Write compelling arguments—essential for learning and communicating with others in school and beyond
Gives writing a real audience, purpose, and context by teaching authentic styles, organizing structures, and persuasive moves.
Introduces thought processes, motivations, and strategies scholars use to answer questions, solve problems, and defend ideas.
Practical exercises focus on helping student writers answer the "So What?" question for themselves and their audience.
Students practice or investigate what they learn immediately via short exercises.
Clear guidance, examples, and practice explain how to construct compelling arguments, read and think critically, develop and revise drafts, collaborate, and make smart choices in style and arrangement.