Reading Description Thinking Critically About Description Writing Descriptive Paragraphs READING AND WRITING EXAMPLE What Is an Example?
Reading Example Thinking Critically About Example Writing Example Paragraphs READ AND RESPOND A Student Essay ”The End of the Road: A Guide to break Ups,” Leila Kaji READ AND RESPOND A Professional Essay ”Cairo Tunnel,” Amanda Fields SELF-TEST SUMMARY 6 Organization: Additional Patterns What Are Additional Patterns of Organization? Reading Definition Thinking Critically About Definition Writing Definition Paragraphs READING AND WRITING CLASSIFICATION What Is Classification?
Read While Drafting Drafting your Essay Drafting Body Paragraphs Examining Student Writing Ted Sawchuck Supporting Your Thesis with Substantial Evidence Ted’s First Draft Using Transitions to Make Connections Write the Introduction, Conclusion, and Title Writing the Introduction Writing the Conclusion Selecting a Title Think Critically About and Revise Your Draft Examining Your Ideas Examining Content and Structure Revising Thesis Statements Revising Paragraphs Revising Sentences and Words Edit and Proofread READ AND RESPOND A Student Essay ”Relationships 2.0: Dating and Relating in the Internet Age,” Ted Sawchuck READ AND RESPOND A Professional Essay You’re Under Surveillance, Julia Angwin SELF-TEST SUMMARY 10 Reading and Writing Essays with Multiple Patterns What Is a Multi-Pattern Essay?
Recognize Multiple Patterns When Reading Identifying the Primary Pattern in a Multi-Pattern Essay Identifying Secondary Patterns in a Multi-Pattern Essay Examining a Professional Reading Picking Partners, Rebecca Donatelle Examining Student Writing Gang Life: Better from the Outside, De John Harris Write a Multiple Pattern Essay What to Consider When Choosing a Primary Pattern of Organization Choosing Secondary Patterns of Organization Drafting a Multiple-Pattern Essay READ AND RESPOND A Student Essay ”Gang Life: Better from the Outside,” Dejohn Harris READ AND RESPOND A Professional Essay ”What is the High Art of Competitive Eating?
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Emphasizing the harmonious nature of the reading and writing processes, it highlights critical thinking and reinforces its relationship to these processes.
Student and professional essays are presented at the start of each chapter and used as the basis for instruction, illustration, and practice.
Connect the Reading and Writing Processes Examining a Professional Article “The Flight from Conversation,” Sherry Turkle The Five Steps in the Writing Process Examining Student Writing Jake Frey Generate Ideas Organize Your Ideas Consider Your Audience and Purpose Write a First Draft Think Critically About Incorporating Visuals into Your Writing Revise and Rewrite Drafts Edit and Proofread Your Final Draft READ AND RESPOND A Student Essay The Romance of Technology, Jake Frey READ AND RESPOND A Professional Essay “The Flight from Conversation,” Sherry Turkle SELF-TEST SUMMARY Vocabulary Workshops WORKSHOP 1 Expanding Your Vocabulary WORKSHOP 2 Using Context Clues WORKSHOP 3 Using Word Parts PART TWO READING, WRITING, AND ORGANIZING PARAGRAPHS 3 Topics, Main Ideas, and Topic Sentences What Is a Paragraph? Examining Student Writing “From Bullet to Blue Sky,” Yesenia De Jesus Reading: Identify Supporting Details Types of Supporting Details Think Critically About Details Writing: Select and Organize Details to Support Your Topic Sentence Selecting Relevant Details Including Sufficient Details Types of Supporting Details Organize Details Effectively Use Specific Words Use Transitions to Guide Your Reading and Writing Reading: Identify Implied Main Ideas READ AND RESPOND A Student Essay “From Bullet to Blue Sky,” Yesenia De Jesus READ AND RESPOND A Professional Essay ”Hidden Hunger,” Katie Robbins SELF-TEST SUMMARY 5 Organization: Basic Patterns What Are Patterns of Organization?
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