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For courses in Developmental Writing – Essay.
Turns students into college-level writersTicket to Write: Writing College Essays is the premier introduction to college-level writing for freshmen who need further practice before entering composition courses. The text focuses on critical reading skills and guides students through the five steps of writing: prewriting, discovery drafting, revising, editing and proofreading, publishing. It then moves on to discover different types of writing found in the college classroom, such as critical essays and resource-based writing. Strong imageryengages visual learners throughout, and writing is related to relevant modern technologies. With grammar and mechanics coverage and note-taking strategies, Ticket to Write sharpens the basic skills students must develop to write at a higher level.
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1. The Reading–Writing Connection
2. Review of the Writing Process
3. Reflective Essay Writing: Description, Illustration, and Narration
4. Analytical Essay Writing: Process, Comparison and Contrast, Classification, and Cause and Effect
5. Position Essay Writing: Definition and Defense
6. Profile Essay Writing
7. Informative Essay Writing
8. Writing a Research Paper
9. Workplace Writing
10. College Competencies
II. SKILLS FOR WRITING IN COLLEGE
A. Sentence Fragments and Run-Ons
B. Errors in Pronoun Usage
C. Errors in Verb Usage
D. Errors in Subject–Verb Agreement
E. Errors in Modifiers
F. Errors in Punctuation