Good writing is a network of skills that can be taught, practiced, and mastered. These books present paragraph development and composition skills in clear, teachable steps. Each book offers students dependable strategies as well as opportunities to bring their own ideas and talent to the writing process. Important features of the series: -- Presents important organizational principles of good academic writing, including topic sentences, maintaining unity and coherence, making and supporting a point, providing clear transitions, and writing clear introductory and concluding paragraphs. -- Shows students how to apply these organizational principles to major rhetorical forms: classification, cause and effect, comparison and contrast, problem and solution, writing a summary, personal expression, and essays for college applications. -- Offers extensive practice in every step of the writing process, including prewriting, drafting, revision, and editing. -- Provides individual practiceon additional topics in qOn Your Ownq sections. -- Offers effective error correction and editing practice in qYou Be the Editorq sections. Takes students step-by-step from paragraph development to understanding the principles of good essay writing. The book's abundant writing activities appeal to students' intellectual interests.Good writing is a network of skills that can be taught, practiced, and mastered. These books present paragraph development and composition skills in clear, teachable steps.
|Title||:||Ready to Write More|
|Author||:||Karen Lourie Blanchard|
|Publisher||:||Addison Wesley Publishing Company - 1997-01-01|