Right Track Writer: Beginning GED Essay Writing

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Cambridge Adult Education, Prentice Hall Regents, 1991 - Study Aids - 96 pages
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This four book series is specifically geared to the requirements of the essay part of the GED test. Each book offers strategies for the step-by-step development of writing skills through the process approach which is reviewed and reinforced throughout the text.

Right Track Writer assumes little or no previous writing experience. Beginning with Writing Lists and Brainstorming, the student progresses through Building Information, Writing the First Paragraph, Getting the Rest on Paper, and Proofreading.

Plenty of example essays and models can be found throughout the text.

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Contents

THE WRITING PROCESS IN A NUTSHELL
5
STORIES ABOUT YOU
15
DESCRIPTIVE WRITING
23
Copyright

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About the author (1991)

Carolyn Parnall Fink has been a registered nurse for fifteen years. During that time she has worked in various hospitals, nursing homes, and schools, caring for patients with a variety of illnesses. She is also the author of On Duty: A Nurse's Notes on Life and Death.
She and her husband live in New Mexico.

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