Writer's Eye Composition in the Multimedia Age
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Description: The Writer's Eyeteaches effective composition across media by showing how rhetorical purposes and principles inform multimedia texts throughout the culture. By establishing the fundamentals of effective composition and demonstrating how these fundamentals inform multimedia texts,The Writer's Eyegives students the tools to better interpret the different cultural media in their own daily lives and to better compose their own meaningful and well-developed texts.
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List price: $133.33
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
Publication date: 1/18/2007
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
|Preface for Students|
|Preface for Instructors|
|Foundations: Seeing, Reading, and Composing|
|Viewing with a Writer's Eye|
|Why Pay Close Attention to the Media?|
|What Media Choices Do You Make?|
|Media Survey (Individual Project)|
|Personal Media Profile (Individual Project) Group|
|Media Profile (Group Activity)|
|Media Log (Individual Project)|
|Media Fast (Individual Project)|
|Media Memoirs (Individual Project)|
|Why Do I Like To Read?|
|Student Media Memoir|
|Reading Across the Media Critical Thinking: Reading What You See Thinking Critically About Visual Images Thinking Critically About Moving Images Jell-o Pudding Commercial StOryboard ReadStarboardaluating Web Sites Analyzing Texts Reading is a Process Reading Strategies Formal Analysis Analyze a Magazine Ad (Individual Project) Student Text Analysis of a Cigarette Ad Cultural Analysis Reading Parodies Kathryn Bold,The Old Man and the Flea Adbusters,Wash Your Blues Away Create a Parody (Group Project)|
|Composing Across the Media Composing is a Process Principles of Effective Composition Clarity in Composition Completeness in Composition Discovering Planning Developing/Drafting Revising Proofreading Unity in Composition Continuity in Composition Structure in Composition Style in Composition Student Essay:My History Lesson Discovering Planning Developing/Drafting Revising Proofreading Anna's First Draft with Instructor Comments (Anna's Revision) Composing with a Camera|
|Connections: Readings, Screenings, and Invitations to Compose|
|Flashbacks: Longing and Belonging Scenarios from Life Why Write to Remember? Writing Option: Writing to Remember Media Option: Video Journal Tips on Writing from Memory Discovering Planning Drafting Revising Proofreading Readings and Screenings: Longing and Belonging Reconstructing Memories across the Media Partial Transcript of Documentary,Maya Angelou's Journey Home Maya Angelou,Momma's Store Partial Transcript of Documentary,First Person Plural Working the Web,First Person Plural Langston Hughes,Salvation Dick Gregory,Shame Robert Hayden,Those Winter Sundays Esmaralda Santiago,Ironing Sandra Cisneros,Eleven Nicholas Gage,The Teacher Who Changed My Life Nuala Lynch,A Night of Terror(student essay) The Web of Memory Taking Stock|
|Close Ups: Observing Our Environments Scenarios from Life Why Write to Describe? Composing Options Writing Option: Writing to Describe Media Option: Collage Tips on Descriptive Writing Readings and Screenings: Observing the Environment Observing and Describing across the Media Annie Dillard,Seeing Discovering Planning Developing Revising Proofreading Partial Transcript of Documentary,Before|