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What Every Student Should Know About Writing Across the Curriculum offers students useful advice and a plethora of sample papers to serve as models for the most common writing assignments they will receive across the disciplines in their college courses-summaries, lab reports, policy/position papers, analyses, letters and memos, and more. This user-friendly guide also includes practical tips and samples to help students incorporate visuals into their academic papers and effectively design their documents. Book jacket.
Table of Contents
|Introduction: Writing for College||p. vi|
|Critical Thinking/Critical Reading/Critical Writing||p. vi|
|Writing for a Reason||p. vi|
|The Writing Process||p. vii|
|Sample Student Essay for Philosophy, Using MLA Documentation Style||p. 2|
|Position Papers||p. 8|
|Sample Student Paper for Sociology, Using APA Documentation Style||p. 9|
|Sample Student Essay for Biology, Using CSE Documentation Style||p. 16|
|Sample Student Analysis of a Work of Literature, Using MLA Documentation Style||p. 23|
|Literature Reviews||p. 30|
|Sample Student Literature Review for Communication, Using APA Documentation Style||p. 31|
|Annotated Bibliographies||p. 37|
|Sample Student Bibliography for Education, Using APA Documentation Style||p. 38|
|Research Papers||p. 42|
|Sample Student Research Paper for Statistics, Using CMS Documentation Style||p. 44|
|Sample Student Research Paper for Theater, Using MLA Documentation Style||p. 54|
|Sample Student Research Paper for Political Science, Using APA Documentation Style||p. 66|
|Sample Student Grant Proposal for Biology, Using CSE Documentation Style||p. 78|
|Sample Student Memo to Business Class||p. 88|
|Sample Student Letter to Potential Employer||p. 92|
|Using Visuals||p. 94|
|Sample Student Table||p. 95|
|Sample Student Chart||p. 96|
|Using Design Principles Effectively||p. 97|
|Sample Student Memo Using First- and Second-Level Headings||p. 98|
|A Writing Checklist||p. 99|
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