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6457017 Rhetoric and Composition[1]

6457017 Rhetoric and Composition[1]

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C
ONTENTS
 
IN
B
RIEF
The Stages of the Writing Process...........................................................................................4Overview · Planning and Prewriting · Collaborating · Researching · Drafting · Editing ·Reviewing · Revising · Publishing
Writing Applications..............................................................................................................47Overview · Analyzing Assignments · Description · Narration · Exposition · Evaluation· Argument
Advanced Topics....................................................................................................................77Overview · Writing in the Humanities · Writing in the Sciences · Writing in Business ·Oral Presentations
Writer's Handbook................................................................................................................113Understanding Grammar · Understanding Mechanics · Common Errors · CitingSources
GNU Free Documentation License.....................................................................................167
A
UTHORS
 
AND
E
DITORS
An assistant professor of English at Saint Cloud State University in SaintCloud, Minnesota.
Michele L. Timp-Pilon
- A graduate student studing English at Saint Cloud State University inSaint Cloud, Minnesota.
Groth, Kelly M.,
Junior. Undergraduate student at Saint Cloud State University. Majoring inInformation Media.
Brittany Speich
, Junior at Saint Cloud State University, Double Majoring in MassCommunications and Political Science, Double Minoring in Rhetorical and Applied Writing, andPublic Administration
Denman, Traci
. Junior Undergraduate student at Saint Cloud State University. Double majoring inRhetorical and Applied Writing and Psychology, doubling minoring in English and InterculturalCommunications.
Springer, Jodi
. Fifth year student at St. Cloud State University double majoring in Rhetorical andApplied Writing and Theatre with a minor in Music.
Murphy, Emily E
. BFA, Printmaking, Minor English, St. Cloud State University, 1998. Currently pursuing a BA in English, Applied and Rhetorical Writing Emphasis, and a BFA in Graphic Designat St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN.
Koval, Jamie M
. Senior at St. Cloud State University majoring in Public Relations and minoring inRhetorical and Applied Writing.
Christenson, Jeremy W.
Junior Undergraduate student at Saint Cloud State University.
Wolf, Stephanie M
. Senior Undergraduate at St. Cloud State University, majoring in Rhetoricaland Applied Writing
An assistant professor of English at Missouri State University in Springfield,Missouri.
 
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Authors and Editors..............................................................................................................................2The Stages of the Writing Process........................................................................................................4
Overview........................................................................................................................................................5Planning & Prewriting...................................................................................................................................9Collaborating................................................................................................................................................15Researching..................................................................................................................................................18Drafting........................................................................................................................................................24Editing..........................................................................................................................................................27Reviewing....................................................................................................................................................34Revising.......................................................................................................................................................38Publishing....................................................................................................................................................43
Writing Applications..........................................................................................................................47
Overview......................................................................................................................................................48Analyzing Asignments.................................................................................................................................50Description...................................................................................................................................................52 Narration......................................................................................................................................................58Exposition....................................................................................................................................................62Evaluation....................................................................................................................................................66Argument.....................................................................................................................................................70
Advanced Topics................................................................................................................................77
Overview......................................................................................................................................................78Writing in the Humanities............................................................................................................................80Writing in the Sciences................................................................................................................................85Writing in Business......................................................................................................................................92Oral Presentations......................................................................................................................................107
Writer's Handbook............................................................................................................................113
Understanding Grammar............................................................................................................................115Understanding Mechanics..........................................................................................................................125Common Errors..........................................................................................................................................144Citing Sources............................................................................................................................................161
GNU Free Documentation License..................................................................................................167
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