Power-Up Your Writing: Integrating Writing Skills with Health Instruction
Authors: Liller, Karen D.; Liller, David A.
Source: American Journal of Health Education, Volume 38, Number 6, November/December 2007 , pp. 374-376(3)
Abstract:Objectives: By completion of the writing lessons students will (1) use proper grammar in addressing health education topics; (2) discover common writing errors that interfere with proper planning and writing; (3) demonstrate the ability to write a persuasive logical argument related to a health topic; and (4) incorporate proper writing skills when preparing health education assignments and reports. Target Audience: Students enrolled in high school or college-level health education and related courses.
Document Type: Short communication
Publication date: 2007-11-01
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