The McGraw-Hill Guide: Writing for College, Writing for Life5th Edition
1 Writing Goals and Objectives for College and for Life
2 Reading Critically for College and for Life
3 Writing to Understand and Synthesize Texts
4 Writing to Discover and to Learn
Part 2: Using What You Have Learned to Share Information
5 Writing to Share Experiences
6 Writing to Explore
7 Writing to Inform
8 Writing to Analyze
Part 3: Using What You Have Learned to Write Arguments
9 Writing to Convince
10 Writing to Evaluate
11 Writing to Explain Causes and Effects
12 Writing to Solve Problems
Part 4: Strategies for Effective Communication
13 Using Strategies that Guide Readers
14 Using Strategies for Argument
15 Using Strategies for Collaboration
16 Making Effective Oral Presentations
Part 5: Technologies for Effective Communication
17 Choosing a Modality, Genre, and Technology for Your Communication
18 Communicating with Design and Visuals
Part 6: Using Research for Informed Communication
19 Finding and Evaluating Information
20 Synthesizing and Documenting Sources
21 Writing about Visual Texts
22 Writing about Creative Works
23 Strategies for Success in College
Appendix A Constructing a Writing Portfolio
Appendix B Writing Effective Essay Examinations
Appendix C Business Writing Professional Models
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