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A self-instruction manual and reference book for academic, personal, business, and public audience writing. Coverage includes writing college-level essays, source-based arguments, and research papers; thinking and reading critically; using documentation style correctly; designing documents; writing for the Web; writing about literature; writing for business; creating oral presentations; taking essay tests; and using correct grammar, punctuation, and mechanics correctly. Anyone looking to succeed and fulfill their potential in writing.
Table of Contents
|(NOTE:Italicized for titles revised from SS6 to SS7)|
|Writing an Essay|
|Thinking About Purposes, Audiences, and Technology|
|Planning and Shaping|
|Drafting and Revising|
|Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing|
|Understanding Grammar and Writing Correct Sentences|
|Parts of Speech and Sentence Structures|
|Pronoun Case and Reference|
|Adjectives and Adverbs|
|Comma Splices and Run-on Sentences|
|Misplaced and Dangling Modifiers|
|Shifting and Mixed Sentences|
|Coordination and Subordination|
|Variety and Emphasis|
|The Impact of Words|
|Using Punctuation and Mechanics|
|Periods, Question Marks, and Exclamation Points|
|Other Punctuation Marks|
|Capitals, Italics, Abbreviations, and Numbers|
|Research Writing as a Process.(was Ch. 32)|
|Finding and Evaluating Sources|
|Using Sources and Avoiding Plagiarism.(was Ch. 31)|
|MLA Documentation with Case Study|
|APA Documentation with Case Study|
|CM, CSE, COS Documentation|
|Effective Print Document Design|
|Effective Web Writing and Design|
|Writing Across the Curriculum-and Beyond|
|Comparing the Disciplines|
|Writing About Literature and the Humanities|
|Writing in the Social Sciences and Natural Sciences|
|Business and Public Writing|
|Writing Under Pressure|
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