Engaging Questions: A Guide to Writing 3e https://www.mheducation.com/cover-images/Jpeg_400-high/1260256065.jpeg 3 9781260256062 Engaging Questions, now in its third edition, emphasizes interaction and critical thinking, transforming passive learners into active learners empowered to ask their own questions and pursue those questions wherever they lead: • In reading and thinking before writing, to interpret texts and assignments and to evaluate the credibility of sources. • In planning and organizing, to investigate the writing situation, to find a topic, and to formulate a coherent thesis. • In drafting, to consider choices of style, voice, and genre and question the effectiveness of the choices made. • In revising and editing, to anticipate readers’ experience with the text and see where changes could make the text more readable and effective. With a redesigned table of contents, this edition foregrounds instruction and assignments critical to the first-year writing course. Its inquiry-based approach provides the scaffold for comprehensive coverage organized around four key parts: Exploring Writing and Reading, Writing in the Aims, Researching Writing, and Writing in the Genres. • Connect for Write Now 3e features three new powerful assignments: o McGraw Hill's new Writing Assignment Plus with an automated grammar checker and plagiarism detection. The assignment is built from the ground up with accessibility in mind. o Adaptive Learning Assignment provides a learning experience that adapts to the needs of each learner through ongoing, formative assessments, feedback, and learning resources. The assignment allows for more flexibility when assigning topics and was designed with accessibility in mind. o SmartBook 2.0 has been updated with improved learning objectives to ensure that students gain foundational knowledge while also learning to make connections to help them formulate a broader understanding of concepts essential to writing well. SmartBook 2.0 personalizes learning to individual student needs, continually adapting to pinpoint knowledge gaps and focus learning on topics that need the most attention. Engaging Questions is an appropriate title for Composition 1 or Composition 1 and 2 at both 2-year and open-enrollment 4-year schools. This text is written as a direct competitor to the market leader in composition, the Norton Field Guide 5e.
Engaging Questions: A Guide to Writing 3e

Engaging Questions: A Guide to Writing 3e

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By Carolyn Channell and Timothy Crusius
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ISBN13: 9781260256062
Copyright: 2021
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PART I  Exploring Writing and Reading 
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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Timothy Crusius


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