Watch Out for Trouble!
When you first started learning English (or any foreign language), you probably had a textbook with a dialog that you read and/or listened to and tried to imitate. It’s a very natural way to begin:
Hello! I’m Mike. What’s your name?
I’m _______. Nice to meet you!
In traditional journalism, reporters are invisible observers. They should not casually refer to their own participation in the events they describe. Continue reading
Interviewing somebody about a serious topic can seem like an impossible task. Fret not, dear students! An interview is a process that can be broken down into a series of more manageable steps. Follow these steps for reduced stress for you, and increased interview quality for your story. Continue reading
A Little Poem Regarding Computer Spell Checkers…
Eye halve a spelling chequer
It came with my pea sea
It plainly marques four my revue
Miss steaks eye kin knot sea. Continue reading
Helping each other to make your papers better. Continue reading
Goal: Write a well-organized and thoughtful 5-paragraph essay
(EPIC:First Draft due May 24th; Final Draft due May 28th)
(Intermediate Writing: First Draft Due June 6th; Final Draft due June 13th) Continue reading