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The Scott, Foresman Handbook for Writers,9780321002488

The Scott, Foresman Handbook for Writers

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Summary

A reference book for writers who need advice about composing papers & reports, both in & out of college, & who occasionally need guidance about points of grammer or usage presented in a friendly manner designed with a problem solving approach. DLC: English language - Rhetoric.

Table of Contents

Preface xix
To the Writer xxx
PART I The Writing Process 1(92)
What Does Writing Involve?
2(18)
Why writing matters
2(1)
What myths discourage writers?
3(2)
How does writing work?
5(3)
Writing as a process
5(1)
The writing process is flexible
5(1)
Managing the writing process
6(2)
How do you define a writing situation?
8(2)
How do you write for an audience?
10(3)
How do you define your purpose (s) in writing?
13(2)
Decide on your goals
13(1)
Consider your writing situation
13(2)
How do you present yourself to readers?
15(5)
Be credible
15(1)
Present material fairly and honestly
16(1)
Be generous to those who disagree with you
16(2)
A Paper Proposal
18(2)
How Do You Prepare and Plan to Write?
20(34)
How do you find a topic?
20(3)
Brainstorm
20(1)
Assess your strengths
21(1)
Consider current issues
22(1)
Browse in the library
23(1)
Browse online
23(1)
How do you refine your topic?
23(5)
Don't try to cover everything
24(1)
Highlight a single area
24(1)
Make a tree diagram
25(1)
Make an idea map
26(2)
How do you construct a thesis?
28(5)
Make a strong point
28(1)
Make a worthwhile point
28(1)
Preview the direction of your paper
29(1)
Place your thesis effectively
30(2)
Opening Paragraph with Thesis
32(1)
How do you explore and develop a thesis?
33(4)
Freewrite
33(1)
Use the journalist's questions
34(1)
Try different perspectives
34(2)
Write a zero draft
36(1)
Read up on your topic
36(1)
Talk to others
36(1)
Enter online discussions
36(1)
How do you organize a writing project?
37(9)
Introduction/body/conclusion
38(2)
Narrative or process design
40(1)
Comparison/contrast
40(3)
Division or classification
43(1)
Cause and effect
44(1)
Problem and solution
45(1)
How do you outline a paper?
46(6)
How do you choose a title?
52(2)
How Do You Write a Draft?
54(12)
How do you start a piece of writing?
54(3)
Find a writing place
54(1)
Keep the ideas coming
55(1)
Avoid premature criticism
55(1)
Set your own pace
55(1)
Get feedback
56(1)
Draft on a computer
56(1)
How do you keep a draft on track?
57(3)
Highlight key ideas
57(2)
Maintain proportion
59(1)
Leave time for conclusions
59(1)
When should you take a break?
60(2)
How do you know when you have a solid draft?
62(1)
How do you work on a draft collaboratively?
63(3)
Decide on shared goals
63(1)
Assign sections of the project
64(1)
Try collaborative writing
64(1)
Address disagreements promptly
64(2)
How Do You Revise, Edit, and Proofread?
66(27)
What does revising involve?
67(7)
A Revised Opening Paragraph
72(2)
What does editing involve?
74(5)
Edited Sentences from Student Papers
77(2)
What does proofreading involve?
79(2)
How do you help another writer revise, edit, and proofread?
81(12)
Draft With Peer Comments
84(9)
PART II Writing for Public Forums 93(70)
How Do You Write Responsibly in College and Beyond?
94(13)
What do instructors expect to see in academic papers?
94(7)
Review the assignment
95(1)
Define your territory
95(1)
Support your claims
96(1)
Understand evidence
96(1)
A Working Bibliography
97(2)
Document sources
99(1)
Prepare professional-looking work
100(1)
How do you adapt your writing to settings outside the classroom?
101(6)
Understand out-of-class writing
101(1)
Meet readers' expectations
102(1)
Writing an Argument for Publication
103(1)
Look at models
104(1)
Understand public writing
104(1)
Ask for help
105(1)
Be professional
105(2)
How Do You Read and Think Critically?
107(13)
How do you read to understand complex material?
107(6)
Preview the text
108(1)
Look up unfamiliar terms
109(1)
Slow down
109(1)
Annotate
109(2)
Write a summary/synthesize
111(2)
How do you think critically about your reading?
113(7)
Cultivate an attitude of inquiry
113(1)
Read as a believer and doubter
114(1)
Assess the writer's qualifications
115(1)
Look carefully at the evidence
115(1)
Look closely at the writer's claims
116(1)
Look for unstated assumptions
116(1)
Note contradictions
117(1)
Check for bias
117(1)
Resist black-and-white thinking
118(2)
How Do You Interpret and Use Visual Texts?
120(10)
How do you understand visual representations of information?
120(6)
Using pie charts
120(2)
Using bar graphs
122(1)
Using line graphs
122(2)
Using tables
124(1)
Judging the accuracy of visuals
124(2)
How do you interpret other visual elements in a text?
126(4)
Assess layout and design
126(1)
Evaluate pictures and graphics
127(1)
Develop visual literacy skills
127(1)
An Ad Analysis
128(2)
How Can You Write Powerful Arguments?
130(23)
What does argument involve?
130(5)
Distinguish between arguments and disagreements
130(1)
Look for claims supported by reasons and evidence
131(1)
Consider unstated beliefs, or warrants
132(2)
Recognize qualifiers
134(1)
How do you construct a solid written argument?
135(3)
Clarify your claim
136(1)
Gather reasons and evidence
136(1)
Evaluate your evidence
137(1)
Identify your warrants, or unstated beliefs
137(1)
How do you write an argument that appeals to readers?
138(8)
Draw on shared beliefs and values
139(1)
Present opposing arguments fairly
139(2)
Refute an opposing argument
141(1)
An Argument That Addresses Opposing Views
141(4)
Make concessions to another position
145(1)
How can you recognize and avoid fallacies?
146(7)
How Do You Write on Essay Examinations?
153(10)
How do essay exams differ from papers?
153(1)
How do you plan and prepare for an exam?
154(1)
How can you write successfully in a test setting?
155(8)
A Sample Outline
159(2)
Framing a Successful Examination Essay
161(2)
PART III Style 163(158)
What Makes Paragraphs Work?
164(17)
How do you achieve unified paragraphs?
165(6)
Use a topic sentence
166(2)
Ask and answer a question
168(1)
Use internal transitions
169(1)
Use parallelism
170(1)
What common patterns can you use for paragraphs?
171(5)
Cause and effect
172(1)
Comparison and contrast
173(1)
Definition
173(1)
Illustration
174(1)
Classification
174(1)
Narration or process
174(1)
Analogy
175(1)
How can you improve paragraph appearance?
176(5)
Break up long paragraph blocks
176(1)
Reconsider short paragraphs
177(1)
Consider your writing situation
178(3)
How Should You Manage Opening and Closing Paragraphs?
181(9)
What makes an opening paragraph effective?
182(5)
Use a narrative
182(1)
Begin with a description
183(1)
Using a Descriptive Narrative
184(1)
Using an Anecdote Narrative
185(2)
Begin with a question
187(1)
Make a direct statement
187(1)
What makes a closing paragraph effective?
187(3)
Make a recommendation
187(1)
Summarize your main points
187(1)
Link end to beginning
188(2)
How Do You Manage Transitions?
190(10)
How do you spot problems with transitions?
190(6)
Check for short, disconnected sentences
190(1)
See if you need to subordinate ideas
191(1)
Check sentence openings for It is and There are
192(1)
See if time and sequence markers are needed
192(1)
Check for connecting words
193(1)
Close gaps between paragraphs
194(2)
How Can You Strengthen Transitions?
196(4)
Use transition words
196(1)
Repeat key ideas
197(1)
Use demonstrative pronouns
198(1)
Use relative pronouns
198(1)
Use parallelism
198(1)
Use semicolons
199(1)
What Kinds of Language Can You Use?
200(27)
What are the levels of language?
200(6)
Choose the appropriate language level
201(1)
Formal
202(1)
Informal
202(2)
Casual
204(2)
Connotative and denotative language: What's appropriate?
206(5)
Use denotation in research papers, case studies, and reports
207(1)
Use denotation for newsletters, press releases, or brochures
207(1)
Use connotation in movie reviews or editorials
208(1)
Be alert to connotative language
209(1)
Avoid ``whoopee'' words
210(1)
When is dialect appropriate?
211(2)
Appreciate dialect
211(1)
Understand limitations
212(1)
Use dialect when appropriate
213(1)
How do you use inclusive language?
213(4)
Choose familiar language
213(1)
Avoid jargon
214(1)
Use a friendly tone
215(1)
Refer to common experiences
216(1)
Use civil language
216(1)
How do you control bias in your language?
217(10)
Avoid sexist bias
218(3)
Avoid racial or ethnic bias
221(2)
Avoid bias about age or sexual orientation
223(2)
Avoid bias against professions and social class
225(1)
Use good judgdment
226(1)
How Do You Construct Effective Sentences?
227(48)
How are sentences structured?
227(7)
Sentence patterns
228(5)
Compound subjects, verbs, and objects
233(1)
What do modifiers do?
234(5)
Adjectives modify nouns and pronouns
234(3)
Adverbs modify verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs
237(1)
Nouns can operate as modifiers
238(1)
Verbals can operate as modifiers
238(1)
What are phrases?
239(8)
Prepositional phrases
239(2)
Verbals and verbal phrases
241(3)
Absolute phrases
244(1)
Appositive phrases
245(2)
What do clauses do in sentences?
247(4)
Independent clauses
247(1)
Dependent clauses
248(3)
What types of sentence can you write?
251(2)
Simple sentences
252(1)
Compound and complex sentences
253(1)
How does coordination build sentences?
253(6)
Coordinating conjunctions
253(2)
Correlative constructions
255(1)
Semicolons, colons, and dashes
256(1)
Conjunctive adverbs with semicolons
257(2)
How does subordination build sentences?
259(5)
Use subordination to clarify relationships between clauses
259(1)
Use subordination to shift emphasis
260(1)
Use subordination to expand sentences
261(1)
Use subordinate clauses sensibly
261(3)
How does parallelism work?
264(5)
Recognize sentence patterns that require parallel construction
264(1)
Use parallelism in comparisons and contrasts
265(1)
Recognize expressions that require parallel structure
265(1)
Use parallelism to show a progression of ideas
266(1)
Use parallelism for emphasis
266(1)
Correct faulty parallelism
266(3)
How do you craft balanced sentences?
269(1)
How do you craft cumulative sentences?
270(5)
How Do You Write Stylish Sentences?
275(31)
What are agent/action sentences?
275(7)
Make persons or things the subjects of sentences and clauses
275(2)
Don't overload the subjects of sentences
277(1)
Make sure verbs convey real actions
278(2)
Make sure subjects can do what their verbs demand
280(1)
Cut to be verbs whenever possible
281(1)
Reduce the number of passive verbs
282(1)
How can you achieve clarity?
282(7)
Use specific details
283(3)
State ideas positively
286(1)
``Chunk'' your writing
286(3)
Use charts and graphs
289(1)
How can you write more economically?
289(10)
Condense sprawling phrases
290(1)
Cut nominalizations
290(2)
Condense long verb phrases
292(1)
Eliminate doubling and redundancies
292(2)
Eliminate surplus intensifiers
294(1)
Cut down on expletive constructions
294(1)
Cut prepositional phrases
295(1)
Cut that, which, who, whom
296(1)
Condense sentences into clauses, clauses into phrases or words
296(1)
Edit full scale
297(2)
How can you achieve sentence variety?
299(4)
Vary sentence types
299(1)
Vary sentence patterns
300(1)
Vary sentence length
301(2)
How do you use figurative language?
303(3)
Look for fresh images
303(1)
Use similes and metaphors
304(1)
Use analogies
305(1)
How Do You Manage Style Online?
306(15)
What will your online readers see?
307(1)
How do you handle electronic correspondence?
308(6)
How do you work in online communities?
314(1)
How dou you present World Wide Web pages?
315(4)
What copyright rules apply in electronic environments?
319(2)
PART IV Design and Shape of Documents 321(32)
How Do You Design Documents?
322(14)
What are the basics of visual literacy?
323(1)
How do you plan a document?
324(3)
How do you choose type?
327(3)
How do you choose graphics and illustrations?
330(2)
How do you lay out the design of a document?
332(2)
How do you work with color?
334(2)
Model Documents
336(17)
Academic paper, MLA format
338(2)
Student World Wide Web site
340(2)
Brochure
342(2)
Newsletter
344(2)
Business letter
346(2)
Letter of application
348(2)
Resume
350(3)
PART V Grammer 353(140)
Problems with Subject-Verb Agreement?
354(12)
Agreement: Is the subject singular or plural?
354(3)
Agreement: Is the subject an indefinite pronoun?
357(2)
Agreement: Is the subject a collective noun?
359(2)
Agreement: Is the subject separated from its verb?
361(2)
Agreement: Is the subject hard to identify?
363(3)
Problems with Verb Tense, Voice, and Mood?
366(17)
How do you choose verb tenses?
366(4)
Verb tenses and what they do
366(3)
Perfect tenses
369(1)
Problems with tense consistency in sentences?
370(1)
Problems with tense consistency in longer passages?
371(2)
Problems with irregular verbs?
373(3)
Do you understand active and passive voice?
376(3)
What is the subjunctive mood and how do you use it?
379(4)
Problems with Verbals?
383(7)
What are verbals?
383(3)
How do verbals cause sentence fragments?
386(2)
What is a split infinitive?
388(2)
Problems with Plurals, Possessives, Apostrophes, and Articles?
390(11)
Problems with plurals of nouns?
390(4)
Problems with possessives and apostrophes?
394(3)
Are possessives needed before gerunds?
397(2)
Is it a or an?
399(2)
Problems with Pronoun Reference?
401(6)
Pronouns lack antecedents?
401(2)
Pronoun references ambiguous?
403(1)
Problems with this, that, which, and it?
404(3)
Problems with Pronoun Agreement?
407(10)
Problems with lost antecedents?
407(3)
Agreement problems with or, nor, either ... or, neither ... nor?
410(2)
Agreement problems with collective nouns?
412(1)
Agreement problems with indefinite pronouns?
413(4)
Problems with Pronoun Case?
417(12)
Do you understand case: subjective/objective/possessive?
417(2)
Problems with pronoun case in prepositional phrases?
419(2)
Problems with pronoun case in comparisons?
421(1)
Problems with pronoun case after linking verbs?
422(2)
Trouble choosing between who and whom?
424(2)
Problems with possessive pronouns?
426(1)
Special problems: its/it's and whose/who's
427(2)
Other Pronoun Problems?
429(11)
Problems with reflexive and intensive pronouns?
429(2)
Problems with that, which, and who?
431(2)
When should you use I, we, you, or one?
433(3)
Do your pronouns treat both sexes fairly?
436(4)
Problems with Modifiers?
440(16)
How do you place adjectives effectively?
440(2)
How do you handle predicate adjectives?
442(2)
Problems with absolute adjectives?
444(1)
Problems with adverb form?
445(1)
Where do you place adverbs?
446(2)
Problems with double negatives?
448(2)
Problems with misplaced or dangling modifiers?
450(2)
Problems with comparatives and superlatives?
452(4)
Are You an ESL Writer?
456(37)
Do you have problems with verbs?
457(11)
Verb tense
458(2)
Simple present and present progressive
460(1)
Nonaction verbs
460(1)
Simple past and present perfect
461(1)
Present perfect and present perfect progressive
462(1)
Intransitive and transitive verbs
463(2)
Two- and three-word verbs
465(3)
Which modal should you use?
468(5)
Choosing the modal that best expresses your idea
469(2)
Selecting the correct form of the modal auxiliary and the main verb that follows it
471(1)
Using the perfect form to express past time
472(1)
Do you have problems with gerunds and infinitives?
473(5)
Learning which form to use
474(2)
Knowing when a verb must be followed by a noun or pronoun
476(1)
Using a gerund after a preposition
477(1)
Using base form of verb after have, let, and make
477(1)
Do you have problems with articles and number agreement?
478(7)
Count and noncount nouns
479(1)
Definite and indefinite articles
480(1)
General nouns
481(1)
Use of noncount nouns
482(1)
Quantifiers
482(1)
Difference between a few/a little and few/little
482(1)
Use of most and most of
483(2)
What should you look for when you proofread your papers?
485(4)
Making sure clauses have subjects
485(1)
Making sure sentences have main verbs
485(1)
Checking the -s on third person singular
485(1)
Checking adjective pairs
486(1)
Checking for -ed endings on past participles
487(1)
Avoiding repetition of sentence elements
487(1)
Checking for correct placement of adverbs
488(1)
Other ESL problems?
489(4)
PART VI Punctuation and Mechanics 493(84)
How Do You Punctuate Sentence Endings?
494(6)
When do you use periods?
494(2)
When do you use question marks?
496(1)
When do you use exclamation marks?
497(3)
Problems with Sentence Boundaries: Fragments, Comma Splices, and Run-ons?
500(12)
How can you get rid of sentence fragments?
500(5)
Complete subjects and verbs
501(1)
Dependent clauses
501(1)
Relative clauses and appositives
502(1)
Verbals
502(1)
Disconnected phrases
503(1)
Lists
503(2)
Do you recognize intentional fragments and know how to use them?
505(1)
How can you avoid comma splices?
506(3)
Avoiding commas to join complete sentences
506(1)
Substituting a semicolon for the comma
507(1)
Substituting a period for the comma
508(1)
Inserting a coordinating conjunction
508(1)
Making one of the clauses subordinate
508(1)
Problems with run-on sentences?
509(3)
Inserting a period
510(1)
Inserting a semicolon
510(1)
Using a comma and a coordinating conjunction
510(1)
Making one of the clauses subordinate
511(1)
Problems with Commas?
512(18)
Do you understand commas that separate?
513(3)
To set off long introductory phrases
513(1)
To set off introductory subordinate clauses
513(1)
To set off an additional or contrasting thought
514(1)
To follow conjunctive adverbs
514(1)
To set off absolute phrases
514(1)
To mark contrasts
515(1)
To replace omitted verbs or predicates
515(1)
To keep ideas clear and distinct
515(1)
To separate conversational expressions
515(1)
Do you understand commas that enclose?
516(4)
To mark nonessential (nonrestrictive) modifiers
516(2)
To enclose nonessential (nonrestrictive) appositives
518(1)
To enclose interrupting elements
519(1)
Do you understand commas that link?
520(3)
Compound sentences
520(1)
Comma splices
521(1)
Items in a series
521(1)
Coordinate adjectives in a series
522(1)
Noncoordinate adjectives in a series
522(1)
Do you put commas where they aren't needed?
523(4)
Commas that interrupt the flow of a sentence
523(1)
Commas that separate subjects and verbs
524(1)
No commas in compound expressions
525(1)
No commas to introduce a series
526(1)
No commas around essential modifiers
526(1)
Do you understand the conventional uses of commas?
527(3)
For introducing quotations
527(1)
Within numbers
528(1)
In dates
528(1)
In addresses
528(1)
After names with titles and degrees
528(1)
With salutation in personal letters
529(1)
Problems with Semicolons and Colons?
530(9)
Do you have problems with semicolons?
530(5)
Separating items of equal grammatical weight
530(1)
Joining independent clauses
531(1)
Separating independent clauses joined by conjunctive adverbs
532(1)
Connecting independent clauses with phrases
532(1)
Using in clauses, pharses, or series to avoid confusion
533(1)
Not using to introduce quotations
533(1)
Not using to introduce lists
533(1)
Using semicolons with quotation marks
534(1)
Do you have problems with colons?
535(4)
Using with examples/explanations
535(1)
Using with lists
535(1)
Using with quotations/dialogue
536(1)
Using to join two complete sentences
537(1)
Using with titles/subtitles
537(1)
Using in conventional situations
537(2)
Problems with Other Punctuation Marks?
539(15)
When do you use quotation marks?
539(4)
When do you use ellipses?
543(3)
When do you use dashes?
546(2)
When do you use parentheses?
548(2)
When do you use brackets?
550(1)
When do you use slashes?
551(1)
When do you use electronic marks?
552(2)
Problems with Italics, Hyphens, Capitalization, Abbreviations, and Numbers?
554(23)
When do you use italics?
554(3)
How do you use hyphens?
557(3)
How do you capitalize sentences,titles, and poems?
560(2)
When do you capitalize persons,places,and things?
562(6)
How do you handle abbreviations?
568(6)
How do you handle numbers?
574(3)
PART VII Research and Writing 577(258)
How do You Begin a Research Project?
578(53)
How do you claim a topic?
579(6)
How do you research your thesis?
585(4)
Narrow your topic
585(2)
Consider the kind of research you must do
587(2)
Where do you locate information?
589(20)
Library catalogs (traditional and online)
590(2)
Bibliographies
592(1)
Periodical indexes (printed and online)
593(3)
The World Wide Web
596(3)
Biographical resources
599(1)
Guides to reference books
600(1)
Statistics
601(1)
News sources
601(2)
Book/film reviews
603(1)
Electronic conversations
604(1)
Professional organizations
605(1)
Field research
605(4)
How do you search with keywords?
609(7)
How do you evaluate your sources?
616(10)
Consider the purpose of a source
616(6)
Consider the authority and reputation of a source
622(1)
Consider the credentials of the author
622(1)
Consider the timeliness and stability of a source
623(1)
Consider the biases of a source
624(1)
Consider how well a source presents key information
624(1)
Consider commercial intrusions into a source
625(1)
Consult librarians and instructors
626(1)
How do you organize your research process?
626(5)
Classify your resources
626(1)
Prepare a working bibliography
627(1)
Make photocopies and note cards for printed sources
628(1)
Print or download electronic sources
629(2)
How Do You Develop a Research Project?
631(45)
How do you work with research materials?
631(16)
Position your research materials
632(3)
Annotate your research materials
635(1)
Summarize or paraphrase a source
636(9)
Relate and connect your research materials
645(1)
Using Sources
646(1)
How do you shape your project?
647(7)
Make sure you have a point to make
648(1)
Focus on issues that matter
648(2)
Limit your claim
650(1)
Find an appropriate structure
651(1)
Modify your structure
652(1)
Prepare a first draft early
653(1)
How do you document a research project?
654(2)
Do you understand academic responsibility?
656(4)
Understand the nature of collaborative projects
657(1)
Appreciate the unique features of electronic sources
658(1)
Acknowledge all direct/indirect uses of sources
658(2)
Summarize and paraphrase carefully
660(1)
How do you handle quotations?
660(8)
How do you complete your project?
668(8)
How Do You Use MLA Documentation?
676(49)
How to use MLA documentation
676(9)
MLA form directory
685(24)
Sample MLA paper: ``Mountain Bikes on Public Lands: Happy Trails?''
709(16)
How Do You Use APA Documentation?
725(36)
How to use APA documentation
726(7)
APA form directory
733(11)
Sample APA paper:``The Genome Project: Opportunities and Ethics''
744(17)
How Do You Use CMS Documentation?
761(21)
CMS notes
762(2)
CMS bibliographies
764(3)
CMS form directory
767(6)
Sample CMC paper:``Diomedes as Hero of The Iliad''
773(9)
How Do You Use CBE Documentation?
782(7)
Include in-text citations
783(1)
List sources used at the end of your paper
784(5)
How Do You Use COS Documentation?
789(32)
How to use COS documentation
790(6)
COS form directory---Humanities (MLA)
796(10)
Sample COS Works Cited page
806(2)
COS form directory---Sciences (APA)
808(10)
Sample COS References page
818(3)
How Do You Write a Literary Analysis?
821(14)
What approaches can you take to literary analysis?
822(3)
What sources can you use in producing literary analyses?
825(2)
Primary texts
825(1)
Secondary sources
825(2)
How do you develop a literary project?
827(8)
Read carefully
827(1)
Develop a thesis
828(1)
Reread
829(2)
Use scratch outlines
831(1)
Follow the conventions of literary analysis
832(3)
Glossary of Terms and Usage 835(42)
Credits 877(4)
Index 881


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