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Clear, effective writing is an increasingly important skill in today’s world. With its intensive coverage of the writing process, Along These Lines: Writing Paragraphs and Essays, Seventh Edition helps developing writers acquire and improve on these skills—and in the process, become more effective learners.
Biays and Wershoven guide students step by step through the writing process with in-depth instruction on grammar, paragraph construction, and short essays. Each chapter offers numerous individual and collaborative exercises along with contextualized practical writing applications such as workplace writing, classroom-centered and academic material. Self-contained chapters provide a flexible framework that can accommodate myriad learning styles and instructional preferences.
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Writing in Stages: The Process Approach 1
Chapter 1: Writing a Paragraph
Chapter 2: Illustration
Chapter 3: Description
Chapter 4: Narration
Chapter 5: Process
Chapter 6: Comparison and Contrast
Chapter 7: Classification
Chapter 8: Definition
Chapter 9: Cause and Effect
Chapter 10: Argument
Chapter 11: Writing an Essay
Chapter 12: Different Essay Patterns: Part One
Chapter 13: Different Essay Patterns: Part Two
Chapter 14: Using Research to Strengthen Essays
Chapter 15: Writing from Reading
Grammar for Writers
Chapter 16: The Simple Sentence
Chapter 17: Beyond the Simple Sentence: Coordination
Chapter 18: Avoiding Run-on Sentences and Comma Splices
Chapter 19: Beyond the Simple Sentence: Subordination
Chapter 20: Avoiding Sentence Fragments
Chapter 21: Using Parallelism in Sentences
Chapter 22: Using Adjectives and Adverbs
Chapter 23: Correcting Problems with Modifiers
Chapter 24: Using Verbs Correctly: Standard Verb Forms, Irregular Verbs Consistency, and Voice
Chapter 25: Making Subjects and Verbs Agree
Chapter 26: Using Pronouns Correctly: Agreement and Reference
Chapter 27: Using Pronouns Correctly: Consistency and Case
Chapter 28: Punctuation
Chapter 29: Spelling
Chapter 30: Words That Sound Alike/Look Alike
Chapter 31: Word Choice
Chapter 32: Sentence Variety
Appendix: Readings for Writers
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