The military, which traditionally works closely with the presidential inaugural committee, shot down the request, the source said. Their reason was twofold. Some were concerned about the optics of having tanks and missile launchers rolling down Pennsylvania Avenue.
Examples and readings drawn from across multiple media and dealing with topics that matter to students today make this a book that everyone who takes first-year writing will relate to.
Contents Covers the genres college students need to write Chapters provide full coverage of six academic genres: The second edition offers new coverage of more specific genres that are often assigned across disciplines: Emphasizes the centrality of argument to all writing In addition to Chapter 11, which provides guidelines for arguing a position as a genre, two other chapters in Part IV teach students the fundamental elements of argument.
Chapter 17 explains how to construct and analyze arguments--including new coverage of classical, Toulmin, Rogerian, and invitational argument--and Chapter 18 covers strategies for supporting an argument.
Provides practical instruction on writing using multiple modes Two new chapters cover multimodal writing and oral presentations. Chapter 34 teaches how to write using multiple modes—words, images, sounds, links—and provides brief guidelines for illustrated essays, blogs, wikis, audio and video essays, and posters.
Chapter 35 teaches how to make oral presentations. A companion Tumblr site is a regularly updated source of multimodal readings: Pays unique attention to rhetoric From Chapter 1 on thinking rhetorically to Chapter 5 on rhetoric as a field of study, this is a book that takes rhetoric seriously.
Chapter 3 is a new chapter on reading rhetorically, presenting strategies that help students read strategically to understand and engage with what they read.
The Need for Rhetoric 1.The authors argue for the wise integration of web tools into what the liberal arts does best: writing across the curriculum.
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College: A Reader for Writers includes an interdisciplinary mix of public, academic, and cultural reading selections.
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