Engaging Questions: A Guide to Writing 3e3rd Edition
1 Critical Thinking and the Art of Questioning
2 Reading Critically and the Art of Questioning
3 Writing and the Art of Questioning
PART II Writing in the Aims
4 Narrating Experiences
5 Describing People and Places
6 Presenting Information
7 Exploring a Concept
8 Comparing Perspectives
9 Critiquing an Argument
10 Making an Argument
11 Arguing to Persuade
12 Writing an Evaluation
13 Choosing Modes of Development
14 Editing Fundamentals
PART III Researching Writing
15 Planning a Research Project
16 Finding Sources
17 Evaluating Sources
18 Incorporating Source Materials
19 Using Sources Responsibly
20 Documenting Your Sources: MLA
21 Documenting Your Sources: APA
PART IV Writing in the Genres
22 Writing a Rhetorical Analysis
23 Writing a Reflection
24 Writing a Visual Analysis
25 Writing a Literary Analysis
26 Writing an Editorial or Opinion Column
27 Writing a Proposal
28 Writing a Research Proposal
29 Writing an Annotated Bibliography
30 Writing Instructions
31 Writing and Giving Oral Presentations
32 Designing Documents and Using Graphics
Connect Chapters - Available in the eBook and SmartBook® 2.0
33 Claiming Voice
34 Writing Portfolios
35 Mastering Essay Exams
36 Writing a Blog
37 Writing a Review
38 Writing a Prospectus
39 Writing Résumés and Job Letters
40 Writing a Lab Report
41 Writing an Abstract
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