What To Do If You Can't Find the Right Book - A Guide for Custom Textbook Development
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Finding the right textbook for a college class should be an easy task. Depending on the course, it might be. But, what does one do when the course goals just don't line up with published textbooks currently available? This project outlines the process of surveying available materials, the process of determining what deliverables are key, and then the tying of these together in the form of a unique textbook designed especially for the class curriculum which meets the course objectives which are not available in the standard publisher's textbooks available.
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The Causes of Inappropriate Word Choice: How Effectively Polite Language Is Taught by Japanese Textbooks Used in the United States Tanaka, Ritsuko (1994)People in Japan have said that the Japanese language is a unique language which has a tendency to express things indirectly or in a roundabout way. On the other hand, the English language, as they say, is quite direct. ...