X. J. Kennedy
Dorothy M. Kennedy
Marcia F. Muth
(University of Colorado at Denver)
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New emphasis on reflection The eleventh edition offers a framework to help students reflect on their progress as writers and to develop a deeper awareness of their processes that they can carry with them as they move into future courses and the workplace. This framework includes:
Guidance on Writing across the Disciplines Chapter 24 has been revamped to provided advice on writing successfully in a variety of disciplines, including the sciences, nursing, the arts, business, education, history, and psychology. A new student paper from a psychology student offers a real example of how to transfer writing skills into a major.
A New Chapter on Language in A Writer's Reader Half of the readings in the Bedford Guide are new, including three new student essays. In the reader, a new thematic chapter on language mixes favorites by Amy Tan and Richard Rodriguez with new selections on current topics, such as trigger warnings.
Expanded Assessment Options and new Activities in LaunchPad In addition to the Reviewing & Reflecting activities mentioned above, LaunchPad for The Bedford Guide also includes customizable, autoscored reading quizzes for every reading selection in A Writer's Guide and A Writer's Reader; diagnostic quizzes; an expanded set of LearningCurve adaptive quizzing activities on grammar, argument, source documentation, and other topics; and Exercise Central, a bank of searchable and customizable grammar, punctuation, style, writing, and research exercises.
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