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📝Readings for Writers Book Synopsis : This best-selling rhetorical reader teaches rhetorical principles and exemplifies them by using a comprehensive of essays.
📒Readings For Writers 2016 Mla Update ✍ Jo Ray McCuen-Metherell
📝Readings for Writers 2016 MLA Update Book Synopsis : READINGS FOR WRITERS is the preeminent rhetorical reader for the freshman composition course. This bestseller continues its tradition of providing comprehensive coverage of the writing and research process, while also offering a wide variety of appealing readings. With more than 70 selections from a broad range of topics and genres, this text offers something to spark excitement in any writer. This edition has been updated to reflect guidelines from the 2016 MLA HANDBOOK, Eighth Edition. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
📒American Dreams ✍ Paul Clee
📝American Dreams Book Synopsis : This text comprises contemporary and historical readings, mostly short essays, organized around nine themes relevant to various aspects of the American Dream. In addition to the 87 reading selections in Part II, this relatively compact reader offers five substantive chapters on reading and writing; each of these includes instruction, sample readings, and exercises. Substantial, unintrusive apparatus includes chapter introductions and suggested topics for writing, selection headnotes, vocabulary lists with definitions, and questions for discussion.
📒Coming From Home ✍ Marjorie Ford
📝Coming from Home Book Synopsis : COMING FROM HOME is an innovative reader arranged around the theme of families and the importance of community. Containing 71 selections--essays (including student essays), poems, stories, and memoirs--it provides a variety of ethnic, cultural, economic, sociological, psychological, and literary perspectives. Journal writing and intertextual questions (asking students to work with common threads within a number of works) characterize the extensive, integrated pedagogical support that contributes to making COMING FROM HOME the basis for an exciting and unusually effective focus for writing courses.
📒Readings For Writers ✍ Jo Ray McCuen-Metherell
📝Readings for Writers Book Synopsis : For over thirty years, READINGS FOR WRITERS has been the preeminent rhetorical reader for the freshman composition course. This best-seller continues its tradition of providing the most comprehensive coverage of writing, while also offering the greatest reading selections of any rhetorical reader on the market. With more than 100 selections from a broad range of topics and genres, this text offers something to spark excitement in any developing writer.
📒Readings For Writers With 2016 Mla Update Card ✍ Jo Ray McCuen-Metherell
📝Readings for Writers with 2016 MLA Update Card Book Synopsis : From helping you find your voice to guiding you on the latest MLA and APA documentation guidelines, READINGS FOR WRITERS is designed to help you become a more successful writer. Throughout the text, the authors offer helpful commentary, practical tips and suggestions, real student essays, and other writing tools that you can use for any assignment. But even more importantly, they present over 70 readings from a variety of genres and authors that will inspire and inform your writing as you learn what good writing is, and how to create it on your own. Each student text is packaged with a free Cengage Essential Reference Card to the MLA HANDBOOK, Eighth Edition.
📒Emerging ✍ Barclay Barrios
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📒The Reader S Journal ✍ Mark D. Rentz
📝The Reader s Journal Book Synopsis : Provides an interactive approach to reading and writing by combining extracts for reading with responses to those extracts. The book thus attempts to provide students with stylistic models and to develop critical reactions.
📒Peace And War ✍ Dennis Okerstrom
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📒The Essay Connection ✍ Lynn Z. Bloom
📝The Essay Connection Book Synopsis : THE ESSAY CONNECTION is a provocative, timely collection of rhetorically arranged essays by professional and student writers. It stimulates critical thinking on ethical, social, and political issues, enabling users to make connections and write with an informed viewpoint. Essays range from the personal to the scientific and cover a variety of modes--narration, process analysis, comparison and contrast, and persuasion--to prompt users' interest in different disciplines and genres. Professionally written essays (by scientists, economists, and journalists, among others), as well as, user essays inspire and motivate readers. Unlike excerpts found in other readers, most essays are printed in their entirety, thus serving as better models for user writing. Throughout the text, Bloom offers practical, clear advice on writing that complements the essays. Rich visuals, fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction provide a full set of models to bolster critical thinking, reading, and writing skills. The ninth edition offers more than 30 new essays to stimulate the readers' interest. An expanded argument casebook, as well as, new visuals, poems, and works of creative nonfiction and fiction build on the strengths of previous editions. New material on the Book Companion Website strengthens the readers' writing and reading comprehension skills.
📒Changes ✍ Jean Withrow
📝Changes Book Synopsis : Changes is an interactive, integrated skills text that will help students develop their writing skills by having them respond to thought-provoking texts on a wide variety of subjects. The Second Edition of this popular book offers a choice of sixty readings with an increased number of expository selections to help students develop academic English. The texts presented offer a variety of genres, voices, and moods and include both professional and student-written readings by writers of many different nationalities. Collaborative pair, group, and whole-class activities encourage students to interact with the text and their peers. In this way, students come to develop an understanding of how meanings change and develop as the text is approached from different points of view. Grounded in an understanding of the writing process and its development in ESL writers, Changes guides students through all of the stages of this process within an interactive, student-centered framework.
📒Multitude ✍ Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni
📝Multitude Book Synopsis : This text brings together a diverse spectrum of voices and issues that reflect our sociaety. The anthology is divided into 10 broad themes and provides a variety of perspectives on the ways people connect across boundaries of ethnicity, class, gender, age and geography. Providing extensive teaching appratus, this text includes: prereading questions geared to differnet learning styles; biographical headnotes to aid students' understanding of the writer's background; and a variety of analysis questions and writing assignments that make strong reading/writing connections and challenges students to think critically.
📒Perspectives ✍ Robert DiYanni
📝Perspectives Book Synopsis : "Perspectives: Readings for Writers is a contemporary, thematically arranged reader that contains outstanding selections and a unique, flexible pedagogy. Half the selections are by women, and over a third by minority writers who represent a wide range of styles and perspectives. A third of the professional essays are arguments, reflecting different styles and voices as well as varying levels of accessibility and complexity. Outstanding features include: Unique pedagogy that includes a practical approach to critical reading: questions divided into three meaningful parts - Experience, Interpretation, and Evaluation - that stimulate thoughtful responses based on previous knowledge and experience and move to more considered reflection on cultural and social contexts. The approach to writing reinforces and grows out of this approach to reading. Exploring, Interpreting, and Evaluating writing suggestions move from personal experience, to close analysis, and finally to reflective evaluation and a critical consciousness."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
📒The Literature Of Fact ✍ W. Ross Winterowd
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📒Custom Enc 1101 Readings For Writers Sfsc ✍ Jo Ray McCuen-Metherell
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📒Here And Now ✍ Gilbert H. Muller
📝Here and Now Book Synopsis : A collection of fifty five essays organized around such topics as reconstituted familes, generational differences, career options, ethnic and gender identity, political correctness, entertainment and other issues that serve to define campus life. Aimed at undergraduate students on English courses.
📒The Critical Eye ✍ Sally T. Taylor
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📒Heritage ✍ Joyce M. Jarrett
📝Heritage Book Synopsis : Unique in its perspective and range, this anthology uses diverse essays, short stories, poems and plays by and about African Americans to stimulate critical reading, thinking, discussion, and writing. It first provides a comprehensive process-oriented writing guide, and then offers a diverse collection of readings that provide models and reflect the rich heritage of African American culture. Over 100 essays, short stories, poems, and plays by and/or about African Americans feature works by Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, Toni Morrison, Henry Louis Gates, Jr., and Arthur Ashe—as well as lesser known but equally talented writers. An exploration of eighteen themes throughout the book includes slavery, African American women, male-female relationships, politics, freedom/equality, arts and media, education, folklore, and interracial relationships among others. For anyone interested in writings by and about African Americans—and interested in writing their own interpretation of what they read.