The Macmillan Reader
Longman, 2002 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 562 pages
Featuring the same superior teaching apparatus and thought-provoking selections as its widely-praised parent text, The Longman Reader, Brief Edition is an all new, shorter, more portable alternative to the best-selling, rhetorically-organized original, The Longman Reader (formerly titled The Macmillan Reader ).
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Brainstorm the general subject. Another way to focus on a limited subject is to list
quickly everything about the general topic that pops into your mind. Working
vertically down the page, jot down brief words, phrases, and abbreviations to ...
Brainstorm your limited subject. Let your mind wander freely, as you did when
using brainstorming to narrow your subject. This time, though, list every idea, fact,
and example that occurs to you about your limited subject. Use brief words and ...
At this point, it will be helpfiil to compare once again Harriet Davids's
brainstorming (page 24 and 26) and her scratch outline (page 30). Note the way
she added new details to make her brainstorming more specific. For example, to
the item ...
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THE READING PROCESS
ETHICS AND MORALITY
THE WRITING PROCESS
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