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High School English Teacher Writes Reference Book to Help Students Prepare for Writing Demands

A to Z Learning: WRITING Terminology and Advice for the Student Preparing for High School is the perfect start to preparing for the rigors of high school writing.

PRLog - April 29, 2012 - FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- Suzanne Kaiser, high school English teacher from Fort Wayne, Indiana, recently published a book written especially to help young students prepare for the demands of a high school English class.  "A to Z Learning: WRITING Terminology and Advice for the Student Preparing for High School" is a  reference-style book which defines, explains, and discusses fifty terms all  students show know as they strive for success at the high school level.  The author uses her twenty years of experience teaching every level of high school English from freshmen composition to  Advanced Placement Language an Composition to create this guide.  Easy to read and understand, the reference book fills the void created by the extended summer vacation.  As the demands and expectations at the high school level are ever increasing, Kaiser has made it easier for students to enter high school with confidence and knowledge. It is the author's hope that students will find this a useful tool to carry with them throughout their high school years and on into college.  As so many school systems are now providing their students with laptops and iPads, the more guidance a student can load onto this technology, the better equiped the students will be.

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