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The authors distinguish between prosodic functions (what the prosody does) and prosodic forms (what the prosody is). The... see more

This tutorial goes hand in hand with the Citation Machine that guides students in correct citation procedures. The... see more

This site is subtitled:"Technology in the Classroom: Teaching the first digital generation." At Web English, teacher... see more

This site gives education in all facets of writing. While focused on the needs of students, the site has useful... see more

This is a fully online course in Folklore-Mythology offered by the University of Oklahoma. All course readings are... see more

This is a simple to use blog site that is great for student based journaling & blogging and can be easily regulated by... see more

A collection of advice about how to do research and how to communicate effectively (primarily for computer scientists).

This page defines an Annotated Bibliography and instructs a student how to prepare one to evaluate research materials and... see more

"Is writing simply a gift to a few, or is it a skill we can teach? In a world of instant information, sound bites, and... see more

This is a guide to writing essays in sections: outline, analyse, conclusion, editing, introduction, planning, research,... see more

(1) Original materials for learning phonetics; (2) Language and linguistics links; (3) ESL listening practice; (4) Poetry

Norton Introduction to Literature website includes workshops, a glossary, quizzes, and comprehension questions. Access to... see more

Site gives tips on writing papers in philosophy. From the author: "You are invited to follow a series of links to pages... see more

Poetry Magic is a resource centre for the theory and craft of writing and analysing poetry. What is poetry? How does it... see more

This site provides tables, tutorials, links and numerous cross-links about poetic meter and structure.

A poetry site about the creative process. Famous poets are asked to write a poem on a specific topic in fifteen minutes.... see more

An interactive exercise on the kind of words which are, and which are not, suitable to use when writing an acaddemic... see more

Users can trace and explore the evolution of the spoken and written word. The site features links to audio explanations... see more

Tutorial on indpendent and dependent clauses.  The tutorial also covers subordinate conjunctions to combine the clauses.... see more

Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) is a pedagogical movement that began in the 80s as a response to a perceived... see more

College Commas is an interactive tutorial of comma usage. Beyond mere grammar, however, learning these comma uses helps... see more

'The Grammar App uses a new approach - that of an Interactive Book with an easy to learn format and a simple step by step... see more

This is a Stand Alone Instructional Resource (StAIR) analizing Shakespearean English in the context of a "Julius Caesar."... see more

'Literary Analysis Guide I is an essential tool for anyone studying literature or rhetoric in high school or college.... see more