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Students need to learn to write successfully for their college and university courses, but they also want to learn how to transfer their writing skills into their careers. By teaching genres of writing (analyses, reports, proposals, etc.), strategies for writing (narration, comparison, argumentation, etc.), and processes for writing (planning, drafting, revising, etc.),
Writing Today provides students with tools they can mix and match as needed to respond effectively to many writing situations both in school and beyond. Writing Today offers students the comprehensive and detailed instruction they need using a highly-praised, interactive writing style that reflects the way they read and learn: instruction is succinct; key concepts are immediately defined and reinforced; paragraphs are short and supported by instructional visuals. This interactive presentation helps students ask questions of the text, raid it for answers, and access knowledge when they are ready for it, putting students in control of their learning.
With the clear and easy-to-read presentation students want, visual instruction students prefer, and pedagogical support students need, Writing Today is a practical and useful guide to writing for university and beyond.