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WCWater Closet (restroom)
WCWheelchair
WCWelcome
WCWorld Cup
WCWorld Champion
WCWorker's Compensation
WCWild Card (sports; card games)
WCWorld Class
WCWarcraft (computer game)
WCWarcraft
WCWilmington College (Ohio)
WCWestside Connection
WCWeather Channel
WCWine Cooler
WCWildcat
WCWaste Container (various companies)
WCWestminster College
WCWisconsin Central (railroad)
WCWoman Crush
WCWaist Circumference
WCWorship Center
WCWild Caught (wildlife)
WCWestern Conference (hockey)
WCWriting Center
WCWeatherford College (Weatherford, Texas)
WCWing Commander
WCTungsten Carbide
WCWestchester
WCWeb Cam
WCWeek Commencing (shorthand)
WCWho Cares?
WCWashington Capitals (hockey team)
WCWill Consider
WCWinston Churchill
WCWorst Case (conditions)
WCWater-Cooled
WCWet Chemical
WCWorking Copy
WCWater Curtain (various companies)
WCWord Count
WCWar Chief (gaming)
WCWorking Capital
WCWarren Commission (John F. Kennedy assassination)
WCWaning Crescent
WCWater Column (measure of pressure)
WCWinston Cup
WCWithout Charge
WCWireless Client
WCWeb Conference
WCWest Covina (California)
WCWhite Castle (restaurant)
WCWearable Computing
WCWind Chill
WCWind Current (US DoD)
WCWork Center
WCWabash College (Indiana)
WCWorld Cultures
WCWay Cool
WCWork Completed
WCWii Chess (video game)
WCWood Cutting (Rune-Scape)
WCLondon West Central (postcode, United Kingdom)
WCWith Contract
WCWeb Cache
WCWild Cherry
WCWaxing Crescent
WCWestern Central
WCWindows Computer
WCWord Choice (proofreading)
WCWes Craven (film director)
WCWar College
WCWheaton College (Illinois)
WCWavelength Converter (IEEE)
WCWar Child
WCWelsh Corgi
WCWest Chester University (West Chester, PA)
WCWatson-Crick (DNA model)
WCWall Covering
WCWealth Creation
WCWrite Combining
WCWeather Condition
WCWinchester Cathedral
WCWorld Conquest (gaming)
WCWesleyan Church
WCWorld Court
WCWall Calendar
WCWindows Commander
WCWellington College (UK)
WCWorld Changers
WCWater Cut
WCWire Center
WCWorld Coordinate (computer science)
WCWarren Central (High School)
WCWriter's Cramp
WCWildwood Crest (New Jersey)
WCWolf Camera
WCWesleyan Chapel
WCWorld Clubs (Northwest Airlines lounge)
WCWorks Council
WCWatch Commander (police)
WCWeapons Control
WCWorld Craft (3D mapping program)
WCWailing Caverns (World of Warcraft game)
WCWestfield College
WCWad Cutter (type of bullet)
WCWood Cutting (gaming, Rune-Scape)
WCWorthless Check (finance)
WCWaiting Child (adoptions)
WCWork Card (various nations)
WCWaynesburg College (Pennsylvania)
WCWorld Concept
WCCorrected Sweep Width
WCWest Coaster (rollercoaster website)
WCWest Commons (Everquest)
WCWideband Communications
WCWrong Chat
WCWater Charity (various locations)
WCWritten Comprehension (test)
WCWorking Circle (Sprint)
WCWeight Code (vehicle registration USA)
WCWoman Constable (UK)
WCWailing Caves (gaming, Everquest II)
WCWrite Controller
WCWarlord's Command (gaming, World of Warcraft)
WCWhite Cornish (chicken breed)
WCWelsh Council
WCWind driven Current
WCWashington Corporations
WCWithdrawal Credit
WCWars Central (video game website)
WCWraparound Counter
WCWaived with Credits
WCWork of the Chariot Trust
WCWaste Convenience
WCWasteCare Corporation
WCWog Coalition
WCWeyman Copenhagen (Copenhagen Snuff)
WCWanaruah Custodians (Australia)
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Thus, the news report appears to be objective, because it follows a format we have been taught to associate with objectivity, but subtle turns of phrase, labels, illustrations, and word choices embed the subject in larger interpretive schema.
Many micro-editing changes -- word choice, for example -- fall into the optional, "nice to have" category.
Scott is a likable character whose obsession with words and grammar is seen throughout the text in word choice and figures of speech.
They relate to the 6 Traits of Effective Writing, with strategies that focus on ideas, organization, voice, word choice, and sentence fluency.
Introducing readers to an easy-to-follow and "user-friendly" format, When Writing Workshop Isn't Working answers questions like; how do I help students who don't know what to write about?, how do I help students develop stronger vocabulary and word choice?, How do I prepare my students for standardized tests without compromising my writing program?, how should I assess student writing?, and how can I help my students use revision effectively?
This Topical Bibliography and Commentary reviews the recent research literature which focuses on writing--specifically, word choice in writing.
* A news story says, "Stanford University led the way (toward diversity and multiculturalism) in 1988, by proposing more non-Western texts in the required freshmen reading lists." Interesting word choice, freshmen.
It consists of an inquiry process that proceeds from lower to higher-order thinking skills--beginning with basic textual understanding--and through readings and questions related to the ladders of sequencing, generalizing, identifying themes, paraphrasing and summarizing, understanding emotional responses, and understanding, applying, and embedding new vocabulary or word choice. Each ladder has three rungs, and readings include nonfiction selections and fiction/nonfiction comparative analyses.
The author draws from her experience as a writer and teacher of writing workshops to develop sections on being a writer; character; plot; the "underpinnings of storytelling," such as tense and word choice; and poetry.
She shows them how to prepare for the different expectations of varied writing prompts, outline or roadmap essays before the writing begins, organize the allotted time, and collect and use examples to support arguments, with templates for introductions, conclusions, and body paragraphs, and exercises for improving sentence variety and word choice, as well as good and bad examples with commentary.
The six basic traits of effective writing have been identified as: ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, and conventions.
This novel would be a great addition when teaching word choice, character development, point of view, and theme.--Lona Trulove.