Expressways for Writing Scenarios: From Paragraph to Essay (with MyWritingLab)

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  • Copyright: 2007-01-01
  • Publisher: Longman
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Expressways for Writing Scenarios, Kathleen McWhorterrs"s new text provides writing instruction for success in academic, workplace and everyday writing situations while featuring an integrated writing-reading approach, step-by-step instruction, and a supportive tone.Expresswaysteaches the fundamentals of paragraph and essay writing through structured, sequential instruction; varied exercises that build upon each other; numerous examples of student writing; and the use of high-interest, issue-oriented or workplace-related readings.

Table of Contents

Detailed Contents
Rhetorical Contents
Thematic Contents
The Student's Guide to Writing Success?
Tabs: Take Charge of Your Learning
Use the Help Features in This Book
Writing Success Tips
Getting Started
The Writing Process: An Overview?
What is Good Writing?
The Five Steps in the Writing Process
Generating Ideas
When to Use Which Technique
Organizing Your Ideas
Using an Idea Map to Organize Your Ideas
Writing a First Draft?
Student Essay (first draft)
Revising and Rewriting Drafts?
Student Essay: Education: The Open Road
Proofreading Your Final Draft?
Benefits of the Five-Step Writing Process
Considering Your Audience and Purpose
Chapter Summary
Chapter Review and Practice
Reviewing the Chapter
Internet Activities
The Active Reading Process
Reading Actively
Previewing Before Reading
"Body Language: Never Be Lied to Again,"
Reading to Learn: Chapters, Student and Professional Essays, and Professional Essays
Using Idea Maps to Understand Readings
Understanding Difficult Readings
Reading Critically
Building Your Vocabulary Through Reading
Writing About a Reading
Thinking Before Reading
Reading: "Saved by the Kindness of a Virtual Stranger"
Getting Reading to Write
Reviewing the Reading
Examining the Reading: Drawing and Idea Map
Thinking Critically: Asking Critical Questions
Strengthening Your Vocabulary
Reacting to Ideas: Discussion and Journal Writing
Writing About the Reading
Chapter Review and Practice
Chapter Review
Internet Activity
Paragraph Writing Strategies
Writing Topic Sentences
What Is a Paragraph?
Writing Effective Topic Sentences
An Academic Scenario: A Student Essay "What It Means to Live in America."
Loi To A Workplace Scenario: Sample Job Application Letter
Writing About A Reading
Thinking Before Reading
Reading: "Stressed Out at the Front"
Getting Ready to Write?
Reviewing the Reading Examining the Reading: Immediate Review and Underlining Topic
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