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In Context: Reading and Writing in Cultural Conversations - Feldman, Ann Merle; McManus, Ellen; Downs, Nancy
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: LONGMAN, 624 Seiten, L=232mm, B=178mm, H=23mm, Gew.=875gr, [GR: 25600 - TB/Sprachwissenschaft], [SW: - Textbooks], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: In Context is a thematically-organized reader that invites students to use reading and writing to participate in ongoing cultural conversations. In Context's units focus on four ongoing conversations that have an impact on events in the world and that affect the way we see ourselves. These units include: what it means to be authentic, how we establish a sense of place, how to get people involved in civic dialogues, and how the increasingly global economy affects us as workers and consumers. The essays, dialogues, editorials, newspaper articles, and other documents included in this book reflect moments in these conversations. Both the readings and the writing assignments encourage students to see the ways in which others use writing to make things happen and ways in which they themselves can use writing to participate in these various local, national, and global conversations.What sets In Context apart from other readers is: (1) its thoughtful and sustained attention to rhetorical issues--students are introduced to four rhetorical concepts (situation, genre, language, and consequences) and are asked to use these as both a reader and writer; (2) the fact that students are asked to do, [Ausgabe: 0002] In Context is a thematically-organized reader that invites students to use reading and writing to participate in ongoing cultural conversations. In Context's units focus on four ongoing conversations that have an impact on events in the world and that affect the way we see ourselves. These units include: what it means to be authentic, how we establish a sense of place, how to get people involved in civic dialogues, and how the increasingly global economy affects us as workers and consumers. The essays, dialogues, editorials, newspaper articles, and other documents included in this book reflect moments in these conversations. Both the readings and the writing assignments encourage students to see the ways in which others use writing to make things happen and ways in which they themselves can use writing to participate in these various local, national, and global conversations.What sets In Context apart from other readers is: (1) its thoughtful and sustained attention to rhetorical issues--students are introduced to four rhetorical concepts (situation, genre, language, and consequences) and are asked to use these as both a reader and writer; (2) the fact that students are asked to do

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sHORT RETAIL DESCRIPTION: "In Context" is a thematically-organized reader which invites students to use reading and writing to participate in ongoing cultural conversations. What sets "In Context" apart from other readers is: (1) its thoughtful and sustained attention to rhetorical; (2) the fact that students are asked to do more than critique culture, and to focus on how societies and individuals use writing and reading to do work, to affect outcomes, and to achieve results; and 3) the inclusion of assignments that allow students to compose not only analytical essays, but other genres as well. "In Context" offers a widely praised selection of readings that are provocative, fresh, and present various genres, with selections from bell hooks, Nell Berstein, Gloria Anzaldua, Sandra Cisneros, Barry Lopez, Robert B. Putnam, Robert Reich, Sherry Turkle, R. B. Kitja, Richard Rodriguez, Patricia J. Williams, and Ray Suarez. Challenging readings along with more accessible readings offer great flexibility. Readings are drawn from a variety of genres- from scholarly articles to more journalistic pieces to radio transcripts to legal documents. In Context: Reading and Writing in Cultural Conversations Feldman, Ann Merle / McManus, Ellen / Downs, Nancy In Context is a thematically-organized reader that invites students to use reading and writing to participate in ongoing cultural conversations. In Context's units focus on four ongoing conversations that have an impact on events in the world and that affect the way we see ourselves. These units include: what it means to be authentic, how we establish a sense of place, how to get people involved in civic dialogues, and how the increasingly global economy affects us as workers and consumers. The essays, dialogues, editorials, newspaper articles, and other documents included in this book reflect moments in these conversations. Both the readings and the writing assignments encourage students to see the ways in which others use writing to make things happen and ways in which they themselves can use writing to participate in these various local, national, and global conversations.What sets In Context apart from other readers is: (1) its thoughtful and sustained attention to rhetorical issues--students are introduced to four rhetorical concepts (situation, genre, language, and consequences) and are asked to use these as both a reader and writer; (2) the fact that students are asked to do

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No Synopsis Available In Context Reading and Writing in Cultural Conversations, 9780321233028, Book, Textbook Books > Education & Reference > Language Paperback In Context is a thematically-organized reader that invites students to use reading and writing to participate in ongoing cultural conversations. In Context's units focus on four ongoing conversations that have an impact on events in the world and that affect the way we see ourselves. These units include: what it means to be authentic, how we establish a sense of place, how to get people involved in civic dialogues, and how the increasingly global economy affects us as workers and consumers. The essays, dialogues, editorials, newspaper articles, and other documents included in this book reflect moments in these conversations. Both the readings and the writing assignments encourage students to see the ways in which others use writing to make things happen and ways in which they themselves can use writing to participate in these various local, national, and global conversations.What sets In Context apart from other readers is: (1) its thoughtful and sustained attention to rhetorical issues--students are introduced to four rhetorical concepts (situation, genre, language, and consequences) and are asked to use these as both a reader and writer; (2) the fact that students are asked to do

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In Context: Reading and Writing in Cultural Conversations
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Feldman, Ann Merle; McManus, Ellen; Downs, Nancy

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In Context: Reading and Writing in Cultural Conversations

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0321233026

In Context is a thematically-organized reader that invites students to use reading and writing to participate in ongoing cultural conversations. In Context's units focus on four ongoing conversations that have an impact on events in the world and that affect the way we see ourselves. These units include: what it means to be authentic, how we establish a sense of place, how to get people involved in civic dialogues, and how the increasingly global economy affects us as workers and consumers. The essays, dialogues, editorials, newspaper articles, and other documents included in this book reflect moments in these conversations. Both the readings and the writing assignments encourage students to see the ways in which others use writing to make things happen and ways in which they themselves can use writing to participate in these various local, national, and global conversations.What sets In Context apart from other readers is: (1) its thoughtful and sustained attention to rhetorical issues--students are introduced to four rhetorical concepts (situation, genre, language, and consequences) and are asked to use these as both a reader and writer; (2) the fact that students are asked to do

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780321233028
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0321233026
Livre de poche
Date de parution: 2004
Editeur: LONGMAN
624 Pages
Poids: 0,875 kg
Langue: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 0321233026

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