Table of contents for A community of writers : a workshop course in writing / Peter Elbow, Pat Belanoff.

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Part I: Ways of Writing
Workshop  1:  An Introduction to the Variety of Writing Processes
Workshop  2:  From Private to Public Writing
Workshop  3:  Collaborative Writing: Dialogue, Loop Writing, and the Collage
Workshop  4:  Getting Experience into Words: Image and Story 
Workshop  5:  Voice
Workshop  6:  Drafting and Revising
Workshop  7:  Revision Through Purpose and Audience: Writing as Doing Things to People
Workshop  8:  Writing in the World: An Interview about Writing
Part II: Kinds of Writing
Workshop  9:  The Essay
Workshop 10:  Persuasion
Workshop 11:  Argument
Workshop 12:  Research
Workshop 13:  Interpretation as Response: Reading as the Creation of Meaning
Workshop 14:  Text Analysis Through Examining Figurative Language
Workshop 15:  Listening, Reading, and Writing in the Disciplines
Workshop 16:  Autobiography and Portfolio

Part I: More on Writing and Research
Mini-Workshop A:  Writing Skills Questionnaire
Mini-Workshop B:  Double-Entry or Dialectical Notebooks 
Mini-Workshop C:  The Difference between Grammatical Correctness and a Formal, Impersonal Voice
Mini-Workshop D:  Midterm and End-Term Responses to a Writing Course
Mini-Workshop E:  Writing under Pressure: Midterms, Finals, and Other In-Class Writing
Mini-Workshop F:  Doing Research on the Web
Part II: Editing
Mini-Workshop G:  The Sentence and End-Stop Punctuation
Mini-Workshop H:  Commas
Mini-Workshop I:  Apostrophes
Mini-Workshop J:  Quotation and the Punctuation of Reported Speech
Mini-Workshop K:  Spelling  
Mini-Workshop L:  Copyediting and Proofreading

Summary of Kinds of Responses
Procedures for Giving and Receiving Responses
Full Explanations of Kinds of Responses -- with Samples
Final Word: Taking Charge of the Feedback Process by Choosing Among these Techniques

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Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: English language Rhetoric, College readers, Report writing