New to this Edition Chapter activities expanded to include prompts to help students link reading selections and contemporary issues and collaborative activities.
Finally, the manual offers a list connecting chapter themes to films. Reading To Explore and Examine. Chapters present literature pieces centered on four enduring themes: NEW-Chapter activities expanded to include prompts to help students link reading selections and contemporary issues and collaborative activities.
Invite students to apply the argument terms and tools from Chapters 1 and 2.
It introduces and explains the tools of argument, and presents students with reading selections centered on four enduring themes-Individuality and Community, Nature and Place, Family and Identity, and Power and Responsibility. Based on the premise that literature liberates thinking, and argument disciplines it.
Provides a structure for written exploration and articulation, culminating in students creating their own arguments. Chapters 1 and 2 introduce and explain the terms and tools of argument using extended assignment sequences, including student samples Chapter 1 and Chapter 2.
Added student sample essays ex. Presents a reading and writing assignment model. This anthology features a critical thinking, analytical approach that students in turn will apply to their own thought and writing processes.
Leads students through how to write arguments NEW-Following the activities for Chapters Three through Six, thematic connections among readings are pointed out.
Chapter activities at the end of Chapters Three, Four, Five, and Six Prompt students to move beyond their exploratory readings: How do you teach students to write compelling and thoughtful arguments? Features Is the study of argument integral to your course?
The result is a book that provides students with a range of reading experiences-fiction, non-fiction, poetry, drama-that will immerse them in critical and creative thinking as they address problems and issues from multiple perspectives. This book prompts students to see language as a way to create meaning in their lives and to see themselves as writers with a purpose and an audience.Reading Literature & Writing Argument 3rd Edition by Missy James available in Trade Paperback on ultimedescente.com, also read synopsis and reviews.
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