SF Writer and OneKey (Student IBook)

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  • Edition: Student
  • Format: Package
  • Copyright: 2005-01-01
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
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From its opening paragraph to its concluding almanac, this handbook examines the writing process today from the perspective of writers, young and old, learning new roles and reaching new audiences. The style is energetic and witty, the advice fresh and contemporary, the design ground-breaking.SF Writer/3Econtinues its reinvention of the tabbed/spiral bound writing handbook.It retains its ground-breaking emphasis on visual rhetoric, while offering fuller coverage of the writing process and various genres of writing. Topics covered include: working as a writer, shaping language, presenting your writing, writing arguments, research, documentation, understanding grammar, and understanding punctuation and mechanics.With its handy format and comprehensive scope of material (including the latest information in writing for the Web) this is the perfect desk reference for anyone that needs to write effectively for business or personal use.

Table of Contents

Working as a Writer
Writers at Work
Preparing to Write
Making a Point
Making Choices About Plagiarism
Creating a Structure
Revising, Editing, and Proofreading
Shaping Language
Making Choices About Language
Writing Stylish Sentences
Shaping Effective Paragraphs
Presenting Your Writing
Designing Documents
Enhancing Visual Style
Writing for the Web
Giving Oral Presentations
Model Documents
Writing Arguments
Reading and Responding Critically
Strategies of Argument
Visual Arguments
Writing a Literary or Popular Culture Analysis
Doing Research
Finding Information
Evaluating Sources
Using Sources Responsibly
Using Quotations Effectively
Collecting Source Information for Documentation
MLA Documenation
APA Documentation
CMS Documentation
CSE Documentation
COS Documentation
Understanding Grammar
Key Grammatical Terms
The Shape of Sentences
Sentences, Fragments, Comma Splices, and Run-ons
Subject-Verb Agreement
Verb Tense, Voice, and Mood
Suggestions for ESL Writers
Understanding Punctuation and Mechanics
End Punctuation
Semicolons and Colons
Quotation Marks and Ellipses
Parentheses and Brackets
Dashes, Hyphens, and Slashes
Italics and Capitalization
Apostrophes, Abbreviations, and Numbers
Spelling, Dictionary, Thesaurus
Glossary of Usage
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