Composing a Civic Life A Rhetoric and Readings for Inquiry and Action

ISBN-10: 0321413598

ISBN-13: 9780321413598

Edition: 2nd 2007

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Description: Composing A Civic Lifepromotes informed, active citizenship by encouraging the reader to write as a means of inquiry and civic participation. nbsp; This text aims to help the reader to be better citizens of all their communities, not just in their knowledge, but in their ability to think critically, write effectively, and live wisely. nbsp; Citizenship, argumentation, research and community action nbsp; General Interest; Civic Writing

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List price: $112.80
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Longman Publishing Group
Publication date: 3/30/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 608
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.958
Language: English

What Does It Mean to Be a Citizen?
Getting Started: Picturing Citizenship
First Inquiry: Using Mind Maps to Assess What You Know About Citizenship
Continuing the Inquiry: Dictionary definitions
Continuing the Inquiry: Official documents?
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Request for Naturalization requirements?
Excerpts from the U.S. Constitution
Continuing the Inquiry: Visual Messages
Continuing the Inquiry: Narratives of Citizenship?
Eva Paus, "Reflections of a New U.S. Citizen"?
Benjamin Franklin, from Autobiography?
Ralph Ellison, excerpt from "Prologue" to Invisible Man?
Writing Your Own Narratives of Citizenship
Assessing the Progress of Our Inquiries
Projects for Inquiry and Action
Critical Literacy: The Skills to Live an Examined Lif?
Getting Started: Critical Thinking as Examining Life?
First Inquiry: Critical Reading as Active Conversation?
The Declaration of Independence
Second Inquiry: Using a Writer's Notebook to Connect Thinking, Reading, and Writing Third Inquiry: Developing Your Writing Process
Conceiving: The Early Stage of Writing
Clarifying: The Middle Stage of Writing
Crafting: The Later Stage of Writing
Continuing the Inquiry: Critical Literacy and Citizenship
Projects for Inquiry and Action
Researching: Inquiry as Actio?
Getting Started: Inquiring in Our Communities
Ursula Le Guin, The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas" Second Inquiry: Developing a Research Plan
Third Inquiry: Inquiring Effectively Using Research Methods?
Becoming Information Literate: Researching Electronic, Print, and Broadcast Media?
Researching on the World Wide Web
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