The STUDENT COURSE GUIDE FOR THE WRITER'S CIRCLE, Third Edition, is for exclusive use with the Dallas TeleLearning course, The Writer's Circle. An integral component to the course, the Student Course Guide acts as a bridge between the two other resources that make up the course--The Writer's Circle video series and THE COMPOSITION OF EVERYDAY LIFE 4E text. Designed for students, each chapter in this booklet outlines the lesson goals and objectives, provides guidelines for assignments found in THE COMPOSITION OF EVERYDAY LIFE and features additional enrichment activities that assist students as they begin to write. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.4. Attempt various support strategies to increase the credibility of the writera#39;s voice in writing a causal argument. 5. Revise the causal ... 5. How does a writer develop support for an argumentative essay of cause? 6. What is counterargument? How is counterargument useful in an ... How should the writer use paragraphs? 11.
|Title||:||Student Course Guide for Writer's Circle|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2012-09-12|