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How do you prepare your students for their future writing courses? "Along These Lines" will help you prepare your students by providing the best writing process coverage found in a basic writing series! The fourth edition continues this step-by-step instruction by: - Integrating the writing process throughout EVERY writing chapter - Including peer review and collaborative exercises - Adding a new appendix on the research process Look inside for even more details on how the "Along These Lines "writing series better prepares students for their future writing courses!
Table of Contents
|The Simple Sentence|
|Beyond the Simple Sentence: Coordination|
|Avoiding Run-On Sentences and Comma Splices|
|Beyond the Simple Sentence: Subordination|
|Combining Sentences: A Review of Your Options|
|Avoiding Sentence Fragments|
|Using Parallelism in Sentences|
|Using Adjectives and Adverbs|
|Correcting Problems with Modifiers|
|Verbs: The Four Main Verbs|
|More on Verb Tenses|
|Verbs: Consistency and Voice|
|Making Subjects and Verbs Agree|
|Using Pronouns Correctly: Agreement and Reference|
|Using Pronouns Correctly: Consistency and Case|
|Words that Sound Alike/Look Alike|
|Using Prepositions Correctly|
|Writing in Steps: The Process Approach|
|Writing a Paragraph: Pre-writing-Generating Ideas|
|Writing a Paragraph: Planning-Devising a Draft|
|Writing a Paragraph: Drafting-Writing and Revising the Drafts|
|Writing a Paragraph: Polishing and Proofreading|
|Writing a Narrative Paragraph|
|Writing a Descriptive Paragraph|
|Writing an Illustration Paragraph|
|Writing a Process Paragraph|
|Moving from Paragraphs to Essays|
|Writing from Reading|
|Reading Selections to Accompany the Writing Chapters|
|Grammar Practice for Nonnative Speakers|
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