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Every developing writer is different and has specific needs. Whether students lack confidence, are overconfident, or come to the course under prepared in grammar and process, writing their own event. By organizing Steps for College Writersaround three phases of college writingfinding one's own writing process, writing essays based on one's own experience and perceptions, and writing essays involving texts and research, Phil Eggers aims to transform writing into an intrinsic experience for today's developing writers. His graduated approach to grammar and writing teaches students the basic of composing solid paragraphs and essays by allowing students to mature in the process and build confidence. Grammar correctness and peer review are heavily emphasized, and student and professional models are incorporated throughout the text to show "real" writing. As part of the Penguin Academic Series, Steps for College Writersoffers a compact, trade-format size and streamlined narrative to make this book both easy to handle and easy to read. Its brevity and low cost allows instructors to easily supplement the basic text with other books, including those on the list of Penguin titles offered at a deep discount as part of the Longman-Penguin Program.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Visualizing the Essay
Step One: Developing Your Own Thinking, Writing, and Learning Process