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Pronouns (Slides), Angela Gulick Oct 2018

Pronouns (Slides), Angela Gulick

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These slides identify when to use pronouns and provide a list of frequently used pronouns Also covers indefinite pronouns, pronoun agreement, with a note on "it" and "they." Lastly, the slides provide instructions for how to monitor pronoun use in Microsoft Word.


Verb Tenses (Handout), Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Verb Tenses (Handout), Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

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This instructional handout highlights verb tense (past, present, and future) and discusses verb tense agreement errors and irregular verbs.


Verb Tenses (Video And Slides), Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Verb Tenses (Video And Slides), Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

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This video with downloadable slides discusses the various forms of verb tense and addresses errors that can occur in writing.


Singulars And Plurals, Lori Williams, Sally Wallace, Parkland College Center For Academic Succes Jan 2018

Singulars And Plurals, Lori Williams, Sally Wallace, Parkland College Center For Academic Succes

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This instructional handout provides information on singular and plural nouns and pronouns and the appropriate use of apostrophes when making nouns possessive.


Point Of View (Handout), Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Point Of View (Handout), Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

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This instructional handout identifies the three types of point of view in writing.


Point Of View (Video And Slides), Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Point Of View (Video And Slides), Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

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This instructional video with downloadable slides identifies the different points of view in writing.


Conciseness And Clarity, Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Conciseness And Clarity, Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

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This instructional handout offers guidelines for writing in a more concise and clear manner.


Agreement (Handout), Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Agreement (Handout), Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

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Subject And Verb Agreement (Video And Slides), Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Subject And Verb Agreement (Video And Slides), Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

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This instructional video with downloadable slides review subject, verb, and pronoun agreement and suggests ways to correct sentence structure errors.


Active And Passive Voice (Video And Slides), Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Active And Passive Voice (Video And Slides), Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

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This instructional video with downloadable slides distinguishes between passive and active voice and advises when to use them in writing.


Pronouns (Handout), Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Pronouns (Handout), Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

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This instructional handout addresses some common pitfalls when using pronouns in writing and makes suggestions for how to correct these errors.


Active And Passive Voice (Handout), Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success Jan 2018

Active And Passive Voice (Handout), Angela Gulick, Parkland College Center For Academic Success

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This instructional handout distinguishes the difference between active and passive voice in writing, and suggests using active voice unless instructed otherwise, most notably in scientific writing.