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Essays on Writing - Bryant, Lizbeth A. Clark, Heather M.
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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: LONGMAN], emEssays on Writing /emexplores social and cultural facets of writing as well as practices of writing in a brief, flexible, and inexpensive reader. Designed for instructors who want to keep the discourse in the writing classroom on writing as well as students who want to connect the writing they do in their composition course to literacy outside of the academic environment, emEssays on Writing /emfocuses on such issues as our attitudes toward writing, the impact of technology on writing, and the impact of writing outside academia in business and civic contexts. Readings by canonical authors such as bell hooks, Donald Murray, Williams Zissner, and Anne Lamott are balanced by contemporary works on the topics of instant messaging, online paper mills, peer tutoring, and some of the consequences of spectacularly poor writing in legal and business settings. Focused apparatus encourages students to think critically about their attitudes toward writing as they analyze pieces rhetorically and synthesis ideas in their own writing. Product Description Essays on Writing explores social and cultural facets of writing as well as practices of writing in a brief inexpensive reader. Features + Benefits Chapter Introductions preview the issues and present the conversations reflected in the following chapter while framing how each reading contributes to the dialogue in order to help students recognize thematic and rhetorical connections among readings. Prereading Questions that close each Chapter Introduction focus the readers' attention on the issues in the chapter and can be used as writing activities in which students explore their prior knowledge, generate questions they want answered, and predict what the readings will say. Head notes for each reading help students discern the author's angle of vision and purpose for writing by presenting the background of the writer and the rhetorical situation influencing the reading. Thinking and Writing Questions follow each reading and help students asses their comprehension, analyze rhetorical strategies, bring the reading into conversation with another, and analyze each piece so that students fully engage the reading, discuss with their peers, and develop ideas through their own writing. End-of-Chapter Writing Opportunities ask students to synthesize readings' ideas, prewrite, and produce formal writing that includes literacy narratives, analyses, and a researched writing. Preface for the Student Preface for the Instructor Acknowledgements 1. span class="underlined"Attitudes/span Introduction emRoy Peter Clark/em, I Won't Use Writing as Punishment. I Won't. . . . emDick Harrington/em, Writing about General Apache emJohn Holt,/em Making Children Hate Reading emMelissa Duffy/em, Inspiration embell hooks,/em writing autobiography emCraig Vetter/em, Bonehead Writing emStanley Aronowitz/em, Writing Is Not a Skill End-of-Chapter Thinking and Writing 2. span class="underlined"Practice/span Introduction emSandra Boynton/em,Five Paragraph Theme emGayle Brandeis/em, Dyr Mom: Wy R You So Laveable? emSusan Wyche,/em Time, Tools, and Talismans emWilliam Stafford,/em A Way of Writing emAnne Lamott,/em Shitty First Drafts emDonald Murray/em, Internal Revision emWilliam Zinsser/em, Simplicity End-of-Chapter Thinking and Writing 3. span class="underlined"Voice/span Introduction emLizbeth A. Bryant/em, Disruptive 'Sexual' Voices in English 101 emLinda Christensen,/em Teaching Standard English: Whose Standard? emNora McCarthy/em, Flipping the Script: Exploring the Relationship between Form and Content in Teen Writing emRebecca Moore Howard/em, A Plagiarism Pentimento emKeith D. Miller,/em Redefining Plagiarism: Martin Luther King's Use of an Oral Tradition End-of-Chapter Thinking and Writing 4 span class="underlined"Technology and Integrity/span Introduction emWendy Leibowitz/em, Technology Transforms Writing and the Teaching of Writing emHeather Hunter/em, Traveling the Too-Much-Information Highway emSeth Stevenson,/em Adventures in Cheating emNicole Kristal, /emTutoring' Rich Kids Cost Me My Dreams emMaureen Hourigan,/em Of Plagiarism, Paper Mills and the Harried, Hurried Student End-of-Chapter Thinking and Writing 5. span class="underlined"Impact/span Introduction emAdam Liptak,/em Judge Finds a Typo-Prone Lawyer Guilty of Bad Writing emSam Dillon,/em What Corporate America Can't Build: A Sentence emC.W. Griffin,/em Three Mile Island and the Billion Dollar Memo emKaren Cangialosi/em, Healing Through the Written Word emCarol Avery, /emLaura's Legacy emMargaret Atwood/em, Spelling emMary Pipher,/em 'Writing to Connect End-of-Chapter Thinking and Writing Credits Essays on Writing explores social and cultural facets of writing as well as practices of writing in a brief inexpensive reader. Versandfertig in 2-4 Wochen, DE, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, offene Rechnung (Vorkasse vorbehalten)

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: LONGMAN], emEssays on Writing /emexplores social and cultural facets of writing as well as practices of writing in a brief, flexible, and inexpensive reader. Designed for instructors who want to keep the discourse in the writing classroom on writing as well as students who want to connect the writing they do in their composition course to literacy outside of the academic environment, emEssays on Writing /emfocuses on such issues as our attitudes toward writing, the impact of technology on writing, and the impact of writing outside academia in business and civic contexts. Readings by canonical authors such as bell hooks, Donald Murray, Williams Zissner, and Anne Lamott are balanced by contemporary works on the topics of instant messaging, online paper mills, peer tutoring, and some of the consequences of spectacularly poor writing in legal and business settings. Focused apparatus encourages students to think critically about their attitudes toward writing as they analyze pieces rhetorically and synthesis ideas in their own writing. Product Description Essays on Writing explores social and cultural facets of writing as well as practices of writing in a brief inexpensive reader. Features + Benefits Chapter Introductions preview the issues and present the conversations reflected in the following chapter while framing how each reading contributes to the dialogue in order to help students recognize thematic and rhetorical connections among readings. Prereading Questions that close each Chapter Introduction focus the readers' attention on the issues in the chapter and can be used as writing activities in which students explore their prior knowledge, generate questions they want answered, and predict what the readings will say. Head notes for each reading help students discern the author's angle of vision and purpose for writing by presenting the background of the writer and the rhetorical situation influencing the reading. Thinking and Writing Questions follow each reading and help students asses their comprehension, analyze rhetorical strategies, bring the reading into conversation with another, and analyze each piece so that students fully engage the reading, discuss with their peers, and develop ideas through their own writing. End-of-Chapter Writing Opportunities ask students to synthesize readings' ideas, prewrite, and produce formal writing that includes literacy narratives, analyses, and a researched writing. Preface for the Student Preface for the Instructor Acknowledgements 1. span class="underlined"Attitudes/span Introduction emRoy Peter Clark/em, I Won't Use Writing as Punishment. I Won't. . . . emDick Harrington/em, Writing about General Apache emJohn Holt,/em Making Children Hate Reading emMelissa Duffy/em, Inspiration embell hooks,/em writing autobiography emCraig Vetter/em, Bonehead Writing emStanley Aronowitz/em, Writing Is Not a Skill End-of-Chapter Thinking and Writing 2. span class="underlined"Practice/span Introduction emSandra Boynton/em,Five Paragraph Theme emGayle Brandeis/em, Dyr Mom: Wy R You So Laveable? emSusan Wyche,/em Time, Tools, and Talismans emWilliam Stafford,/em A Way of Writing emAnne Lamott,/em Shitty First Drafts emDonald Murray/em, Internal Revision emWilliam Zinsser/em, Simplicity End-of-Chapter Thinking and Writing 3. span class="underlined"Voice/span Introduction emLizbeth A. Bryant/em, Disruptive 'Sexual' Voices in English 101 emLinda Christensen,/em Teaching Standard English: Whose Standard? emNora McCarthy/em, Flipping the Script: Exploring the Relationship between Form and Content in Teen Writing emRebecca Moore Howard/em, A Plagiarism Pentimento emKeith D. Miller,/em Redefining Plagiarism: Martin Luther King's Use of an Oral Tradition End-of-Chapter Thinking and Writing 4 span class="underlined"Technology and Integrity/span Introduction emWendy Leibowitz/em, Technology Transforms Writing and the Teaching of Writing emHeather Hunter/em, Traveling the Too-Much-Information Highway emSeth Stevenson,/em Adventures in Cheating emNicole Kristal, /emTutoring' Rich Kids Cost Me My Dreams emMaureen Hourigan,/em Of Plagiarism, Paper Mills and the Harried, Hurried Student End-of-Chapter Thinking and Writing 5. span class="underlined"Impact/span Introduction emAdam Liptak,/em Judge Finds a Typo-Prone Lawyer Guilty of Bad Writing emSam Dillon,/em What Corporate America Can't Build: A Sentence emC.W. Griffin,/em Three Mile Island and the Billion Dollar Memo emKaren Cangialosi/em, Healing Through the Written Word emCarol Avery, /emLaura's Legacy emMargaret Atwood/em, Spelling emMary Pipher,/em 'Writing to Connect End-of-Chapter Thinking and Writing Credits Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: LONGMAN], emEssays on Writing /emexplores social and cultural facets of writing as well as practices of writing in a brief, flexible, and inexpensive reader. Designed for instructors who want to keep the discourse in the writing classroom on writing as well as students who want to connect the writing they do in their composition course to literacy outside of the academic environment, emEssays on Writing /emfocuses on such issues as our attitudes toward writing, the impact of technology on writing, and the impact of writing outside academia in business and civic contexts. Readings by canonical authors such as bell hooks, Donald Murray, Williams Zissner, and Anne Lamott are balanced by contemporary works on the topics of instant messaging, online paper mills, peer tutoring, and some of the consequences of spectacularly poor writing in legal and business settings. Focused apparatus encourages students to think critically about their attitudes toward writing as they analyze pieces rhetorically and synthesis ideas in their own writing. Product Description Essays on Writing explores social and cultural facets of writing as well as practices of writing in a brief inexpensive reader. Features + Benefits Chapter Introductions preview the issues and present the conversations reflected in the following chapter while framing how each reading contributes to the dialogue in order to help students recognize thematic and rhetorical connections among readings. Prereading Questions that close each Chapter Introduction focus the readers' attention on the issues in the chapter and can be used as writing activities in which students explore their prior knowledge, generate questions they want answered, and predict what the readings will say. Head notes for each reading help students discern the author's angle of vision and purpose for writing by presenting the background of the writer and the rhetorical situation influencing the reading. Thinking and Writing Questions follow each reading and help students asses their comprehension, analyze rhetorical strategies, bring the reading into conversation with another, and analyze each piece so that students fully engage the reading, discuss with their peers, and develop ideas through their own writing. End-of-Chapter Writing Opportunities ask students to synthesize readings' ideas, prewrite, and produce formal writing that includes literacy narratives, analyses, and a researched writing. Preface for the Student Preface for the Instructor Acknowledgements 1. span class="underlined"Attitudes/span Introduction emRoy Peter Clark/em, I Won't Use Writing as Punishment. I Won't. . . . emDick Harrington/em, Writing about General Apache emJohn Holt,/em Making Children Hate Reading emMelissa Duffy/em, Inspiration embell hooks,/em writing autobiography emCraig Vetter/em, Bonehead Writing emStanley Aronowitz/em, Writing Is Not a Skill End-of-Chapter Thinking and Writing 2. span class="underlined"Practice/span Introduction emSandra Boynton/em,Five Paragraph Theme emGayle Brandeis/em, Dyr Mom: Wy R You So Laveable? emSusan Wyche,/em Time, Tools, and Talismans emWilliam Stafford,/em A Way of Writing emAnne Lamott,/em Shitty First Drafts emDonald Murray/em, Internal Revision emWilliam Zinsser/em, Simplicity End-of-Chapter Thinking and Writing 3. span class="underlined"Voice/span Introduction emLizbeth A. Bryant/em, Disruptive 'Sexual' Voices in English 101 emLinda Christensen,/em Teaching Standard English: Whose Standard? emNora McCarthy/em, Flipping the Script: Exploring the Relationship between Form and Content in Teen Writing emRebecca Moore Howard/em, A Plagiarism Pentimento emKeith D. Miller,/em Redefining Plagiarism: Martin Luther King's Use of an Oral Tradition End-of-Chapter Thinking and Writing 4 span class="underlined"Technology and Integrity/span Introduction emWendy Leibowitz/em, Technology Transforms Writing and the Teaching of Writing emHeather Hunter/em, Traveling the Too-Much-Information Highway emSeth Stevenson,/em Adventures in Cheating emNicole Kristal, /emTutoring' Rich Kids Cost Me My Dreams emMaureen Hourigan,/em Of Plagiarism, Paper Mills and the Harried, Hurried Student End-of-Chapter Thinking and Writing 5. span class="underlined"Impact/span Introduction emAdam Liptak,/em Judge Finds a Typo-Prone Lawyer Guilty of Bad Writing emSam Dillon,/em What Corporate America Can't Build: A Sentence emC.W. Griffin,/em Three Mile Island and the Billion Dollar Memo emKaren Cangialosi/em, Healing Through the Written Word emCarol Avery, /emLaura's Legacy emMargaret Atwood/em, Spelling emMary Pipher,/em 'Writing to Connect End-of-Chapter Thinking and Writing CreditsVersandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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Essays on Writing (A Longman Topics Reader) - Lizbeth A. Bryant; Heather M. Clark
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Essays on Writing

Essays on Writing explores social and cultural facets of writing as well as practices of writing in a brief inexpensive reader.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780205521449
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0205521444
Paperback
Publishing year: 2008
Publisher: LONGMAN
212 Pages
Weight: 0,249 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9780205521449

ISBN - alternate spelling:
0-205-52144-4, 978-0-205-52144-9


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