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Essay Do's and Don'ts (2nd Ed.) A Practical Guide to Essay Writing

Langue : Anglais

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Couverture de l’ouvrage Essay Do's and Don'ts
Essay Do's and Don'ts is a concise, practical guide on the fundamentals of essay writing for students enrolled in introductory literature or English courses at the college or university level. In an easy, accessible tone, the authors present the essentials of structuring an essay, formulating and supporting ideas, and writing in clear, grammatical sentences. The book focuses on common problems first-year students encounter when writing essays. The text includes sample essays which illustrate the "do's" and "don'ts" of good essay writing, as well as readings, examples, and exercises to help students improve their vocabulary, grammar, punctuation, and general writing skills. The second edition offers more practice exercises and writing and research tips throughout. The chapter on MLA and APA documentation styles has been updated and expanded, and now includes sample student research essays to illustrate both styles. The readings appendix features six readings (three new) along with post-reading questions and topics.
Lucia Engkent has taught English composition and English for Academic Purposes for more than thirty years in several post-secondary institutions, including Seneca College, the University of Waterloo, York University, and the University of Alberta. Throughout her teaching career, she has written instructional materials such as institutional assessment tests and online material. Her six published textbooks include Skill Set (now in its third edition from OUP Canada), Fiction/Non-Fiction: A Reader and Rhetoric, (NEL), and Take Part: Speaking Canadian English (Pearson). Garry Engkent has taught English composition and literature for more than thirty years in several post-secondary institutions, including Ryerson University, Seneca College, the University of Toronto, and the University of Alberta. Garry is the co-author of Groundwork: Writing Skills to Build On (Pearson) and Fiction/Non-Fiction: A Reader and Rhetoric (NEL).

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