If you have students who wish to build on their vocabulary acquisition skills, improve their academic writing skills, and become more confident and successful readers, From Reading to Writingis the ideal pedagogical tool. This four-level, researched-based course provides a complete sequence of high-interest, thematically connected activities that fully integrate reading and writing. Timeless themes engage students and allow for recycling of ideas and vocabulary, while engaging readings provide a springboard for writing activities. Features: Explicit reading and writingskill instruction guides students to become better learners. Contextualized writing modelsand carefully crafted exercises direct students through the writing process. Step-by-step process writingassignments with peer feedback, editing, and revising help students master common academic genres and rhetorical forms. Target corpus-based vocabularyfrom researched sources ensures that students learn the vocabulary they need most. ProofWriterTM,an online writing-assessment tool from ETS: Provides students with immediate individual feedback on Grammar, Usage, Style and Mechanics. Teachers can focus their feedback on higher-level writing skills. Online Teacher’s Manualsinclude answer keys and unit tests. Click on the links below for the other levels of From Reading to Writing: From Reading to Writing 1 From Reading to Writing 2 From Reading to Writing 4
Unit One Around the World
Chapter 1 Cultural Roles
Chapter 2 The Land of Smiles
Unit Two A Special Animal
Chapter 3 Four Animals or One?
Chapter 4 The Beautiful Stranger
Unit Three The Art and Science of Food
Chapter 5 Science in the Kitchen
Chapter 6 The Art of Food
Unit Four Memory
Chapter 7 Memory Methods
Chapter 8 Smell, Memory, and Sales
Unit Five Housing
Chapter 9 Cohousing
Chapter 10 The Micro-Compact Home
Unit Six The Art of Medicine
Chapter 11 One Doctor, One Patient, Two Different Worlds
Chapter 12 An Artist and a Doctor
Unit Seven The Working World
Chapter 13 Doing Business in the United Kingdom
Chapter 14 E-Mail: Terrific Tool or Time-Waster?
Unit Eight What's Next?
Chapter 15 Is 50 the New 30, and 70 the New 50?
Chapter 16 Millennials in the Workforce
Punctuation and Capitalization