Age range 12+
you ever think about the structure and arrangement of what you say and write?
And why itâ´s said and written like that and not some other how?¬â
Has anyone ever asked you to catch a red big ball? No. Because in English we would say â²big red ballâ´. Why is that? After the success of her bestselling The Australian Schoolkidsâ´ Guide to Debating and Public Speaking, Claire Duffy turns her hand to helping students write well. In this easy-to-use and fun guide to writing and grammar, children (aged 12+), their parents and teachers will learn all they need to know about the elements of grammar, punctuation, spelling and sentence construction. With practical tips and helpful step-by-step examples, this book will help students master everything from apostrophes to essay writing.
â²Any mention of grammar, punctuation and spelling can make students take fright. This clear and cheerful guide¬â makes writing easy and will soothe any fear or dread.â´ â®¬â Sue Butler AO, former editor of¬â Macquarie Dictionary