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    Title: About Writing Guide with Handbook - A textbook for English Composition (OpenStax)

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    • About Writing Guide with Handbook - A textbook for English Composition (OpenStax)CC BY 4.0
      • Front MatterCC BY 4.0
      • 1: The Digital World: Building on What You Already Know to Respond CriticallyCC BY 4.0
        • 1.1: "Reading" to Understand and RespondCC BY 4.0
        • 1.2: TrailblazerCC BY 4.0
        • 1.3: Glance at Critical Response: Rhetoric and Critical ThinkingCC BY 4.0
        • 1.4: Annotated Student Sample: Social Media Post and Responses on Voter SuppressionCC BY 4.0
        • 1.5: Writing Process: Thinking Critically About a "Text"CC BY 4.0
        • 1.6: Evaluation: Intention vs. ExecutionCC BY 4.0
        • 1.7: Spotlight on ... AcademiaCC BY 4.0
        • 1.8: Portfolio: Tracing Writing DevelopmentCC BY 4.0
      • 2: Language, Identity, and Culture: Exploring, Employing, EmbracingCC BY 4.0
        • 2.1: Seeds of SelfCC BY 4.0
        • 2.2: TrailblazerCC BY 4.0
        • 2.3: Glance at the Issues: Oppression and ReclamationCC BY 4.0
        • 2.4: Annotated Sample Reading from The Souls of Black Folk by W. E. B. Du BoisCC BY 4.0
        • 2.5: Writing Process: Thinking Critically about How Identity Is Constructed Through WritingCC BY 4.0
        • 2.6: Evaluation: Antiracism and InclusivityCC BY 4.0
        • 2.7: Spotlight on ... Variations of EnglishCC BY 4.0
        • 2.8: Portfolio: Decolonizing SelfCC BY 4.0
      • 3: Literacy Narrative: Building Bridges, Bridging GapsCC BY 4.0
        • 3.1: Identity and ExpressionCC BY 4.0
        • 3.2: TrailblazerCC BY 4.0
        • 3.3: Glance at Genre: The Literacy NarrativeCC BY 4.0
        • 3.4: Annotated Sample Reading: from Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass by Frederick DouglassCC BY 4.0
        • 3.5: Writing Process: Tracing the Beginnings of LiteracyCC BY 4.0
        • 3.6: Editing Focus: Sentence StructureCC BY 4.0
        • 3.7 Evaluation: Self-EvaluatingCC BY 4.0
        • 3.8: Spotlight on . . . The Digital Archive of Literacy Narratives (DALN)CC BY 4.0
        • 3.9 Portfolio: A Literacy ArtifactCC BY 4.0
      • 4: Memoir or Personal Narrative: Learning Lessons from the PersonalCC BY 4.0
        • 4.1: Exploring the Past to Understand the PresentCC BY 4.0
        • 4.2: TrailblazerCC BY 4.0
        • 4.3: Glance at Genre: Conflict, Detail, and RevelationCC BY 4.0
        • 4.4: Annotated Sample Reading: from Life on the Mississippi by Mark TwainCC BY 4.0
        • 4.5: Writing Process: Making the Personal PublicCC BY 4.0
        • 4.6: Editing Focus: More on Characterization and Point of ViewCC BY 4.0
        • 4.7: Evaluation: Structure and OrganizationCC BY 4.0
        • 4.8: Spotlight on ... Multilingual WritersCC BY 4.0
        • 4.9 Portfolio: Filtered MemoriesCC BY 4.0
      • 5: Profile: Telling a Rich and Compelling StoryCC BY 4.0
        • 5.1: Profiles as InspirationCC BY 4.0
        • 5.2: TrailblazerCC BY 4.0
        • 5.3: Glance at Genre: Subject, Angle, Background, and DescriptionCC BY 4.0
        • 5.4: Annotated Sample Reading: "Remembering John Lewis" by Carla D. HaydenCC BY 4.0
        • 5.5: Writing Process: Focusing on the Angle of Your SubjectCC BY 4.0
        • 5.6: Editing Focus: Verb Tense ConsistencyCC BY 4.0
        • 5.7: Evaluation: Text as Personal IntroductionCC BY 4.0
        • 5.8: Spotlight on . . . Profiling a Cultural ArtifactCC BY 4.0
        • 5.9: Portfolio: Subject as a Reflection of SelfCC BY 4.0
      • 6: Proposal: Writing About Problems and SolutionsCC BY 4.0
        • 6.1: Proposing Change: Thinking Critically About Problems and SolutionsCC BY 4.0
        • 6.2: TrailblazerCC BY 4.0
        • 6.3: Glance at Genre: features of ProposalsCC BY 4.0
        • 6.4: Annotated STudent Sample: "Slowing Climate Change" by Shawn KrukowskiCC BY 4.0
        • 6.5: Writing Process: Creating a ProposalCC BY 4.0
        • 6.6: Editing Focus: Subject-Verb AgreementCC BY 4.0
        • 6.7: Evaluation: Conventions, Clarity, and CoherenceCC BY 4.0
        • 6.8: Spotlight on ... Technical Writing as a CareerCC BY 4.0
        • 6.9: Portfolio: Reflecting on Problems and SolutionsCC BY 4.0
      • 7: Evaluation or Review: Would You Recommend it?CC BY 4.0
        • 7.1: Thumbs Up or Down?CC BY 4.0
        • 7.2: TrailblazerCC BY 4.0
        • 7.3: Glance at Genre: Criteria, Evidence, EvaluationCC BY 4.0
        • 7.4: Annotated Student Sample: "Black Representation in Film" by Caelia MarshallCC BY 4.0
        • 7.5: Writing Process: Thinking Critically About EntertainmentCC BY 4.0
        • 7.6: Editing Focus - QuotationsCC BY 4.0
        • 7.7: Evaluation: Effect on AudienceCC BY 4.0
        • 7.8: Spotlight on ... Language and CultureCC BY 4.0
        • 7.9: Portfolio: What the Arts Say About YouCC BY 4.0
      • 8: Analytical Report: Writing from FactsCC BY 4.0
        • 8.1: Information and Critical ThinkingCC BY 4.0
        • 8.2: TrailblazerCC BY 4.0
        • 8.3: Glance at Genre: Informal and Formal Analytical ReportsCC BY 4.0
        • 8.4: Annotated Student Sample: "U.S. Response to COVID-19" by Trevor GarciaCC BY 4.0
        • 8.5: Writing Process: Creating an Analytical ReportCC BY 4.0
        • 8.6: Editing Focus: Commas with Nonessential and Essential InformationCC BY 4.0
        • 8.7: Evaluation: Reviewing the Final DraftCC BY 4.0
        • 8.8: Spotlight on ... Discipline-Specific and Technical LanguageCC BY 4.0
        • 8.9: Portfolio: Evidence and ObjectivityCC BY 4.0
      • 9: Rhetorical Analysis: Interpreting the Art of RhetoricCC BY 4.0
        • 9.1: Breaking the Whole into Its PartsCC BY 4.0
        • 9.2: TrailblazerCC BY 4.0
        • 9.3: Glance at Genre: Rhetorical StrategiesCC BY 4.0
        • 9.4: Annotated Student Sample: "Rhetorical Analysis: Evicted by Matthew Desmond" by Eliana EvansCC BY 4.0
        • 9.5: Writing Process: Thinking Critically about RhetoricCC BY 4.0
        • 9.6: Editing Focus: Mixed Sentence ConstructionsCC BY 4.0
        • 9.7: Evaluation: Rhetorical AnalysisCC BY 4.0
        • 9.8: Spotlight on ... Business and LawCC BY 4.0
        • 9.9: Portfolio: How Thinking Critically about Rhetoric Affects Intellectual GrowthCC BY 4.0
      • 10: Position Argument: Practicing the Art of RhetoricCC BY 4.0
        • 10.1: Making a Case: Defining a Position ArgumentCC BY 4.0
        • 10.2: TrailblazerCC BY 4.0
        • 10.3: Glance at Genre: Thesis, Reasoning, and EvidenceCC BY 4.0
        • 10.4: Annotated Sample Reading: "Remarks at the University of Michigan" by Lyndon B. JohnsonCC BY 4.0
        • 10.5: Writing Process: Creating a Position ArgumentCC BY 4.0
        • 10.6: Editing Focus: Paragraphs and TransitionsCC BY 4.0
        • 10.7: Evaluation: Varied AppealsCC BY 4.0
        • 10.8: Spotlight on ... CitationCC BY 4.0
        • 10.9: Portfolio: Growth in the Development of ArgumentCC BY 4.0
      • 11: Reasoning Strategies: Improving Critical ThinkingCC BY 4.0
        • 11.1: Developing Your Sense of LogicCC BY 4.0
        • 11.2: TrailblazerCC BY 4.0
        • 11.3: Glance at Genre: Reasoning Strategies and Signal WordsCC BY 4.0
        • 11.4: Annotated Sample Reading: from Book VII of The Republic by PlatoCC BY 4.0
        • 11.5: Writing Process: Reasoning Supported by EvidenceCC BY 4.0
      • 12: Argumentative Research: Enhancing the Art of Rhetoric with EvidenceCC BY 4.0
        • 12.1: Introducing Research and Research EvidenceCC BY 4.0
        • 12.2: TrailblazerCC BY 4.0
        • 12.3: Glance at Genre: Introducing Research as EvidenceCC BY 4.0
        • 12.4: Annotated Student Sample: "Healthy Diets from Sustainable Sources Can Save the Earth" by Lily TranCC BY 4.0
        • 12.5: Writing Process: integrating ResearchCC BY 4.0
        • 12.6: Editing Focus: Integrating Sources and QuotationsCC BY 4.0
        • 12.7: Evaluation: Effectiveness of Research PaperCC BY 4.0
        • 12.8: Spotlight on ... Bias in Language and ResearchCC BY 4.0
        • 12.9: Portfolio: Why Facts Matter in Research ArgumentationCC BY 4.0
      • 13: Research Process: Accessing and Recording InformationCC BY 4.0
        • 13.1: The Research Process: Where to Look for Existing SourcesCC BY 4.0
        • 13.2: The Research Process: How to Create SourcesCC BY 4.0
        • 13.3: Glance at the Research Process: Key SkillsCC BY 4.0
        • 13.4: Annotated Student Sample: Research LogCC BY 4.0
        • 13.5: Research Process: Making Notes, Synthesizing Information, and Keeping a Research LogCC BY 4.0
        • 13.6: Spotlight on ... Ethical ResearchCC BY 4.0
      • 14: Annotated Bibliography: Gathering, Evaluating, and Documenting SourcesCC BY 4.0
        • 14.1: Compiling Sources for an Annotated BibliographyCC BY 4.0
        • 14.2: Glance at Form: Citation Style, Purpose, and FormattingCC BY 4.0
        • 14.3: Annotated Student Sample: "Healthy Diets from Sustainable Sources Can Save the Earth" by Lily TranCC BY 4.0
        • 14.4: Writing Process: Informing and AnalyzingCC BY 4.0
      • 15: Case Study Profile: What One Person Says About AllCC BY 4.0
        • 15.1: Tracing a Broad Issue in the IndividualCC BY 4.0
        • 15.2: TrailblazerCC BY 4.0
        • 15.3: Glance at Genre: Observation, Description, and AnalysisCC BY 4.0
        • 15.4: Annotated Sample Reading: Case Study on Louis Victor "Tan" LeborgneCC BY 4.0
        • 15.5: Writing Process: Thinking Critically About How People and Language InteractCC BY 4.0
        • 15.6: Editing Focus: Words Often ConfusedCC BY 4.0
        • 15.7: Evaluation: Presentation and Analysis of Case StudyCC BY 4.0
        • 15.8: Spotlight on ... Applied LinguisticsCC BY 4.0
        • 15.9: Portfolio: Your Own Uses of LanguageCC BY 4.0
      • 16: Print or Textual Analysis: What You ReadCC BY 4.0
        • 16.1: An Author's Choices: What Text Says and How It Says ItCC BY 4.0
        • 16.2: TrailblazerCC BY 4.0
        • 16.3: Glance at Genre: Print or Textual AnalysisCC BY 4.0
        • 16.4: Annotated Student Sample: "Artists at Work" by Gwyn GarrisonCC BY 4.0
        • 16.5: Writing Process: Thinking Critically About TextCC BY 4.0
        • 16.6: Editing Focus: Literary Works Live in the PresentCC BY 4.0
        • 16.7: Evaluation: Self-Directed AssessmentCC BY 4.0
        • 16.8: Spotlight on ... HumanitiesCC BY 4.0
        • 16.9: Portfolio: The Academic and the PersonalCC BY 4.0
      • 17: Image Analysis: What You SeeCC BY 4.0
        • 17.1: "Reading" ImagesCC BY 4.0
        • 17.2: TrailblazerCC BY 4.0
        • 17.3: Glance at Genre: Relationship Between Image and RhetoricCC BY 4.0
        • 17.4: Annotated Student Sample: "Hints of the Homoerotic" by Leo DavisCC BY 4.0
        • 17.5: writing Process: Thinking Critically and Writing Persuasively About ImagesCC BY 4.0
        • 17.6: Editing Focus: Descriptive DictionCC BY 4.0
        • 17.7 Evaluation: Relationship Between Analysis and ImageCC BY 4.0
        • 17.8: Spotlight on ... Video and FilmCC BY 4.0
        • 17.9: Portfolio: Interplay Between Text and ImageCC BY 4.0
      • 18: Multimodal and Online Writing: Creative Interaction between Text and ImageCC BY 4.0
        • 18.1: Mixing Genres and ModesCC BY 4.0
        • 18.2: TrailblazerCC BY 4.0
        • 18.3: Glance at Genre: Genre, Audience, Purpose, OrganizationCC BY 4.0
        • 18.4: Annotated Sample Reading: "Celebrating a Win-Win" by Alexandra Dapolito DunnCC BY 4.0
        • 18.5: Writing Process: Create a Multimodal Advocacy ProjectCC BY 4.0
        • 18.6: Evaluation: TransitionsCC BY 4.0
        • 18.7: Spotlight on . . . TechnologyCC BY 4.0
        • 18.8: Portfolio: MultimodalismCC BY 4.0
      • 19: Scripting for the Public Forum: Writing to SpeakCC BY 4.0
        • 19.1: Writing, Speaking, and ActivismCC BY 4.0
        • 19.2: TrailblazerCC BY 4.0
        • 19.3: Glance at Genre: Language Performance and VisualsCC BY 4.0
        • 19.4: Annotated Student Sample: "Are New DOT Regulations Discriminatory?" by Zain A. KumarCC BY 4.0
        • 19.5: Writing Process: Writing to SpeakCC BY 4.0
        • 19.6: Evaluation: Bridging Writing and SpeakingCC BY 4.0
        • 19.7: Spotlight on ... Delivery/Public SpeakingCC BY 4.0
        • 19.8: Portfolio: Everyday Rhetoric, Rhetoric Every DayCC BY 4.0
      • 20: Portfolio Reflection: Your Growth as a WriterCC BY 4.0
        • 20.1: Thinking Critically about Your SemesterCC BY 4.0
        • 20.2: TrailblazerCC BY 4.0
        • 20.3: Glance at Genre: Purpose and StructureCC BY 4.0
        • 20.4: Annotated Sample Reading: "Don't Expect Congrats" by Dale TrumboreCC BY 4.0
        • 20.5: Writing Process: Looking Back, Looking ForwardCC BY 4.0
        • 20.6: Editing Focus: PronounsCC BY 4.0
        • 20.7: Evaluation: Evaluating Self-ReflectionCC BY 4.0
        • 20.8: Spotlight on ... Pronouns in ContextCC BY 4.0
      • 21: HandbookCC BY 4.0
      • Back MatterCC BY 4.0
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