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Table of Contents
1. Flourishing in a College Writing Class
2. A Process for Composing
3. Finding Ideas
4. Using Sources With Integrity
5. Analyzing Arguments and Engaging With Sources
6. Organizing and Shaping Texts
7. Drafting a Paper, Connecting With Audiences
8. Revising With Style
9. MLA Documentation
10. APA, CSE, and CMS Documentation
11. Editing and Proofreading Your Work
12. Grammar, Punctuation, and Mechanics