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Writing About Writing (3rd Edition) – eBook

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  • Authors: Elizabeth Wardle, Douglas Downs
  • File Size: 14749 KB
  • Format: PDF
  • Length: 944 pages
  • Publisher: Bedford/St. Martin’s; 3rd edition
  • Publication Date: February 8, 2017
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01MYHEVVE
  • ISB-10: 1319032761
  • ISB-13: 9781319032760
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Description

A turning point in the field of structure, Writing About Writing 3rd edition (PDF) continues to be the only book for trainees to offer a method that makes writing research studies the center of the initial writing course. Based on Wardle and Downs’s research study and arranged around significant limit principles of writing, this groundbreaking ebook empowers university student in all majors by revealing them how to make use of what they understand and engage with continuous discussions about literacy and writing. The available writing research studies research study in Writing About Writing 3e consists of fundamental research study by scholars such as Donald Murray and Nancy Sommers, popular commentary on writing by authors such as Anne Lamott and Malcolm X, and emerging research study from both trainee authors and scholars. Scaffolded activities, available descriptions, and thoughtful concerns assist all trainees link to the readings and move their writing-associated abilities from very first-year structure to writing scenarios in other college or universiry courses, work, and their daily lives and beyond.

The newest 3rd edition makes studying writing a lot more available and teachable, with a brand-new summary of rhetoric, a much more powerful concentrate on essential limit principles, scaffolded reading assistance for difficult choices, and a brand-new area in the trainer’s handbook with actions to often asked concerns (FAQs).

The discussion on Writing About Writing advances the authors’ blog site, Write On: Notes on Writing About Writing (a channel on Bedford Bits, the Bedford/St. Martin’s blog site for teachers/instructors of writing). Go to community.macmillan.com.

 

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