A Troubleshooting Guide for Writers: Strategies and Process / Edition 5

A Troubleshooting Guide for Writers: Strategies and Process / Edition 5

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by Barbara Fine Clouse
     
 

ISBN-10: 0073533181

ISBN-13: 9780073533186

Pub. Date: 11/16/2007

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The

A Troubleshooting Guide for Writers is a compendium of strategies for handling all aspects of writing, from prewriting through editing. Designed for use independently by students as a resource book or as an in-class text, A Troubleshooting Guide for Writers helps students discover specific strategies for improving their writing processes and for

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A Troubleshooting Guide for Writers is a compendium of strategies for handling all aspects of writing, from prewriting through editing. Designed for use independently by students as a resource book or as an in-class text, A Troubleshooting Guide for Writers helps students discover specific strategies for improving their writing processes and for solving specific writing problems. Known for its concise, effective coverage and student-friendly style, A Troubleshooting Guide for Writers offers an exceptional variety of writing strategies for students.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780073533186
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date:
11/16/2007
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x (h) x 0.40(d)

Table of Contents

A Troubleshooting Guide for Writers: Strategies and Process, Fifth Edition

Myths About Writing: An Introduction
Part One: A Troubleshooting Guide to Prewriting

Chapter One: "I Don't Know What to Write."

Chapter Two: "How Do I Write a Thesis?"

Chapter Three: "How Do I Get My Ideas to Fit Together?"
Part Two: A Troubleshooting Guide to Drafting

Chapter Four: "I Know What I Want to Say, But I Can't Say It."

Chapter Five: "I'm Having Trouble With My Introduction."

Chapter Six: "How Do I Back Up What I Say?"

Chapter Seven: "I Don't Know How To End."

Chapter Eight: "I Can't Think of the Right Word."
Part Three: A Troubleshooting Guide to Revising

Chapter Nine: "I Thought my Draft was Better Than This."

Chapter Ten: "I Don't Know What to Change."

Chapter Eleven: "Is It Cheating if Someone Helps Me?"

Chapter Twelve: "My Ideas Seem All Mixed Up."

Chapter Thirteen: "My Draft is too Short."

Chapter Fourteen: "My Draft is too Long."

Chapter Fifteen: "My Writing Seems Boring."

Chapter Sixteen: "My Writing Sounds Choppy."
Part IV: A Troubleshooting Guide to Editing

Chapter Seventeen: "I Don't Find My Mistakes."

Chapter Eighteen: "I Used a Period and a Capital Letter, So Why Isn't This a Sentence?"

Chapter Nineteen: "How Can This be a Run-on or a Comma Splice? It's Not Even Long."

Chapter Twenty: "It is I; It is Me-What's the Difference?"

Chapter Twenty-One: "How do I Know Which Verb Form to Use?"

Chapter Twenty-Two: "I'm Unsure About Modifiers."

Chapter Twenty-Three: "Can't I Just Place a Comma Wherever I Pause?"

Chapter Twenty-Four: "What if I Want to Quote Somebody?"

Chapter Twenty-Five: "I Have Trouble with Apostrophes."

Chapter Twenty-Six: "I Never Know What to Capitalize."

Chapter Twenty-Seven: "I Can't Spell."
Part V: A Troubleshooting Guide to Research

Chapter Twenty-Eight: "How Do I Find Good Sources-and Why Do I Need Them?"

Chapter Twenty-Nine: "What Do I Do with the Sources I Find?"

Chapter Thirty: "What Does an Essay With Sources Look Like?"
Appendixes
Appendix A: "English is Not My First Language"
Appendix B: "I Get Nervous Writing in Class"
Appendix C: "I Need a Writing Topic"
Index

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