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'''Language arts''' is the generic name given to the study and improvement of language skills within the school setting. Traditionally, the primary divisions in language arts are [[literature]] and language, where language in this case refers to both [[linguistics]], and specific [[language]]s.<ref>"The Road to [[Middle-earth|Middle-Earth]]", T. A. Shippey</ref> According to the [[International Council of Teachers of English]], the five strands of the Language arts are [[Reading (process)|reading]], [[writing]], [[speaking]], listening, and viewing ([[visual literacy]]){{Citation needed|date=November 2008}}.
 
 
==Reading==
 
[[Reading (process)|Reading]], by definition, is the ability and knowledge of a language that allows comprehension by grasping the meaning of written or printed characters, words, or sentences. Reading involves a wide variety of print and nonprint texts that helps a reader gain an understanding of what is being read. Reading of texts that are often included in educational curriculum include [[fiction]], [[nonfiction]], classic, and also contemporary works. Reading goes beyond calling words to understanding the information presented in a written or a visual context.
 
 
==Composition==
 
Composition is defined as the combination of distinct parts or elements to form a whole and the manner in which these elements are combined or related. The following are examples of composing in Language Arts:
 
* The art or act of composing a [[literary]] work
 
* The structure or organization of literature
 
* A short [[essay]], especially one written as an academic exercise (an essay is a short literary composition on a particular [[Theme (literature)|theme]] or subject, usually in [[prose]] and generally analytic, speculative, or interpretative) <ref>[http://dictionary.reference.com/ Dictionary.com<!-- Bot generated title -->]</ref> There are many types of short essays, including, but not limited to:
 
#[[Five-paragraph essay]]
 
#Argumentative essay
 
#Cause and effect essay
 
#Comparative essay.
 
 
Compositions may also include:
 
* [[Narrative]] essays
 
* [[Expository]] essays
 
* [[Persuasive]] essays
 
* [[Technical writing]] essays
 
* Research essays
 
 
==References==
 
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==External links==
 
*[http://owl.english.purdue.edu/handouts/grammar/ English.purdue.edu]
 
 
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