lunsford's latest findings show that today's students write more than ever before -- and make rhetorically appropriate choices in texts they create outside the classroom. “We're in the midst of a literacy revolution the likes of which we haven't seen since Greek civilization,” she notes. The St. Martin's Handbook, Seventh Edition is the first handbook to help students build on the smart decisions they make as recreational writers in order to succeed in their academic and professional work. And, The St. Martin's Handbook is the all-in-one teaching tool and reference that shows students how to write effectively for any purpose.

The Copyeditor S Handbook

Author : Amy Einsohn
ISBN : 9780520286726
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 67. 18 MB
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Unstuffy, hip, and often funny, The Copyeditor’s Handbook has become an indispensable resource both for new editors and for experienced hands who want to refresh their skills and broaden their understanding of the craft of copyediting. This fourth edition incorporates the latest advice from language authorities, usage guides, and new editions of major style manuals, including The Chicago Manual of Style. It registers the tectonic shifts in twenty-first-century copyediting: preparing text for digital formats, using new technologies, addressing global audiences, complying with plain language mandates, ensuring accessibility, and serving self-publishing authors and authors writing in English as a second language. The new edition also adds an extensive annotated list of editorial tools and references and includes a bit of light entertainment for language lovers, such as a brief history of punctuation marks that didn’t make the grade, the strange case of razbliuto, and a few Easter eggs awaiting discovery by keen-eyed readers. The fourth edition features updates on the transformation of editorial roles in today’s publishing environment new applications, processes, and protocols for on-screen editing major changes in editorial resources, such as online dictionaries and language corpora, new grammar and usage authorities, online editorial communities, and web-based research tools When you’re ready to test your mettle, pick up The Copyeditor’s Workbook: Exercises and Tips for Honing Your Editorial Judgment, the essential new companion to the handbook.

Usability In Government Systems

Author : Elizabeth Buie
ISBN : 9780123910639
Genre : Computers
File Size : 43. 60 MB
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As a usability specialist or interaction designer working with the government, or as a government or contractor professional involved in specifying, procuring, or managing system development, you need this book. Editors Elizabeth Buie and Dianne Murray have brought together over 30 experts to outline practical advice to both usability specialists and government technology professionals and managers. Working with internal and external government systems is a unique and difficult task because of of the sheer magnitude of the audience for external systems (the entire population of a country, and sometimes more), and because of the need to achieve government transparency while protecting citizens' privacy.. Open government, plain language, accessibility, biometrics, service design, internal vs. external systems, and cross-cultural issues, as well as working with the government, are all covered in this book. Covers both public-facing systems and internal systems run by governments Details usability and user experience approaches specific to government websites, intranets, complex systems, and applications Provides practical material that allows you to take the information and immediately use it to make a difference in your projects

Rules For Writers

Author : Diana Hacker
ISBN : 9781457605413
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 42. 22 MB
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Rules for Writers is a college writer’s companion that covers writing, grammar, research, and documentation in an extremely affordable and portable spiral-bound format. From the best-selling family of handbooks, Rules has consistently been the best value for college writers. Now it’s even more so. The Seventh Edition actually teaches students how to make better use of their handbook. With new material about how to integrate the handbook into lessons and class activities, Rules for Writers is an even more useful tool for instructors. Read the preface.

The Storytelling Handbook

Author : Gail Ellis
ISBN : 0140810161
Genre : Education, Primary
File Size : 43. 20 MB
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How English Became The Global Language

Author : D. Northrup
ISBN : 9781137303073
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 83. 96 MB
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In this book, the first written about the globalization of the English language by a professional historian, the exploration of English's global ascendancy receives its proper historical due. This brief, accessible volume breaks new ground in its organization, emphasis on causation, and conclusions.

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