Twenty Questions for the Writer
For the basic course in composition, Twenty Questions for the Writer offers a combination rhetoric, reader, and hand book. This single volume is designed to accommodate a variety of approaches, intergrating coverage of the rhetorical modes with aims-based instruction. Features: * Focus on academic writing facilitates writing across the curriculum. * Guidelines for revision offer students a structured approach to this essential stage of writing. * Study questions and writing assignments appear throughout the book, along with rhetorical introductions to each reading. New to this edition: * Chapter 6 includes information on using computerized information services, as well as discussions of primary research. * Greater emphasis on a variety of writing includes student, academic, personal, and research-based writing. * Thematic table of contents and an aims-based table of contents accommodate diverse teaching styles. * Handbook is organized by a coding system that facilitates grading and student reference. * Attention to cultural diversity is visible throughout the text, particularly in the readings, 40 percent of which are NEW TO THIS EDITION.
- Paperback | 681 pages
- 172.7 x 226.1 x 30.5mm | 1,043.27g
- 01 Jan 1995
- Cengage Learning, Inc
- Heinle & Heinle Publishers Inc.,U.S.
- Florence, United States
- 6th Revised edition
Table of contents
Part I: The Writing Process. Part II: Writing a Short Paper: Twenty Questions. Part III: Beyond the Short Paper. Part IV: A Guide to Effective Language.