I am looking for flexible, free-lance editing positions from home. I have a BA (Edinburgh) and also two years tertiary French from the University of NSW. I have taught French and English and also completed a section of ESL (English as a second language). I also completed a year’s secretarial course in Edinburgh. Therefore, the positions that I am seeking are in Australia, particularly remote areas of Victoria. Can you help me? Many thanks
This guide provides teachers with strategies for helping students understand the differences between persuasive writing and evidence-based argumentation. Students become familiar with the basic components of an argument and then develop their understanding by analyzing evidence-based arguments about texts. Students then generate evidence-based arguments of texts using a variety of resources. Links to related resources and additional classroom strategies are also provided. Designed for grades 6-12.
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