For English instructors at every level, the task of producing a worthwhile, workable plan for each class period can prove challenging. This invaluable work offers a vast compilation of writing exercises and in-class activities collected from professors, graduate students and lecturers from colleges and universities across the United States. Step-by-step instructions guide teachers through class discussions and exercises on topics ranging from invention, argumentation, formatting, thesis development and organization to rhetorical situation, visual rhetoric, peer review and revision. From high school teachers and first-time teaching assistants to experienced writing professors looking to enhance their courses, anyone who teaches English will appreciate the fresh ideas found in this indispensable volume.set up, but this can confuse students, so I tend to stick with solid examples). ... Rather than assigning a traditional argument essay where a student establishes an argument and supports the argument with research, I ask my students to createanbsp;...
|Author||:||Russell Brickey,, Laura L. Beadling, Evelyn Martens|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2014-07-31|