Active voices II. by. Moffett, James; Tashlik, Phyllis.
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by James Moffect, Phyllis Tashlik, James Moffett. A collection of writings by students, all based on the assignment sequences in James Moffett's Active Voice provides a powerful program.
Active Voices II book. This booklet is the teacher's guide designed to accompany Active Voices II: A Writer's Reader (Grades 7-9). See a Problem? We’d love your help. This booklet is the teacher's guide designed to accompany Active Voices.
Active Voices II : A Writer's Reader. James Moffett; Phyllis Tashlik. Published by Heinemann. ISBN 10: 0867091118 ISBN 13: 9780867091113.
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James Moffett Remembered," articles by Jan Moffett, Judy Moffett, James Brewbaker, Fran Claggett, Tom Gage, James Gray, Nancy Harray, Gloria . Active Voices II: A Writer's Reader for Grades 7-9, with Phyllis Tashlik.
James Moffett Remembered," articles by Jan Moffett, Judy Moffett, James Brewbaker, Fran Claggett, Tom Gage, James Gray, Nancy Harray, Gloria Pipkin, Robert Romano, Mary Ann Smith, Betty Jane Wagner, and Lois Weiner, California English, 3, 2 (Winter 1997). Box 1. Memorial and related. Box 8. Active Voices III: A Writer's Reader for Grades 10-12, with Patricia Wixon, Vincent Wixon, Sheridan Blau, and John Phreaner. Active Voices IV, with Miriam Baker and Charles Cooper. Coming on Center: English Education in Evolution. James Moffett w. .Active voices . Active voices two. Classifications.Active voices II. Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Active voices II from your list? Active voices II. Published 1987 by Boynton/Cook Publishers in Upper Montclair, .
Judith Moffett (born 1942) is an American author and academic. She has published poetry, nonfiction, science fiction, and translations of Swedish literature. She has been awarded grants and fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities and presented a paper on the translation of poetry at a 1998 Nobel Symposium.
From monologues and autobiography to narratives and essay, Moffett discusses particular compositional issues arising form each type of writing and provides innovative way of treating them. A new chapter, "Bridges: From Personal Writing to the Formal Essay," is included in response to demand for help with this key writing issue.