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  • Author:
    Kim Flachmann,Michael Flachmann
  • ISBN:
    0137136137
  • ISBN13:
    978-0137136131
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    Longman; 1 edition (October 11, 2007)
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    Writing Research & Publishing Guides
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Organized by rhetorical pattern, this reader builds upon critical thinking as the foundation for close reading and effective writing.

Organized by rhetorical pattern, this reader builds upon critical thinking as the foundation for close reading and effective writing. Numerous discussion questions and writing assignments for each selection lead students from literal-level responses to interpretation and analysis.

by Kim Flachmann (Author), Michael Flachmann (Author) She believes that reading and writing are the gateways to each student’s full . This book is an easy read. The chapters are easy to understand and it is laid out well

by Kim Flachmann (Author), Michael Flachmann (Author). She believes that reading and writing are the gateways to each student’s full potential and success in life. The chapters are easy to understand and it is laid out well. Came with the multimedia disk, even as a used book they were unopened. They have useful information on them.

Reading and Writing Descriptive Essays. Student Essay: Description at Work. Some Final Thoughts on Description. RAY BRADBURY Summer Rituals. Chapter Writing Assignments. 13 Thinking, Reading, and Writing in Different. Literary Forms: Combining Rhetorical Modes.

Kim Flachmann; Michael Flachmann Prose Reader: Essays for . This package includes MyWritingLab™ Lucid writing follows lucid thinking – and The Prose Reader, Eleventh.

ISBN 13: 9780134272054. This package includes MyWritingLab™. Organized by rhetorical modes to showcase contemporary works by diverse authors. Organized by rhetorical pattern, this reader builds upon critical thinking as the foundation for close reading and effective writing.

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Read instantly in your browser. by Kim Flachmann (Author), Michael Flachmann (Author). Perfect! It came with the code I needed for my math lab! And is new! I loved i. .

The Prose Reader book. I appreciate the way they repeat concepts and explain concepts and methods in different and thorough ways. I enjoyed EACH story in the book, I couldn't put it down! There were spelling errors and grammatical mistakes, but that isn't too important more.

It takes you through each step of writing and each concept. I definatley reccomend this book for any aspiring writers.

Kim Flachmann, Michael Flachmann. Alexandra MacLennan, Jamie Zeppa Kim Flachmann, Michael Flachmann. Kim Flachmann, Michael Flachmann. It takes you through each step of writing and each concept.

The Prose Reader promotes the skills of thinking, reading, and writing, enabling the user to think more clearly . An excellent and demanding reader for anyone interested in building their reading, writing, and thinking skills.

The Prose Reader promotes the skills of thinking, reading, and writing, enabling the user to think more clearly and logically-both in his/her mind and on paper. Each chapter begins with an explanation of a single technique, with essays that follow each chapter introduction selected from a wide variety of well-known contemporary authors.

Introduction: Thinking, Reading, and Writing. 1. Description: Exploring Through the Senses. The Rules of Writing Practice, Natalie Goldberg. How to Write with Style, Kurt Vonnegut. The Death of Reading, Mitchell Stephens. Instantly Growing Up, John Greenwood. Summer Rituals, Ray Bradbury. Writing as a Moral Act, Rita Mae Brown. Glossary of Useful Terms.