The Allyn & Bacon Guide to Writing
Chapter 1: Posing Problems: The Demands of College
Chapter 2: Pursuing Problems: Exploratory Writing . . .
Chapter 3: Thinking Rhetorically about Question, . . .
Chapter 4: Thinking Rhetorically about Purpose, . . .
Chapter 5: Seeing Rhetorically: The Writer as . . .
Chapter 6: Reading Rhetorically: The Writer as . . .
Chapter 7: Writing an Autobiographical Narrative
Chapter 8: Writing an Exploratory Essay
Chapter 9: Writing an Informative (and Surprising)
Chapter 10: Analyzing Images
Chapter 11: Analyzing Numerical Data
Chapter 12: Analyzing a Short Story
Chapter 13: Analyzing and Synthesizing Ideas
Chapter 14: Investigating Questions about Causes . . .
Chapter 15: Writing a Classical Argument
Chapter 16: Making an Evaluation
Chapter 17: Proposing a Solution
Chapter 18: Writing as a Problem-Solving Process
Chapter 19: Composing and Revising Closed-Form . . .
Chapter 20: Composing and Revising Open-Form Prose
Chapter 21: An Introduction to Research
Chapter 22: Finding and Evaluating Sources
Chapter 23: Using, Citing, and Documenting Sources
Chapter 24: Advanced or Specialized Research Skills
Chapter 25: Oral Communication: Working in Groups . . .
Chapter 26: Essay Exams: Writing Well Under . . .
Chapter 27: Assembling a Portfolio and Writing a . . .
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