Citations with the tag: WRITTEN communication

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  • Red Lorry Yellow Lorry.
    Nutley, Michael // New Media Age; 1/18/2007, p36 

    The article reviews the Web site of Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, available at www.rlyl.co.uk.

  • BELIEFS AFFECTING HANDWRITTEN COMMUNICATION (excerpt).
    Gladstone, Kate // ETC: A Review of General Semantics; Apr2004, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p59 

    Presents an excerpt from the conference paper "Beliefs Affecting Handwritten Communication," presented by Kate Gladstone at the Twelfth International Conference on General Semantics from October 31 to November 2, 2003 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

  • Writing right.
    Diamond, Jared // Discover; Jun94, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p107 

    Studies the writing systems of different languages in the light of alphabetical evolution. Difficulties of written English; Inconsistencies in spelling; Literacy as the division between civilized people and barbarians; Variations in the precision of writing systems; Basic strategies that...

  • Still Undeciphered!
    Yellin, Janice // Calliope; May2004, Vol. 14 Issue 9, p47 

    Focuses on Meroitic, the language of the ancient Kushite kingdom of Mero& euml; (340 B.C.-A.D. 350), which was the first written language in Africa south of the Sahara.

  • An investigation of the importance of domain-specific knowledge for writing proficiency.
    Evans, Karen M.; Bart, William M. // Psychological Reports; Apr95, Vol. 76 Issue 2, p355 

    Examines the relationship between domain-specific knowledge and the development of writing skills. Selection of subjects; Methods used; Importance of content knowledge; Link between subject-matter knowledge and comprehension and recall; Relationship between domain and linguistic knowledge.

  • WRITTEN EXPRESSION, HOOPER, AND BLIND RATING.
    Muenz, Tracy A.; Cole, Jason C. // Psychological Reports; Aug2000, Vol. 87 Issue 1, p255 

    Discusses the validation for Hooper, et al.'s assertions by implementing blind rating and finding that significant differences between Hooper-like and non-Hooper-like prompts existed for structural items but not for items of mechanics. Claims that specific stimuli perform better than others in...

  • A writing project that spans the years.
    Griffith, Davelyn // Teaching Pre K-8; Feb97, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p56 

    Presents a six-step lesson plan for teaching writing and involving eighth grade authors, first grade pupils and personalized children's books. Brainstorming session on ideas for children's books using the child as main character; Use of peer and teacher conferencing.

  • FUENTES PARA EL ESTUDIO DE LA ROMANIZACIÓN EN LA MESETA NORTE.
    PÉREZ MARTÍN, Javier // Futuro del Pasado: Revista Electrónica de Historia; 2010, Issue 1, p425 

    The Roman conquest of the peninsular interior will modify the forms of life in this territory to all the levels, in a process that the historiography has given in calling romanization and that will last more than two centuries. Inside this historical and geographical context, we will centre on...

  • Setting up a company style sheet.
    PÉREZ MARTÍN, Javier // Administrative Professional Today; Feb2014, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p5 

    The article offers tips on creating a style sheet to remain consistent in the written communications, adapted from the article "How to Make a Style Sheet" by Bonnie Trenga Mills.

  • JUST FOR FUN.
    Sauls, Clarise // New Moon Girls; Nov/Dec2014, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p11 

    The article presents step-by-step instructions for making a scytale.

  • Canadians Wade Through the Writing.
    Sauls, Clarise // T+D; Jul2006, Vol. 60 Issue 7, p16 

    The article reports on the survey of Canadians lapses in any of its written communications and information transactions.

  • SUCCESS WITH WRITING.
    Sauls, Clarise // School Library Journal; Jun89, Vol. 35 Issue 10, p62 

    Reviews the computer software 'Success With Writing,' software that teaches writing skills.

  • Opinion: Global viewpoint from Singapore.
    Gupta, Raj // Campaign (UK); 9/26/2014, p1 

    I am writing this on a plane from Taipei to Singapore.

  • Good Communication: Written Memos.
    Gupta, Raj // Training & Development Journal; Nov82, Vol. 36 Issue 11, p16 

    Highlights the benefits of good communication and memo writing in the workplace. Categories of memoranda; Difficulties involved in writing memos; Tips for developing good memo writing skills.

  • Exploring the written feedback dialogue: a research, learning and teaching practice.
    Perpignan, Hadara // Language Teaching Research; May2003, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p259 

    The final paper of this Special Issue on Exploratory Practice (EP) is another illustration of the potential of EP for doctoral research. More importantly, like the preceding paper by Gunn it emphasizes learner as well as teacher understanding, and, most importantly, it also explores 'quality' in...

  • Knowledge of Writing and the Composing Process, Attitude Toward Writing, and Self-Efficacy for Students With and Without Learning Disabilities.
    Graham, Steve; Schwartz, Shirley S.; MacArthur, Charles A. // Journal of Learning Disabilities; Apr93, Vol. 26 Issue 4 

    Examines the attitudes and beliefs of students about writing. Factors that causes poor writing performance; Effects of mechanical problems of producing text on the quantity and quality of the written products; Relevance of planning and audience on writing.

  • Preventing and remediating writing disabilities: Interdisciplinary frameworks for assessment...
    Berninger, Virginia W.; Hooper, Stephen R. // School Psychology Review; 1993, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p685 

    Describes books and articles related to the prevention and remediation of writing problems. Includes `Problems in Written Expression. Assessment and Remediation,' by S. Bradley-Johnson and J. Lesiak; `Children's Writing: Toward a Process Theory of Development of Skilled Writing,' edited by E....

  • Tips for Successful Written Agency Communications.
    Glasco, Jon // PA Times; Oct2000, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p1 

    Presents tips for successful government agency communications. Creative and persuasive writing; Definition of target audience; Creation of a high impact structure; Recruitment of a strategic editor; Non-writing roles; Facilitation of review procedure.

  • Writing as a tool for learning biology.
    Moore, Randy // BioScience; Oct94, Vol. 44 Issue 9, p613 

    Discusses writing as a tool for learning biology in the United States. Effect of in the publication of a scientific research; Teaching of writing in schools; Incorporation of writing into courses; Effective teaching instead of correct writing. INSET: Brown's and Smith's essays, by Rhetoric...

  • PEOPLE.
    Moore, Randy // Background Notes on Countries of the World: Guinea; Nov2004, p2 

    Presents information on the people of Guinea. Main ethnic groups; Total number of non-Africans; Written languages in Guinea.

  • quitting to get started.
    Valentine, Mary // Mothering; May/Jun2007, Issue 142, p74 

    The article discusses the author's experience of dealing with her son's disability in learning written language.

  • Frameworks for linking pupils' evidential understanding with growing skill in structured, written...
    Mulholland, Margaret // Teaching History; May98, Issue 91, p17 

    No abstract available.

  • The Coming Age of Talking Computers.
    Crossman, William // Futurist; Dec99, Vol. 33 Issue 10, p42 

    Explains the rationale behind the development of voice-recognition technology and voice-in or voice-out computers. Reasons for the failure of written language in the modern age; Evolution of the written language; Impact of the spoken language.

  • Literacy Will Survive: An Alternative Scenario.
    Johnson, Dan // Futurist; Dec99, Vol. 33 Issue 10, p46 

    Points out the implications of voice-in or voice-out (VIVO) computers on literacy. Advantages of written language; Limitations of VIVO technology; Factors that contributed to the societal popularity of VIVO computers.

  • Shorten the Time Frame.
    Coretese de Bosis, Alessandra // Futurist; Dec99, Vol. 33 Issue 10, p4 

    A letter to the editor is presented in regard to the article "The Demise of Writing" by Geoffrey E. Meredith, appearing in the October 1999 issue.

  • PERSUASIVE WRITING.
    Coretese de Bosis, Alessandra // Scholastic Action (Teacher's Edition); 12/11/2000, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p7 

    Presents a persuasive writing activity about underage drinking of alcoholic beverages.

  • POTENTIAL IMPACT OF THE ADDITION OF A WRITING ASSESSMENT ON ADMISSIONS DECISIONS.
    Bridgeman, Brent; McHale, Frederick // Research in Higher Education; Dec98, Vol. 39 Issue 6, p663 

    The effects that adding a writing measure to the Graduate Management Admissions Test would have on the gender and ethnic composition of an admissions pool were evaluated. Data from the first operational administration of the Analytical Writing Assessment in October 1994 were used. Standardized...

  • A Web site's success depends on its user-friendly organization.
    McCasland, Mitche // Business Press; 02/12/99, Vol. 11 Issue 42, p29 

    Offers tips on designing an effective Web site. Importance of written communication; Points to consider; Reasons for communicating; Knowing the target audience; Determining what is important to target audience.

  • Some Thoughts on Lexicon and Syntax.
    White, John R. // Appraisal Journal; Jul89, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p417 

    Discusses the importance of writing skills for real estate professionals. Rules characterizing exceptional writing style; Rationale for mistakes and incorrect syntax; List of phrases and expressions to avoid in the professional's lexicon.

  • A Longs Term Voyage.
    Sabatini, Federico // Nebula; Mar2007, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p195 

    A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience with a bohemian writer and of writing a story with sadness and thinking of the people he left in the table.

  • Word games.
    Erlandson, Greg // Our Sunday Visitor; 3/7/2010, Vol. 98 Issue 45, p18 

    The author comments on the decline in the intellectual content of written communication and English language usage brought about by cultural trends.

  • School is Fun at Recess.
    Gregg, Noel; Mather, Nancy // Journal of Learning Disabilities; Jan/Feb2002, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p7 

    The purpose of an informal analysis of written language is to identify what writers can do as well as what they find difficult about writing. This article reviews the varied components of written language, suggests informal means for assessment, and summarizes the cognitive and linguistic...

  • Giving useful feedback about writing.
    Binder, Elena DeVos // Internal Auditor; Aug93, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p54 

    Presents suggestions for audit supervisors in helping internal auditors improve their writing skills. Importance of written communication; Need for giving feedback; Respect of people's feelings; Reduction of anxiety and apprehension; Setting of reasonable goals; Advantage of specialists in...

  • What Does the Literature Say About Writing Challenges?
    Binder, Elena DeVos // Teaching Exceptional Children; Nov/Dec2001, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p22 

    Focuses on the challenges of acquiring written communication skills among students. Sources of difficulties in writing; Benefits of nonacademic written communication medium; Differences between skilled and unskilled writers.

  • Staying in sequence.
    Hart, Jack // Editor & Publisher; 10/14/95, Vol. 128 Issue 41, p2 

    Discusses newspaper writers' problems with sequence of tenses. Examples of sentences from newspapers that depart from the natural sequence of tenses; Advice to writers on how to improve their grammar.

  • Keeping Norfuk Alive.
    Feizkhah, Elizabeth // Time International (South Pacific Edition); 8/6/2001, Issue 31, p13 

    Discusses the language of the residents of Norfolk Island, formerly of Pitcairn Island. How their speech is a fusion of Tahitian and Georgian English; Conflict about the written aspect of their language; Debate over which dictionary to use.

  • 'Badly' She, Wrote.
    Wilcox, John // Training & Development Journal; Dec89, Vol. 43 Issue 12, p9 

    Reports that the most frequent error in written business communication is the misplaced comma, according to Zacharias Rosner, founder of The Grammar Group, a Chicago, Illinois-based company that teaches basic grammar and language usage to corporations nationwide. Top ten grammatical blunders;...

  • Using Cemetery Data To Teach Population Biology & Local History.
    Capelle, Janice; Smith, Marian // American Biology Teacher (National Association of Biology Teache; Nov/Dec98, Vol. 60 Issue 9, p690 

    Presents an experiment which described the collection and analysis of biological data, research into the social and medical history of the community and development skills in oral and written communication. Methodology; Results and discussion.

  • Exploring effects of different pictorial stimuli on written expression.
    McLeod, Jennifer S.; Boyer, Katrina M. // Psychological Reports; Jun99 Part 2, Vol. 84 Issue 3, p1225 

    Explores how the type of pictorial stimulus affects the quality of an individual's written expression. Use of photographs as pictorial stimuli; Presentation of an obvious conflict situation; Questions on generalizability; Analysis of writing samples.

  • That Racket Down the Hallway: Shattering Silence(s) through Narratives of Inqueery.
    Breneman, Daisy; Ghiaciuc, Susan; Lunsford, Scott // Writing on the Edge; Fall2012, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p85 

    A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of encouraging students not only to write their own narratives but to examine how these narrarives are being constructed to move through multiple subjectivities.

  • Hold on to Words.
    Clark, A. Carman // Writer (Kalmbach Publishing Co.); Aug99, Vol. 112 Issue 8, p5 

    Asserts that putting words on paper helps sift and sort fragmented thoughts. Significance of letter writing; Details on how the author started her journalism career; Analogy of gardening and writing.

  • Thanks for talking.
    Fountain, Barbara // New Zealand Doctor; 12/15/2004, p1 

    Presents an article about the growing use of written statements. Outcome of interviews using written statements; Disadvantage of written statements.

  • libel.
    Fountain, Barbara // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009); 2009, Issue 21, p1331 

    A definition of the term "libel" which refers to an act of defamation through written communication is presented.

  • written action plan.
    Fountain, Barbara // Taber's Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary (2009); 2009, Issue 21, p2505 

    A definition of the term "written action plan," (WAP) which refers to a flexible script used by patients as a guide to their own outpatient therapy during instances of deterioration in chronic health care condition, is presented.

  • Writing Clearly and Effectively: How to Keep the Reader's Attention.
    Stein, Joshua // Secured Lender; Nov/Dec99, Vol. 55 Issue 7, p98 

    Provides tips for creating an effective written message. Attracting the reader's attention; Importance of strong verbs; Keeping the sentence simple.

  • `Missing link' is written in stone.
    Crabb, Charlene // New Scientist; 12/14/96, Vol. 152 Issue 2060, p9 

    Reports on the discovery of pictograms on a series of stones unearthed in Syria that may represent an important `missing link' in the evolution of written communication. Description of the carvings; Representation of an intermediate form of communication.

  • Emphasize a call to action.
    Crabb, Charlene // Communication Briefings; Jun2013, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p6 

    The article discusses tips of emphasizing a call to action when writing emails, adapted from the article "How to Write a Convincing Email," by Geoffrey James.

  • Excellent Choice.
    Epstein, Joseph // Vocabula Review; Nov2007, Vol. 9 Issue 11, p27 

    A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of being able to the read a letter to a hotel bartender from Henry Louis Mencken.

  • Maintaining Learning.
    Glazer, Susan Mandel // Teaching Pre K-8; May99, Vol. 29 Issue 8, p102 

    Describes several types journals that children can maintain to develop writing skills. Summer journals; Dialogue journals; Content journals.

  • Bad writing contest winners.
    Glazer, Susan Mandel // Quadrant Magazine; Mar99, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p32 

    Presents the winners of The Bad Writing Contest, wherein written articles in scholarly books published in the last few years are scoured for poorly written passages. Judith Butler for her article `Further reflections on the Conversations of Our Time'; Homi K. Bhabha for his work in `The...

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