English Skills with Readings10th Edition
PART 1 Fundamentals of Effective Writing
1. An Introduction to Writing
2. The Four Bases and the Writing Process
3. The First and Second Steps in Writing
4. The Third Step in Writing
5. The Fourth Step in Writing
6. Four Bases for Revising Writing
PART 2 Paragraph Development
11. Cause and/or Effect
12. Comparison and/or Contrast
PART 3 Essay Development
16. Writing the Essay
PART 4 Source-Based Writing in the Digital Age
17. Information Literacy
18. Using Sources to Write Papers
PART 5 Handbook of Sentence Skills
Section I Grammer
19. Subjects and Verbs
20. Sentence Sense
23. Regular and Irregular Verbs
24. Subject-Verb Agreement
25. More about Verbs
26. Pronoun Agreement and Reference
27. Pronoun Types
28. Adjectives and Adverbs
29. Misplaced and Dangling Modifiers
Section II Mechanics
30. Capital Letters
31. Numbers and Abbreviations
Section III Punctuation
33. Quotation Marks
35. Other Punctuation Marks
Section IV Word Use
36. Commonly Confused Words
37. Effective Word Choice
Section V Practice
38. Editing Tests
PART 6 Readings for Writers
INTRODUCTION TO THE READINGS
GOALS AND VALUES
EDUCATION AND SELF-AWARENESS
HUMAN GROUPS AND SOCIETY
A. Sentence-Skills Diagnostic Test
B. Sentence-Skills Achievement Test
C. Answers to Sentence-Skills Diagnostic Test
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