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Steps to Writing Well with Additional Readings
Steps to Writing Well with Additional Readings (ISBN 9781428292055) is for its friendly-tone and easy-to-understand steps. Jean Wyrick is clear when presenting the basics of writing and integrates a rich selection of writing materials to give inspiration to students as well as familiarize them with different types of literature. The book starts off with...
Steps to Writing Well with Additional Readings (ISBN 9781428292055) is for its friendly-tone and easy-to-understand steps. Jean Wyrick is clear when presenting the basics of writing and integrates a rich selection of writing materials to give inspiration to students as well as familiarize them with different types of literature. The book starts off with the basic of the short essay, explaining prewriting, the thesis statement, the body paragraphs, beginning and endings, drafting and revising using creative and critical thinking, and effective sentences. Word logic and exposition are also explained along with purposes, modes, and strategies such as exposition, argumentation, narration, and writing essays using multiple strategies. There are plenty of examples offered in the textbook, including student essays and Harold Kent's Darkness at Noon, Nicholas Cage's The Teacher Who Changed Me, Martin Gansberg's Who Saw Murder Didn't Call the Police, Amy Tan's Mother Tongue, and W. Bruce Cameron's A Day at the Theme Park, Alice Walker's When the Other Dance is the Self and Martin Luther King, Jr.'s I Have A Dream. Jean Wyrick appended a handbook on basic grammar and writing. This new edition of Steps to Writing Well with Additional Readings has been thoroughly revised. It features new assignments and exercises to help students sharpen their writing and critical thinking skills. This reliable textbook is widely available in shops and rentals. It is an indispensable reference for those who want to improve their writing skills (for other classes and purposes) all together. Though this textbook is meant for college writing classes, it can serve as a reference for graduate school students.
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