A Step-by-step Guide to Issue-based Writing
Here is an instructional how-to resource that explains various types of issue-based writing such as essays and research papers. it uses bulleted points that reinforce common terms and key concepts as well as clearly written samples, graphic organizers, and writing exercises. Tips and techniques are offered throughout the book, helping young writers improve the quality and scope of their writing. This easy-to-use guide shows how to properly cite research material, state findings, write an effective conclusion, and list sources in a bibliography.
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Table of Contents
Writing Your First Draft
Revising Your First Draft
Editing Your First Draft
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