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The Table of Contents comes from the Structured Writing Student Manual.


SECTION 1: Writing Basics

bulletLesson I: Basic Paragraph
bulletLesson II: Pre-writing

SECTION 2: Sequence Order

bulletLesson III: Ordering Paragraphs with Sequence Order
bulletLesson IV: Titling Papers
bulletLesson V: Sequence Order - Time Sequence and Narrative Writing
bulletLesson VI: Readability and Sentence Variety - A Beginning
bulletLesson VII: Sequence Order - Process Sequence and How-to Paragraphs

SECTION 3: Parts-Order

bulletLesson VIII: Parts-ordered Paragraphs and Secondary Support
bulletLesson IX: Purpose, Audience, Tone, and Style
bulletLesson X: Persuasive Writing
bulletLesson XI: Two-sentence Topic Sentences
bulletLesson XII: Creative Writing Tools for Extraordinary Writing
bulletLesson XIII: Parallelism
bulletLesson XIV: Descriptions - Concrete Using Space Parts-Order
bulletLesson XV: Descriptions - Abstract Using Parts-Order
bulletLesson XVI: Definitions - Short Definitions
bulletLesson XVII: Using Parts-order for Literature Analysis
bulletLesson XVIII: Narrowing the Topic
bulletLesson XIX: Comparative Writing - Alternating Positive/Negative Formula
bulletLesson XX: Comparative Writing - Position/Counter Position Formula

Section 4: Applications

bulletLesson XXI: Writing a Character Sketch (A)
bulletLesson XXII: Writing a Character Sketch (B)
bulletLesson XXIII: Writing a Summary
bulletLesson XXIV: Writing a Book Report

Section 5: Long Papers

bulletLesson XXV: Long Papers
bulletLesson XXVI: Writing a Five-paragraph Paper: Introductory Paragraph
bulletLesson XXVII: Writing a Five-paragraph Paper: Support Paragraphs
bulletLesson XXVIII: Writing a Five-paragraph Paper: Transition Between Support Paragraphs
bulletLesson XXIX: Writing a Five-paragraph Paper: Concluding Paragraph
bulletLesson XXX: Classification and Division: Organizing by Groups
bulletLesson XXXI: Setting Up Writing Assignments on Your Own
bulletLesson XXXII: Definitions: Composite Definitions
bulletLesson XXXIII: Two-paragraph Introduction for a Long Paper
bulletLesson XXXIV: Narrative Essay
bulletLesson XXXV: Writing a Speech
bulletLesson XXXVI: The Research Paper: Structure and Order
bulletLesson XXXVII: The Research Paper: Getting Ready
bulletLesson XXXVIII: The Research Paper: Research Begins
bulletLesson XXXIX: The Research Paper: Preliminary Outline
bulletLesson XL: The Research Paper: Final Outline, Note Cards, and Writing the Paper

Section 6: Learning to Analyze

bulletLesson XLI: Writing Backwards

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