On the Go: Sentence to Paragraph by Richard E BaileyOn the Go: Sentence to Paragraph by Richard E Bailey

On the Go: Sentence to Paragraph

byRichard E Bailey, Linda Denstaedt, Mary Therese Gormley Hirmer

Paperback | January 29, 2014

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On the Go aims to help students appreciate how strong writing can help them achieve both their academic and professional goals. This Canadian edition is a practical and process-oriented guide to sentence and paragraph writing. The clear step-by-step instructions are enhanced by a wealth of student and instructor writing samples, program-specific examples, and a highly visual design. For further application, there is ample opportunity for readers to develop their critical reading and thinking skills through a wealth of activities.

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Title:On the Go: Sentence to ParagraphFormat:PaperbackDimensions:10.9 × 8.4 × 0.6 inPublished:January 29, 2014Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0071055924

ISBN - 13:9780071055925

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Table of Contents

Part 1:

Chapter 1: Getting Ready to Write

Chapter2: Giving Shape to Your Writing

Chapter 3: Revising and Editing

Part 2:

Chapter 4: Description

Chapter 5: Example

Chapter 6: Narration

Chapter 7: Process

Chapter 8: Classification

Chapter 9: Cause and Effect

Chapter 10: Comparison/Contrast

Chapter 11: Definition

Chapter 12: Argumenta

Chapter 13: From Paragraphs to Essays

Part 3:

Chapter 14: Parts of Speech

Chapter 15: The Simple Sentence

Chapter 16: Coordination and Subordination

Chapter 17: Sentence Variety and Parallel Structure

Part 4:

Chapter 18: Sentence Fragments

Chapter 19: Comma Splices and Run-Ons

Chapter 20: Verbs: Agreement, Irregular Verbs, and Consistency

Chapter 21: Pronouns

Chapter 22: Commas

Chapter 23: Semicolons and Colons

Chapter 24: Apostrophes

Chapter 25: Quotations

Chapter 26: Mechanics

Part 5:

Chapter 27: Building Vocabulary

Chapter 28: Critical Reading, Thinking, and Writing