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Guidelines : A Cross-Cultural Reading/Writing Text

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Edition:
3rd
ISBN13:

9780521613019

ISBN10:
0521613019
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
10/30/2006
Publisher(s):
Cambridge University Press
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Summary

Guidelines, Third edition, is an advanced reading and writing text designed specifically to strengthen students' academic writing. The cross-cultural readings in Guidelines offer a wide range of thought-provoking subject matter, varying in genre, viewpoint, length, and style. As students respond to the readings and work their way through the writing assignments, they are assisted by strategies laid out in 'Guidelines' boxes and by examples from other student writers. Writing assignments include research writing and essays that synthesize sources, critique arguments, and analyze fiction. A handbook is included as a reference guide in the back of the book. It contains sections on documenting sources, drafting and revising, and correcting grammatical errors. Guidelines, Third edition, is a major revision. The readings have been updated, the chapters are easier to navigate, and the 'Guidelines' now include references to the Internet as a means of research.

Table of Contents

Reading
Reading strategies
Keeping a reading/writing journal
Readings and Writing Assignments
Readings
Discussion activities
Guidelines for writing from experience
Readings: field research
Discussion activities: field research
Guidelines for writing from field research
Readings: essays
Discussion activities: essays
Guidelines for writing about essays
Readings: fiction
Discussion activities: fiction
Guidelines for writing about fiction; 15: Readings: poetry
Discussion activities: poetry
Guidelines for compiling a poetry anthology
Guidelines for exploring a research topic
Guidelines for conducting library research
Guidelines for composing a research eEssay
Summarizing
Paraphrasing
Quoting
Citing and documenting sources
The Editing Process
Proofreading and editing
Causes of error
A handbook for correcting errors
Manuscript form for final copy
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