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Interacting with Texts
Chapters 6 & 8: The ReadingWriting Connection
Reading at the post-secondary level is
not a passive process but an
interactive one involving
a relationship between you and the text
you are reading.
How to R
DEVELOPING AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Annotated bibliographies are helpful tools when researching or writing a research paper. They allow you to
organize your sources in ways that may otherwise be difficult.
With annotated bibliographies, you are able to e
Grammar: Part 3
I love you
I want to marry you.
Subject & Predicate Refresher
Using punctuation with sentences
I love you .
: ; I want to marry you.
Grammar: Part 6
A misplaced modifier attaches itself
to a word, phrase or clause
different from the one the writer
Only I wish Gina had been the winner.
I only wish Gina had been the winner.
I wish only Gina
Grammar: Part 4
means consistency in number
(singular or plural) between your subject
Predication means putting together a
subject and predicate logically
Agreement & Predication
Tom and Jodi
M EM O R A N D U M
REPORT ANNOTATED REFERENCE LIST (5%)
Below is the annotated reference list for my report on the topic of happiness in the workplace. I
intend to answer the question
Grammar Part 7
Parallelism is a balance of two
or more similar words,
phrases, or clauses.
Derrick has a cat and a dog.
He feeds, grooms, and walks them daily.
She searched behind the desk and in the drawer.
Pairs and series
NORTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF
ACADEMIC REGULATIONS AND PROCEDURES
July 1, 2016
To be the most relevant and responsive post-secondary institution in Canada
and one of the worlds leading polytechnics.
We treat each other w
COMM1101 COURSE POLICIES AND RULES
Class attendance and participation:
Contact your instructor by email if you will be absent from class.
Please arrive on time for class to avoid disrupting the rest of the class.
Assignments need to
A Student's Perspective
Prepared by Meghan Engele
The Oxford English Dictionary defines plagiarism as, the practice of taking someone elses
work or ideas and passing them off as ones own (Oxford, ). This is a very general and
Chapter 1 Basics
Pre-writing: Audience &
? Who is receiving my message?
? Will the audience accept my message
? What do I hope to achieve?
? Why am I sending this message?
? How sho
COURSE NAME: Communications I
COURSE CODE: COMM1101
This course introduces the student to the complexities of written and oral communication. The students learn business writing
strategies and techniques to comm
JRSB125 MIDTERM REVIEW - 2014
1) If you do one thing, you usually give up the chance to do something else. This is called "opportunity cost."
2) Financial advisers are in demand because most people lack understanding or are not inte
Tuesdays 10.15 to 12.05 (CAT102)
Section A17 Thursday 8.15-10.05
Section A18 Thursday 10.15-12.05
Windows 7 or higher
Parts of Speech
Grammar: Part 1
Nouns & Pronouns: person, place
Verbs: the action
On-campus: Writing Tutoring Services (all
Study Skills, Writing and Grammar
Workshops (fall and winter)
Online: E-Tutor Alberta (all year round)
Free Writing Tutoring
Understanding the assignment
Course Timeline Fall 2016 Comm1101 A17 and A18
Jackie Quantz email@example.com
Tuesdays 10:15 to 12:15 and Thursdays 8:15 to 10:15 (A17) OR 10:15 to 12:15 (A18)
September 6-9: THE WRITING PROCESS
JR Shaw School of Business Plagiarism Policy
According to NAITs Summary of Academic Procedures, the penalty for plagiarism is as follows:
When plagiarism is extensive and/or when it is a repeat offence:
Recommend expulsion from the program (2-year wait fo