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Essential Strategies Integrating Reading and Writing

by Dana C. Elder

  • ISBN: 9780023322204
  • ISBN10: 0023322209

Essential Strategies Integrating Reading and Writing

by Dana C. Elder

  • List Price: $76.60
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Edition: 1
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall
  • Publish date: 01/01/1994
  • ISBN: 9780023322204
  • ISBN10: 0023322209
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Description: Note: Each chapter concludes with "Discussion," "Suggestions," and "Vocabulary." I. COLLEGE LANGUAGE SKILLS What You Will Be Asked To Do. Language Skills Self-Assessments. Getting Started. Final Editing. Diagnostic Tests. A Survival Guide to Grammar. Terms 2. Traffic Incidents. Section 1. Reading about Details of Place. A. Pre-Reading. Discussion. Suggestions. Vocabulary. Preview B. "Collision on a Country Road," Edward Ziegler. C. Post Reading. D. Vocabulary Building. Section 2. Drafting with Specific Details. A. Pre-writing: Details of Place. B. Writing a First or Initial Draft: Traffic Incident Prompt. Section 3. Revising for Details of Place. A. Details of Place. B. Revising Drafts of Student Traffic Narratives. C. Revising Your Draft. D. Helping Others to Revise Their Drafts. Section 4. Final Editing for Sentence Fragments. A. Fragment Category ONE. EMPHATIC ADVERBS. B. Fragment Category. TWO. -ING WORDS. C. Fragment Category. THREE. NOUN RENAMERS. III. CONSUMER LETTERS. Section 1. Reading about Consumer Communications. A. Pre-Reading. Sample Consumer Letter One. Discussion. Sample Consumer Letter Two. Discussion. Suggestions. Vocabulary Preview. B. "Consumer Communication", D. C. Elder. C. Post Reading. D. Vocabulary Building. Section 2. Drafting Consumer Letters. A. Pre-Writing Sample: Consumer Letters. B. Writing a First or Initial Draft: Consumer Letter Prompt. Section 3. Revising Consumer Letters for Specificity, Clarity of Purpose, and Form. A. Specificity, Clarity of Purpose, and Form. B. Revising Drafts of Student Consumer Letters. C. Revising Your Consumer Letter. D. Helping Others to Revise Their Consumer Letters. Section 4. Final Editing for Run-on Sentences. A. Generalization/Example Run-on Errors. B. Contrastive Run-on Errors. C. Commentary Run-on Errors. IV. APHORISMS. Section 1. Reading for Details of Emotion. A. Pre-Reading Discussion. Suggestions. Vocabulary Preview. B. "The World According to Claude," Anthony Walton. C. Post-Reading. D. Vocabulary Building. Section 2. Drafting for Details of Emotion. A. Pre-Writing: Aphorisms and Details of Emotion. B. Writing a First or Initial Draft. Section 3. Revising for Details of Emotion. A. Details of Emotion. B. Revising Drafts of Student Essays. C. Revising Your Draft. D. Helping Others to Revise Their Drafts. Section 4. Final Editing for Commas & Coordinating Conjunctions. A. Omitting Commas with Coordinating Conjunctions. B. Incorrectly Adding Commas with Coordinating Conjunctions. V. THE SECOND SHIFT: PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS IN TWO- INCOME HOUSEHOLDS. Section 1. Reading about Two-lncome Families. A. Pre-Reading. Discussion. Suggestions. Vocabulary Preview. B. "The Second Shift": A Candid Look at the Revolution at Home," Rebecca Allen. C. Post-Reading. D. Vocabulary Building. E.1. Additional Reading: "I Want a Wife," Judy Syfers. E.2. Additional Reading: "Invest in Your Child''s Future." Section 2. Drafting to Identify a Problem and Suggest a Solution. A. Pre-Writing: Problems and Solutions. B. Writing a First or Initial Draft: "Second Shift" Essay Prompt. Section 3. Revising to Add Qualifiers. A. Categorical Statements and Qualifiers. B. Revising Drafts of Student Essays. C. Revising Your Draft. D. Helping Others to Revise Their Drafts. E. Optional Revision Strategy. Section 4. Final Editing for Punctuating Subordinating Conjunctions and Conjunctive Adverbs. A. Punctuating Subordinating Conjunctions. B. Punctuating Conjunctive Adverbs. VI. SERVICE INDUSTRY JOBS. Section 1. Reading for Examples Which Support Generalizations. A. Pre-Reading. Discussion. Suggestions. Vocabulary Preview. B. "Inside the Golden Arches," Marcus Mabry. C. Post Reading. D. Vocabulary Building. Section 2. Drafting with Supporting Examples. A. Pre-Writing: Describing the Aspects of Working. B. Writing a First or Initial Draft: Service Industry Job Prompt. Section 3. Revising for Supporting Examples. A. Adding Examples. B. Revising Drafts of Student Essays. C. Revising Your Draft. D. Helping Others to Revise Their Drafts. E. Optional Revision Strategy. Section 4. Final Editing for Wrong Choice of Verb Tense. A. Past and Present Tense Shifting Errors. B. Failure to Use the Perfect Tenses When Called For. C. Failure to Shift Tense In Indirect Quotation. VII. CAREER TRAINING OPTIONS. Section 1. Reading about Career Training Options. A. Pre Reading Discussion. Suggestions. Vocabulary Preview. B. "Careers 101: Occupational Education in Community Colleges." C. Post-Reading. D. Vocabulary Building. Section 2. Drafting for Clarity and Completeness of Information. A. Pre-Writing: Gathering Information. B. Writing a First or Initial Draft: Career Option Letters. Section 3. Revising for Clarity and Completeness of Information. A. Clarity and Completeness of Information in Career Option Letters. B. Revising Career Option Letters. C. Revising Your Letter about a Career Training Option. D. Optional Revision Strategy. Section 4. Final Editing for Subject-Verb Agreement. A. "Lost Subject" Error. B. "All of the Above" Error. C. There Is/There Was Error. VIII. CULTURAL DIFFERENCES. Section 1. Reading about Cultural Differences. A. Pre-Reading. Discussion. Suggestions. Vocabulary Preview. B.1. Four Guns'' Speech. B.2. "Time Peace," Debbie Louie. C. Post Reading. D. Vocabulary Building. Section 2. Drafting with Details and Examples of Positive Cultural or Familial Differences. A. Pre-Writing: Comparing and Contrasting. B. Writing a First or Initial Draft: Cultural or Family Differences Prompt. Section 3. Revising by Adding Transitions. A. Adding Transitions. B. Revising Drafts of Student Essays. C. Revising Your Draft. D. Helping Others to Revise Their Drafts. E. Optional Revision Strategy. Section 4. Final Editing for Pronoun Problems. A. Wrong Pronoun Form in Noun Compounds. B. Unclear Pronoun Reference. C. Using Indefinite you. D. Using they to Refer to a Singular Antecedent. IX. ESSAY EXAMS. Section 1. Reading about Essay Exams. A. Pre-Reading. Discussion. Suggestions. Vocabulary Preview. B. "Learning to Succeed Under Pressure: Essay Exam Strategies," Christy Friend. C. Post-Reading. D. Vocabulary Building. Section 2. Understanding Essay
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