Mosaics: Focusing on Essays

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Prentice Hall, Oct 1, 1997 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 505 pages
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Welcome to Mosaics: Focusing on Essays, Third Edition-the text that helps students help themselves as they study their own writing. It contains a multitude of exercises and activities that encourages students to apply the techniques and skills of good writing to their own assignments. With all three texts in the Mosaics series, students start writing when the learning begins, not when the learning ends. Book jacket.

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Contents

THE WRITING PROCESS
1
Recognizing an Essay
29
Words Phrases and Clauses
38
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

In her own words, this is how Kim Flachmann describes her academic life story and devotion to students and teaching: ""I am a St. Louis kid who moved west and fell in love with California. My passion is teaching writing and helping people understand its importance in our society today."" " "I earned my B.A. in English at Washington University in my hometown and then started teaching at Morton College in Chicago, where I began a Developmental Writing program in 1969. Three years later, I came to California State University, Bakersfield, where I currently direct the Writing Program. I enjoy teaching writing through my books and my classes."" " "I can't imagine any mission more important to the success of a society than literacy. Teaching people who to understand words they encounter and how to express their most cherished ideas can relieve their personal frustration, rejuvenate their self-esteem, provide them with skills they need to succeed, and ultimately raise the quality of all our lives. I feel truly privileged to be involved in such a life-changing passion.

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