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    Sticks and Stones: And Other Student Essays

    ISBN-10: 1457612623
    ISBN-13: 9781457612626
    Edition: 2013
    Author(s): Rise B. Axelrod, Charles R. Cooper
    Description: This unique collection of essays written by students around the country offers diverse and accessible models for the writing assignments in Part 1 ofThe St. Martin’s Guide to Writing. The chapters inSticks and Stonescorrespond to the chapters in  More...
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    Copyright Year: 2013
    Publisher: Macmillan Higher Education
    Binding: Paperback
    Pages: 256
    Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 0.25" tall
    Weight: 0.682
    Language: English

    This unique collection of essays written by students around the country offers diverse and accessible models for the writing assignments in Part 1 ofThe St. Martin’s Guide to Writing. The chapters inSticks and Stonescorrespond to the chapters in Part One of theGuide. Packaged free with theGuide.

    Preface for Instructors
    To the Student
    Remembering an Event
    A Critical Reading Guide
    Nicole Ball (Niagara University): Sticks and Stones
    Stephanie Legge (University of California, Riverside): In a Ditch
    Elizabeth Schaap (Grand Rapids Community College): Jet Fuel and Good Fairies
    Aaron Forshier (Des Moines Area Community College): The Accident
    Julia Barojas (University of California, Riverside): Almost Quitting
    Writing Profiles
    A Critical Reading Guide
    Linda Kampel (Pennsylvania State University, York): Our Daily Bread
    Erik Epple (Bowling Green State University): True Worker
    Linda Fine (University of California, Riverside): Bringing Ingenuity Back 4A
    Bonnie Lapwood (Mt. San Jacinto College, Menifee Valley): Modernizing a Remnant of the Mid-Century
    Katie Diehm (The Catholic University of America): "Paddlers Sit Ready!" The Enduring Sport of Dragon Boating
    Explaining a Concept
    A Critical Reading Guide
    Katie Angeles (University of California, Riverside): The Forgotten Personality
    Sheila McClain (Western Wyoming Community College): Proxemics: A Study of Space and Relationships
    Etoria Spears (University of California, Riverside): Therapeutic Cloning and Embryonic Research
    Max Wu (University of California, Riverside): The Disorder That Hides Within
    William Tucker (University of California, Riverside): The Art and Creativity of Stop-Motion
    Finding Common Ground
    A Critical Reading Guide
    Luke Serrano (University of California, Riverside): Gambling and Government Restriction
    Matthew Chrisler (University of California, Riverside): Are Laissez-Faire Policies to Blame?
    Brittany Koehler (Oakland Community College, Orchard Ridge): Criminal DNA Databases: Enhancing Police Investigations or Violating Civil Rights?
    Eve Lee (University of California, Riverside): Chris McCandless: His Supporters and Critics
    Arguing a Position
    A Critical Reading Guide
    Courtney Anttila (Southwest Minnesota State University): TXTing: h8 it or luv it
    Thomas Beckfield (Mt. San Jacinto College, Menifee Valley): Banning Cell Phone Use While Driving
    Tan-Li Hsu (University of California, Riverside): Energy Drinks
    Mary Hake (Pierce College): With Each Seed a Farmer Plants
    Proposing a Solution
    A Critical Reading Guide
    Max Moore (University of California, Riverside): The Social Security Problem
    Monica Perez (The Catholic University of America): Cracking Down on Lighting Up
    James Benge (University of California, Riverside): Adapting to the Disappearance of Honeybees
    Kim Spencer Kline and Dana Jordan (Des Moines Area Community College): Quality Long-Term Care: Our Elderly Deserve It
    Kati Huff (Lake Michigan College): Unhealthy Lunchrooms: Toxic for Schoolchildren and the Environment
    Justifying an Evaluation
    A Critical Reading Guide
    Matthew Fontilla (Chaffey College): Watchmen
    Jane Kim (University of California, Riverside): Evaluation of Nickle and Dimed
    Robert Nava (Riverside Community College): May I Have This Dance?
    Julie Plucinski (Triton College): Satellite Radio
    Speculating about Causes
    A Critical Reading Guide
    Virginia Gagliardi (Lebanon Valley College): Left Out
    Stephanie Cox (Metropolitan Community College): Hispanic Pride vs. American Assimilation
    La Donna Beaty (Sinclair Community College): What Makes a Serial Killer?
    Analyzing Stories
    A Critical Reading Guide
    Synopsis: D. H. Lawrence's a "In Love"
    Sarah Hawkins (University of California, San Diego): In Love
    Synopsis: Susan Glaspell's "A Jury of Her Peers"
    Margaret Tate (DeKalb College): Irony and Intuition in "A Jury of Her Peers"
    A Note on the Copyediting
    Sample Copyediting
    Submission Form
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