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Composing to Communicate

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ISBN-10: 1285189019

ISBN-13: 9781285189017

Edition: 2017

Authors: Robert Saba

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COMPOSING TO COMMUNICATE: A STUDENT'S GUIDE takes a conversational, "how to" approach to show you how writing connects to your academic and career goals. The textbook's jargon-free instruction provides you with accessible strategies that can be applied to all of your college writing tasks. The textbook focuses on teaching you how you can use writing and communicating to solve real problems and address issues that matter to you. It supports this theme by presenting student writing samples that demonstrate how writing for class can be more than just an academic exercise. Learning objectives open each chapter so you can focus on the most important points. The variety of writing projects, readings, and interviews with student writers aim to make your composition course more interesting than you may have imagined it could be.
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Book details

List price: $52.95
Copyright year: 2017
Publisher: Wadsworth
Publication date: 11/2/2015
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 512
Size: 6.50" wide x 8.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.024
Language: English

Robert G. Saba's life experiences include time as a Catholic monk, as a professional counselor, and as distinguished professor of education. He is the author of Choose to Share, and his writings have appeared in journals of the American Counseling Association and the North American Society of Adlerian Psychology. He earned a BS in biology from the College of Santa Fe, and an MEd from Louisiana State University and PhD from the University of Southern Mississippi, both in guidance and counseling. He is interested in the intersection and synthesis of human development, psychology, history, evolution, and Christianity. All his experiences in teaching, counseling, and prayer have led him to conclude a personal relationship with God is possible through the divine developomental gift of the freedom of choice. With this gift, we are free to choose to abide in Christ and become an adopted child of God or to reject the offer and search elsewhere.(Editor: Please italicize the following: Par 1, Sentence 2: "Choose to Share"