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Extensive reading conjoined with writing activities as an effective component of English as a second/foreign language programs
In this paper, I will try to show how ER in a second and foreign language has become a useful and motivating way of language teaching. I will first argue that reading as a L2/FL and ER are effective ways of fluent reading. ...
Re-Spooling the mind of an angler
Paper written by Ashley Dettloff in the fall semester 2010 at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls for Dr. Greta Gaard's English 251 class. In this paper, the author examines the Ojibwa relationship to and respect for ...
Assisting Creole-English and non-standard dialect speaking students in learning standard English
In this paper I will more fully explain the history of Creole languages, describing in detail the most common Caribbean English Creole Language, Jamaican Creole, in addition to describing the various Creole Languages spoken ...
Defining "nature", "wilderness", and "identity"
Paper written by Allison Nickel in the fall semester 2010 at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls for Dr. Greta Gaard's English 228 class. In this paper, the author examines the various definitions of the ideas of ...