Writing in education -- Writing an essay -- Writing a professional summary, critique and review, and literature review -- Writing a formal letter, newsletter, e-mail, and other reports and memos -- Using tables and figures -- Documenting sources -- Writing with style -- Grammar and common errors in usage -- Punctuation and style treatments -- Misused words and phrases -- Giving an oral presentation -- Active listening, group work, and co-operative learning -- Writing a curriculum vitae, resumé, and cover letter -- Creating an education portfolio and reflective writing -- Curriculum planning and reporting of student work.
"The Making Sense series offers clear, concise guides to research and writing for students at all levels of undergraduate study. The volumes in the Making Sense series--covering the humanities courses, social sciences, life sciences, engineering, psychology, religious studies, and education--are intended for students in any undergraduate course with a research and writing component, but are especially appropriate for those at the first-year level. Intended for education students, Making Sense in Education provides detailed information on proper grammar, punctuation, writing styles for a variety of formats, and APA documentation while also addressing education-specific topics such as preparing feedback for students, creating education portfolios, active listening while communicating with parents, curriculum planning, and more. This revised edition includes more education-specific examples throughout, a new appendix with online resources for further reading, and an expanded glossary to help students throughout their academic and teaching careers."--