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Combining streamlined, basic writing instruction with outstanding accessibility, THE COLLEGE WRITER is an all-in-one writing resource for students at any skill level. The clear visual format helps students grasp larger concepts by linking them to pertinent examples. Throughout the text, numerous student and professional writing samples highlight important features of academic writing, from voice to documentation, and offer students models for their own papers. This edition also features new Cross-Curricular Connections that explain how particular modes of writing or types of research relate to a specific discipline in the college curriculum, preparing students for success across the academic spectrum.
Table of Contents
|A Rhetoric: College Student's Guide to Writing|
|Critical Thinking Through Reading, Viewing, and Writing|
|Beginning the Writing Process|
|Editing and Proofreading|
|Submitting Your Writing and Creating Portfolios|
|One Writer's Process|
|A Reader: Strategies and Models|
|Forms of College Writing|
|Narration and Description|
|"That Morning on the Prairie"|
|"Sunday in the Park"|
|Description and Reflection|
|"The Stream in the Ravine"|
|"Call Me Crazy But I Have to Be Myself"|
|"American Dream Boat"|
|Cause and Effect|
|"If You Let Me Play..."|
|"The Legacy of Generation N"|
|"Our Tired, Our Poor, Our Kids"|
|Comparison and Contrast|
|"Two Views of the River"|
|"Shrouded in Contradiction"|
|"Three Family Cancers"|
|"Four Ways to Talk About Literature"|
|"No Wonder They Call Me a Bitch"|
|"Downloading Photographs from the MC-150 Digital Camera" (from WFB)|
|"Campus Racism 101"|
|"Love and Race"|
|"Economic Disparities Fuel Human Trafficking"|
|"Deft or Daft"|
|Strategies for Argumentation|
|Taking a Position|
|"An Apology for the Life of Ms|
|Barbie D. Doll"|
|"Apostles of Hatred Find It Easy to Spread Their Message"|
|Persuading Readers to Act|
|"To Drill or Not to Drill"|
|"I Have a Dream"|
|"The Media's Image of Arabs"|
|"In Africa, AIDS Has a Woman's Face"|
|Proposing a Solution|
|"Preparing for Agroterror"|
|"Uncle Sam and Aunt Samantha"|
|"The Media and the Ethics of Cloning"|
|"The Dead Business"|
|Lab, Experiment, and Field Reports|
|"Working with Hydrochloric Acid"|
|"The Effects of Temperature and Inhibitors on the Fermentation Process for Ethanol"|
|Writing About Literature and the Arts|
|" 'Good Country People': Broken Body, Broken Soul,"|
|" 'Let Evening Come': An Invitation to the Inevitable"|
|"Sigur Ros Agaetis Byrjun"|
|"Terror on the Silver Screen: Who Are the Aliens?"|
|Taking Essay Tests|
|Writing for the Workplace|
|Writing and Designing for the Web|
|Preparing Oral Presentations|
|Research and Writing|
|Getting Started: From Planning Research to Evaluating Sources|
|Conducting Primary and Library Research|
|Conducting Research on the Internet|
|Drafting a Paper with Documented Research|
|MLA Documentation Format|
|APA Documentation Format|
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