Grammar for Great Writing
Level(s):

Low-intermediate (US), Intermediate, High-intermediate

Overview

Grammar for Great Writing is a three-book series that focuses on the key grammatical and lexical elements learners need to become more powerful academic writers. Ideal for the grammar component of a writing and grammar class, Grammar for Great Writing may be used as a companion to the Great Writing series or in conjunction with any academic writing series.

  • Emphasis on the most common errors found in student writing provides a more effective approach to grammar for writing.
  • Corpus-informed vocabulary most frequently associated with the target grammar results in more fluent student writing.
  • A wide variety of editing activities refines students' writing and improves accuracy.
  • Writing samples in various rhetorical modes provide relevant practice for learners.

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Authors
Laurie Blass
Laurie Blass is a writer and editor specializing in print and digital English Language Teaching materials. She has an M.A. in Linguistics and a TESL certificate from the University of Pittsburgh and h... more
Deborah A. Mitchell
Deborah Mitchell is an experienced materials writer, instructor of English for Academic Purposes in higher education, and trainer/mentor for new teachers. She is co-author of several ESL textbooks and... more
Deborah Gordon
Deborah Gordon has been an ESL teacher, teacher trainer, program administrator, and materials writer and editor for over twenty five years. She has wo... more
Barbara Smith-Palinkas
Barbara Smith-Palinkas is an English for Academic Purposes instructor at Hillsborough Community College in Tampa, Florida, where she teaches academic writing to advanced-level students. She has co-aut... more
Lida Baker
Lida Baker is the author of more than two dozen print and digital books for students and teachers of English as a second or foreign language. Now a full-time author and editor, she previously taught E... more
Kristin Donnalley Sherman
Kristin Sherman has been an ELT teacher, teacher trainer, consultant, and course book author for more than 15 years. She regularly conducts teacher training workshops throughout Latin America and Asi... more
Robyn Brinks Lockwood
Robyn Brinks Lockwood teaches academic courses at Stanford University and is the education coordinator of the American Language and Culture summer program. She has edited and written numerous textbook... more
Series Editor
Keith Folse
Dr. Keith Folse is a Professor of TESOL at the University of Central Florida. He is the author of 57 textbooks on a variety of subjects from grammar t... more
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