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WriteNow : read, think, research, persuade, communicate / Karin L. Russell.

By: Russell, Karin L [author.]
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, [2012]Copyright date: c2012Description: xiv, 445 pages : illustrations (color) ; 28 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780073397078 (alk. paper); 0073397075 (alk. paper); 9781259596797; 1259596796; 9780077480196 (Access card); 0077480198 (Access card)Subject(s): English language -- Rhetoric -- Problems, exercises, etc | Report writing -- Problems, exercises, etc | Critical thinking -- Problems, exercises, etc | | Humanities: English November2018Genre/Form: -- Reading bookDDC classification: 808.042 Online resources: Registration card for online access to eBook and assignment material
Contents:
PART ONE Introduction to Writing: Why Writing is Important for Success<h/2> Chapter 1. Getting Started with Writing Chapter 2. The Writing Process Chapter 3. Writing Sentences, Paragraphs, and Essays Chapter 4. The Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing Connection PART TWO Writing Strategies: Why Writing Strategies Can Be Combined<h/2> Chapter 5. Narrating: Memories Chapter 6. Describing: Media and Popular Culture Chapter 7. Explaining a Process: Cultures and Traditions Chapter 8. Comparing and Contrasting: Computers and Technology Chapter 9. Analyzing Causes and Effects: Health and Medicine Chapter 10. Persuading: Men and Women Chapter 11. Evaluating: Film and the Arts Chapter 12. Solving a Problem: Crime and Justice PART THREE Research Guide: Why Research Skills are Essential<h/2> Chapter 13. Planning and Writing a Research Paper Chapter 14. Documenting a Research Paper Chapter 15. Giving an Effective Oral Presentation
Summary: An English composition textbook that convinces students that writing is important in school, in the workplace, and in their lives. It includes career-based writing examples as well as traditional, contemporary, and multicultural readings. It introduces an approach to writing tasks called the rhetorical star.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

PART ONE Introduction to Writing: Why Writing is Important for Success<h/2> Chapter 1. Getting Started with Writing Chapter 2. The Writing Process Chapter 3. Writing Sentences, Paragraphs, and Essays Chapter 4. The Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing Connection PART TWO Writing Strategies: Why Writing Strategies Can Be Combined<h/2> Chapter 5. Narrating: Memories Chapter 6. Describing: Media and Popular Culture Chapter 7. Explaining a Process: Cultures and Traditions Chapter 8. Comparing and Contrasting: Computers and Technology Chapter 9. Analyzing Causes and Effects: Health and Medicine Chapter 10. Persuading: Men and Women Chapter 11. Evaluating: Film and the Arts Chapter 12. Solving a Problem: Crime and Justice PART THREE Research Guide: Why Research Skills are Essential<h/2> Chapter 13. Planning and Writing a Research Paper Chapter 14. Documenting a Research Paper Chapter 15. Giving an Effective Oral Presentation

An English composition textbook that convinces students that writing is important in school, in the workplace, and in their lives. It includes career-based writing examples as well as traditional, contemporary, and multicultural readings. It introduces an approach to writing tasks called the rhetorical star.

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