Expressways : Writing Scenarios (with MyWritingLab Student Access Code Card)

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  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Package
  • Copyright: 2008-10-29
  • Publisher: Longman
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A developmental paragraph-to-essay writing text that provides the reader with writing instruction for success in academic, workplace and everyday writing situations. The reader is coached for writing success in academic, workplace and everyday writing situations. Emphasis on writing to different audiences (academic, workplace, and personal); focus on the reading-writing connection and strategies for active reading; detailed coverage of the stages within the writing process; student success theme help real students become successful college writers. Developmental English - Paragraph to Essay

Table of Contents

Rhetorical Contents
writing success starts here!
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, Doug Mello
Proofreading Your Final Draft
Benefits of the Five-Step Writing Process
Considering Your Audience and Purpose Chapter Review and Practice Internet Activities
The Active Reading
Process Reading Actively Previewing
Before Reading Body Language: Never Be Lied to Again, David J. Lieberman
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
Saved by the Kindness of a Virtual Stranger, Mark Zelermyer
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 Internet Activities
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
A Job Application Letter
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