Helping Students Write Well 2e PDF

by Barbara E. Walvoord Helping Students Write Well has become the standard manual for most college instructors seeking to integrate writing into their courses more effectively. The book suggests techniques for responding to student work, guiding student peer groups, and dealing with specific writing problems. Aimed at college faculty in a variety of disciplines — history, sociology, biology, marketing, psychology, literature, and others — Barbara Walvoord's lively text provides methods for helping students
— generate ideas
— bring topics into focus
— gather and integrate library information
— organize reasoning and evidence
— follow a required format
— draft, revise, and edit
— improve style and mechanics
— compose visual aidsHelping Students Write Well is an essential tool both for those who teach writing and for those who want to make writing a significant part of their courses.

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