NEWS AND EVENTS
Looking for a connection to events in your community? Check out the local programs that are currently being offered in London. If you'd prefer to join an online community, subscribe to the Canadian Grammar Girl blog feed for updates on English language debates.
THE GRAMMAR DOCTOR
LATEST READER COMMENTS
HOW YOU CAN GET INVOLVED
GRAMMAR BOOK FEATURE
WHAT WE OFFER
WE'RE TALKING ABOUT GRAMMAR - JOIN THE DISCUSSION!
Promoting the value of grammar and literary enrichment can be a rewarding activity. Here are ways you can help:
• Volunteer as a tutor or reader at your local
• Read to your children regularly
• Dedicate a time of day devoted to no electronic
• Engage in social networking writing groups
Our latest book feature is a guide to help inspire and encourage young writers through the study of literature. Wondrous Words: Writers and Writing in the Elementary Classrom is a "loud" book, as the author tells us, filled with the voices of writers, young and old, experience and inexperienced.
The Canadian Grammar Girl is here to help.
As an accomplished editor and copywriter I can review your copy, draft marketing materials based on your personal needs, and offer proofreading services to enhance your final communication project. I am adept at producing creative messaging with a promotional flair. Any copy that's reviewed by the Canadian Grammar Girl reflects Canadian Press style guidelines and an adherence to plain, concise language. Call or email for a quote.
If you have a special proposal in mind, don't hesitate to contact us.
We have experience with a wide range of corporate communications including brochures, newsletters, elbasts, power point presentations, and press releases.
Poetry London February Reading featuring Ottawa poet Sandra Ridley and Toronto's DavidSeymour!
February 18, 2015 7:30 p.m. at the Landon branch of the London Public Library in Wortley Village. Arrive an hour early for pre-reading workshop with facilitator Tom Cull. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Reading by Meg Howald
Howald, a member of Crime Writers Canada will present dramatic readings from her work. Monday February 12, 2015 2 - 3 p.m.
Fanshawe College D1060. Email www.fanshawe.ca/laas for more information.
Want to comment or have a suggestion you'd like to see implemented on our site? We welcome your input. Send us an email and we will post all your questions and comments on the news archive link.
There are a number of online resources you may want to consider as you seek support for literacy initiatives, exposure to grammar testing, and volunteer opportunies.
Have a question?
Send us your query and we will be delighted to answer your question in the most efficient and accurate manner possible.Look for your topic answer on the news archive link.
Drawing on stories from classrooms, examples of student writing, and illustrations, Katie Wood Ray explains in practical terms the theoretical underpinnings of how students learn to write from their reading.