Here's How to Write Well is a rhetoric and handbook distinguished by its clarity, brevity, and readability. Its friendly, conversational tone and uncomplicated organization make the book easily accessible to readers. Although brief, this reasonably priced text offers thorough and practical instruction in the writing process, critical thinking and logic, reading, and the research paper, plus a compact handbook. The second edition includes new coverage of computers in the writing process-paper topics accessing the Internet, the role of computers in planning a paper, and updated information on accessing and documenting electronic sources. For those interested in improving their critical thinking, reading and writing skills. In this guide to writing academic papers, discussion of proper grammar, citations, quoting, punctuation, and other common writing necessities accompanies material on sorting ideas, revising, and editing the final draft.Imagine Your Readers If your teacher doesna#39;t specify an audience for you, youa#39;ll find it helpful to think of your readers ... For example, Barb Taylora#39;s research essay could be directed at parents of small children and might appear in Parents ... Then consult your working outline, and arrange the stacks in the order that the headings appear there. As you write, following this plan, you will have the information you need in front of you, ready to be incorporated into the first draft of your paper.
|Title||:||Here's How to Write Well|
|Author||:||Elizabeth McMahan, Robert Funk|
|Publisher||:||Longman Publishing Group - 2001-06-01|