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TTC Video-Building Great Sentences:写出超级英文句子

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TTC Video - Building Great Sentences

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TTC视频讲座 - 构建伟大句子[转贴]
电子学习 - DVDRIP | AVI |?24x30分钟| XVID640х480?921 Kbps的平均| 4.44 GB
音频:英语| MP3立体声?105 Kbps的
讲座中,语法和修辞,造句,修辞格

伟大的写作开始和结束的句子。
无论是两个词(“耶稣哭了。”)或1287字(一个句子威廉·福克纳的押沙龙!押沙龙!“),句子的力量吸引着,娱乐,激励,教育,和,最重要的是,喜悦。
了解各种方法来构造句子,从最小的条款的最长的句子,重要的是加强对你的赞赏伟大的作品,并有可能提高自己的。

有关讲座的详细信息。

为什么有些冗长的句子流毫不费力,而其他跌跌撞撞吗?
为什么你迷住了特定的作者,但不是别人的写作吗?
你怎么能制作的句子,反映自己的独特的世界观,人生观?
写作和风格建设的句子:探索作家的手艺,一个活泼的24讲座教授兰登教授布鲁克斯大学的爱荷华州之一,全国最大的书面学校的这些问题和其他问题的答案。您探索无数的方法,使我们想想,说说,并写句子。您什么使愉快的阅读中发现的见解。您还将学习如何应用这些方法来自己的写作。
建设的句子复苏的句子为导向的方法来研究写作。不同于常见的螺母和螺栓讨论写作的方法,本课程提供了一个更大的背景是什么使句子巨大。您探讨如何认识你阅读和写作的句子的机制,你学习语言如何适用于你的思想和情感,你会发现基本的策略,以提高你的能力,认识到伟大的句子,使自己的日常书写更有效的。
认识和欣赏这些和其他大开眼界方面的句子,可以帮助您了解的工作,进入建立一个有效的,愉快的句子。随着新学到的知识,获得的建设的句子,你变得更加知道为什么特别是线,通道,或短语中的诗歌,小说,或您阅读文章的附魔。
向大师学习
建设的句子,吸引大量的例子辉煌的作家谁是大师的工艺,包括唐·德里罗,弗吉尼亚·伍尔夫,琼·迪迪翁,塞缪尔·约翰逊的工作。他们的小说,散文,短篇小说也经常引用来说明如何句子可以梳理,惊讶的是,测试,并满足你。
避免密集语法
建设的句子为您提供与写作工艺的关键洞察,但它永远不会成为一个沉闷的语法课。相反,课程设计作为研究的句子散文风格和写作理论的大框架内。
语法仅用于写作,以解决更大的问题,检查各种句子形式的奖励(和潜在的风险),你永远不会成为陷入了一个密集的语法研究。
你的注意力集中在这些不同的句子形式的原因,以及如何用语言来达到特定的目标,而不是对标记一个句子的部分。一个彻底的和有用的研究是什么让优雅和有效的写作兰登教授指出,不能单靠在语法上。


教授:布鲁克斯兰登
生产地:美国
运行时间:24 x 30分钟

1。单词序列
2。语法和修辞
3。命题和意义
4。句子如何成长
5。形容词的步骤
6。累积语法的节奏
7。修改方向
8。坐标,下属和混合模式
9。协调累积的句子
10。下属和混合Cumulatives
11。提示的比较
12。提示的说明
13。散文的节奏之谜
14。累积的语法来制造悬念
15。度Suspensiveness
16。力学延迟
17。预制模式悬疑
18。平衡句和均衡的形式
19。成双成对的节奏
20。节奏的三分球
21。平衡系列和串行余额
22。主句
23。句序列
24。句子与散文风格

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?楼主| 发表于 2012-11-17 00:34:43 | 只看该作者
TTC Video Lectures - Building Great Sentences [Repost]
eLearning - DVDRip | AVI | ~24x30 min | XviD 640х480 ~921 Kbps avg | 4.44 GB
audio: English | MP3 stereo ~105 Kbps
Lecture, Grammar and Rhetoric, Sentences, Speach

Great writing begins—and ends—with the sentence.
Whether two words ("Jesus wept.") or 1,287 words (a sentence in William Faulkner's Absalom! Absalom!), sentences have the power to captivate, entertain, motivate, educate, and, most importantly, delight.
Understanding the variety of ways to construct sentences, from the smallest clause to the longest sentence, is important to enhancing your appreciation of great writing and potentially improving your own.

Full info about lectures

Why do some lengthy sentences flow effortlessly while others stumble along?
Why are you captivated by the writing of particular authors but not others?
How can you craft sentences that reflect your own unique outlook on the world?
Get the answers to these and other questions about writing and style in Building Great Sentences: Exploring the Writer's Craft, a lively 24-lecture course taught by Professor Brooks Landon from the University of Iowa—one of the nation's top writing schools. You explore the myriad ways in which we think about, talk about, and write sentences. You discover insights into what makes for pleasurable reading. You also learn how you can apply these methods to your own writing.
Building Great Sentences revives the sentence-oriented approach to studying writing. Unlike common nuts-and-bolts approaches to discussing writing, this course provides a greater context for what makes sentences great. You investigate how to recognize the mechanics of the sentences you read and write, you learn how language works on your thoughts and emotions, and you discover basic strategies to sharpen your ability to recognize great sentences and make your own everyday writing more effective.
Recognizing and appreciating these and other eye-opening aspects of sentences helps you understand the work that goes into creating an effective, pleasurable sentence. With the newfound knowledge gained from Building Great Sentences, you become more aware of why particular lines, passages, or phrases in the poems, novels, or articles you read so enchant you.
Learn from the Masters
Building Great Sentences draws abundantly on examples from the work of brilliant writers who are masters in the craft of writing, including Don DeLillo, Virginia Woolf, Joan Didion, and Samuel Johnson. Their novels, essays, and short stories are frequently cited to illustrate how sentences can tease, surprise, test, and satisfy you.
Avoid Dense Grammar
Building Great Sentences provides you with key insights into the craft of writing, but it never becomes a dull grammar lesson. Rather, the course is designed as a study of sentences within the larger framework of prose style and writing theory.
Grammar is only used to address larger issues about writing; as you examine the rewards (and potential risks) of various sentence forms, you never become bogged down in a study of dense grammar.
You focus on why and how these various sentence forms use language to achieve particular goals, not on labeling parts of a sentence. A thorough and helpful study of what makes for elegant and effective writing, notes Professor Landon, cannot depend solely on grammar.


professor: Brooks Landon
production land: USA
Run time: ~24 x 30 min

1. A Sequence of Words
2. Grammar and Rhetoric
3. Propositions and Meaning
4. How Sentences Grow
5. Adjectival Steps
6. The Rhythm of Cumulative Syntax
7. Direction of Modification
8. Coordinate, Subordinate, and Mixed Patterns
9. Coordinate Cumulative Sentences
10. Subordinate and Mixed Cumulatives
11. Prompts of Comparison
12. Prompts of Explanation
13. The Riddle of Prose Rhythm
14. Cumulative Syntax to Create Suspense
15. Degrees of Suspensiveness
16. The Mechanics of Delay
17. Prefab Patterns for Suspense
18. Balanced Sentences and Balanced Forms
19. The Rhythm of Twos
20. The Rhythm of Threes
21. Balanced Series and Serial Balances
22. Master Sentences
23. Sentences in Sequence
24. Sentences and Prose Style
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