The Informed Writer: Using Sources in the Disciplines
Bazerman' s The Informed Writer teaches students to formulate original arguments through fourteen different kinds of writing activities, ranging from brief summaries to full-scale research papers. Students are encouraged to explore the close connection between writing and reading, as well as the social context for their writing. Student writing examples and two complete research papers model both MLA and APA styles.
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