Table of contents for Writing academic English / Ann Hogue and Alice Oshima.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface
Acknowledgments
PART I	 WRITING A PARAGRAPH	
1
Chapter 1		Paragraph Structure	
2
	The Three Parts of a Paragraph
3
	The Topic Sentence
4
		Position of Topic Sentences
5
		The Two Parts of a Topic Sentence
9
		Writing Topic Sentences
10
	Supporting Sentences
11
		Examples
12
	The Concluding Sentence
13
	Review
16
	Writing Practice
16
Chapter 2		Unity and Coherence
18
	Unity
18
	Coherence
21
		Repetition of Key Nouns
22
		Key Noun Substitutes
23
		Consistent Pronouns
24
		Transition Signals
25
			Transition Words and Phrases
26
			Coordinators
28
			Subordinators
29
			Others
29
		Logical Order
34
	Review	
36
	Writing Practice
37
Chapter 3		Supporting Details: Facts, Quotations, and Statistics
37
	Facts vs. Opinions
37
	Using Outside Sources
39
		Plagiarism
39
		Citing Sources
40
	Quotations
40
		Direct Quotations
40
		Reporting Verbs and Phrases
41
		Punctuating Direct Quotations
42
		Indirect Quotations
44
	Writing Practice
47
	Statistics
48
	Writing Practice
51
	Review
52
PART II 	WRITING AN ESSAY
53
Chapter 4		Essay Structure [? - CHECK CHAPTER TITLE]
54
The Three Parts of an Essay
54
The Introductory Paragraph
57
	Funnel Introduction
58
	Attention-getting Introduction
59
	Thesis Statements
61
Body Paragraphs
62
	Logical Division of Ideas
62
Three Keys
63
Thesis Statements for Logical Division of Ideas
63
Thesis Statement Pitfalls
65
	Transition Signals Between Paragraphs
67
The Concluding Paragraph
70
Essay Outlining
73
Review
75
Writing Practice
76
Applying What You Have Learned
76
Reading
77
Questions
77
Suggestions for Discussion or Writing 
78
Chapter 5		Chronological Order (Process Essays)
79
Three Keys
82
Thesis Statements for a Process Essay
82
Chronological Order Signal Words and Phrases
84
Review
86
Writing Practice
87
Applying What You Have Learned
87
Reading 1
87
Questions
88
Suggestions for Discussion or Writing 
89
Reading 2
90
Questions
90
Suggestions for Discussion or Writing 
91
Chapter 6		Cause/Effect Essays
92
Organization for Cause/Effect Order
93
	Block Organization
93
	Chain Organization
96
Cause/Effect Signal Words and Phrases
98
	Cause Signal Words
99
	Effect Signal Words
100
Review
103
Writing Practice
103
Applying What You Have Learned
104
Reading
105
Questions
106
Suggestions for Discussion or Writing 
107
Chapter 7		Comparison/Contrast Essays
109
	Organization of Comparison/Contrast Essays
111
		Point-by-Point Organization
111
		Block Organization
112
	Comparison and Contrast Signal Words
114
		Comparison Signal Words
115
		Contrast Signal Words
117
	Review
120
Writing Practice
121
Applying What You Have Learned
122
Reading
122
Questions
124
Suggestions for Discussion or Writing 
124
Chapter 8		Paraphrase and Summary
125
Paraphrasing
125
Plagiarism
126
How to Write a Good Paraphrase
127
Using Paraphrases as Support
132
Summarizing
134
How to Write a Good Summary
135
Review
139
Chapter 9	Argumentative Essays
140
	Organization of Argumentative Essays
141
Five Keys
144
The Introductory Paragraph
145
	Thesis Statement
145
Review
146
Writing Practice 
148
Applying What You Have Learned
149
Topic 1, Reading 1
149
Questions
151
Topic 1, Reading 2
152
Questions
153
Topic 2, Reading 1
154
Questions
155
Topic 2, Reading 2
156
Questions
158
PART III	SENTENCE STRUCTURE
159
Chapter 10	Types of Sentences
160
Clauses
160
	Independent Clauses
161
	Dependent Clauses
161
Kinds of Sentences
162
	Simple Sentences
162
	Compound Sentences
163
	Complex Sentences
170
	Compound-Complex Sentences
172
Sentence Types and Writing Style
173
Review
175
Chapter 11	Using Parallel Structures and Fixing Sentence Problems
177
Parallelism
177
	Parallelism with Coordinators--And, Or, But
178
	Parallelism with Correlative (Paired) Conjunctions
179
Sentence Problems
181
	Sentence Fragments
181
	Choppy Sentences
183
	Run-On Sentences and Comma Splices
186
	Stringy Sentences
188
	Review
189
	Editing Practice
191
Chapter 12	Noun Clauses
192
Punctuating Noun Clauses
193
That-Clauses
193
	Sentences Beginning with It
194
	Special Verb Tenses in That-Clauses
196
If/Whether Clauses
199
Question Clauses
202
Review
204
Editing Practice
205
Writing Practice
206
Chapter 13	Adverb Clauses
208
Kinds of Adverb Clauses
208
Punctuation of Adverb Clauses
209
Time Clauses
209
Place Clauses
211
Distance, Frequency, and Manner Clauses
212
Reason Clauses
214
Result Clauses
216
Purpose Clauses
218
Contrast Clauses
220
	Direct Opposition Clauses
220
	Concession (Unexpected Result) Clauses
221
Conditional Clauses
223
Review
225
Editing Practice
226
Writing Practice
227
Chapter 14	Adjective Clauses
228
Relative Pronouns and Adverbs
229
Position of Adjective Clauses
229
Verb Agreement in Adjective Clauses
229
Punctuation of Adjective Clauses
229
Kinds of Adjective Clauses
232
	Relative Pronouns as Subjects
232
	Relative Pronouns as Objects
234
	Possessive Adjective Clauses
236
	Relative Pronouns as Objects of Prepositions
238
	Relative Pronouns in Phrases of Quantity and Quality
241
	Adjective Clauses of Time and Place
242
Review
245
Editing Practice
246
Writing Practice
247
Chapter 15	Participial Phrases 
248
Participles
248
Participial Phrases
249
Reduced Adjective Clauses
250
Position and Punctuation of Participial Phrases
250
	General Form -ing Participial Phrases
251
	General Form -ed Participial Phrases
252
	Perfect Form Participial Phrases
253
Participial Phrases and Writing Style
255
Reduced Adverb Clauses
256
Review
259
Editing Practice
261
Writing Practice
261
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APPENDICES
A	The Process of Academic Writing
The Writing Process, Step 1: Creating (Prewriting)
The Writing Process, Step 2: Planning (Outlining)
The Writing Process, Step 3: Writing
The Writing Process, Step 4: Polishing
Editing Practice
B	Punctuation Rules
Commas
Semicolons
Colons
Quotation Marks
Editing Practice
C	Charts of Connecting Words and Transition Signals
Coordinating Words
Coordinating Conjunctions
Paired (Correlative) Conjunctions
Subordinating Words
Subordinating Conjunctions for Adverb Clauses
Subordinating Words for Adjective Clauses
Subordinating Words for Noun Clauses
Conjunctive Adverbs
Transition Signals
D	Editing Symbols 
E	Research and Documentation of Sources
Types of Sources
Evaluating Sources
Documentation of Sources
In-text Citations
Works-cited Lists
F	Self-Editing and Peer-Editing Worksheets
Index	

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English language -- Rhetoric -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
English language -- Grammar -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
English language -- Textbooks for foreign speakers.
Academic writing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Report writing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.