Horizons

Horizons

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Horizons best accommodates the needs of students in high-level developmental writing and low-level freshman composition courses. Its dual focus on thematic readings and rhetorical styles ensures that students remain engaged as they practice narration, compare and contrast, cause and effect, and other modes of writing. A diverse set of reading selections from a variety of sources model different rhetorical modes. A flexible organization also allows instructors to assign chapters in any order.Then save the weaker evidence for later in the paper, after youa#39;ve established that your claim is plausible. ... Some common illustration transition phrases are: for example an illustration of this is for instance one example is to illustrate another example (or instance) is in one case a ... paragraph in a longer essay, you will need to develop each example with specific details. These details will often take the form of narratives or descriptions, which were discussed in Chapter 3 of this book.


Title:Horizons
Author: Hmco, Houghton Mifflin Company, Houghton Mifflin Co
Publisher:Houghton Mifflin College Division - 2004
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