Ready To Write 2: Stbk by PEARSON LONGMANReady To Write 2: Stbk by PEARSON LONGMAN

Ready To Write 2: Stbk


Paperback | July 16, 2009

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Ready to Write  marks 25 years of this easy-to-teach series, which provides basic writing instruction, dependable strategies, and many opportunities for students to use the composition skills they need to be successful writers in and out of the classroom.


A fresh new design, updated content throughout, and a host of new activities reinforce the approach that has made the Ready to Write series a classroom favorite for more than two decades.



  • Updated examples and model paragraphs illustrate organizing elements such as topic sentences, supporting details, and signal words.
  • Step-by-step activities guide students in comparing and contrasting, describing, analyzing data, writing test answers, and summarizing. Varied, contextualized writing tasks help students with real-life tasks.
  • Editing and proofreading exercises encourage students to refine their writing skills.
  • New! Grammar Guide section presents important grammar points and practice items to boost accuracy.
  • Ready to Write also includes:


    Ready to Write 1

    Ready to Write 3



Title:Ready To Write 2: StbkFormat:PaperbackDimensions:214 pages, 8.75 × 6.35 × 0.68 inPublished:July 16, 2009Publisher:PEARSON LONGMANLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0131363328

ISBN - 13:9780131363328

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Getting Organized: The Key to Good Writing 

Chapter 2:  Understanding Paragraphs

Chapter 3:  Organizing Information by Time Order

Chapter 4:  Organizing Information by Order of Importance

Chapter 5:  Organizing Information by Spatial Order

Chapter 6:  Understanding the Writing Process

Chapter 7:  Supporting the Main Idea

Chapter 8:  Explaining a Process

Chapter 9:  Writing Descriptions

Chapter 10: Expressing Your Opinion

Chapter 11: Comparing and Contrasting

Chapter 12: Analyzing Causes and Effects

Chapter 13: Writing Personal Letters and Business Letters

Chapter 14: Writing Summaries

You Be the Editor Answer Key