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ISBN-10: 0131952269

ISBN-13: 9780131952263

Edition: 5th 2007 (Revised)

Authors: Doug Hesse, Lynn Quitman Troyka

List price: $68.00
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Book details

List price: $68.00
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 2/13/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 576
Size: 7.00" wide x 8.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.892
Language: English

Thinking, Reading, and Writing Critically
Thinking Like a Writer
Why writing is important
Thinking like a writer
Situation, audience, and purpose
Critical thinking
Steps in critical thinking
Reading Critically
Critical reading
Steps in critical reading
Determining literal meaning
Making inferences
Making evaluations
Close and active reading
Systematic reading
Connecting critical reading to writing
Distinguishing Between Summary and Synthesis
Summarizing
Synthesizing
Synthesizing multiple sources
Synthesizing one source
Viewing Images Critically
Viewing with a critical eye
Writing and Technology
Computers and writers
Creating documents
Finding resources
Managing your work
Communicating with others
Computers and forms of writing
Writing Process
The writing process
The purposes for writing
Informing a reader
Persuading a reader
The writerrsquo;s audience
Writing for a peer-response group
Writing for an instructor
Writing for a supervisor
The writerrsquo;s tone
The writing topic
Selecting your own topic
Narrowing or broadening an assigned topic
The writing situation
Finding ideas
Keeping a journal
Free writing
Chatting
Brainstorming
Asking and answering questions
Clustering
Thesis statements
Outlining
Drafting
Writing a first draft
Overcoming writerrsquo;s block
Revising, Editing, and Proofreading
Revising strategies
Using my thesis statement and essay title to revise
Editing strategies
Proofreading strategies
Composing Paragraphs
Understanding paragraphs
Introductory paragraphs
Topic sentences
Starting with a topic sentence
Ending with a topic sentence
Implying a topic sentence
Supporting details
Coherent paragraphs
Using transitional expressions
Using deliberate repetition and parallelism
Body paragraphs
Composing a narration
Composing a description
Describing a process
Composing an example or illustration
Composing a definition
Composing a comparison and contrast
Composing an analysis
Composing a classification
Composing an analogy
Explaining cause and effect
Concluding paragraphs
Writing to Inform
Informative essays
Studentrsquo;s informative essay
Writing To Argue
Understanding argument
Choosing a topic and developing a claim
Supporting an argument
Types of appeals
Considering the evidence
Structuring an argument
Logical fallacies
Revising argument essays
Studentrsquo;s argument essay
An Overview of Writing Across the Curriculum
Writing across the curriculum
Writing about the humanities and literature
What the humanities are
Types of sources
Types of papers