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NOTE: The Handbook Plus+ and the Student CD-ROM Disk are bundled together as a package, at a considerable savings, under the ISBN 0-31240-030-6. Do not purchase these separately.



 

Table of Contents

PART I. THE WRITING PROCESS
    FAQ: Writing Online
  1. Writing, Reading, and Research
  2. Considering Rhetorical Situations
  3. Exploring, Planning, and Drafting
  4. Revising and Editing
  5. Thinking Critically: Constructing and Analyzing Arguments
  6. Constructing Paragraphs
    
PART II. SENTENCES: MAKING GRAMMATICAL CHOICES
    FAQ: Grammar Online
  7. Constructing Grammatical Sentences
  8. Understanding Pronoun Case
  9. Using Verbs
  10. Maintaining Subject-Verb Agreement
  11. Maintaining Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement
  12. Using Adjectives and Adverbs
    
PART III. SENTENCES: MAKING CONVENTIONAL CHOICES
    FAQ: Sentence Conventions Online
  13. Maintaining Clear Pronoun Reference
  14. Recognizing Shifts
  15. Identifying Comma Splices and Fused Sentences
  16. Recognizing Sentence Fragments
  17. Placing Modifiers Appropriately
  18. Maintaining Consistent and Complete Grammatical Structures
    
PART IV. SENTENCES: MAKING STYLISTIC CHOICES
    FAQ: Sentence Style Online
  19. Constructing Effective Sentences
  20. Creating Coordinate and Subordinate Structures
  21. Creating and Maintaining Parallel Structures
  22. Varying Sentence Structures
  23. Creating Memorable Prose
    
PART V. SELECTING EFFECTIVE WORDS
    FAQ: Effective Words Online
  24. Attending to Spelling
  25. Using Dictionaries
  26. Enriching Vocabulary
  27. Considering Diction
  28. Considering Language Variety
  29. Considering Others: Building Common Ground
    
PART VI. PUNCTUATION CONVENTIONS
    FAQ: Punctuation Online
  30. Using Commas
  31. Using Semicolons
  32. Using End Punctuation
  33. Using Apostrophes
  34. Using Quotation Marks
  35. Using Other Punctuation Marks
    
PART VII. MECHANICAL CONVENTIONS
    FAQ: Mechanics Online
  36. Using Capitals
  37. Using Abbreviations and Numbers
  38. Using Italics
  39. Using Hyphens
    
PART VIII. DOING RESEARCH AND USING SOURCES
    FAQ: Research Online
  40. Becoming a Researcher
  41. Conducting Research
  42. Using Sources
  43. Writing a Research Essay
  44. Documenting Sources: MLA
  45. Documenting Sources: APA
  46. Documenting Sources: CBE
  47. Documenting Sources: Chicago
    
PART IX. ACADEMIC WRITING
    FAQ: Academic Writing Online
  48. Understanding Disciplinary Discourse
  49. Writing about Literature
    
PART X. CONSIDERING MEDIA
    FAQ: Considering Media Online
  50. Making Oral Presentations
  51. Designing Documents
  52. Working with Hypertext and Multimedia
    
PART XI. FOR MULTILINGUAL WRITERS
    FAQ: Multilingual Writers Online
  53. Understanding Nouns and Noun Phrases
  54. Understanding Verbs and Verb Phrases
  55. Understanding Prepositions and Prepositional Phrases
  56. Forming Clauses and Sentences
    
  Glossary of Grammatical and Computer Terms
  Glossary of Usage
  Directory of Web Sites
  Index
    
    

 


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