Getting Acquainted with Your Text

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your name: Getting Acquainted with Your Textbook: The Prentice Hall Guide for College Writers , 8 th ed, by Stephen Reid 1. To get an idea of what this text is going to be about, look at the Table of Contents pages and write down the titles of various chapters which describe the content to be covered: Ch. 1 Writing Myths and Rituals Ch. 2 Situations, Purposes, and Processes for Writing Ch. 3 Observing Ch. 4 Remembering Ch. 5 Reading Ch. 6 Analyzing and Designing Visuals Ch. 7 Investigating Ch. 8 Explaining Ch. 9 Evaluating Ch. 10 Problem Solving Ch. 11 Arguing Ch. 12 Responding to Literature Ch. 13 Writing a Research Paper 2. From the Preface of your textbook, try to summarize in a thesis sentence what this text is going to attempt to do: This course will attempt to teach students to write more effectively in an increasingly high-tech world, not only teaching to write with words on paper, but to express thoughts visually, making sure that visuals are appropriate
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This note was uploaded on 03/03/2010 for the course ENGL 1013 taught by Professor Batts during the Fall '08 term at LeTourneau.

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