A Writer's Workshop: Student Edition with Student Access Card

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This process-based paragraph-to-essay level text makes three basic assumptions about developing writers: they learn to write best by writing, they need to revise their work significantly, and they deserve comprehensive instruction on why and how to revise to express themselves more effectively. To this end, A Writer's Workshop provides many opportunities for students at all levels--from the least-to best prepared--to write often with a rhetorical context and to critically evaluate their work.

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Bob Brannan is a professor at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, Kansas, where he has taught composition for 17 years. He received his M.A. in composition/rhetoric from Iowa State University and began his teaching career as a "freeway flyer," shuttling between community colleges and carrying his office in a bag. Over the years, he has taught a number of writing classes-including developmental, first- and second-semester composition, business and technical writing, advanced composition, and honours seminars-but he focuses much of his attention on the pre-college-level writer. He is also the author of A Writer's Workshop: Crafting Paragraphs, Building Essays, now in its third edition.

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