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of the English Language In Chart and List Form
The next five pages provide you – in the Visual Form of Charts – multiple (26) Reasons and Incentives why you might desire to read this book with attention, active participation, and deep reflection and how you can specifically profit from doing so. They are followed by a numbered listing of 29 further landmark contributions of this book.
Five Additional Sets of Consequences, Guidelines, Characteristics, Intelligences, and Principles 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 5 Consequences of New Method of Reading 5 Guidelines for Reading and Interpreting Literature The Return and Revival of Poetry 30 or more Intelligences of Human Beings 25 Guiding Principles for the Design of a New Approach to English
Six Additional Innovations in Grammar 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. Invention of Sentence Word Analytics Invention of Sentence Form Analytics for Writing of all kinds Invention of Descriptor as one of Five Functions of the Sentence Seven Conceptions and Definitions of Grammar Discovery and Definition of Noun of Construction Discovery and Definition of Noun Adjunct Construction
Fourteen Kinds of Assemblages 38. Extensive Assemblage of Charts and Mind Maps
39. Assemblage of excellent student and professional examples of 11 Forms of the Sentence 40. Assemblage of competent student examples of Paragraphs, notated and footnoted with all 11 Forms of Sentence 41. Assemblage of competent student examples of Expository, Narrative, Descriptive, Comparative, Cause and Effect, Classification, and Example Essays, notated and footnoted with all 11 Forms of the Sentence 42. Assemblage of competent student examples of Mid-term Exams, Final Exams, and student Autobiographies, Notated and footnoted with all 11 Forms of the Sentence. All of the above Assemblages from #39 to #42 are written by students of average to good intelligence and employ the vocabulary and language of Americans across gender, class, geographic regions, and a wide array of ethnocentric backgrounds, including Spanishspeaking, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Nigerian, and Philippine speakers. They are thus an invaluable source for other students to learn the working vocabulary of native-speaking speakers of their own age group. 43. Assemblage of essays by Professional Writers of Expository, Narrative, Descriptive, and Comparative Essay Forms 44. Assemblage of Poetry by both well-known and lesser known Poets
45. Assemblage of Photos and Line Drawings 46. Comprehensive List and Definition of all Essay Forms 47. Assorted collection of 9 Short Stories, plus 2 longer Short Stories by a professional writer. The latter two stories are remarkable for their especially effective use of Voice in Writing as well as the gift of superb storytelling 48. History and Brief Description of Precedents and Possible Prototypes of the Symphonic Assemblage 49. Initial Collective List of Literary Genres in need of further Definition and Classification 50. Comprehensive Bibliography – classified by categories – of Books relevant to instruction and reflection on the English Language 51. Essay Briefly Describing and Recommending Excellent Books about Writing. Groundbreaking Innovations in Curriculum Instruction 52. With the 11 Forms of the Sentence, for the first time a systematic method and program for teaching writing across the curriculum is available, from middle school to high school to university level
53. With the 5 Forms of Thinking, for the first time a sizable sample of a systematic method and program for teaching thinking across the curriculum is available, from middle school to high school to university level 54. With the New Method of Reading, for the first time a systematic method and program for teaching reading across the curriculum is available, from middle school to high school to university level 55. With the Introduction of Types of Assemblage, especially the Symphonic Assemblage, and numerous alternate forms such as collage, multi-genre, fusion fiction, etc., for the first time a systematic method and program for teaching across disciplines is available, from middle school to high school to university level.