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Essay & Writing Guides
Guide for Writing Research Papers Based on Modern Language Association
(MLA) Documentation - Prepared by the Humanities Department and the
Arthur C. Banks Jr. Library. CAPITAL COMMUNITY COLLEGE. Hartford,
Basic Guide to Essay Writing - a step-by-step guide to writing a basic
essay. Includes links to other on-line essay resources.
Battling the Six Evil Geniuses of Essay Writing - Charles King,
Georgetown University. American Political Science Association (APSA)
Common Errors in English
- Great resource for correcting those common
errors in spelling, grammar and syntax!
State University. USA.
Essay-writing guide - (York University). Undergraduate Handbook. Guide
to writing essays and other projects.
Grant Writing Guides - Need grant funds? This site offers a 10-Point
Grant Writing Guide designed to help you win grant funds for your
organization. Resources include sample grant applications, funding
proposals, and budgets. These guides are designed to assist established,
experienced private and public non-profit organizations and entities.
These guides will not assist individuals, for-profit businesses or
Guide to Proposal Writing - You need to follow a step-by-step process
in the search for private dollars. This site offers such a guide.
How To Cite References - Footnote/Endnote Style, (Updated March 2002)
- This document refers to footnote/endnote as outlined in the Chicago
Manual of Style, suitable for the social sciences. (Murdoch University)
Referencing and Writing Bibliographies - Information taken from books,
magazines and other sources should be referenced. The Harvard System of
Referencing dispenses with footnotes and incorporates the reference into
the main text.
Prentice Hall Guide for College Writers (7th Edition)
by Stephen P. Reid
This best-selling writing guide integrates purpose, process, and
rhetorical strategies into every chapter, offering readers the clearest
explanation of writing. In addition to emphasizing critical reading,
every major chapter contains professional and student samples,
rhetorical techniques, journal exercises, reading and writing
activities, collaborative activities, peer-response guidelines, and
revision suggestions. A student essay in each chapter contains writing
process materials (outlines, audience analysis, interview notes, drafts,
revision plans, etc.). For high school and college students.
Hardcover: 816 pages
Publisher: Prentice Hall; 7 edition (February 2, 2005)
Patterns for College Writing : A Rhetorical Reader and Guide
by Stephen R. Mandell, Laurie G. Kirszner
The book looks at how writers develop their work. The first few chapters
look at some of the basic mechanics of writing - planning, writing,
editing and revising. It also looks briefly at certain skills needed for
writing, such as brainstorming and idea generation, as well as journal
writing. There are many exercises included here to give students
Paperback: 763 pages
Publisher: Bedford/St. Martin's; 9th edition (July 14, 2003)
Strategies for Successful Writing : A Rhetoric, Research Guide, Reader
and Handbook (7th Edition)
by James A. Reinking, Robert von der Osten
Written in a clear, engaging style, Strategies for Successful Writing
combines four books — a rhetoric, a research guide, a reader, and a
handbook — into one convenient, flexible, and economically priced text.
Moreover, our Free Words Upon Request program allows you to package a
free dictionary or thesaurus with Strategies for Successful Writing,
making it the best Paperback: 752 pages
Publisher: Prentice Hall; 7 edition (February 25, 2004)
The Allyn & Bacon Guide to Writing (3rd Edition)
by John D. Ramage, John C. Bean, June Johnson
This book offers engaging instruction in rhetoric and composition, a
flexible sequence of comprehensive writing assignments, numerous
examples of writing, and thorough guides to research and editing. Key
Topics: Emphasizes writing as a problem-posing, problem-solving process
of inquiry. Written in a friendly, encouraging tone reminiscent of
Ramage and Bean's best-selling argument text, Writing Arguments. It
offers balanced coverage of academic writing and personal and narrative
forms and provides readers with a continuum for understanding
differences between academic, thesis-driven, “closed-form” writing and
personal, “open-form” writing.
Hardcover: 880 pages
Publisher: Longman Publishing Group; 3rd edition (August 13, 2002)
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