- Author:Bonnie Beedles,Laurence Behrens
- Publisher:Longman; 2nd edition (March 18, 2004)
- Pages:384 pages
- Subcategory:Writing Research & Publishing Guides
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Based on the best-selling Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum, this primer for academic writing focuses on broad rhetorical strategies - summary, critique, synthesis, and analysis - that will aid in academic success whatever the discipline. Their thorough coverage of the writing process and critical reading is found throughout the book.
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Laurence Behrens has focused for more than thirty-five years on interdisciplinary approaches to the teaching of undergraduate writing. In addition to Sequence for Academic Writing and Writing Across the Curriculum, Dr. Behrens’ other books with Leonard J. Rosen include Writing Papers in College, Reading for College Writers, Theme and Variations: The Impact of Great Ideas, and The Allyn & Bacon Handbook.
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Their thorough coverage of the writing process and critical reading is found throughout the book.
A Sequence for Academic Writing. Writing as a Thinking Process 91 Stages of the Writing Process 92 Getting Started 92 Writing the Essay 101 Revising the Essay 120 Demonstration: The Process of Writing a Critique 128. Chapter 4: Explanatory Synthesis 135. University of California, Santa Barbara. Leonard J. Rosen Bonnie Beedles. New York, San Francisco, Boston London, Toronto, Sydney, Tokyo, Singapore, Madrid Mexico City, Munich, Paris, Cape Town, Hong Kong, Montreal. What Is a Synthesis?
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Sequence for Academic Writing, A. Laurence Behrens, University of California, Santa Barbara. Responding to the growing interest in academic writing in first-year composition, this rhetoric focuses on several broad strategies that help students interpret and write about the various kinds of academic texts they'll encounter in college, no matter what discipline they study in. Features. Focus on and coverage of four academic writing strategies: summary, critique, synthesis, and analysis.
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The text employs high-interest readings from a range of disciplines to allow students to practice these strategies and skills, while numerous student papers model the kinds of academic texts that students are expected to produce.