As Tina is ironing, she questions things and then her mind wonders with each item she irons. What ever happened to perma-press? Tina asks herself as she is ironing a linen pair of capris, and is having difficulty getting the wrinkles out. She goes through the history of fabrics, from perma-press, to wrinkle free, to natural fibers, to those that today need ironing, just when life should be simpler.
This teaching audiobook teaches one to write from the beginning to the end, and contains everything you need for a lesson planner to teach your students how to write anything. This audiobook contains everything you need to teach a composition course successfully. From grammar review to commonly misused words, to how to write different styles of essays. You may even find that this will be a good refresher for your own writing as well. Great for the teacher as well as the student.
As Jack is fishing in one of Minnesota's 10,000 lakes, he questions things and then his mind wonders with each fish he catches. The Walleye eats twice a day - morning and at sunset. He never really thought of that before, although he usually doesn't go fishing by himself, but his buddies all had other things to do today. Eating in the morning - breakfast... yes, one should eat breakfast.
Each of the personality types includes a short, humorous account of a disastrous date. These stories are based on real experiences and are not without purpose. They illustrate what is expected of the other person in a relationship - things that people who are seeking lasting relationships seem to have forgotten. It could be considered a how-to book, in a humorous way.
Eliminate writers' block and creatively express thoughts through creative writing! Do you need some yawn-proof and sleep-proof writing exercises to get your students to actively participate? Then this book is for you, as it is very complete and is designed to be taught over 16 weeks. It can, of course, be taught in less by combining some of the lessons into one week. So it would work with an 8-week or even a 12-week course schedule.
Are you looking for a book that will give you some better understanding of literature and how to teach it? With this teaching textbook and lesson planner you will leave your students with a better understanding and appreciation of literature through many of the works and stories covered. This book covers writing responses and includes essay questions and projects for a student to work on. From the exploration of literature to post modernism, you will have plenty of material to cover over a 12-week course.
This book is for instructors of media writing. Students can explore media writing as a means of improving their research and writing skills or to pursue a print-journalism focus in the communication major. Students will learn how to develop and organize ideas, adapt their writing for specific audiences, and revise and polish their prose style. The book is divided into eight lessons.
Do you need some great writing exercises to get your creative juices flowing? Then this book is for you, as it is very complete and is designed to be learned over 16 weeks. It can, of course, be learned in a smaller time frame by combining some of the lessons into one week.
A middle-aged woman, who likes to entertain, had recently lost her spouse and thought that her life was worthless and she was useless. She had been putting mementos and photos in a scrapbox and album and reminiscing, when she had the idea to throw a party asking each guest to bring something old and nostalgic - a hankie, piece of jewelry, small tool, souvenir, button, playbill, or other small item. The idea was that each guest would have to tell the story behind the item.
"LOVELY STORIES AND WELL TOLD!"
A collection of many short stories. You may be surprised at how some of these stories might reflect you or your real-life situation.
Three women and two men are linked in a mysterious circle of marriage, children, tragedy, blackmail, death, and unexplained events. What starts out to be a smooth romantic story, suddenly turns murderous and complex with many mysterious happenings: a baby dies one hour after birth - real cause unknown (until later); a woman is mistakenly pronounced dead; blackmail occurs; a rigged auto accident in which a child is mistakenly and severely injured occurs; a man is found dead - just to name a few.
"Where is Ralph"
Richard is going through mid-life crisis, having an affair, and plans to leave his wife and children. He suddenly has a revelation while on the golf course, as he watches his golf buddies, and then listens to them complain about their lives at the 19th hole. He decides that he is better off with his wife, and makes a pact with himself to get his body in shape, as his wife had been nagging him about. Perhaps they could work out together.
As George is sitting in his tree stand, he questions things, and then his mind wanders with each movement he sees. He relates it to people and situations in his own life. His wife, his children, his marriage, his friends, and his job are all included in this reflection. "What ever happened to my life?" George asks himself as he is sitting there. It obviously isn't where it should be; he isn't where he should be. And here he is - sitting in a tree stand waiting for that perfect deer, when he should be....