Words in Motion: Teacher's Guide

Words in Motion: Teacher's Guide

An Interactive Approach to Writing

Format: Paperback

Words in Motion is a practical writing text in which students learn to enjoy writing as a process of creating, sharing, and revising while working together in pairs and groups. Students are given the opportunity to experience many different types of writing including letters, reviews, and stories.

  • ISBN: 978-0-19-434459-3
  • Price: $ 12.50
  • Pages: 76
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Dimensions: 280x215 mm

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  • comprehensive introduction to the text
  • step-by-step instructions for all activities
  • detailed suggestions for lesson planning, classroom management, error correction, evaluation, and peer editing
  • photocopiable resource pages
  • answer key

Key features

  • It teaches students to enjoy writing as a process of creation, collaboration, and revision while working together in pairs and groups.
  • It gives students experience with different kinds of writing, such as self-introductions, personal and business letters, movie reviews, and stories.
  • The topics are interesting and relevant to students.
  • Short, focused units lead students through a complete cycle of pre-writing, drafting, and revision.
  • It helps students develop the ability to correct basic grammar mistakes. A special 'Grammar Clinic' section reviews important structures.
  • Writing samples provide students with clear models.
  • Writing projects give students the opportunity to work independently and choose the subjects that interest them most.

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Words in Motion is a practical writing text in which students learn to enjoy writing as a process of creating, sharing, and revising while working together in pairs and groups. Students are given the opportunity to experience many different types of writing including letters, reviews, and stories.