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Spring 2010 Writing Practice Schedule:
|Unit 1: The Basic Sentence: Analyzing the Writing Assignment|
|Unit 2: Sentence Focus: Brainstorming|
|Unit 3: Joining Sentences with Coordinators; Organizing Ideas in Essays|
|Unit 4: Joining Sentences with Subordinators: Crafting Thesis Statements|
|Unit 5: Joining Sentences to Show Comparison and Contrast: Beginnings and Endings|
|Unit 6: Joining Sentences to Show Concession: Developing Supporting Paragraphs|
|Unit 7: Showing Logical Relationships with Transitions; Revising Essays|
|Unit 8: Joining Parallel Structures: Revising Student Essays* (bring an essay of your own)|
|Unit 9: Modifying Nouns with Adjectives: Editing Essays (bring an essay of your own)|
|Unit 10: Modifying Nouns with Prepositional Phrases; Proofreading Essays* (bring an essay)|
|Unit 11: Modifying Nouns with Apositves; Revising Sentences from students' work|
|Unit 12: Modifying Nouns with Adjective Clauses; Exploring Sentence Options (bring essay)|
|Unit 13: Modifying Sentences with Verbal Phrases|
|Unit 14: Reviewing Sentence Construction Techniques|
Altman et al., Sentence Combining Workbook. 3rd Ed. Boston: Wadsworth Cengage, 2011, ISBN 978-1-4282-6380-2. Available in LTU Bookstore and online.
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