For Freshman Composition courses. Focuses on undergraduate writers' needs through a process approach, examining the different but overlapping stages of planning, composing, researching, revising, and editing. Backed by Toby Fulwiler's 35 years of ...
experience as a composition teacher and Alan Hayakawa's 25 years as a practicing journalist, The College Writer's Reference continues to do what it does best: explaining and illustrating the qualities of good contemporary writing as well as the traditional logic behind the conventions of grammar, spelling, punctuation, and usage. The text focuses on undergraduate writers' needs through a process approach, examining the different but overlapping stages of planning, composing, researching, revising, and editing. Taking this approach into account, the authors have found it easy to see that students who know how to analyze and address individual rhetorical situations are more likely to succeed both across the curriculum and in the world beyond college.
Number of pages: 528
Date of publication: 30/03/2007
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