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Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 InAlong These Lines, authors John Sheridan Biays and Carol Wershoven prepare students for the writing expectations of future courses by providing thorough, step-by-step instruction for key topics: the writing process, grammar, and research. The authorsrs" conversational tone and variety of writing activities, such as peer review and collaborative exercises, makeAlong These Linesupbeat and interesting for students as they hone their writing skills.
Table of Contents
|Writing In Stages: The Process Approach|
|Writing a Paragraph|
|Comparison and Contrast|
|Cause and Effect|
|Writing an Essay|
|Different Essay Patterns|
|Writing from Reading|
|Using Research to Strengthen Essays|
|Grammar For Writers|
|The Simple Sentence|
|Beyond theSimple Sentence: Coordination|
|Avoiding Run-On Sentences and Comma Splices|
|Beyond the Simple Sentence: Subordination|
|Avoiding Sentence Fragments|
|Using Parallelism in Sentences|
|Using Adjectives and Adverbs|
|Correcting Problems with Modifiers|
|Using Verbs Correctly|
|More on Verbs: Consistency and Voice|
|Making Subjects and Verbs Agree|
|Using Pronouns Correctly: Agreement and Reference|
|Using Pronouns Correctly: Consistency and Case|
|Punctuation: The Basics|
|Other Punctuation and Mechanics|
|Words that Sound Alike/Look Alike|
|Readings For Writers|
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