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Arguing Through Literature : Thematic Anthology and Guide to Academic Writing - With Ariel CD - 05 edition

Arguing Through Literature : Thematic Anthology and Guide to Academic Writing - With Ariel CD (ISBN10: 0073048909; ISBN13: 9780073048901)
ISBN13: 978-0073048901
ISBN10: 0073048909

Summary: New Features
  • A wealth of flexible prompts for activities that make any classroom a student-centered environment for active learning and that offer choices and opportunities for professors with individualized teaching goals
  • Detailed explanation of the elements of language, like diction and syntax, that provides tools for both analyzing and generating texts, making clear links between knowing
    how to read, having something to write, and writing well
  • Detailed coverage of the features and strategies of argument, especially academic argument, demystifying the disciplines and revealing further links between analyzing texts and generating ideas for one's own writing
  • A comprehensive set of examples of different types of writing
  • A wide range of engaging themes and selections by authors both contemporary and classic, from the United States and abroad. Part IV: A Thematic Anthology contains 40 works of fiction, 105 poems, 9 dramas, and 43 works of non-fiction prose.
  • A section of full color reproductions of works of art that facilitate comparison of visual and verbal modes of representation
  • Sample student papers, some in multiple drafts so that students can follow the revision process
  • A chapter on doing research and a complete appendix that covers both APA and MLA documentation.
...show more
Summary: New Features
  • A wealth of flexible prompts for activities that make any classroom a student-centered environment for active learning and that offer choices and opportunities for professors with individualized teaching goals
  • Detailed explanation of the elements of language, like diction and syntax, that provides tools for both analyzing and generating texts, making clear links between knowing how to read, having something to write, and writing well
  • Detailed coverage of the features and strategies of argument, especially academic argument, demystifying the disciplines and revealing further links between analyzing texts and generating ideas for one's own writing
  • A comprehensive set of examples of different types of writing
  • A wide range of engaging themes and selections by authors both contemporary and classic, from the United States and abroad. Part IV: A Thematic Anthology contains 40 works of fiction, 105 poems, 9 dramas, and 43 works of non-fiction prose.
  • A section of full color reproductions of works of art that facilitate comparison of visual and verbal modes of representation
  • Sample student papers, some in multiple drafts so that students can follow the revision process
  • A chapter on doing research and a complete appendix that covers both APA and MLA documentation.
...show less

Edition/Copyright: 05
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Publisher: McGraw-Hill Publishing Company
Year Published: 2005
International: No

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