• Preface
The Genre Toolkit
  • 1. Asking Questions
  • 2. Discovering Rhetorical Situations
  • 3. Writing New Genres
  • 4. Developing a Writing Process
Projects
Writing Process
  • 15. Developing a Topic
  • 16. Prewriting
  • 17. Drafting
  • 18. Generating Arguments
  • 19. Using Rhetorical Modes
  • 20. Organization
  • 21. Developing Style
  • 22. Polishing It Up
Research
  • 23. Getting Started with Research
  • 24. Conducting Research
  • 25. Evaluating Sources
  • 26. Integrating Sources
  • 27. Avoiding Plagiarism
  • 28. Citing Sources
Presentation
  • 29. Choosing Visual Elements, Layout, and Design
  • 30. Getting It Out There
Style and Usage Guide
  • H1. How Verbs Work
  • H2. How Nouns & Pronouns Work
  • H3. How Modifiers Work
  • H4. How Sentences Work
  • H5. How Punctuation Works
  • H6. How Usage Conventions Work
Readings
  • R1. Reading Personal Essays
  • R2. Reading Profiles
  • R3. Reading Informative Genres
  • R4. Reading Inquiries
  • R5. Reading Analyses
  • R6. Reading Reviews
  • R7. Reading Arguments
  • R8. Reading Academic Research
  • R9. Reading Workplace Genres
  • R10. Reading Proposals
  • R11. Reading Reports