Image grammar: Teaching grammar as part of the writing process

Tags: the Writing Process, Teaching Grammar, Michael Chabon, Annie Proulx, English Grammar, Writing Fiction, Archille Londos, Woody Allen, Teaching English Grammar
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Image Grammar, Second Edition: Teaching Grammar as Part of the Writing Process
Image Grammar, Second Edition: Teaching Grammar as Part of the Writing Process LH-79543 US/Data/Education-Teaching 3.5/5 From 715 Reviews Harry Noden ePub | *DOC | audiobook | ebooks | Download PDF 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful. An Excellent Teach Yourself Basic Book for Writing Fiction and creative nonfictionBy Dr. C. J. Singh.Reviewed by C J Singh(Berkeley, CAlifornia).This books subtitle Teaching English Grammar as Part of the Writing Process says its intended for English teachers.After reading the book, I suggest that an alternative subtitle such as Teaching Yourself English Grammar as Part of the Writing Process could serve as well. The books lucid expository prose, replete with numerous examples of what to avoid and what to include, makes it an excellent self-teaching book for beginning writers of fiction and creative nonfiction.Noden presents examples from classics by authors such as Mark Twain, Hemingway, and Harper Lee; from contemporaries like Joan Didion, Annie Proulx, Michael Chabon, Woody Allen, and Dave Barry. The following two paragraphs (on page 40) illustrate Noden's approach in coaching beginning writers to include words and sentence structures that evoke Images in the readers mind.1. "Woody Allen's with Specific Images Removed: One of the most astounding cases of clairvoyance is that of the noted Greek psychic, Archille Londos. Londos realized he had 'unusual powers' by age ten. After a neighbor's husband had been missing for three weeks, Londos told them where to look. Londos could concentrate on a person's face and force the image to come out on a roll of ordinary Kodak film."2. "Woody Allen's with Specific Images Included: One of the most astounding cases of clairvoyance is that of the noted Greek psychic, Archille Londos. Londas realized he had 'unusual powers' by age ten, WHEN HE COULD LIE IN BED AND, BY CONCENTRATING, MAKE HIS FATHER'S FALSE TEETH JUMP OUT OF HIS MOUTH. After a neighbor's husband had been missing for three weeks, Londos told them to look IN THE STOVE, WHERE THE MAN WAS FOUND KNITTING. Londos could concentrate on a person's face and force the image to come out on a roll of ordinary Kodak film, ALTHOUGH HE COULD NEVER SEEM TO GET ANYBODY TO SMILE."Nodens brief examples from widely
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