LaunchPad Solo for Hacker Handbooks (Twelve-Month Access)
First Edition   ©2017

LaunchPad Solo for Hacker Handbooks (Twelve-Month Access)

Diana Hacker (late of Prince George's Community College) , Nancy Sommers (Harvard University)  

  • ISBN-10: 1-319-07792-7; ISBN-13: 978-1-319-07792-1; Format: LaunchPad Solo

Welcome to LaunchPad Solo for Hacker Handbooks
        Welcome to LaunchPad Solo for Hacker Handbooks
        Getting the most out of LaunchPad Solo
        Using Bedford's video tools
        Guide to additional resources
Composing: Exploring, planning, and drafting
    Exercises
        Exercise: Purpose and audience (autoscored)
        Exercise: Thesis statements 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Thesis statements 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Introductions (autoscored)
    Writing practice
        Exploring a subject
        Revising your thesis
        Drafting and revising your introduction
        Revising your conclusion
        Managing your files
Composing: Revising, editing, and reflecting
    Exercises
        Exercise: Conducting a peer review (autoscored)
        Exercise: Choosing an appropriate point of view (autoscored)
 Writing practice
        Using reviewers' comments
        Being a peer reviewer
        Proofreading your work for grammar, punctuation, and spelling
        Proofreading your work for correct citations
        Learning about revision from other writers
    Sample student writing
        Literacy narrative, draft with peer comments (MLA): Nguyen, Rough Draft
        Literacy narrative (MLA): Nguyen, "A Place to Begin"
        Reflective letter for a portfolio: Bonilla
Composing: Building effective paragraphs
     Exercises
        Exercise: Topic sentences 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Topic sentences 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Transitions (autoscored)
    Writing practice
        Using transitions
        Focusing on topic sentences
        Revising paragraphs
    LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Patterns of organization
        LearningCurve: Topics and main ideas
        LearningCurve: Topic sentences and supporting details
Academic writing: Reading and writing critically
    Writing practice
        Reading written texts actively
        Drafting and revising an analytical thesis for a written text
        Summarizing a written text
        Analyzing a written text
        Developing an analysis of a written text
        Balancing summary with analysis
    Sample student writing
        Analysis of an article (MLA): Sanchez, "Rethinking Big-Box Stores"
    LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Critical reading
Academic writing: Reading and writing about multimodal texts
    Writing practice
        Reading multimodal texts actively
        Analyzing a multimodal text 
        Drafting and revising an analytical thesis for a multimodal text
        Learning about analytical writing from other writers
    Sample student writing
        Analysis of an advertisement (MLA): Yoshida, "Sometimes a Cup of Coffee Is Just a Cup of Coffee"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Sample Web site: D'Amato, "Loose Leaf Teas" 
        Sample video essay: Williamson, "To the Children of America"
Academic writing: Reading and writing arguments
     Exercise
        Exercise: Evaluating arguments (autoscored)
 Writing practice
        Evaluating ads for logic and fairness 
        Identifying appeals
        Evaluating an argument
        Joining a conversation
        Appealing to your readers
        Drafting your central claim and supporting claims
        Anticipating and countering objections
 Sample student writing
        Argument paper (MLA): Jacobs, "From Lecture to Conversation: Redefining What's 'Fit to Print'"
    LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Argument: Arguable claims
        LearningCurve: Argument: Persuasive appeals
        Learning Curve: Argument: Reasoning and logical fallacies
        LearningCurve: Argument: Topic, purpose, and audience
 
Academic writing: Reading and writing about literature
    Exercise
        Exercise: Thesis statements in literature papers (autoscored)
    Writing practice
        Asking questions about literature
 Sample student writing
        Literary analysis (MLA): Dan Larson, “The Transformation of Mrs. Peters: An Analysis of 'A Jury of Her Peers'”
       Literary analysis (MLA): Margaret Peel, "Opposing Voices in 'Ballad of the Landlord'"
 
Academic writing: Speaking confidently
    Writing practice
       Preparing a presentation
       Focusing on your delivery
       Learning from another speaker (persuasive speech)
       Learning from another speaker (informative speech)
Clarity/style: Active verbs
    Exercises
       Exercise: Identifying active and passive voice (autoscored)
       Exercise: Using active voice (autoscored)
       Exercise: Active vs. passive voice (autoscored)
       Exercise: Active vs. be verbs (autoscored)
       Exercise: Using active verbs
    LearningCurve
       LearningCurve: Active and passive voice
Clarity/style: Parallelism
    Exercises
       Exercise: Identifying parallel structure (autoscored)
       Exercise: Parallelism 1 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Parallelism 2 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Parallelism 3 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Correcting faulty parallelism
    LearningCurve
       LearningCurve: Parallelism
Clarity/style: Needed words
    Exercises
       Exercise: Needed words 1 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Needed words 2 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Needed words 3 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Needed words 4
Clarity/style: Mixed constructions
    Exercises
       Exercise: Mixed constructions 1 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Mixed constructions 2 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Mixed constructions 3 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Mixed constructions 4
Clarity/style: Misplaced and dangling modifiers
 Exercises
     Exercise: Awkward and misplaced modifiers (autoscored)
       Exercise: Misplaced modifiers 1 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Misplaced modifiers 2 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Misplaced modifiers 3
       Exercise: Dangling modifiers 1 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Dangling modifiers 2 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Dangling modifiers 3 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Dangling modifiers 4
    LearningCurve
       LearningCurve: Modifiers
Clarity/style: Shifts
 Exercises
       Exercise: Shifts: person and number (autoscored)
       Exercise: Shifts: tense (autoscored)
       Exercise: Shifts: mood and voice, questions and quotations 1 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Shifts: mood and voice, questions and quotations 2 (autoscored)
       Exercise: All shifts 1 (autoscored)
       Exercise: All shifts 2 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Editing for shifts
    LearningCurve
       LearningCurve: Shifts
Clarity/style: Sentence emphasis
    Exercises
       Exercise: Identifying coordination (autoscored)
       Exercise: Identifying subordination (autoscored)
       Exercise: Identifying sentence emphasis 1 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Identifying sentence emphasis 2 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Combining choppy sentences (autoscored)
       Exercise: Using coordination and subordination 1 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Using coordination and subordination 2
       Exercise: Using coordination and subordination 3
     LearningCurve
       LearningCurve: Coordination and subordination
Clarity/style: Sentence variety
     Exercises
       Exercise: Sentence variety 1 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Sentence variety 2
Word choice: Wordy sentences
      Exercises
       Exercise: Wordy sentences 1 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Wordy sentences 2 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Wordy sentences 3 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Wordy sentences 4
       Exercise: Wordy sentences 5
 
Word choice: Appropriate language
      Exercises
        Exercise: Jargon, pretentious language, euphemisms, doublespeak 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Jargon, pretentious language, euphemisms, doublespeak 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Sexist language 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Sexist language 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Sexist language 3 (autoscored)
     LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Word choice and appropriate language
Word choice: Exact words
     Exercises
        Exercise: Misused words 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Misused words 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Standard idioms 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Standard idioms 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Clichés and figures of speech 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Clichés and figures of speech 2 (autoscored)
     LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Word choice and appropriate language
Grammar: Sentence fragments
     Exercises
        Exercise: Sentence fragments 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Sentence fragments 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Sentence fragments 3 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Sentence fragments 4
        Exercise: Sentence fragments 5
        Exercise: Sentence fragments 6
      LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Sentence fragments
Grammar: Run-on sentences
 Exercises
        Exercise: Run-on sentences 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Run-on sentences 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Run-on sentences 3 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Run-on sentences 4 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Run-on sentences 5
        Exercise: Run-on sentences 6
     LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Run-on sentences
 
Grammar: Subject-verb agreement
     Exercises
        Exercise: Subject-verb agreement 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Subject-verb agreement 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Subject-verb agreement 3 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Subject-verb agreement 4 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Subject-verb agreement 5
     LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Subject-verb agreement
Grammar: Pronoun-antecedent agreement
    Exercises
        Exercise: Pronoun-antecedent agreement 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Pronoun-antecedent agreement 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Pronoun-antecedent agreement 3 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Pronoun-antecedent agreement 4
        Exercise: Pronoun-antecedent agreement 5
    LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Pronoun agreement and pronoun reference
Grammar: Pronoun reference
    Exercises
        Exercise: Pronoun reference 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Pronoun reference 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Pronoun reference 3 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Pronoun reference 4
    LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Pronoun agreement and pronoun reference
Grammar: Pronoun case
    Exercises
        Exercise: Pronoun case (such as I vs. me) 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Pronoun case (such as I vs. me) 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Pronoun case (such as I vs. me) 3 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Pronoun case (who and whom) 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Pronoun case (who and whom) 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Pronoun case: review 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Pronoun case: review 2 (autoscored)
Grammar: Adjectives and adverbs
    Exercises
        Exercise: Adjectives and adverbs 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Adjectives and adverbs 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Adjectives and adverbs 3 (autoscored)
    LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Verbs, adjectives, and adverbs
Grammar: Standard English verb forms
    Exercises
        Exercise: Irregular verbs 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Irregular verbs 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Irregular verbs 3 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Standard English verb forms 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Standard English verb forms 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Standard English verb forms 3 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Verb tense and mood 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Verb tense and mood 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Verb tense and mood 3 (autoscored)
   LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Verbs
Multilingual: Verbs
   Exercises
        Exercise: Verb forms and tenses 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Verb forms and tenses 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Verb forms with modals 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Verb forms with modals 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Verbs in negative and conditional sentences (autoscored)
        Exercise: Verbs in conditional sentences (autoscored)
        Exercise: Verbs followed by gerunds or infinitives 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Verbs followed by gerunds or infinitives 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Using verbs: review (autoscored)
    LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Verbs for multilingual writers
Multilingual: Articles
 Exercises
        Exercise: Using articles 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Using articles 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Using articles 3 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Articles and types of nouns (autoscored)
    LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Articles and nouns for multilingual writers
Multilingual: Sentence structure
    Exercises
        Exercise: Omissions and repetitions 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Omissions and repetitions 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Sentence structure 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Sentence structure 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Present vs. past participles 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Present vs. past participles 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Using cumulative adjectives 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Using cumulative adjectives 2 (autoscored)
    LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Sentence structure for multilingual writers
 Multilingual: Prepositions and idiomatic expressions
 Exercises
        Exercise: Prepositions showing time and place 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Prepositions showing time and place 2 (autoscored)
 LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Prepositions for multilingual writers
Punctuation: The comma
 Exercises
        Exercise: Commas with independent clauses and introductory elements 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Commas with independent clauses and introductory elements 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Commas with series and coordinate adjectives 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Commas with series and coordinate adjectives 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Commas with nonrestrictive elements (autoscored)
        Exercise: Major uses of the comma 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Major uses of the comma 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Major uses of the comma 3 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Major uses of the comma 4 (autoscored)
        Exercise: All uses of the comma (autoscored)
    LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Commas
Punctuation: Unnecessary commas
 Exercises
        Exercise: Unnecessary commas (autoscored)
        Exercise: Misuses of the comma 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Misuses of the comma 2 (autoscored)
Punctuation: The semicolon and the colon
     Exercises
        Exercise: The semicolon and the comma 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: The semicolon and the comma 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: The semicolon and the comma 3 (autoscored)
        Exercise: The semicolon and the comma 4 (autoscored)
        Exercise: The colon, the semicolon, and the comma 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: The colon, the semicolon, and the comma 2 (autoscored)
 LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Semicolons and colons
Punctuation: The apostrophe
 Exercises
        Exercise: The apostrophe 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: The apostrophe 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: The apostrophe 3 (autoscored)
        Exercise: The apostrophe 4
    LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Apostrophes
Punctuation: Quotation marks
 Exercises
        Exercise: Quotation marks 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Quotation marks 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Quotation marks 3 (autoscored)
     LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Quotation marks and italics
Punctuation: Other punctuation marks
 Exercises
        Exercise: End punctuation (autoscored)
        Exercise: Other punctuation marks 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Other punctuation marks 2 (autoscored)
Mechanics: Abbreviations and numbers
 Exercises
        Exercise: Abbreviations 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Abbreviations 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Numbers 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Numbers 2 (autoscored)
Mechanics: Italics
 Exercises
        Exercise: Italics 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Italics 2 (autoscored)
 LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Quotation marks and italics
Mechanics: Spelling and hyphenation
 Exercises
        Exercise: Spelling (autoscored)
        Exercise: The hyphen 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: The hyphen 2 (autoscored)
Mechanics: Capitalization
 Exercises
        Exercise: Capitalization 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Capitalization 2 (autoscored)
     LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Capitalization
Basics: Nouns and pronouns
 Exercises
        Exercise: Identifying nouns (autoscored)
        Exercise: Parts of speech: nouns 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Parts of speech: nouns 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Identifying pronouns (autoscored)
        Exercise: Parts of speech: pronouns 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Parts of speech: pronouns 2 (autoscored)
      LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Nouns and pronouns
Basics: Verbs
 Exercises
        Exercise: Identifying verbs (autoscored)
        Exercise: Parts of speech: verbs 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Parts of speech: verbs 2 (autoscored)
     LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Verbs, adjectives, and adverbs
 Basics: Adjectives and adverbs
 Exercises
        Exercise: Identifying adjectives and adverbs (autoscored)
        Exercise: Parts of speech: adjectives 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Parts of speech: adjectives 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Parts of speech: adverbs 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Parts of speech: adverbs 2 (autoscored)
    LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Verbs, adjectives, and adverbs
 Basics: Prepositions and conjunctions
 Exercises
        Exercise: Parts of speech: prepositions (autoscored)
        Exercise: Parts of speech: identifying prepositions
        Exercise: Parts of speech: coordinating and subordinating conjunctions (autoscored)
        Exercise: Parts of speech: identifying conjunctions (autoscored)
    LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Prepositions and conjunctions
Basics: All parts of speech
 Exercises
       Exercise: All parts of speech 1 (autoscored)
       Exercise: All parts of speech 2 (autoscored)
Basics: Sentence patterns
 Exercises
       Exercise: Identifying complete subjects (autoscored)
       Exercise: Subjects 1 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Subjects 2 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Subject complements and direct objects 1 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Subject complements and direct objects 2 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Indirect objects and object complements 1 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Indirect objects and object complements 2 (autoscored)
       Exercise: All objects and complements (autoscored)
       Exercise: Linking, transitive, and intransitive verbs (autoscored)
Basics: Subordinate words groups: Phrases
 Exercises
       Exercise: Prepositional phrases 1 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Prepositional phrases 2
       Exercise: Prepositional phrases 3 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Objects of prepositions (autoscored)
       Exercise: Verbal phrases 1 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Verbal phrases 2 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Verbal phrases 3 (autoscored)
Basics: Subordinate words groups: Clauses
 Exercises
       Exercise: Subordinate clauses 1 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Subordinate clauses 2 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Subordinate clauses 3 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Subjects of subordinate clauses
       Exercise: Phrases and clauses (autoscored)
Basics: Sentence types
 Exercises
       Exercise: Sentence types 1 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Sentence types 2 (autoscored)
Research
    Exercise
       Exercise: Research questions (autoscored)
    Writing practice
       Mapping out a search strategy
       Managing the research project
       Posing research questions worth exploring
       Planning with sources
       Evaluating sources you find on the Web
       Writing a research proposal
MLA: Supporting a t hesis
 Exercises
       Exercise: Thesis statements (MLA) 1 (autoscored)
       Exercise: Thesis statements (MLA) 2 (autoscored)
       Writing practice
       Writing a working thesis for a research paper
MLA: Citing sources; avoiding plagiarism
 Exercises
        Exercise: Avoiding plagiarism (MLA) 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Avoiding plagiarism (MLA) 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Avoiding plagiarism (MLA) 3 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Avoiding plagiarism (MLA) 4 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Avoiding plagiarism (MLA) 5 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Paraphrasing (MLA)
        Exercise: Recognizing common knowledge (MLA) (autoscored)
MLA: Integrating sources
 Exercises
        Exercise: Integrating sources (MLA) 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Integrating sources (MLA) 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Integrating sources (MLA) 3 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Integrating sources (MLA) 4 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Integrating sources (MLA) 5 (autoscored)
     LearningCurve
        LearningCurve: Working with sources (MLA)
MLA: Documenting sources: In-text citations
 Exercises
        Exercise: In-text citations (MLA) 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: In-text citations (MLA) 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: In-text citations (MLA) 3 (autoscored)
MLA: Documenting sources: Works cited list
    Exercises
        Exercise: Identifying elements of sources (MLA) (autoscored)
        Exercise: Works cited list (MLA) 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Works cited list (MLA) 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Works cited list (MLA) 3 (autoscored)
        Exercise: MLA documentation (autoscored)
 Sample student writing
        Research paper (MLA): Harba, “What’s for Dinner? Personal Choices vs. Public Health”
APA: Supporting a thesis
 Exercises
        Exercise: Thesis statements (APA) 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Thesis statements (APA) 2 (autoscored)
APA: Citing sources; avoiding plagiarism
 Exercises
        Exercise: Avoiding plagiarism (APA) 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Avoiding plagiarism (APA) 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Avoiding plagiarism (APA) 3 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Avoiding plagiarism (APA) 4 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Avoiding plagiarism (APA) 5 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Avoiding plagiarism (APA) 6 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Paraphrasing (APA)
        Exercise: Recognizing common knowledge (APA) (autoscored)
APA: Integrating sources
 Exercises
        Exercise: Integrating sources (APA) 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Integrating sources (APA) 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Integrating sources (APA) 3 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Integrating sources (APA) 4 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Integrating sources (APA) 5 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Integrating sources (APA) 6 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Integrating sources (APA) 7 (autoscored)
 LearningCurve
  LearningCurve: Working with sources (APA)
APA: Documenting sources: In-text citations
 Exercises
        Exercise: In-text citations (APA) 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: In-text citations (APA) 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: In-text citations (APA) 3 (autoscored)
        Exercise: In-text citations (APA) 4 (autoscored)
        Exercise: In-text citations (APA) 5 (autoscored)
        Exercise: In-text citations (APA) 6 (autoscored)
APA: Documenting sources: Reference list
 Exercises
        Exercise: Identifying elements of sources (APA) (autoscored)
        Exercise: Reference list (APA) 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Reference list (APA) 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Reference list (APA) 3 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Reference list (APA) 4 (autoscored)
        Exercise: APA documentation (autoscored)
 Sample student writing
        Review of the literature (APA; psychology): Mirano, “Can Medication Cure Obesity in Children?”
Chicago: Supporting a thesis
 Exercises
        Exercise: Thesis statements (Chicago) 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Thesis statements (Chicago) 2 (autoscored)
Chicago: Citing sources; avoiding plagiarism
 Exercises
        Exercise: Avoiding plagiarism (Chicago) 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Avoiding plagiarism (Chicago) 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Avoiding plagiarism (Chicago) 3 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Avoiding plagiarism (Chicago) 4 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Avoiding plagiarism (Chicago) 5 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Avoiding plagiarism (Chicago) 6 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Recognizing common knowledge (Chicago) (autoscored)
 Chicago: Integrating sources
 Exercises
        Exercise: Integrating sources (Chicago) 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Integrating sources (Chicago) 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Integrating sources (Chicago) 3 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Integrating sources (Chicago) 4 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Integrating sources (Chicago) 5 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Integrating sources (Chicago) 6 (autoscored)
Chicago: Documenting sources: Notes
 Exercises
        Exercise: Notes (Chicago) 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Notes (Chicago) 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Notes (Chicago) 3 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Notes (Chicago) 4 (autoscored)
Chicago: Documenting sources: Bibliography
 Exercises
        Exercise: Identifying elements of sources (Chicago) (autoscored)
        Exercise: Bibliography (Chicago) 1 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Bibliography (Chicago) 2 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Bibliography (Chicago) 3 (autoscored)
        Exercise: Chicago documentation (autoscored)
 Sample student writing
        Research paper (Chicago; history): Bishop, “The Massacre at Fort Pillow: Nathan Bedford Forrest”
Writing in the disciplines
     Writing practice
        Examining the writing in a particular field
        Examining a writing assignment from one of your courses