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- Writing tasks centred around the major rhetorical modes common in academics, including description, comparison/contrast, cause/effect, argument, and critique.
- Extensive practice with key skills such as paraphrasing, summarizing, comparing information and perspectives, distinguishing fact from opinion, assessing bias, and documenting sources.
- The final chapter teaches students to assemble a research paper with multiple citations.
Creating Meaning provides a bridge to the academic mainstream by teaching students to comprehend facts and ideas, select and synthesize relevant information, and communicate this information accurately and analytically in their writing.
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Creating Meaning provides a bridge to the academic mainstream by developing the ...
Creating Meaning Answer Key Booklet Advanced Reading and Writing
Creating Meaning provides a bridge to the academic mainstream by developing the reading, writing, and critical thinking skills that students will require in content classes. The text prepares students...