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Introduction to Academic Writing, Level 3, 3rd ed. by Alice Oshima
The Third Edition of Introduction to Academic Writing, by Alice Oshima and Ann Hogue, continues in the tradition of helping students to master the standard organizational patterns of the paragraph and the basic concepts of essay writing. The texts time-proven approach integrates the study of rhetorical patterns and the writing process with extensive practice in sentence structure and mechanics.
Features of the Third Edition:A step-by-step approach guides students seamlessly through the process of writing. Clear, succinct explanations help students to understand and apply key concepts and rules. Numerous models and varied practice support students at all stages of writing. NEW instruction and practice in summary writing prepare students for academic work.
NEW Try It Out! exercises give students opportunities to assess mastery of skills. NEW self-editing and peer-editing worksheets mortivate students to revise their work.
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Students simply submit their writing online and instantly receive personalized feedback on: Grammar, Usage, Style, Mechanics, Organization, and Development (essays only). Students can turn in better writing, and teachers can save time spent correcting drafts.
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The Longman Academic Writing Series consists of:Level 1 Fundamentals of Academic Writing Level 2 First Steps in Academic Writing, Second Edition Level 4 Writing Academic English, Fourth Edition
Learning To Program With Alice Books
Meet Alice! Alice is an incredibly fun program that has been made freely available as a public service by Carnegie Melon University. The great part about Alice is that you'll start learning the basics of computer programming without even knowing it! Just have fun exploring and creating your own virtual world! Now if you look inside the Alice folder that's been created for you ie.
A Preview of Alice 3.0, Introductory Programming in 3D
Alice is an object-based educational programming language with an integrated development environment IDE. Alice uses a drag and drop environment to create computer animations using 3D models. The software was developed first at University of Virginia in , then Carnegie Mellon from , by a research group led by Randy Pausch. Most important, he could do intellectually difficult things but also realized the most powerful thing was to be able to communicate clearly and in an entertaining way. This inspires our efforts to make something as complex as computer programming easy and fun.