Writing Unleashed

by Dana Anderson, Ronda Marman, Sybil Priebe

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Book Description

Welcome to Writing Unleashed, designed for use as a book in first-year college composition programs, written as an extremely brief guide for students, jam-packed with teachers' voices, students' voices, and engineered for fun.

This open book is licensed under a Creative Commons License (CC BY-NC-SA). You can download Writing Unleashed ebook for free in PDF format (4.3 MB).

Table of Contents

Section 1
Why, what, when, where, how, who?
 
Section 2
Rhetorical situation
 
Section 3
Brainstorming & prewriting
 
Section 4
Thesis & topic sentences
 
Section 5
Drafting
 
Section 6
Revising
 
Section 7
Editing
 
Section 8
Peer review
 
Section 9
Common essay problems
 
Section 10
Strategies
 
Section 11
Narration
 
Section 12
Description
 
Section 13
Illustration
 
Section 14
Process analysis
 
Section 15
Compare and contrast
 
Section 16
Division and classification
 
Section 17
Definition
 
Section 18
Cause and effect
 
Section 19
Argument
 
Section 20
Genres
 
Section 21
Memoirs
 
Section 22
Profiles
 
Section 23
Essays
 
Section 24
Letters
 
Section 25
Email
 
Section 26
Annotated bibliography
 
Section 27
Genres list
 
Section 28
Research
 
Section 29
The research process
 
Section 30
Nerd
 
Section 31
Grammar & mechanics
 
Section 32
Figurative language
 
Section 33
Style
 

Book Details

Publisher
NDSCS
Published
2019
Pages
137
Edition
1
Language
English
PDF Size
4.3 MB
License
CC BY-NC-SA

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