Engaging Questions: A Guide to Writing

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  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2012-01-05
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
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Engaging Questions takes a practical approach to composing, with a view that good writing occurs in the context of critical thinking. By using a consistent methodology that prompts students to learn and practice "the art of questioning," Engaging Questions presents writing as one essential part of the critical thinking whole, ultimately empowering students to become skilled thinkers and confident writers. In combination with CONNECT Composition, integrated and paired with Blackboard, the program offers a powerful and unique print and digital solution for those looking for a new, more current rhetoric.

Table of Contents

Part I: Exploring Writing and Reading

Ch 1: Critical Thinking and the Art of Questioning

Ch. 2: Critical Reading and the Art of Questioning

Ch. 3: Writing and the Art of Questioning

How Do I Write a Rhetorical Analysis?

How Do I Write a Blog?

Part II: Practicing Writing

Ch. 4: Interpreting Experiences

Ch. 5: Creating Profiles

Ch. 6: Presenting Information

Ch. 7: Exploring a Concept

Ch. 8: Comparing Perspectives

Ch. 9: Critiquing an Argument

Ch. 10: Making a Case

Ch. 11: Appealing for Action

Ch. 12: Writing an Evaluation

Ch. 13: Choosing Strategies of Development

Ch. 14: Editing Fundamentals

How Do I Write a Reflection?

How Do I Write a Visual Analysis?

How Do I Write a Review?

How Do I Write an Editorial?

How Do I Write a Proposal?

Part III: Researching Writing

Ch. 15: Planning a Research Project

Ch. 16: Finding Sources

Ch. 17: Evaluating Sources

Ch. 18: Incorporating Source Materials

Ch. 19: Using Sources Responsibly

Ch. 20: Documenting Your Sources: MLA

Ch. 21: Documenting Your Sources: APA

How Do I Write a Research Proposal?

How Do I Write an Annotated Bibliography?

eBook Content

Ch. 22: Interpreting Short Stories

Ch. 23: Claiming Voice

Ch. 24: Designing Documents and Using Graphics

Ch. 25: Writing Portfolios

Ch. 26: Mastering Essay Exams

Ch. 27: Oral Presentations

How Do I Write a Prospectus?

How Do I Write a Lab Report?

How Do I Write Instructions?

How Do I Write an Abstract?

eBook Handbook

H-1: Signaling the Reader

H-2: Editing for Common Errors

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