Fearless Freewriting is a comforting instruction book written by adult learners for adult learners. It provides a very clear explanation of the technique:
"Freewriting is putting words on paper without worrying about grammar or spelling or getting things right." The book addresses common fears about writing and how to overcome them, and talks about the advantages of freewriting. The authors point out the benefits to learners not only in their writing, but also in their personal lives.
"When the words you write come from your own thinking, then writing is a way to express yourself. We find that freewriting helps us to learn about the things that are on our minds." They offer both suggestions for teachers using freewriting in class and encouragement for reluctant writers. As it is written by adult learners, this book is clear and simple and would be useful to anyone, whether teacher or learner, native speaker or not.
Not only practical, this book has a lot of personality.
|Peppercorn Book Number: 701-0003|
|Publisher: Learning at the Centre Press|
|Place of Publication: Edmonton, AB, Canada|
|Year of Publication: 2000|
|Size: 5.25 x 8.25 inches, portrait|
|Length: 24 pages|