[Edprof] New Editing Text

Gaylon Murray murrayge at gram.edu
Fri Aug 15 08:56:07 PDT 2008

Speaking of texts, Effective Editing is now available from Marquette
Books. Please contact the publisher for a review copy.

Gene Murray, Author



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From: edprof-bounces at editteach.org [mailto:edprof-bounces at editteach.org]
On Behalf Of Gene Foreman
Sent: Friday, August 15, 2008 8:34 AM
To: 'Charlyne Berens'; edprof at editteach.org
Subject: Re: [Edprof] how much terminology is enough?


Thanks to Charlyne for adding two essential items to the list I tossed
out. Also, it occurs to me that I should have mentioned Working With
Words by the Missouri Group as a worthy text.



From: edprof-bounces at editteach.org [mailto:edprof-bounces at editteach.org]
On Behalf Of Charlyne Berens
Sent: Friday, August 15, 2008 9:07 AM
To: edprof at editteach.org
Subject: [Edprof] how much terminology is enough?


Amen to everything Gene says!

	But I'd add one more thing. Students need to know the difference
between an independent and dependent clause so they know why they do or
don't need that comma before "and."

Oh, and yet another thing they need to know: the difference between a
regular coordinating conjunction like "and" or "but" and conjunctive
adverbs like "however" so that student understand they can't just
substitute "however" for "but" and pretend all is well.

I agree that "When Words Collide" is an excellent text/resource for
journalism students. We use it in all our writing and reporting and
editing classes here at UNL.
Charlyne Berens



Charlyne Berens, Ph.D.
News-Editorial Department
College of Journalism and Mass Communications
University of Nebraska
238 Andersen Hall
Lincoln, NE 68588-0474
(402) 472-8241

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