By David Wehmeyer
The student watches a car move through a city and writes directions based on the car's route.
Writing Effective Paraphrases
By Jennifer Madej
In this learning activity you'll practice paraphrasing brief, non-fiction passages.
Writing Effective Instructions
By Elizabeth Jones
The learner will distinguish effective from ineffective approaches to writing instructions.
Writing a Topic Outline
By Dr. Rose Marie Mastricola
In this learning activity you'll generate your own speech outline from the information provided.
Writing a Sentence Outline (Video)
In this screencast, you'll examine writing a sentence outline using complete sentences for headings, subheadings, main points, and subpoints.
Writing a Sentence Outline
In this learning activity you'll practice filling out an outline and writing your own outline for a speech.
Workplace Ethics: Enforcing Rules
This interactive study guide will help students to identify recommended processes for enforcing rules on a work team.
Wide Web Central Impression Press
By Steve Utschig
Learners take a virtual tour of the wide web central impression press and read directions for the operation of each component. This object includes animation, video clips, and audio.
What's Your Point of View?
By Rosie Bunnow
Learners evaluate how well others describe their points of view in a workplace problem-solving situation. They then apply techniques for explaining their points of view as well as for gaining understanding of others' perspectives. This learning object contains audio.
What's the Context?
In this learning activity you'll differentiate between the five contexts affecting communication.
What is Sexual Harassment?
By Therese Nemec
Explore what sexual harassment is, the three conditions that constitute harassing behavior, and the four levels of sexual harassment.
What Is Integrity?
By Barbara Liang
In this interactive object, learners identify the qualities of a person with integrity. They also list the qualities that they themselves possess.
What Is Color?
In this animated and interactive lesson, learners examine additive and subtractive color theories.
By Pamela West
The student sees a list of 30 of the most often misspelled words used in business. In one exercise, the student listens to each word and then keys in the spelling of that word. In the next exercise, the student matches synonyms.
In this animated activity, learners observe how a viscometer operates.
By Tracy Helixon
In this interactive object, learners read about words that give information about another word in a sentence. Students also practice placing modifiers in sentences in drag and drop exercises.
Using Imperatives (Commands)
By Sandy Eyler
In this learning object you'll convert descriptive phrases into imperative sentences.
Using Commas in a Series - Verbs
By Fay Wagner
In this learning activity you'll review the rule for using commas to divide verbs written in a series and do an interactive exercise.
Using Commas In a Series - Nouns
In this learning activity you'll review the rules for using commas to divide nouns written in a series and complete an activity.
Using Commas in a Series - Adjectives
In this learning activity you'll review the rules for placement of commas in a series of adjectives and then apply what you've learned in an interactive practice.
Using Commas in a Series
Students read about the rules for using commas to divide nouns, verbs, and adjectives when the words are written in a series. They insert commas in a practice exercise and receive immediate feedback.
Using "They're," "There," and "Their" Correctly
By Joan Hoffmann
In this learning activity you'll review and practice using "they're," "there," and "their" correctly.
Using "Lie" and "Lay" Correctly
Students view examples of the correct usage of the verbs "lie" and "lay." They then practice using the verbs in a drag-and-drop exercise.
Using "At," "On," and "In" for Time
By Carol Mennen
Students read about when to use the prepositions "at," "on," and "in" to refer to time. They complete practice sentences using these prepositions.
Using "Borrow" and "Lend" Correctly
In this learning activity you'll review the usage of "borrow" and "lend."