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Section 1. Introduction: Welcome to Writing 6! 3

Other classroom words: 5

Exercise 1.1 8

Exercise 1.2 10

Exercise 1.3. 12

Section 2. Paragraph Writing 13



Example Paragraphs 15

Exercise 2.1. 19

Exercise 2.2 19

Vocabulary List 1: Writing Words 20

Formatting the College Paper 22

Exercise 2.3 24

Exercise 2.4. 26

Exercise 2.5. 27

Titles 28

Exercise 2.6. 28

Section 3. Response Writing 30



Exercise 3.1. 30

Exercise 3.2 33

Section 4. More Sentence Structure 34



Exercise 4.1: 34

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Exercise 4.2: 36

Exercise 4.3: 37

Exercise 4.4: 37

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Exercise 4.5: 38

Exercise 4.6: 39

Section 5. Essays 40



From Paragraph to Essay 41

More about Introductions 42

More about Conclusions 44

Section 6. Process Analysis Writing 45



Exercise 6.1. 46

Exercise 6.2. 48

Exercise 6.3. 49

Exercise 6.4. 51

Example Essay: Process 54

Section 7. Run-Ons and Comma Splices 55



Exercise 7.1. 55

Exercise 7.2. 56

Exercise 7.3. 57

Section 8. Descriptive Writing 58



Exercise 8.1. Brainstorm – 5 Senses and Emotions 61

Exercise 8.2 Tone in Descriptive Writing: Brainstorming Adjectives. 69

Example Essay 1: Description 70

Example Essay 2: Description 71

Section 9. Comma Rules 72



Exercise 9.1: Rule 1 72

Exercise 9.2: Rule 2 73

Exercise 9.3: Rule 3 73

Exercise 9.4: Rule 4 74

Exercise 9.5: Rule 5 74

Exercise 9.6: Rule 6 75

Section 10. Comparison Writing 77



Exercise. 10.1: Choosing a Topic 77

Exercise. 10. 2: Brainstorming 79

Exercise 10.3 81

Exercise 10.4 82

Thesis Statement 85

Example Essay Comparison 2 88

Section 11. Narrative Writing 92



Writing Vocabulary: Narratives 92

The Narrative Arc 93

Exercise 11.1. 93

Example Essay 1: Lara 97

Example Essay 2: Park 98

Appendix 1: Peer Review Pages 99



Peer Review: Process Writing Checklist 99

Peer Review: Descriptive Writing Checklist 101

Peer Review: Comparison Writing Checklist 103

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Peer Review: Narrative Writing Checklist 105


Section 1. Introduction: Welcome to Writing 6!


Let’s start with some basic questions about writing. By “basic,” I don’t mean “easy:” I mean questions about the basis, the foundation, of writing.

Question 1.





Why do people write?

Or,


What are writer’s goals?

There are many different correct answers to this, but here is one way to answer. These are the basic goals a writer could have. In college classes, you may have any of these goals. You may have two of these reasons at the same time.


Question 2.


What do people write?


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