Writing and Community Action A Service-Learning Rhetoric with Readings

ISBN-10: 0321094808

ISBN-13: 9780321094803

Edition: 2003

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List price: $103.20
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: Longman Publishing Group
Publication date: 12/12/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 352
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.672

Every chapter contains Reading Selections
Writing as Social Action
Assignment: Reflections on Your Writing Process
The Writing Process
Reading Selections
What Happens When People Write?
Shitty First Drafts
The Maker's Eye: Revising Your Own Manuscripts
Writing in School
What is an Essay?
Writing about, for, and with the Community
Writing Your Life
Personal Essay Assignment: Autobiographical Reflections Literacy, Ethics, or Service
Exploratory Writing: Mining Your Own History
Reading Selections
Writing Autobiography
The Monster Under the Bed (Student Essay)
Replanting my Roots (Student Essay)
I Just Wanna be Average
Problem Child 3: My Version (Student Essay)
Faith Like Small Children
Traveling Away from Everything Known (Student Essay)
Reading into Writing
Rhetorical Features of the Personal Essay
Narrative Base
Tension, Turn and Resolution
Literary Devices: Description, Setting, Character, Figurative Language
The Peer Workshop: Sharing Drafts with Others
Peer Review Questions
The Revision Plan
The Process Note
Special Section: What is Literacy?
Introduction
The Banking Concept of Education
Literacy in Three Metaphors
Becoming Literate: A Lesson From the Amish
Learning to Write
Exploring Community
Assignment Options: Analyzing a Particular Community and Defining Community
Reading Selections
Almost Home: America's LoveHate Relationship with Community
A Moral Place
Excerpt from Democracy in America
Redefining Community
What is Community? A Roundtable
Reading into Writing
Rhetorical Strategies for the Community Analysis Essay
Identifying Patterns of Sameness
Recognizing Differences
Sharpening Definitions
Guiding Questions
Peer Review Questions
Writing in Academic Community
Assignment: Research Report Investigating a Disciplinary Discourse Community
What is a Discourse Community?
Conversational Ballgames
Discourse Communities, Disciplines, and Good Writing
A Stranger in Strange Lands: One Student Writing Across the Curriculum
Gathering Data: Analyzing Documents
Gathering Data: Interviewing
Rhetorical Features of the Empirical Research Report
Student Samples
Writing About Numbers: Writing Practices in Mathematics
Beyond the Textbook: The Language of Historians
Peer Review Questions
Literature, Culture and Social Reflection
Assignment: Literary Analysis Essay
Strategies for Reading Literature: Reading, Interpretation and Criticism
A Case Study in Reading, Interpretation and Criticism
Sharon Olds, From Seven Floors Up
Reading Selections
Jorge the Church Janitor Finally Quits
The Lesson
The Lesson and Economic Justice
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