Writer's Resources CD-ROM 2.0 ILrn Version by Julie Robitaille, Bob Connelly
  

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Writer's Resources CD-ROM 2.0 ILrn Version by Julie Robitaille, Bob Connelly

The WRITER'S RESOURCES 2.0 CD-ROM is an interactive multimedia program that covers basic writing skills; grammar; mechanics; word use; sentence, paragraph, and essay construction; and rhetorical patterns of development. Featuring audio and animation, this program provides complete rules and definitions, varied examples, and extensive exercises. The CD also contains invention software that launches over 100 customized writing templates to guide students through sentence, paragraph, and essay composition. To order this CD-ROM packaged with every new copy of WRITER'S RESOURCES: FROM PARAGRAPH TO ESSAY, please consult your Cengage Learning representative.

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I. FIRST STEPS. Introduction. Understanding the assignment. Requirements. Vocabulary. Practice. Narrowing topics. Narrowing tree. Practice. Brainstorming. Discussion questions. Writing Practice. Determining the writing context. Definition. Purpose. Practice. Audience. Practice. Tone. Tentative main idea. Peer examples. Practice. Writing Practice. Generating ideas. Definition. Brainstorming. Freewriting. Listing. Clustering. Dividing. Review. Putting it all Together: Dan. Narrowing the Topic. Determining the Writing Context. Generating Ideas (Visualizing and Dividing). Explore Examples. Ready for the Junk Heap. All for Raintree. Free Wheeling. Putting Kids to Bed. Writing Practice. II. WRITING A PARAGRAPH. Organizing ideas. Definition. Stating main idea. Practice. Mapping. Practice. Outlining. Practice. Writing Practice. Drafting. Map or outline to draft. Practice. Writing Practice. Revising. Definition. Peer feedback. Instructor feedback. Revision checklist. Peer example. Practice. Writing Practice. Editing. Editing checklist. Practice. Writing Practice. Getting the paper back. Review. Putting it all together: Dan. Narrowing the Topic. Determining the Writing Context. Generating Ideas (Visualizing and Dividing). Organizing Ideas. Paragraph Map. Drafting. Revising. Paragraph Revision Checklist. Topic sentence. Support: support 1, support 2, support 3, support 4, and support 5. Revision checklist con't. Revised Paragraph. Editing. Editing Checklist. Run-ons/ fragments. Verbs. Spelling. Personal error list. Apostrophes. Commas. Pronouns. Explore Examples. Ready for the Junk Heap. All for Raintree. Free Wheeling. Putting Kids to Bed. Writing Practice. III. WRITING AN ESSAY. Organizing ideas. Definition. Stating main idea. Practice. Mapping. Practice. Outlining. Practice. Writing Practice. Drafting. Map or outline to draft. Practice. Writing Practice. Revising. Definition. Peer feedback. Instructor feedback. Revision checklist. Peer example. Practice. Writing Practice. Editing. Editing checklist. Practice. Writing Practice. Getting the paper back. Review. Putting it all together: Dan. Organizing ideas. Generating ideas. Body paragraph #1. Body paragraph #2. Body paragraph #3. Outlining. Drafting. Body paragraph #1. Body paragraph #2. Body paragraph #3. Introduction. Conclusion. Revising. Body paragraph #1. Revision checklist. Introduction. Conclusion. Revised essay. Editing. Body paragraph #2. Editing checklist. Verbs--ID subjects and verbs. Spelling and homonyms. Commas. Pronouns. Explore Examples. Ready for the Junk Heap. All for Raintree. Free Wheeling. Putting Kids to Bed. Writing Practice.

About the Author

Julie Robitaille is committed to the writing life. She received a B.A. in English from Emory University, an M.A. in English literature from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and an M.A. in creative writing from the University of Florida. For twenty years, she directed the Writing Lab at Santa Fe Community College in Gainesville, Florida, and she now teaches writing full time.

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CD-ROM
250 pages

Author

Julie Robitaille, Bob Connelly
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Publication date

5th February 2003

ISBN

9780838406748


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