Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum
Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum
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  • ISBN-13: 9780321291004
  • ISBN: 032129100X
  • Edition: 9
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Publisher: Longman Publishing Group


Behrens, Laurence, Rosen, Leonard J.


** mark new chapters or readings. I. SUMMARY, SYNTHESIS, CRITIQUE, AND ANALYSIS. 1. Summary, Paraphrase, and Quotation. What is Summary? Can a Summary Be Objective? Using the Summary. The Reading Process. How to Write Summaries. Demonstration: Summary. Summarizing a Narrative or Personal Essay. Summarizing Figures and Tables. Paraphrase. Quotations. Avoiding Plagiarism. 2. Critical Reading and Critique. Critical Reading. Critique. Demonstration: Critique. 3. Writing as Process. Introductions, Theses, and Conclusions. Writing Introductions. Writing a Thesis. Writing Conclusions. 4. Explanatory Synthesis. What Is a Synthesis? Purpose. Using Your Sources. Types of Synthesis: Explanatory and Argument. How to Write Syntheses. The Explanatory Synthesis. Demonstration: Explanatory Synthesis: Computers, Communication, and Relationships. 5. Argument Synthesis. What is an Argument Synthesis? Demonstration: Developing an Argument Synthesis: Volunteering in America. Developing and Organizing Support for Your Arguments. The Comparison-Contrast Synthesis. Summary of Synthesis. 6. **Analysis. What Is an Analysis? Demonstration of Analysis. How to Write Analyses. Writing Assignment: Analysis. Analysis: A Tool for Understanding. 7. Locating, Mining, and Citing Sources.

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