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In Concert Reading and Writing

ISBN-10: 0321838629
ISBN-13: 9780321838629
Edition: 2013 (Revised)
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Description: In Concertis one of two titles in a new first edition series written for the integrated Reading/Writing Developmental English course by an author who is an expert in both fields of study - Kathleen McWhorter.In Concert, the second book in the  More...

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Book details

List price: $121.40
Copyright year: 2013
Publisher: Addison Wesley
Publication date: 8/10/2012
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 704
Size: 8.50" wide x 11.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 2.948

In Concertis one of two titles in a new first edition series written for the integrated Reading/Writing Developmental English course by an author who is an expert in both fields of study - Kathleen McWhorter.In Concert, the second book in the series, correlates to the intermediate developmental reading level and the paragraph to essay developmental writing level.

Reading and Writing Success Starts Here!
Use the Help Features in This Book
Reading and Writing Success Tips
Manage Your Time and Identify a Place to Study
Manage Your Electronic Life
Build Your Concentration
Keep a Writing Journal
Collaborate for Success
Introduction to Reading and Writing
An Overview of Active Reading
Focusing on Reading and Writing
What Is Active Reading?
Preview Before Reading
Form Guide Questions
Keys to Understanding What You Read
Build Your Vocabulary Through Reading
Think Critically
Integrating Reading and Writing
Read and Respond
A Professional Essay A Brother Lost
Self-Test Summary
Vocabulary Workshops
Expanding Your Vocabulary
Using Context Clues
Learning Specialized and Technical Vocabulary
Using Word Parts
An Overview of the Writing Process
Focusing on Reading and Writing
What Is Good Writing?
The Five Steps in Writing Process
Generate Ideas
Organize Your Ideas
Write a First Draft
Revise and Rewrite Drafts
Proofread Your Final Draft
Consider Your Audience and Purpose
Integrating Reading and Writing
Read and Respond
A Student Essay Education: The Open Road
Read and Respond
A Professional Essay Credit Card Smarts: Take Charge of Your Cards
Self-Test Summary
Reading and Learning from College Textbooks
Focusing on Reading and Writing
Why Write as You Read and Study?
Reading
Strategies for Reading Textbooks
Use the SQ3R System for Learning from Textbooks
Writing
Use Learning and Recall Strategies
Highlight and Annotate
Outline
Map
Paraphrase
Summarize
Think Critically About Information in Textbooks
Integrating Reading and Writing
Read and Respond
Textbook Excerpt How to Remember What You Study
Self-Test Summary
Reading and Evaluating Visuals
Focusing on Reading and Writing
Why Use Visuals?
Use Strategies for Reading and Interpreting Visuals
Integrate Text and Visuals
Types of Visuals
Photographs
Maps
Tables
Graphs
Diagrams
Charts
Infographics
Cartoons
Think Critically About Visuals
Integrating Reading and Writing
Read and Respond
A Professional Essay Are You Hooked?
Self-Test Summary
Reading, Writing, and Organizing Paragraphs
Topics, Main Ideas, and Topic Sentences
Focusing on Reading and Writing
What Is a Paragraph?
Reading
Locate the Topic
Locate the Main Idea
Tips for Locating the Topic Sentence
Think Critically About Main Ideas
Writing 000
Write Effective Topic Sentences
Choose a Manageable Topic
Tips for Writing Effective Topic Sentences
Integrating Reading and Writing
Read and Respond
A Student Essay The Russian and U.S. School Systems
Read and Respond
A Professional Essay Greed, Cancer, and Pink KFC Buckets
Self-Test Summary
Details, Transitions, and Implied Main Ideas
Focusing on Reading and Writing
What Are Details, Transitions, and Implied Main Ideas?
Reading
Identify Supporting Details
Types of Supporting Details
Think Critically About Details
Use Transitions to Guide Your Reading
Identify Implied Main Ideas
Writing
Select Relevant and Sufficient Details
Organize Details Effectively
Use Transitional Word and Phrases to Connect Details
Use Specific Words
Integrating Reading and Writing
Read and Respond
A Student Essay The China Bug
Read and Respond
A Professional Essay The Most Hateful Words
Self-Test Summary
Organization: Basic Patterns
Focusing on Reading and Writing
What Are Patterns of Organization?
Reading and Writing Time Sequence: Chronological Order, Process, and Narration
What Is Time Sequence?
Reading Chronological Order, Process, and Narration
Writing Process Paragraphs
Writing Narration Paragraphs
Reading and Writing Description
What Is Description?
Reading Description
Writing Descriptive Paragraphs
Reading and Writing Example
What Is an Example?
Reading Examples
Writing Example Paragraphs
Thinking Critically About Patterns of Organization
Integrating Reading and Writing
Read and Respond
A Student Essay From Bullet to Blue Sky
Read and Respond
A Professional Essay Cairo Tunnel
Self-Test Summary
Organization: Additional Patterns
Focusing on Reading and Writing
What Are Additional Patterns of Organization?
Reading and Writing Definition
What Is Definition?
Reading Definition
Writing Definition Paragraphs
Reading and Writing Classification
What Is Classification?
Reading Classification
Writing Classification Paragraphs
Reading and Writing Comparison and Contrast
What Are Comparison and Contrast?
Reading Comparison and Contrast
Writing Comparison and Contrast Paragraphs
Reading and Writing Cause and Effect
What Is Cause and Effect?
Reading Cause and Effect
Writing Cause and Effect Paragraphs
Reading and Writing Other Patterns of Organization
Statement and Clarification
Summary
Addition
Spatial Order
Thinking Critically About Patterns of Organization
Integrating Reading and Writing
Read and Respond
A Student Essay Benefits of Joining the Military
Read and Respond
A Professional Essay E-Waste and E-Waste Recycling
Self-Test Summary
Strategies for Revising Paragraphs
Focusing on Reading and Writing
What Is Revision?
Reading
Read Critically to Revise
Writing
Consider Your Purpose and Audience
Examine Your Ideas
Revise for Specific and Vivid Language
Edit for Correctness
Integrating Reading and Writing
Read and Respond
A Student Essay My Unexpected Addiction
Read and Respond
A Professional Essay Who Should Live, and Who Should Die? The Dilemma of Rationing Medical Care
Self-Test Summary
Reading and Writing Essays
Reading, Planning, and Organizing Essays
Focusing on Reading and Writing
Why Read and Write Essays?
Reading
Read Essays to Build Comprehension and Recall
Understand the Structure of an Essay
To Catch A Liar
Mind Your Own Browser
Read for Retention, Recall, and Response
Think Critically About Essays
Writing
Choose a Topic
Generate Ideas About Your Topic
Plan Your Essay
Organize Your Essay
Integrating Reading and Writing
Read and Respond
Student Freewriting, Ted Sawchuck
Read and Respond
Measuring Success by Access to Gadgets, Patrick Smith
Self-Test Summary
Drafting and Revising Essays
Focusing on Reading and Writing
What Is a Draft?
Reading
Read While Drafting
Writing
Write and Revise Your Thesis Statement
Support Your Thesis with Substantial Evidence
Use Transitions to Make Connections
Write the Introduction, Conclusion, and Title
Think Critically About Your Draft and How to Revise It
Edit and Proofread
Integrating Reading and Writing
Read and Respond
A Student Essay Relationships 2.0: Dating and Relating in the Internet
Age
Read and Respond
A Professional Essay Stop Asking Me My Major
Self-Test Summary
Reading and Writing Essays with Multiple Patterns
Focusing on Reading and Writing
What Is a Multi-Pattern Essay?
Reading
Recognizing Multiple Patterns
Writing
Choose a Primary Pattern of Organization for Your Essay
Common Secondary Patterns of Organization
Plan and Write a Multi-Pattern Essay
Use Multiple Patterns in Introductions, Body Paragraphs, and Conclusions
Integrating Reading and Writing
Read and Respond
A Student Essay Gang Life: Better from the Outside
Read and Respond
A Professional Essay Emotional Troubles for "Cyberbullies" and Victims
Self-Test Summary
Critical Thinking, Reading, and Writing
Critical Thinking: Making Inferences and Analyzing the Author's Message
Focusing on Reading and Writing
What Is Critical Thinking?
Reading
Make Inferences
Assess the Source and Author Qualifications
Distinguish Between Fact and Opinion
Evaluate Evidence and Omissions
Analyze Tone
Writing
Think Critically When Writing
Integrating Reading and Writing
Read and Respond
A Student Essay Making a Difference
Read and Respond
A Professional Essay Are Latinos Different?
Self-Test Summary
Critical Thinking: Evaluating the Author's Techniques
Focusing on Reading and Writing
Why Evaluate the Author's Techniques?
Reading
Understand Connotative and Figurative Language
Analyze Assumptions
Evaluate Generalizations
Identify Bias
Writing
Write Effectively and Fairly
Integrating Reading and Writing
Read and Respond
A Student Essay From Ignorant Bliss to Painful Awareness
Read and Respond
A Professional Essay Sweatshops at Sea
Self-Test Summary
Critical Thinking: Reading and Writing Arguments
Focusing on Reading and Writing
What Is an Argument?
Reading
The Parts of an Argument
Read an Argument Effectively
Think Critically About Arguments
From a Vegetarian: Looking at Hunting from Both Sides Now
Writing
Write Argument Paragraphs
Write Argument Essays
Integrating Reading and Writing
Read and Respond
A Student Essay Marijuana: An Argument for Legalization
Read and Respond
Paired Professional Essays Should Online States Ban Postings by Groups the Government Identifies as Terrorists?
Pro Argument from Sen. Joseph Lieberman
Con Argument Leslie Harris and John Morris
Self-Test Summary
Reading and Writing from Sources
Writing Essays Using Sources
Integrating Reading and Writing
What Is an Essay that Uses Sources?
Find and Record Appropriate Sources
Use Sources to Support Your Thesis and Develop Your Essay
Synthesize Sources
Document Sources
An Overview of MLA Style
An Overview of APA Style
Read and Respond
A Student Essay Weighing the Consequences of Censorship in the Media
Self-Test Summary
Handbook: Reviewing the Basics
U nderstanding the Parts of Speech
U nderstanding the Parts of Sentences
Avo iding Sentence Errors
Writing Effective Sentences
Us ing Punctuation Correctly
M anaging Mechanics and spelling
Error Correction Exercises
Credits
Index

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