The Allyn & Bacon Handbook

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Allyn & Bacon, 2000 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 852 pages
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The Allyn & Bacon Handbook is designed as a superior resource for classroom and reference use, offering a cross-disciplinary coverage that is uniquely suited to writers both in and beyond college. Its opening chapters on Critical Thinking and Writing provide a foundation for decision-making skills from the invention and planning stages of whole essay development to the designing of sentences. Writing and argument-as-a-way-of-knowing is developed from early chapters through to the two unique chapters on writing and thinking in the social sciences, and natural sciences. For anyone interested in composition.

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Thinking Critically
1
CRITICAL THINKING AND WRITING
29
Writing as a Process
50
Copyright

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Rosen, Harvard University.

Behrens, University of California, Santa Barbara.

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