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Home Features New to This Edition Reviews Engage and empower every writer in your class Instructors at hundreds of colleges and universities have turned to How to Write Anything for support that empowers every student with advice they need, when they need it.

The fourth edition offers students a new Part 1: Strategies for College Writing, even more support for understanding genres and purpose, and an expanded and thoroughly revised take on grammar, mechanics, and usage—all essential to academic success. The result is everything you need to teach composition in a flexible and highly visual guide, reference, handbook, and reader.

Features Accessible approach encourages students to analyze their own situations and processes. Intuitive cross-references in the Guide suggest targeted topics in the Reference, giving students the help they need when and where they need it.

A flexible sequence of rhetorical choices gives students a strong framework for working in any genre. Professional models and student writing serve as both examples and springboards for discussion and exploration. Selections are carefully chosen both to engage students and to show how genres change in response to different contexts and audiences. Annotations show how the readings illustrate key principles, patterns of compositions, and points of style and mechanics. Practical support for a community of instructors is available for all instructors teaching with How to Write Anything.

New to This Edition A new opening part on "Strategies of College Writing" describes what goes on in college writing courses with appealing frankness. In seven lean chapters, practical tips and advice provide an encouraging roadmap to how genres define expectations for writers to consider whenever they compose.

A new stand-alone chapter on genres helps students understand them as real-life responses to ever-changing writing situations. Genres and subgenres are now explained in greater detail, showing why learning about genres really does make composing easier. Enhanced coverage of the writing students are expected to do now—and in the future.

A revised chapter on oral reports features new graphics to explain their structure, adds material on poster sessions, and offers a more detailed example of a PowerPoint presentation.

A refreshed chapter on professional correspondence provides an up-to-date discussion of how to communicate clearly in both academic and business situations.

A sophisticated and intriguing chapter on essays allows students to compose narratives with a directed focus on exploring ideas and issues.

And, throughout the book, they will continue to have opportunities to read and compose a variety of narratives, including literacy narratives. New selections throughout every key academic genres chapter reveal the diversity of genres while engaging students. A new Handbook offers an expanded and thoroughly revised take on grammar, mechanics, and usage.

The "Common Errors" section from the previous edition has been greatly expanded in order to do much more than correct errors. The new Handbook sets questions about grammar, mechanics, and sentence rhetoric in fuller contexts than before, with many more topics addressed.

The text includes coverage of college success strategies; activities to help students develop thoughtful, college-level essays; and additional practice in correcting writing problems, from revising topic sentences and developing paragraphs to correcting fragments.

How to Write Anything? But, students tell me they use it to help with assignments in other classes. I had a remarkable number who told me that they were going to hang onto their books, not sell them back to the bookstore.

It is visually appealing, nicely organized, and covers a wide variety of modes and topics, which is important to professors in my department for planning purposes. Students have commented that they enjoy reading it. Ruszkiewicz; Jay T. Dolmage Table of Contents.

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