Checkmate: A Writing Reference For Canadians by Joanne BuckleyCheckmate: A Writing Reference For Canadians by Joanne Buckley

Checkmate: A Writing Reference For Canadians

byJoanne Buckley

Paperback | February 23, 2012

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Checkmate: A Writing Reference for Canadians guides students through the writing process of composition, from brainstorming to final revision. This clear, easy-to-use guide appeals to and is written for students using examples and models from a wide range of disciplines. The third edition has been completely redesigned, placing the instructional content on the outside of the page and the examples, sample writing, models, and checklists on the inside of the page. Joanne Buckley takes a lively tone and provides a flexible approach to grammar, punctuation, style, usage, documentation, and more, all in a readable and accessible format.
Joanne Buckley is an experienced, prolific and respected author of Fit to Print, the Canadian Harbrace Writer's Handbook and Checkmate: A Writing Reference for Canadians. She is an Assistant Professor, currently an Academic Skills Counsellor and the ESL Coordinator at McMaster University.
Title:Checkmate: A Writing Reference For CanadiansFormat:PaperbackDimensions:560 pages, 9 × 7.5 × 1 inPublished:February 23, 2012Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0176502564

ISBN - 13:9780176502560

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Table of Contents

Part One: Writing Purpose Chapter 1: Composing an Essay Chapter 2: Reading and Writing in an Academic Setting Part Two: Research and Documentation Chapter 3: Research Papers Chapter 4: Academic Integrity and Documentation Overview Chapter 5: MLA Style of Documentation Chapter 6: APA Style of Documentation Chapter 7: Chicago Style of Documentation Chapter 8: CSE And Columbia Online Style Part Three: Grammar Chapter 9: Grammar Chapter 10: Common Sentence Errors Chapter 11: Punctuation Part Four: Style Chapter 12: Sentence Structure and Style Chapter 13: Usage Chapter 14: Mechanics and Spelling Part Five: English Language Learners (ELL) Chapter 15: English Language Learners (ELL)