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The Pearson Lab Manual for Developing Writers, Volume B, is a supplemental [printed] lab manual that complements all Pearson Developmental Writing titles. The lab manual provides exercises that encourage students to apply key concepts covered in most writing classes (i.e., topic sentences, thesis statements, coherence, unity, levels of development). Analysisexercises give further illustration of concepts explained in class and in the primary textbook;Buildingexercises give students the "raw materials" to develop paragraphs and/or essays along the various modes. Revision prompts encourage students to look at specific key elements of their own writing and assess whether they have met the needs of their reading audience.
Table of Contents
|Identifying Topic Sentence Errors|
|Composing Topic Sentences|
|Levels of Development|
|Developing a Paragraph with Reason and Examples|
|Analyzing Coherence in a Paragraph|
|Analyzing a Description Paragraph|
|Building a Description Paragraph|
|Analyzing a Narrative Paragraph|
|Building a Narrative Paragraph|
|Analyzing an Illustration Paragraph|
|Building an Illustration Paragraph|
|Analyzing a Process Paragraph|
|Building a Process Paragraph|
|Analyzing a Comparison/Contrast Paragraph|
|Building a Comparison/Contrast Paragraph|
|Analyzing a Cause and Effect Paragraph|
|Building a Cause and Effect Paragraph|
|Analyzing a Classification Paragraph|
|Building a Classification Paragraph|
|Analyzing a Definition Paragraph|
|Building a Definition Paragraph|
|Analyzing a Persuasion Paragraph|
|Building a Persuasion Paragraph|
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