College Writing: Teacher's Book by Dorothy E. Zemach, Lisa A. Rumisek

By Dorothy E. Zemach, Lisa A. Rumisek

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Then, as the draft takes shape, they may reconsider the organization, do additional research to fi ll in gaps, rewrite QBTTBHFTUIBUOFFEDMBSJmDBUJPO
PSDPOUJOVFESBGUJOH&TTBZJTU%BWF#BSSZEFTDSJCFT How Th e St. ” little piece there, fitting them together, A challenge for most writers comes when they have a draft but don’t know how to improve it. It is sometimes hard for them going on to the next part, then going to see what a draft actually says as opposed to what they want to back and gradually shaping the whole convey.

387 WAYS IN: Asserting a Tentative Overall Judgment 387 Develop the reasons and evidence supporting your judgment. 388 WAYS IN:%FWJTJOH3FBTPOTBOE&WJEFODFUP4VQQPSU:PVS+VEHNFOU Research your evaluation. 389 alternative judgment. 389 Respond to a likely objection or WAYS IN:3FTQPOEJOH&GGFDUJWFMZUP3FBEFST 390 Organize your draft to appeal to your readers. 391 Draft your evaluation. 392 sentences. com/theguide/epages 388 Write the opening Contents Evaluating the Draft: Getting a Critical Reading 392 A CRITICAL READING GUIDE 393 Improving the Draft: Revising, Formatting, Editing, and Proofreading 394 Revise your draft.

759 766 The Purposes of a Writing Portfolio 766 Assembling a Portfolio for Your Composition Course 766 Select your work. 767 Reflect on your work and what you have Organize your portfolio. 769 learned. com/theguide/epages Contents PART 6 li Writing and Speaking to Wider Audiences 31 Oral Presentations 772 Preparing 772 Understand the kind of oral presentation you have been asked to give. 772 Assess your audience and purpose. 773 Determine how much information you can present in the allotted time.

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