Writer's Way / Edition 8

Writer's Way / Edition 8

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by Jack Rawlins
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0495911445

ISBN-13: 2900495911448

Pub. Date: 01/01/2011

Publisher: Cengage Learning

Recognizing that people learn best by doing and writers learn best when inspired by compelling reasons to write this process-centered paperback rhetoric with readings provides strong examples and immediate personal rewards. With frank advice offered in a supportive, encouraging tone, this text leads students through the writing process, from pre-writing to polishing

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Recognizing that people learn best by doing and writers learn best when inspired by compelling reasons to write this process-centered paperback rhetoric with readings provides strong examples and immediate personal rewards. With frank advice offered in a supportive, encouraging tone, this text leads students through the writing process, from pre-writing to polishing the final draft.

Students will appreciate the focus on personal motivation and detailed help on overcoming writers' most common problems. The text's flexible organization permits a variety of teaching emphases, from invention, arrangement, and style to modes of writing.

  • The book illustrates all its principles with student essays 52 complete essays, plus many excerpts providing achievable models for student writers as well as realistic opportunities for editing.
  • A Writer's Workshop at the end of many chapters shows student writing in progress and discusses practical writing issues.
  • A section on academic writing provides general advice along with discussion of various types of academic writing.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2900495911448
Publisher:
Cengage Learning
Publication date:
01/01/2011
Edition description:
Older Edition
Pages:
448

Table of Contents

Prologue. Part I: INTRODUCTION TO WRITING. 1. Learning to Write. 2. What Makes Writing Effective? 3. Writing in School: An Introduction. Part II: PLANNING AND DRAFTING. 4. Choosing Topics and Getting Started. 5. Thesis, Purpose, and Audience. 6. Style and Tone. 7. Organization: Mapping, Outlining, and Abstracting. Part III: REVISING AND EDITING. 8. The Spirit of Revising. 9. Beginning, Ending, and Titling. 10. Peer Feedback. 11. Editing. Part IV: FORMS OF WRITING: THREE KEY GENRES. 12. Personal Writing. 13. Writing to Inform. 14. Writing an Argument, Stage 1: Thinking Critically. 15. Writing an Argument, Stage 2: Selling the Case. Part V: ACADEMIC WRITING. 16. Research. 17. Using Sources. 18. The Academic Research Paper. Part VI: A COLLECTION OF GOOD WRITING.

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