Textbook Progress

The entire book is now available!

Pressbooks Version

It is also available as an EPub or Mobi (Kindle) download version for eReaders, or in PDF. Individual chapters and sections are also available in editable versions; just fill out the contact form below to receive them by e-mail.

Oregon Writes Open Writing Text in PDF

Mobi (Kindle)

EPub

OpenDocument

Print-on-demand versions should be available early October.

Entire Table of Contents:

  1. Section 1: Situation and Analysis
    • Included Readings:
    • “What Does the Professor Want? Understanding the Assignment” by Amy Guptil, Open SUNY
    • “Backpacks vs. Briefcases: Steps Toward Rhetorical Analysis” by Laura Bolin Carroll
    • “Murder! Rhetorically Speaking” by Janet Boyd
  2. Section 2: Writing Process
    • Included Readings:
    • “Identify” from the Information Literacy User’s Guide, Open SUNY
    • “Developing a Strong, Clear Thesis Statement” from Writing Essays at UMN
    • “Constructing the Thesis and Argument — From the Ground Up” by Amy Guptil, Open SUNY
    • “Organizing Your Writing” from Writing Essays at UMN
    • “Writing Body Paragraphs” from Writing Essays at UMN
  3. Section 3: Research and Writing
    • “Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Avoiding Plagiarism” by Steven D. Krause
    • “Strategies for Gathering Reliable Information” from Successful Writing
    • “Seven Steps of the Research Process” from Cornell University Library
    • “Rhetorical Modes” from Writing Essays at UMN
    • “Research Writing and Argument: All Writing is Argument” by Pavel Zemilansky, Methods of Discovery
  4. Section 4: Critical Reading
    • Included Reading:
    • “Research and Critical Reading” by Pavel Zemilansky

 

 

 


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