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1. The Writing Process.
2. Preparing to Write.
3. Building a Framework: Thesis and Organization.
4. Introducing the Essay.
5. Developing Body Paragraphs.
6. Concluding the Essay.
7. Revising, Proofreading, and Formatting.
8. Showing and Telling: Description, Narration, and Example.
9. Limiting and Ordering Definition, Classification, and Process.
10. Examining Logical Connections: Comparison-Contrast, Cause-Effect, and Argument.
11. Writing a Summary.
12. Writing a Research Paper.
PART II: GRAMMAR.
13. Verbs and Subjects.
14. Subject-Verb Agreement.
15. Run-on Sentences.
16. Sentence Fragments.
17. Pronoun Case.
18. Pronoun Agreement, Reference, and Point of View.
19. Misplaced and Dangling Modifiers.
20. Parallel Structure.
21. Verb Shifts.
23. Other Punctuation.
24. Word Choice.
25. Words Commonly Confused.
26. Capital Letters.
28.Quotation Marks, Underlining, and Italics.
PART III: READINGS.
Complaining, Maya Angelou.
Two Ways of Seeing a River, Mark Twain.
Growing Up Bilingual, Sara Gonzalez.
The Game of My Life, Jeff Obafemi Carr.
Rebel with a Dye Job, Sono Motoyama.
When Words Get in the Way, Athlone G. Clarke.
Letting in Light, Patricia Raybon.
Coping with Procrastination, Roberta Moore, Barbara Baker, and Arnold H. Packer.
Migraine Blues, Candace Dyer.
The Right to Die, Norman Cousins.
The Brutal Business of Boxing, John Head.
Date Rape: Exposing Dangerous Myths, John J. Macionis.
Education Unplugged, Floyd Allen.
Should College Athletes Be Paid? Steve Wulf.
Reading, Writing, and… Ethics? Larry Fennelly.