9780312245344

Successful College Writing: Skills, Strategies, Learning Styles

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    9780312245344

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    0312245343

  • Edition: BRIEF
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  • Copyright: 1999-11-01
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Table of Contents

Preface iii
To the Student xxxiii
PART ONE ACADEMIC QUICK START 1(64)
Starting With An Advantage
3(20)
Chapter Quick Start
3(1)
Why Strive To Improve Your Writing Skills?
4(1)
Writing Skills Help You Succeed in College and in Your Career
4(1)
Writing Facilitates Learning and Recall
5(1)
Writing Clarifies Thinking
5(1)
Writing Helps You Solve Problems
6(1)
Developing Strategies For Writing
6(1)
Start with a Positive Attitude
6(1)
Keep a Writing Journal
7(3)
Get the Most out of Writing Conferences
10(1)
Assessing Your Learning Style
10(1)
What Is Assessment?
11(1)
What Is Your Learning Style?
11(1)
Learning Style Inventory
12(4)
Interpreting Your Scores
16(1)
A Word about Your Findings
17(1)
How to Use Your Findings
18(1)
Applying Your Learning Style To Your Writing
18(2)
Assessing and Correcting Your Writing Problems
20(3)
Working With Text: Active Reading Strategies
23(26)
Chapter Quick Start
23(2)
Changing Some Misconceptions About Reading
25(1)
A Guide To Active Reading
26(1)
Preview before Reading
27(6)
Read with an Intent
33(1)
Reading: Where Have You Gone, Joe DiMaggio?
34(4)
Matthew Goodman
Review after Reading
38(2)
Understanding Difficult Text
40(1)
Draw a Graphic Organizer
40(5)
Using Your Learning Style To Improve Your Reading
45(1)
Applying Your Skills: Writing About the Reading
46(3)
Writing About Readings
49(16)
Chapter Quick Start
49(1)
What is a Response Paper?
50(1)
Discovering Ideas For A Response Paper
51(1)
The Boor War
52(1)
John Tierney
Link the Reading to Your Own Experience
53(1)
Devise Critical Questions
54(2)
Use Key-Word Response
56(1)
Use Annotation
57(1)
Keep a Response Journal
57(3)
Use Your Learning Style
60(1)
Students Write
61(1)
Confronting Boors Can Be Hazardous to Your Health
61(4)
Sharon McLaughlin
PART TWO STRATEGIES FOR WRITING ESSAYS 65(140)
Prewriting: How To Find And Focus Ideas
67(28)
Chapter Quick Start
67(1)
Choosing And Narrowing A Topic
68(1)
Choosing a Topic
68(3)
Narrowing a Topic
71(2)
Thinking About Your Purpose, Audience, And Point Of View
73(1)
Determining Your Purpose
73(1)
Considering Your Audience
74(3)
Choosing a Point of View
77(1)
Discovering Ideas To Write About
78(1)
Freewriting
78(2)
Mapping
80(2)
Brainstorming
82(1)
Group Brainstorming
83(1)
Questioning
83(1)
Writing Assertions
84(1)
Interviewing
85(1)
Using the Patterns of Development
86(3)
Visualizing or Sketching
89(1)
Making a Mental Movie
90(1)
Researching Your Topic
91(1)
Students Write
92(1)
Tina Oyer's Prewriting Strategies
92(3)
Developing And Supporting A Thesis
95(22)
Chapter Quick Start
95(2)
What Is A Thesis Statement?
97(1)
Developing Your Thesis Statement
97(1)
Coming Up with a Working Thesis Statement
97(3)
Writing an Effective Thesis Statement
100(3)
Placing the Thesis Statement
103(1)
Using an Implied Thesis
103(1)
Supporting Your Thesis Statement With Evidence
104(1)
Choosing Types of Evidence
104(2)
Choosing Types of Evidence to Support Your Thesis
106(2)
Choosing the Best Evidence
108(1)
Using Sources to Support Your Thesis
109(1)
Students Write
110(1)
Tina Oyer's Working Thesis
110(1)
Working with Text
111(1)
Pet Therapy for the Heart and Soul
111(6)
Kerry Pechter
Drafting An Essay
117(40)
Chapter Quick Start
117(1)
The Structure of An Essay
118(2)
Organizing Your Supporting Details
120(1)
Selecting a Method of Organization
120(4)
Writing or Drawing an Organizational Plan
124(4)
Writing Effective Paragraphs
128(1)
Writing Well-Focused Topic Sentences
128(1)
The Value of Volunteering
129(5)
Robin Ferguson
Including Unified, Specific Supporting Details
134(4)
Connecting Your Supporting Details with Transitions and Repetition
138(2)
Writing Your Introduction, Conclusion, And Title
140(1)
Writing a Strong Introduction
141(3)
Writing an Effective Conclusion
144(2)
Writing a Good Title
146(1)
Drafting With A Computer
147(1)
Students Write
147(1)
Hypocritically Warm
148(3)
Tina Oyer
Working With Text
151(1)
Black Men and Public Space
151(6)
Brent Staples
Revising Content And Organization
157(24)
Chapter Quick Start
157(1)
Why Revise?
158(1)
Useful Techniques for Revision
159(1)
Using A Graphic Organizer For Revision
160(2)
Key Questions for Revision
162(1)
Analyzing Your Purpose and Audience
162(1)
Analyzing Your Thesis, Topic Sentences, and Evidence
163(2)
Analyzing Your Organization
165(1)
Analyzing Your Paragraph Development
166(1)
Working With Classmates to Revise Your Essay
166(2)
How to Find a Good Reviewer
168(1)
Suggestions for the Writer
169(1)
Suggestions for the Reviewer
170(1)
Considering Your Learning Style
171(1)
Students Write
171(4)
Hypocritically Warm
175(6)
Tina Oyer
Editing Sentences and Words
181(24)
Chapter Quick Start
181(2)
Analyzing Your Sentences
183(1)
Are Your Sentences Concise?
183(2)
Are Your Sentences Varied?
185(6)
Are Your Sentences Parallel in Structure?
191(1)
Do Your Sentences Have Strong, Active Verbs?
192(2)
Evaluating Your Sentences
194(1)
Analyzing Your Word Choice
194(1)
Are Your Tone and Level of Diction Appropriate?
194(2)
Do You Use Words with Appropriate Connotations?
196(1)
Do You Use Concrete Language?
197(1)
Do You Use Fresh, Appropriate Figures of Speech?
198(1)
Do You Avoid Weak Verb-Noun Combinations?
199(1)
Evaluating Your Word Choice
199(1)
Suggestions For Proofreading
199(2)
Keeping an Error Log
201(1)
Students Write
202(1)
Excerpt from Tina Oyer's Edited Second Draft
202(3)
PART THREE PATTERNS OF DEVELOPMENT 205(342)
Narration: Recounting Events
207(38)
Chapter Quick Start
207(1)
Writing A Narrative
208(1)
What Is Narration?
208(1)
How Mosquitoes Came to Be
209(1)
Native American Myth
Characteristics of a Narrative
210(3)
Visualizing a Narrative: A Graphic Organizer
213(2)
A Primitive Ritual
215(2)
David Hicks
Margaret A. Gwynne
Integrating A Narrative Into An Essay
217(1)
A Guided Writing Assignment
218(1)
The Assignment
218(1)
Generating Ideas
218(4)
Evaluating Your Ideas
222(1)
Developing Your Thesis
222(1)
Organizing and Drafting
223(2)
Analyzing and Revising
225(1)
Editing and Proofreading
226(3)
Students Write
229(1)
You Can Count on Miracles
229(3)
Aphonetip Vasavong
Reading A Narrative
232(1)
Working With Text: Reading Narratives
232(1)
Thinking Critically About Narration
233(1)
The Village Watchman
234(6)
Terry Tempest Williams
Another Mother's Child: A Letter to a Murdered Son
240(2)
Norma Molen
Applying Your Skills: Additional Essay Assignments
242(3)
Description: Portraying People, Places, And Things
245(42)
Chapter Quick Start
245(1)
Writing A Description
246(1)
What Is Description?
246(1)
Eating Chilli Peppers
247(1)
Jeremy MacClancy
Characteristics of Descriptive Writing
248(6)
Visualizing a Description: A Graphic Organizer
254(1)
The Discus Thrower
255(4)
Richard Selzer
Integrating Description Into An Essay
259(1)
A Guided Writing Assignment
260(1)
The Assignment
260(1)
Generating Ideas and Details
260(4)
Evaluating Your Details
264(1)
Creating a Dominant Impression
265(1)
Organizing and Drafting
265(2)
Analyzing and Revising
267(4)
Editing and Proofreading
271(1)
Students Write
271(1)
Health Clubs---Only for the Beautiful and the Fit
272(2)
Maria Rodriguez
Reading A Description
274(1)
Working With Text: Reading Descriptive Essays
274(1)
Thinking Critically About Description
275(2)
A Sea Worry
277(4)
Maxine Hong Kingston
The Lion of Kabul
281(3)
Christine Aziz
Applying Your Skills: Additional Essay Assignments
284(3)
Illustration: Explaining With Examples
287(38)
Chapter Quick Start
287(1)
Writing An Illustration Essay
288(1)
What Is Illustration?
288(1)
Rambos of the Road
289(2)
Martin Gottfried
Characteristics of Illustration Essays
291(5)
Visualizing an Illustration Essay: A Graphic Organizer
296(1)
Be Specific
297(2)
Natalie Goldberg
Integrating Illustration Into An Essay
299(1)
A Guided Writing Assignment
300(1)
The Assignment
300(1)
Generating Ideas
300(2)
Developing Your Thesis
302(1)
Choosing and Evaluating Your Examples
303(1)
Organizing and Drafting
304(2)
Analyzing and Revising
306(3)
Editing and Proofreading
309(1)
Students Write
310(1)
The Harmony of Life
310(2)
Michael Jacobsohn
Reading An Illustration Essay
312(1)
Working With Text: Reading Illustration Essays
312(1)
Thinking Critically About Illustration
313(1)
Goin' Gangsta, Choosin' Cholita: Claiming Identity
314(5)
Nell Bernstein
The Meanings of a Word
319(4)
Gloria Naylor
Applying Your Skills: Additional Essay Assignments
323(2)
Process Analysis: Explaining How Something Works Or Is Done
325(44)
Chapter Quick Start
325(1)
Writing A Process Analysis
326(1)
What Is Process Analysis?
326(1)
Fender Benders: Legal Do's and Don'ts
327(3)
Armond D. Budish
Characteristics of Process Analysis Essays
330(4)
Visualizing a Process Analysis Essay: A Graphic Organizer
334(1)
Fertile Minds
335(5)
J. Madeline Nash
Integrating Process Analysis Into An Essay
340(1)
A Guided Writing Assignment
341(1)
The Assignment
341(1)
Selecting a Process
342(1)
Developing Your Thesis
343(1)
Listing the Steps and Gathering Details
344(1)
Evaluating Your Ideas and Thesis
344(1)
Organizing and Drafting
345(3)
Analyzing and Revising
348(3)
Editing and Proofreading
351(1)
Students Write
352(1)
How to Make a Dream Catcher
353(4)
Melinda Hunter
Reading A Process Analysis
357(1)
Working With Text: Reading Process Analysis Essays
358(1)
Thinking Critically About Process Analysis
358(1)
Remote Control: How to Raise a Media Skeptic
359(4)
Susan Douglas
For Man and Beast, Language of Love Shares Many Traits
363(4)
Daniel Goleman
Applying Your Skills: Additional Essay Assignments
367(2)
Comparison And Contrast: Showing Similarities And Differences
369(44)
Chapter Quick Start
369(1)
Writing a Comparison or Contrast Essay
370(1)
What Are Comparison and Contrast?
370(1)
Lincoln and Roosevelt: Two Master Politicians
371(2)
Geoffrey Ward
A Taste of Snow
373(1)
Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston
Characteristics of Comparison or Contrast Essays
374(3)
Visualizing a Comparison or Contrast Essay: Two Graphic Organizers
377(3)
Who's Eating What, and Why in the United States and Europe?
380(3)
Thomas Kinnear
Kenneth Bernhardt
Kathleen Krentler
Integrating Comparison and Contrast Into an Essay
383(1)
A Guided Writing Assignment
384(1)
The Assignment
384(1)
Generating Ideas
384(3)
Developing Your Thesis
387(1)
Evaluating Your Ideas and Thesis
388(1)
Organizing and Drafting
389(3)
Analyzing and Revising
392(3)
Editing and Proofreading
395(1)
Students Write
396(1)
Border Bites
397(3)
Heather Gianakos
Reading Comparison and Contrast
400(1)
Working With Text: Reading Comparison or Contrast Essays
400(1)
Thinking Critically About Comparison and Contrast
401(1)
His Marriage and Hers: Childhood Roots
402(5)
Daniel Goleman
By Being Honest about Violence, Spielberg Wins
407(4)
Janet Maslin
Applying Your Skills: Additional Essay Assignments
411(2)
Classification and Division: Explaining Categories and Parts
413(46)
Chapter Quick Start
413(1)
Writing A Classification or Division Essay
414(1)
What Are Classification and Division?
414(1)
Bringing Out Your Child's Gifts
415(4)
Paula M. White
Characteristics of Classification or Division Essays
419(3)
Visualizing a Classification or Division Essay: A Graphic Organizer
422(1)
A Brush with Reality: Surprises in the Tube
423(4)
David Bodanis
Integrating Classification or Division Into an Essay
427(1)
A Guided Writing Assignment
428(1)
The Assignment
428(1)
Generating Ideas
429(5)
Developing Your Thesis
434(1)
Evaluating Your Ideas and Thesis
435(1)
Organizing and Drafting
435(3)
Analyzing and Revising
438(3)
Editing and Proofreading
441(1)
Students Write
442(1)
Motor Heads
442(3)
Ryan Porter
Reading A Classification or Division Essay
445(1)
Working with Text: Reading Classification or Division
446(1)
Thinking Critically About Classification and Division
446(1)
Territoriality
447(5)
Joseph A. DeVito
The Men We Carry in Our Minds
452(4)
Scott Russell Sanders
Applying Your Skills: Additional Essay Assignments
456(3)
Definition: Explaining What you Mean
459(44)
Chapter Quick Start
459(1)
Writing a Definition
460(1)
What is Definition?
460(1)
Cracking Cascarones
461(3)
Yleana Martinez
Characteristics of Extended Definitions
464(4)
Visualizing an Extended Definition Essay: A Graphic Organizer
468(1)
The Case for Frivolity
469(4)
Shannon Brownlee
Integrating Definitions Into an Essay
473(2)
A Guided Writing Assignment
475(1)
The Assignment
475(1)
Generating Ideas
475(3)
Developing Your Thesis
478(1)
Evaluating Your Ideas and Thesis
478(1)
Organizing and Drafting
479(3)
Analyzing and Revising
482(3)
Editing and Proofreading
485(1)
Students Write
486(1)
Hip Hop Music
486(3)
Jennifer Tumiel
Reading Definitions
489(1)
Working With Text: Reading Definitions
489(1)
Thinking Critically About Definition
490(1)
Life without Father
491(5)
David Blankenhorn
High-Tech Piracy
496(4)
Andrew Kimbrell
Applying Your Skills: Additional Essay Assignments
500(3)
Cause And Effect: Using Reasons And Results to Explain
503(44)
Chapter Quick Start
503(1)
Writing a Cause and Effect Essay
504(1)
What Are Cause and Effect?
504(1)
Personality Is What Makes Woods Special
505(2)
Charles Krauthammer
Characteristics of Cause and Effect Essays
507(5)
Visualizing Cause and Effect Essays: Three Graphic Organizers
512(2)
Extinction and Us
514(4)
Robert Wallace
Integrating Cause and Effect Into an Essay
518(1)
A Guided Writing Assignment
519(1)
The Assignment
519(1)
Generating Ideas
520(4)
Developing Your Thesis
524(1)
Evaluating Your Ideas and Thesis
525(1)
Organizing and Drafting
526(2)
Analyzing and Revising
528(3)
Editing and Proofreading
531(1)
Students Write
532(1)
An Early Start
532(3)
Harley Tong
Reading Cause and Effect Essays
535(1)
Working with Text: Reading Causal Analyses
536(1)
Thinking Critically About Cause And Effect
537(1)
Part-Time Employment Undermines Students' Commitment to School
538(4)
Laurence Steinberg
College President's Plan: Abolish High School
542(3)
George F. Will
Applying Your Skills: Additional Essay Assignments
545(2)
PART FOUR READING AND WRITING ARGUMENTS 547(78)
Reading Arguments
549(32)
Chapter Quick Start
549(1)
The Basic Parts Of An Argument
550(1)
When Volunteerism Isn't Noble
551(2)
Lynn Steirer
The Issue
553(1)
The Claim
553(1)
The Support
554(2)
The Refutation
556(1)
General Strategies for Reading Arguments
557(1)
Before You Read
557(2)
Economic Affirmative Action
559(2)
Ted Koerth
While You Read
561(1)
Strategies for Following The Structure of An Argument
562(1)
Using a Graphic Organizer
562(4)
Writing a Summary
566(2)
Strategies for Analyzing and Evaluating an Argument
568(1)
Analyzing the Elements of and Reasoning in an Argument
568(5)
Applying Your Skills: Additional Readings
573(1)
The Bilingual Ed Trap
573(3)
Michael Gonzales
Melting Pot or Tossed Salad?
576(5)
Dudley Barlow
Writing Arguments
581(44)
Chapter Quick Start
581(1)
Writing An Argument
582(1)
What is an Argument?
582(1)
Human Cloning? Don't Just Say No
583(1)
Ruth Macklin
Characteristics of Argument Essays
584(8)
Visualizing an Argument Essay: A Graphic Organizer
592(1)
Not White, Just Right
592(6)
Rachel Jones
A Guided Writing Assignment
598(1)
The Assignment
598(1)
Generating Ideas and Writing Your Thesis
598(4)
Developing Your Thesis and Making a Claim
602(1)
Evaluating Your Ideas, Evidence, and Claim
603(1)
Considering Opposing Viewpoints
603(2)
Organizing and Drafting
605(3)
Analyzing and Revising
608(4)
Editing and Proofreading
612(1)
Students Write
613(1)
Spend a Little, Save a Lot
613(3)
Sarah McCreight
Reading An Argument
616(1)
Working With Text: Responding to Arguments
616(1)
In Defense of Splitting Up: The Growing Antidivorce Movement Is Blind to the Costs of Bad Marriages
617(3)
Barbara Ehrenreich
Where Marriage Is a Scary Word
620(4)
John Leo
Applying Your Skills: Additional Essay Assignments
624(1)
PART FIVE ACADEMIC APPLICATIONS 625(142)
Planning a Paper with Sources
627(40)
Chapter Quick Start
627(1)
When Should you use Sources?
628(1)
Using Sources to Add Detail to an Essay
629(1)
Using Sources to Write a Research Paper
629(2)
Planning Your Paper
631(1)
Defining the Assignment
631(1)
Choosing an Interesting and Workable Topic
631(1)
Narrowing and Discovering Ideas about Your Topic
632(2)
Writing a Working Thesis and Listing Research Questions
634(1)
An Overview of Library and Internet Sources
635(1)
Learning Your Way around the Library
636(1)
Locating Useful Library and Online Sources
636(9)
Choosing Relevant And Reliable Sources
645(1)
Choosing Relevant Sources
645(1)
Choosing Reliable Sources
645(2)
Evaluating Internet Sources
647(1)
Working With Text: Reading Sources
648(1)
Scanning a Source
648(1)
Skimming a Source
649(1)
Reading a Source Closely
650(1)
Virtual Reality
650(4)
Jeffrey S. Hormann
Extracting Information from Sources
654(1)
Systems of Note-Taking
654(2)
Writing Summary Notes
656(1)
Writing Paraphrases
656(2)
Highlighting and Annotating Sources
658(1)
Recording Quotations
659(1)
Avoiding Plagiarism
659(2)
Conducting Field Research
661(1)
Interviewing
662(1)
Using a Survey
663(1)
Conducting Observations
664(3)
Writing a Research Paper
667(48)
Chapter Quick Start
667(1)
Planning And Writing Your First Draft
668(1)
Evaluating Your Reasearch and Working Thesis
669(2)
Planning Your Organization
671(1)
Drafting Your Research Paper
672(1)
Integrating Information From Sources
673(1)
Deciding What to Document
674(1)
Writing In-Text Citations
674(1)
Integrating Quotations
675(5)
Revising Your Research Paper
680(1)
Analyzing and Revising Your Paper as a Whole
680(1)
Analyzing and Revising Paragraphs and Sentences
681(1)
Documenting Your Sources: MLA Style
682(1)
MLA Style for In-Text Citations
682(4)
MLA Style for the List of Works Cited
686(7)
Documenting Your Sources: APA Style
693(1)
APA Style for In-Text Citations
693(3)
APA Style for the List of References
696(7)
Preparing Your Final Draft
703(1)
Formatting Your Paper
703(1)
Editing and Proofreading Your Paper
704(1)
Students Write
704(1)
Do Animals Have Emotions?
705(10)
Nicholas Destino
Reading And Writing About Literature
715(38)
Chapter Quick Start
715
The Bean Eaters
714(3)
Gwendolyn Brooks
A General Approach to Reading Literature
717(1)
The Language of Literature
718(1)
Similes, Metaphors, and Personification
718(1)
Symbols
719(1)
Irony
719(1)
Analyzing Short Stories
719(1)
The Secret Lion
720(5)
Alberto Rios
Setting
725(1)
Characters
725(1)
Point of View
725(1)
Plot
726(1)
Theme
726(3)
The Story of an Hour
729(2)
Kate Chopin
Analyzing Poetry
731(2)
Two Look at Two
733(2)
Robert Frost
Mirror
735(1)
Sylvia Plath
What Is Literary Analysis?
736(1)
Characteristics of Literary Analysis
736(1)
A Guided Writing Assignment
737(1)
The Assignment
737(1)
Generating Ideas
737(4)
Evaluating Your Ideas
741(1)
Developing Your Thesis
741(1)
Organizing and Drafting
742(1)
Analyzing and Revising
743(3)
Editing and Proofreading
746(1)
Students Write
747(1)
The Keeping of ``The Secret Lion''
747(6)
Andrew Decker
Essay Examinations And Timed Writings
753(14)
Chapter Quick Start
753(2)
Preparing For Essay Exams
755(1)
Write Study Sheets That Synthesize Information
755(1)
Predict Essay Exam Questions
756(1)
Draft Answers in Outline Form
757(1)
Reduce Informal Outlines to Key-Word Outlines
758(1)
Taking Essay Exams
759(1)
Some General Guidelines
759(1)
Analyzing Essay Exam Questions
760(2)
Writing Essay Answers
762(1)
Students Write
763(1)
Essay Exam Response
764(1)
Thinking Critically About Essay Exams
765(2)
PART SIX HANDBOOK: Writing Problems and How to Correct Them 767(2)
Review Of Basic Grammar
769(28)
1 Parts of Speech
769(17)
2 Sentence Structure
786(11)
Writing Correct Sentences
797(41)
3 Sentence Fragments
797(5)
4 Run-On Sentences and Comma Splices
802(6)
5 Subject-Verb Agreement
808(5)
6 Verb Forms
813(3)
7 Pronoun Problems
816(8)
8 Shifts and Mixed Constructions
824(6)
9 Adjectives and Adverbs
830(4)
10 Misplaced and Dangling Modifiers
834(4)
Using Punctuation Correctly
838(22)
11 End Punctuation
838(1)
12 Commas
839(6)
13 Semicolons
845(2)
14 Colons
847(2)
15 Quotation Marks
849(3)
16 Ellipsis Marks
852(2)
17 Apostrophes
854(2)
18 Parentheses and Brackets
856(2)
19 Dashes
858(2)
Managing Mechanics And Spelling
860(15)
20 Capitalization
860(2)
21 Abbreviations
862(1)
22 Numbers
863(2)
23 Italics and Underlining
865(1)
24 Hyphens
866(2)
25 Spelling
868(7)
ESL Troublespots
875(1)
26 Nouns and Articles
875(3)
27 Verbs
878(8)
28 The Prepositions In, On, and At
886(1)
29 Adjectives
887(1)
30 Common Sentence Problems
888
Appendix A Writing Assessment A-1
Appendix B Five Steps to Academic Success A-12
Answers to Even-Numbered Exercises AK-1
Index I-1

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