Package: Comp + Coursemate Printed Access Card (12 Months) by John Van RysPackage: Comp + Coursemate Printed Access Card (12 Months) by John Van Rys

Package: Comp + Coursemate Printed Access Card (12 Months)

byJohn Van Rys, Randall Vandermey, Verne Meyer

Paperback | April 1, 2013

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The Canadian edition of COMP offers sound, practical writing instruction, while bringing Canadian voices into dialogue about personal, national, and global issues at the heart of twenty-first-century experience. Rooted in a seven-traits framework for writing improvement, this text presents a strong Canadian perspective on the writing process, modes of writing, research strategies, and grammar. In particular, COMP is rich in examples and images from Canadian culture, as well as illustrations and models by Canadian writers, both students and professionals.
Dr. John Van Rys (Ph.D. Dalhousie University, M.A./B.A. University of Western Ontario) has taught composition, business writing, creative writing, and literature courses to college students for more than 25 years at Dordt College in Sioux Center, Iowa. He has been teaching as a full professor in the English Department at Redeemer Unive...
Title:Package: Comp + Coursemate Printed Access Card (12 Months)Format:PaperbackDimensions:416 pages, 10.87 × 8.48 × 0.62 inPublished:April 1, 2013Publisher:Nelson College IndigenousLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0176661816

ISBN - 13:9780176661816

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Table of Contents

Part One: Writing ProcessChapter 1: Understanding the Reading-Writing ConnectionChapter 2: One Writer's ProcessChapter 3: StartingChapter 4: PlanningChapter 5: DraftingChapter 6: RevisingChapter 7: EditingChapter 8: PublishingPart Two: Forms of WritingNarrative, Descriptive and Reflective WritingChapter 9: Narration, Description, and ReflectionAnalytical WritingChapter 10: DefinitionChapter 11: ClassificationChapter 12: ProcessChapter 13: Comparison-ContrastChapter 14: Cause-EffectPersuasive WritingChapter 15: Strategies for Argumentation & PersuasionChapter 16: Taking a PositionChapter 17: Persuading Readers to ActChapter 18: Proposing a SolutionResearch WritingChapter 19: Planning Your Research ProjectChapter 20: Doing Your ResearchChapter 21: Working with SourcesChapter 22: Writing a Research PaperChapter 23: MLA and APA StylesPart Three: HandbookChapter 24: GrammarChapter 25: SentencesChapter 26: Sentence ErrorsChapter 27: PunctuationChapter 28: MechanicsChapter 29: Multilingual and ELL GuidelinesBonus Online ChaptersReport WritingChapter A: Interview ReportChapter B: Lab, Experiment, and Field ReportsSpecial Forms of WritingChapter C: Analyzing the ArtsChapter D: Workplace WritingChapter E: Web WritingChapter F: Assessment