Description : Aquest volum intenta oferir als estudiants matriculats en el Grau d'Estudis Anglesos un manual de base que els introduïsca en l'estudi de les principals matèries. Un manual amb materials pràctics de treball i continguts que responen a les necessitats d'una contínua actualització de l'ensenyament de llengües estrangeres en una perspectiva empírica i teòrica, i que al mateix temps recull i integra els principals corrents científics dels estudis anglesos, tenint en compte les directrius introduïdes per l'Espai Europeu d'Educació Superior. La novetat d'aquest manual resideix a oferir a la xarxa i a la disposició de qualsevol usuari informació relacionada amb el contingut del llibre; textos, exercicis autocorrectius i activitats. Un espai que convida els usuaris a participar enviant les seves propostes per a publicar-les i poder-les compartir.
Description : "No matter what the medium, from print to broadcast to digital, Working with Words presents the best writing advice for journalists. It is designed to help students gain the grammatical and stylistic skills they need and then serve as a reference throughout their careers. Written by working journalists, with parts devoted to grammar and mechanics as well as journalistic style and writing for different media, it offers coverage the Associated Press Stylebook does not -- and it's affordably priced at 30-50% less than competing texts. The new edition contains tools that make it even easier to navigate, tackles the unique issues inherent to writing for online media, and offers improved grammar and writing instruction."--Publisher's website.
Description : Covers grammar, punctuation, and usages, and offers advice on avoiding pompous, muddled, sexist, or racist language
Description : The crucial challenge for theology is that when it is read the reader thinks, This is true. Recognizing claims that are true enables readers to identify an honest expression of life's complexities. The trick is to show that theological claims--the words that must be used to speak of God--are necessary if the theologian is to speak honestly of the complexities of life. The worst betrayal of the task of theology comes when the theologian fears that the words he or she must use are not necessary. This new collection of essays, lectures, and sermons by Stanley Hauerwas is focused on the central challenge, risk, and difficulty of this necessity--working with words about God. The task of theology is to help us do things with words. God is not a word peculiar to theology, but if God is a word to be properly used by Christians, the word must be disciplined by Christian practice. It should, therefore, not be surprising that, like any word, we must learn how to say God.
Description : Working With Words; Words to Work With was conceived as the author was preparing a presentation on motivation. As handout materials were being prepared, the author wrote copy for several motivational words. He filled both sides of a 5 ½” x 8 ½” sheet with copy. Looking at several sheets as they were lying together, he thought an assembly of many sheets would make an interesting book. The reader can pick up the book, and read two pages, or as many as he or she wishes. Each two page article will be complete in itself, There are many occasions when a reader has only a few minutes to relax through reading; for example, on the subway, in the bathroom, or at lunch. The words chosen for this book are work-related, and in most cases they are inspirational words.
Description : This helpful workbook gives students the opportunity to master the writing and editing skills covered in the main text, including grammar and mechanics guidelines, practicing proper copy-editing symbols, rewriting sentences for clarity and conciseness, learning how to write successful leads and recognizing distinctions between Associated Press and wire-service style.