Lipscomb University: 21st Century Media (Fall 2019)

About this product

This Language Primer Course Pack is for students enrolled in 21st Century Media (Fall 2019) at Lipscomb University.

$14.95

SKU: NUDCP51-19

Description

Section Instructor: Sarah Gibson

This Language Primer Course Pack is for students enrolled in 21st Century Media (Fall 2019) at Lipscomb University.

Do you or your students struggle with the basics of composition and writing? The “Language Primer” focuses on the fundamentals, giving you unlimited access to essays, practice drills and feedback. When you’re ready, take the “final exams” for each section to see how much you’ve learned.

Whether you’re stumped by the difference between active and passive voice, unsure about which spelling of “they’re” or “there” to use or need a refresher on dangling modifiers, this course will help you write with greater confidence.

The Language Primer was specially designed to be an assessment for students in college-degree programs across the country.

What Will I Learn:

This course covers the rules and principles of grammar, punctuation and word use in the English language. It specifically addresses the following topics:

  • Dangling and misplaced modifiers
  • The case of personal pronouns such as “I” and “me”
  • Sentence structure concepts, including active and passive voice, sentence fragments and subject-verb agreement
  • Apostrophe usage with contractions, possessive pronouns and plural words
  • Comma usage
  • Essential and non-essential clauses
  • General word usage and common spelling mistakes
  • Special focus on “to/too/two” and “they’re/their/there”

Who should take this course:

This course is for anyone who struggles with the basics of English grammar, word usage and punctuation. It also can be used as a review of the fundamentals or to diagnose and correct specific problems.

Lipscomb University

Lipscomb was founded in Nashville, Tenn., in 1891 by two individuals–David Lipscomb and James A. Harding–who believed that a truly educated individual of their time could not be so without attention given to spiritual growth as well as academics. So in addition to its role as the most important guidebook in a Christian’s life, the Bible was also given an academic position along with, we suppose, the works of Aristotle, Ovid and other hallmarks of a classical education.