[This book] is a composition and grammar book designed for high-intermediate to advanced nonnative speakers at the pre-freshman composition level who are studying in intensive English programs or enrolled in non-credit composition courses at a college or university in the U.S. or Canada. Nonnative speakers in a high school level advanced ESL college-preparatory English class would also benefit from this book.... Because the target audience is nonnative speakers, the book addresses the requirements for English academic writing from a cultural perspective.... This book is designed to prepare nonnative speakers to develop and organize effective English academic essays. The rhetorical patterns that are covered include exemplification, classification, narration, process, comparison/contrast, and cause/effect. The book contains the following topics: critical-thinking skills; the process and product approach; the peer review process; sentence organization; study skills and aids; journal entries and writing assignments. -Pref.ooooooooo 4i9! Reviewing essay development ac Use Peer Review Form 8 from Appendix D to analyze and review the following essay. ac Compare your answers in groups ... Use correct essay format. ac Working with a partner or in a small group anbsp;...
|Title||:||Discoveries in Academic Writing|
|Author||:||Barbara Harris Leonhard|
|Publisher||:||Heinle & Heinle Pub - 1998-11-01|