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Ellen Kuhl Repetto is an editor and writer who has contributed to more than twenty composition readers, handbooks, and rhetorics. Martin's Textbook Reader, The Compact Reader, and Common Threads.
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At about half the price of other rhetorically arranged readers, 40 Model Essays: A Portable Anthology combines concise but thorough instruction in the methods of development with a well-chosen selection of classic and contemporary model readings for writers. At about half the price of other rhetorically arranged readers, 40 Model Essays: A Portable Anthology combines concise but thorough instruction in the methods of development with a well-chosen selection of classic and contemporary model readings for writers.
The second edition features a fresh mix of new and current selections to complement class-proven favorites; new advice on forming a thesis statement; and a wealth of captivating new writing topics. Martin's series of Portable Anthologies and Guides offers a trademark combination of high quality and great value.Many students dread writing essays because no one has bothered to break down the process in a clear, down-to-earth fashion. Beidler offers both good and bad examples, explaining why the writers succeeded or why they went astray.**Click the Cover Image to Order Online** **Also available in Kindle** “What I like most about Writing Matters is that it really speaks to my students.It's portable and affordable and easily integrated into either a thematic or modal approach to teaching freshmen composition."— Judy Bello, Lander University Jane E.Aaron is a professional writer and editor as well as an experienced teacher.These materials may not be made publicly available under any circumstances. For more information about the use of your personal data including for the purposes of anti-piracy enforcement, please refer to Macmillan Learning's.(.95, 230 pages, 6×9 Trade Paperback ISBN: 978-1-60381-174-3), Beidler improves on the first by presenting an expanded section on editing.The balance of shorter and longer selections accommodates a variety of student reading levels.Concise editorial material includes: 14 fresh contemporary selections complement reliable classroom favorites.Each succinct chapter is itself a persuasive essay that shows (simultaneously as it tells) how to focus and develop an argument, how to write clearly and concisely, and how to anticipate and “deal with” probable reader objections.Although Beidler’s book is simple, direct, and sometimes humorous, it does not condescend.