I. THE WRITING PROCESS. 1. Invention Strategies. 2. Writing for Different Audiences. 3. Generalizing and Specifying. Unit I: Readings. II. WRITING ESSAYS. 4. The Process of Writing Essays. 5. Strategies for Organizing Essays. 6. Writing Timed Essays. Unit II: Essays for Reading. Momma Did It, Too, Cheva Shroyer Dunkin. Following in the Footsteps of a News Reporter, BernadettePankey. Misled, Kim Robertson. Care, Kim Hian Lim. III. WRITING PARAGRAPHS AND SENTENCES. 7. Writing Body Paragraphs. 8. Writing Introductions and Conclusions. 9. Sentence Structure. 10. Writing Good Sentences. Unit III: Essays for Reading. Television: A Product of Its People, Camille N. Costa. Gulag Fourteen, David Vaughn. Dragons and Dustballs, Carol Somerville. Head Games, Michael S. Godwin. IV. REVISION. 11. Revision as Process. 12. Student Writers Revising. Unit IV: Essays for Reading. If at First You Don't Succeed, Marcia Lightle Yocum. The Maker's Eye: Revising Your Own Manuscript, DonaldMurray. V. EDITING. 13. Editing Fragments. 14. Editing Comma Splices and Run-on Sentences. 15. Editing Verb Forms. 16. Editing Pronoun Problems. 17. Editing Misused Words. 18. Punctuation and Capitalization. Unit V: Essays for Reading. Grammar, I Survived It, So Can You, Lori Floyd. What's Wrong with Black English?, Rachel L. Jones. Speech Communities, Paul Roberts.Peter Carino is the author of 'Basic Writing: Process and Purpose' with ISBN 9780673992949 and ISBN 0673992942.