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Little DK Handbook, The

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Texte du rabat Concise English handbook covering how to do research, how to draft a paper, how to finalize a paper. Covers grammar... Lire la suite
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Concise English handbook covering how to do research, how to draft a paper, how to finalize a paper. Covers grammar and all major academic styles: MLA, APA, CSE, and SMS.



Résumé
For first-year courses in Composition.

An Accessible and Visually Engaging Guide to Writing
Distinctively designed, The Little DK Handbook stands apart from other handbooks. Visually rich two-page spreads marry design and content in a way that makes information appealing and understandable. Students will learn to narrow down topics, find and cite sources properly, present information clearly, craft arguments and hone their voices, and adhere to conventions.

With more attention to research – particularly online research – than other handbooks, The Little DK provides a solid foundation in information literacy. Grammar and documentation (MLA, APA, CMS, CSE) are presented in an approachable, accessible way. The groundbreaking layout creates a consistent look and feel that helps students connect with the material, find information, and recognize solutions to writing problems they often don’t know how to look up.

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Part 1: A Process for Academic Composing

  • What Is Composing?
  • What Is Rhetoric?
  • Academic Writing
  • Understanding an Assignment

Part 2: Finding Ideas

  • A Research Process
  • Finding a Topic
  • Questions to Guide Research
  • Choosing Sources
  • Finding Sources
  • Starting a Paper


Part 3: Evaluating and Tracking Sources Ethically

  • Evaluating Sources for Relevance
  • Evaluating Sources for Credibility
  • Keeping Track of Sources


Part 4: Engaging with and Analyzing Sources

  • Engaging with Sources
  • What Is Analysis?
  • Analyzing to Understand
  • Analyzing to Ask Questions
  • Using Analysis to Develop a Thesis Statement
  • Using a Thesis Statement to Organize a Paper
  • Reasoning


Part 5: Drafting a Paper, Connecting with Audiences

  • Using Analysis to Develop a Thesis Statement
  • Shaping Paragraphs for Audience and Purpose
  • Understanding Your Audience
  • Developing a Statement of Purpose
  • Writing a Draft
  • A Rough Draft
  • Once You’ve Finished a Draft
  • Receiving Feedback to a Draft
  • Responding to the Writing of Your Peers


Part 6: Revising with Style

  • Revising Your Writing
  • Styling Paragraphs
  • Styling Sentences
  • Styling Words


Part 7: Documenting

  • MLA Documentation
  • APA Documentation
  • CSE Documentation
  • CMS Documentation


Part 8: Editing and Proofreading Your Work

  • Editing and Proofreading
    • Making Subject-Verb Agreement
    • Using Verb Tenses Consistently
    • Using Verbs Tenses in Academic Writing
    • Avoiding Shifts in Style and Voice
    • Avoiding Sentence Fragments
    • Avoiding Comma Splices and Fused Sentences
    • Working with Pronoun Reference and Agreement
    • Avoiding Disruptive and Dangling Modifiers
    • Using Apostrophes with Possessive Forms (But not with Plural Forms)
    • Using Articles Conventionally
    • Using Commas with Introductory Phrases

Part 9: Grammar, Punctuation, and Mechanics

  • Grammar
    • Parts of Speech
    • Sentences
  • Punctuation
  • Mechanics

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Informations sur le produit

Titre: Little DK Handbook, The
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Code EAN: 9780321989734
ISBN: 978-0-321-98973-4
Format: Reliure en spirale
Editeur: Pearson Academic
Genre: Linguistique et sciences de la littérature
nombre de pages: 320
Année: 2015
Auflage: 2. A.

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