Rebecca Moore Howard. This Comprehensive version of Writing Matters unites research, reasoning, documentation, grammar, and style into a cohesive whole, helping students see the conventions of writing as a network of responsibilities writers have Writing Matters emphasizes the responsibility writers share, whether collaborating online in peer review or conducting research with digital and print sources, to treat information fairly and accurately and to craft writing that is unique and original—their own! Writing Matters emphasizes the need to use conventions appropriate to the readership, to write clearly, and to provide readers with the information and interpretation they need to make sense of a topic. Writing Matters encourages writers to explore a topic thoroughly and creatively, to assess sources carefully, and to provide reliable information at a depth that does the topic justice.
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Pricing subject to change at any time. The Expanding Definition of Literacy 1. Multiliteracies and Print Literary 2. Comprehending the Text 7.
Reflecting on the Text 7. Preparing to Write about the Text Analyzing Your Writing Situation Analyzing the Assignment and Setting a Schedule Generating Topics and Ideas Organizing Your Ideas Drafting Your Writing Project Development Using Patterns Connecting Paragraphs Analyzing Your Own Work Reconsidering Your Title Editing Your Words, Sentences Planning Your Design Project Layout and Format Websites and Web Pages Identifying Your Writing Situation Devising a Topic and Thesis Organizing the Presentation Rehearsing the Presentation Connecting with the Audience Academic Approach Sources of the Discipline Language of the Discipline Citing and Documenting Sources Using Visuals in the Disciplines Preparing for and Taking Exams Persuading and Exploring Choosing Evidence Rhetorically Considering Alternative Viewpoints Assumptions and Common Ground Avoiding Logical Fallacies Analyzing Literature Devising a Literacy Thesis Supporting Your Claims with Evidence from the Text Analyzing the Research Assignment and Setting a Schedule Choosing and Narrowing a Topic Research Questions, Thesis Choosing Research Sources Working Bibliography Reference Works Information on the Web Reliable Interactive Media Articles in Journals, Periodicals Using Your Library's Catalog Government Information Multimedia Sources Detecting Fake News Notes that Help Avoid Plagiarizing Paraphrasing and Summarizing without Patchwriting Capturing Quotations in Notes Drafting a Thesis Statement Organizing Notes and Outlining Analysis, Interpretation, Synthesis, and Critique of Sources Supporting Claims with Summaries, Paraphrases, and Quotations Revising, Editing, Proofreading, and Formatting Integrating Source Material Responsibly Showing Source Boundaries Emphasizing Your Voice Providing Context Integrating Altered Quotations Writing Responsibly Acknowledging Indirect Sources Chicago-Style Notes, Bibliography Chicago Style Tables and Figures Formatting in Chicago-Style Wordy Expressions Ineffective Repetition Wordy Sentence Patterns Consolidating Phrases, Clauses, and Sentences Paired Items, Items in a Series Words That Maintain Parallelism Sentence Length and Structure Sentence Openings Sentence Rhythm Strategic Repetition Active vs.
Passive Voice Language and Context Biased or Hurtful Language Denotation and Connotation Compelling Words and Figures Choosing a Dictionary
Writing Matters: A Handbook for Writing and Research
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