This is a textbook for college and university courses in discipline-based academic writing. Grounded in contemporary genre theory, this text provides practical instruction on the development of sophisticated research papers. Respectfully addressing students as apprentice scholars and professionals, the editors offer a stimulating departure from traditional, pre-disciplinary models of general composition. Augmented by sample articles, Designs for Disciplines presents writing as an activity that is central to academic inquiry.An Introduction to Academic Writing Steven Charles Roe, Pamela H. Den Ouden. METHODS OF DEVELOPMENT Texts and syllabi for traditional composition classes often stress aquot;methods of development, aquot; ... Throughout a term, students may be asked to write a descriptive essay, a narrative essay, a process analysis essay, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Designs for Disciplines|
|Author||:||Steven Charles Roe, Pamela H. Den Ouden|
|Publisher||:||Canadian Scholars’ Press - 2003|