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Writing Analytically

Writing Analytically - 4th edition

Writing Analytically - 4th edition

ISBN13: 9781413010121

ISBN10: 1413010121

Writing Analytically by David Rosenwasser and Jill Stephen - ISBN 9781413010121
Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 4TH 06
Copyright: 2006
Publisher: Wadsworth, Inc
Published: 2006
International: No
Writing Analytically by David Rosenwasser and Jill Stephen - ISBN 9781413010121

ISBN13: 9781413010121

ISBN10: 1413010121

Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 4TH 06

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Summary

The popular, brief rhetoric that treats writing as thinking, WRITING ANALYTICALLY offers a sequence of specific prompts that teach students across the curriculum how the process of analysis and synthesis is a vehicle for original and well-developed ideas.

New to the Edition

  • New "Voices from Across the Curriculum" boxes offer disciplinary perspectives on such matters as the interconnection between thinking and writing.
  • An expanded Chapter 10, "Writing the Researched Paper," shows students how to converse with sources, with a special emphasis on electronic sources.
  • A new Introduction, "Habits of Mind," redefines what it means to think, and write, analytically, equipping students with new thinking practices to counter their tendency to react and to help them start writing analytically.
  • A bold new design aids comprehension of difficult concepts and makes the book easier to navigate.
  • New student writing samples, from a variety of disciplines, offer models of effective analytical writing.
  • New chapter overviews summarize key concepts and present each chapter's primary heuristics in point form.

Features

  • WRITING ANALYTICALLY is centered around the concept of writing to learn: the idea that writing can facilitate and enrich students' understanding of their academic courses, and of their lives.
  • Shows students what not to do, using the premise that students have a hard time developing new skills until they've come to understand what is counterproductive about their current practice.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Preface.
Introduction: Habits of Mind.
Part 1: HOW TO ANALYZE: LOOKING AT EVIDENCE AND MAKING A THESIS EVOLVE.

1. Noticing: Analysis, Observation, and the Writing Process.
2. Five Analytical Moves and Where Meanings Come From.
3. Analyzing Evidence in Depth: 10 on 1 vs. 1 on 10.
4. Making a Thesis Evolve.
5. Recognizing and Fixing Weak Thesis Statements.

Part 2: ORGANIZATION: INTRODUCTIONS AND CONCLUSIONS, PARAGRAPHING, FORMS AND FORMATS, THE PSYCHOLOGY OF FORM.

6. Introductions and Conclusions.
7. Forms and Formats, Paragraphing, and the Psychology of Form.

Part 3: WRITING WITH AND ABOUT READINGS.

8. Reading Analytically: Uncovering and Assessing Arguments.
9. Analyzing Arguments: Recasting Binaries and Uncovering Assumptions.
10. Writing the Researched Paper.
11. Finding and Citing Sources.

Part 4: GRAMMAR AND STYLE: WORD CHOICE, SENTENCE SHAPES, AND EDITING FOR CORRECTNESS.

12. Choosing Words.
13. Shaping Sentences.
14. Grammar: Nine Basic Writing Errors and How to Fix Them.

Works Cited.
Credits.
Index.

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