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For Freshman-level writing courses, such as Freshman Composition, English Composition, First-Year Writing, Expository Writing or any course where students need help with grammar, research and documentation. The easiest handbook to use. Muriel Harris was the director of the Purdue Writing Center where she worked elbow-to-elbow with students and for over twenty-five years. As she worked with students, she realized that they asked the same questions over and over. Based on her experience with thousands of students in the writing center, Muriel Harris authored this spiral-bound, tabbed and brief handbook. Her unique feature, "Compare and Correct," and "Question and Correct," allows students to find what they need to help themselves with their writing, without needing to know the terms of grammar. Muriel Harris' Prentice Hall Reference Guide is the easiest handbook for students and instructors to use.
Table of Contents
|A Personal Message||p. vi|
|To the Instructor vii Hints for Using This Book||p. xvi|
|Question and Correct & Compare and Correct|
|Question and Correct:Some of the Most Commonly Asked Questions About Writing qc1|
|Compare and Correct cc1|
|The Writing Process|
|Purposes and Audiences||p. 1|
|Writing Processes and Strategies||p. 4|
|Editing and Proofreading||p. 18|
|Introductions and Conclusions||p. 21|
|Patterns of Organization||p. 21|
|Writing and Reading Arguments||p. 28|
|Considering the Audience||p. 29|
|Developing Your Arguments||p. 33|
|Organizing Your Arguments||p. 36|
|Visual Argument||p. 39|
|Similarities and Differences Between Verbal and Visual Argument||p. 41|
|Reading Visual Arguments||p. 45|
|Writing Visual Arguments||p. 47 Revising|
|Comma Splices and Fused Sentences||p. 49|
|Comma Splices||p. 50|
|Fused or Run-On Sentences||p. 50|
|Subject-Verb Agreement||p. 52|
|Singular and Plural Subjects||p. 53|
|Buried Subjects||p. 53|
|Compound Subjects||p. 54|
|Clauses and Phrases as Subjects||p. 55|
|Indefinites as Subjects||p. 55|
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