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Author: Kathleen T. McWhorter
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For courses in Integrated Reading & Writing and Intermediate Reading (9-12 grade level)
Author: Kathleen T. McWhorter
For courses in Integrated Reading & Writing and Intermediate Reading (9-12 grade level)
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For courses in Integrated Reading & Writing and Intermediate Reading (9-12 grade level).
High-interest, thought-provoking, thematic content to spur students’ learning
Reading and Writing About Contemporary Issues gathers only the most stimulating nonfiction pieces regarding real-world problems, connects them thematically, and uses them as tools to build on students’ reading and writing through numerous examples for analysis. Students see not only how to use these skills, but why we use them. Each reading is organized into thematic units that focus on contemporary issues, and has been chosen to interest and motivate students.
The 3rd Edition uses the readings as direct teaching tools rather than examples. Readings are organized based on level of difficulty–and are drawn from a variety of sources, such as blogs and websites, books, textbooks, periodicals, popular magazines, and newspapers. This wide selection of readings and flexible organization adapts easily to a variety of integrated reading and writing courses and to a broad range of students.
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عنوان: Reading and Writing About Contemporary Issues (3rd Edition)
نویسنده: McWhorter, Kathleen T.
ناشر: Pearson; 3 edition (January 14, 2019)
شابک: 0134996305, 978-0134996301
حجم: 175 Mb
فرمت: Original PDF
Title Page Copyright Page Brief Contents Detailed Contents Preface Acknowledgments Preface PART ONE A Handbook for Reading and Writing in College 1 The Reading Process 1a Active Reading: The Key to Academic Success 1b Reading Textbooks Guidelines for Reading Textbooks Pre-Reading Strategies 1c Previewing, Predicting, and Asking Questions Previewing Examining Professional Writing: “Consequences of Social Class,” James Henslin Making Predictions Forming Guide Questions 1d Activating Prior Knowledge How to Activate Your Prior Knowledge Researching, Discussing, and Writing During Reading Strategies 1e Checking and Strengthening Your Comprehension Monitoring Your Comprehension Strengthening Your Comprehension Using Self-Testing Using Review to Strengthen Your Recall 1f Highlighting to Identify Important Information Guidelines for Effective Highlighting 1g Annotating to Record Your Ideas 1h Reading Digital Text Post-Reading Strategies 1i Paraphrasing 1j Outlining 1k Using Maps to Show Relationships Conceptual Maps Process Diagrams Time Lines Part and Function Diagrams 1l Summarizing 1m Writing in Response to Reading Writing an Informal Response Writing a Formal Response Self-Test Summary 2 The Writing Process 2a Understanding the Writing Process 2b Using Technology for Writing Using Technology to Generate Ideas Using Technology for Drafting and Revising Examining Student Writing: “The Space In-Between,” Santiago Quintana Garcia Prewriting Strategies 2c Generating Ideas Choosing Your Topic Generating Ideas Narrowing Your Topic 2d Considering Audience, Purpose, Point of View, and Tone Considering Audience Considering Purpose Considering Point of View Considering Tone 2e Planning and Organizing Outlining Using Idea Maps Drafting Strategies 2f Drafting and Revising Paragraphs Understanding the Structure of Paragraphs Writing Effective Topic Sentences Writing Effective Paragraphs Revising Paragraphs 2g Drafting Essays Understanding the Structure of Essays Writing Effective Thesis Statements Writing First Drafts Revision Strategies 2h Revising an Essay Using Peer Review Using Google Docs 2i Editing and Proofreading Your Work Editing and Proofreading Checklist Self-Test Summary 3 Vocabulary for Readers and Writers 3a Using Context Clues 3b Learning Affixes: Prefixes, Roots, and Suffixes What You Need to Know About Affixes Prefixes Roots Suffixes 3c Using a Dictionary and a Thesaurus Types of Dictionaries Using a Dictionary Using a Thesaurus 3d Using Language Effectively Denotation and Connotation Synonyms and Antonyms Slang Colloquial Language Idioms Analogies Technical and Academic Language Self-Test Summary 4 Main Ideas and Topic Sentences 4a What Is a Paragraph? 4b Identifying and Selecting Topics Distinguishing Between General and Specific Ideas Finding the Topic of a Paragraph Selecting a Topic to Write About 4c Reading and Writing Topic Sentences Finding the Topic Sentence of a Paragraph Common Positions for Topic Sentences Writing a Topic Sentence Self-Test Summary 5 Supporting Details, Transitions, and Implied Main Ideas 5a Identifying and Selecting Supporting Details Recognizing Supporting Details Selecting and Organizing Supporting Details 5b Recognizing and Using Transitions Recognizing Transitions Using Transitional Words and Phrases to Connect Details 5c Finding Implied Main Ideas Inferring Implied Main Ideas How to Find Implied Main Ideas in Paragraphs Writing Implied Main Ideas Self-Test Summary 6 Revising and Proofreading Paragraphs 6a Reading Carefully and Critically for Revision Examining Student Writing: “The Woes of Internet Dating,” Claire Stroup 6b Revising Ineffective Paragraphs Revising Ineffective Topic Sentences Revising Paragraphs to Add Supporting Details 6c Using Idea Maps to Spot Revision Problems Does Every Detail Belong, or Have You Strayed Off Topic? Are the Details Arranged and Developed Logically? Is the Paragraph Balanced and Not Repetitious? 6d Proofreading for Correctness Self-Test Summary 7 Reading and Writing Organizational Patterns 7a Reading and Writing Illustration Reading Illustration Paragraphs Writing Illustration Paragraphs 7b Reading and Writing Process Reading Process Paragraphs Writing Process Paragraphs 7c Reading and Writing Definition Reading Definition Paragraphs Writing Definition Paragraphs 7d Reading and Writing Classification Reading Classification Paragraphs Writing Classification Paragraphs 7e Reading and Writing Cause and Effect Reading Cause and Effect Paragraphs Writing Cause and Effect Paragraphs 7f Reading and Writing Comparison and Contrast Reading Comparison and Contrast Paragraphs Writing Comparison and Contrast Paragraphs 7g Reading and Writing Mixed Patterns Reading Mixed Pattern Paragraphs Writing Mixed Pattern Paragraphs Self-Test Summary 8 Writing Essays and Documented Papers Writing Essays 8a The Structure of an Essay Examining Student Writing: “The iAm: How Certain Brands Inspire the Most Loyal Consumers Ever,” 8b Prewriting: Generating and Organizing Ideas and Planning Your Essay Choosing Your Topic and Generating Ideas Narrowing Your Topic Grouping Ideas to Discover a Thesis Statement Writing an Effective Thesis Statement Considering Purpose, Audience, Point of View, and Tone Organizing Ideas Using Outlining and Mapping Choosing a Method of Development 8c Drafting an Essay Drafting Body Paragraphs Evaluating and Revising Your Thesis Statement Supporting Your Thesis with Substantial Evidence Using Transitions to Make Connections Among Your Ideas Clear Writing the Introduction, Conclusion, and Title 8d Revising: Examining Your Ideas General Essay Revision Strategies Using Revision Maps to Revise Revising Essay Content and Structure Revising Paragraphs Revising Sentences and Words 8e Editing and Proofreading: Focusing on Clarity and Correctness General Suggestions for Editing and Proofreading Using a Proofreading Checklist Presenting Your Essay Writing Documented Papers 8f What Is an Essay that Uses Sources? Examining Student Writing: “Weighing the Consequences of Censorship in Media,” Adam Simmons 8g Reading: Finding and Recording Appropriate Sources Tips for Finding Appropriate Sources Understanding Plagiarism Recording Sources to Avoid Plagiarism 8h Using Sources to Support Your Thesis and Develop Your Essay 8i Synthesizing Sources How to Compare Sources to Synthesize How to Develop Ideas About Sources 8j Integrating Quotations into an Essay Integrating Quotations 8k Documenting Sources Using MLA or APA Styles An Overview of the MLA Style An Overview of the APA Style Self-Test Summary 9 Critical Thinking: Reading and Writing 9a Making Accurate Inferences and Drawing Conclusions How to Make Accurate Inferences and Conclusions Thinking Critically About Inferences as You Write 9b Assessing Sources and Author Qualifications Considering the Source Considering the Author’s Credentials Evaluating Internet Sources Thinking Critically About Source and Authority as You Write 9c Understanding Fake News What Is Fake News? How to Identify Fake News How the Term “Fake News” Is Misused 9d Distinguishing Between Fact and Opinion Identifying Facts and Opinions Thinking Critically About the Facts and Opinions You Use 9e Identifying the Author’s Purpose Determining an Author’s Purpose Determining Your Purpose for Writing 9f Evaluating Tone Assessing an Author’s Tone Thinking Critically About Your Tone 9g Interpreting Figurative Language Analyzing Figurative Language Using Figurative Language Effectively 9h Identifying Bias Spotting Bias Handling Bias Openly When You Write 9i Evaluating the Reliability of Data and Evidence Evaluating Data and Evidence Thinking Critically About the Evidence You Use 9j Interpreting and Using Visuals A General Approach to Reading Graphics Analyzing Photographs Thinking Critically About Incorporating Visuals into Your Writing Self-Test Summary 10 Analyzing Issues and Arguments 10a Contemporary Issues and Arguments 10b What Is an Argument? 10c The Parts of an Argument 10d Strategies for Reading an Argument Thinking Before You Read Examining a Professional Article: “Who Are the Animals in Animal Experiments?,” Aysha Akhtar Reading Actively Recognizing Types of Supporting Evidence 10e Strategies for Evaluating an Argument Assessing the Accuracy of Evidence and Premises Assessing the Relevancy of Evidence Assessing the Sufficiency of Evidence Assessing the Definitions of Terms Assessing Cause and Effect Relationships Assessing Implied or Stated Value Systems Recognizing and Refuting Opposing Viewpoints Recognizing Unfair Emotional Appeals 10f Errors in Logic Circular Reasoning False Analogy Hasty Generalization Non Sequitur (“It Does Not Follow”) False Cause Either–Or Fallacy Abstract Concepts as Reality Red Herring 10g Writing Argument Essays Examining Student Argumentative Writing: “Standardized Testing: An Argument for Abolishment,” Sa Writing an Argumentative Thesis Statement Analyzing Your Audience Providing Adequate Supporting Evidence Researching Your Topic Responding to Opposing Ideas Self-Test Summary PART TWO Reading and Writing About Contemporary Issues 11 Defining Ourselves: Our Multiple Identities Why Is Identity Such an Important Contemporary Issue? Tips for Reading About Identity SELECTION 1 “Enhancing Your Body Image,” Rebecca J. Donatelle SELECTION 2 “ ‘Hurtful and Beautiful’: Life With Multiple Sclerosis,” Alice G. Walton SELECTION 3 “All Guts, No Glory,” Molly M. Ginty Activities: Exploring Identity Making Connections: Thinking Within the Issues 12 Our Environment: Problems and Solutions Why Is the Environment Such an Important Contemporary Issue? Tips for Reading About the Environment SELECTION 4 “ ‘Katrina Brain’: The Invisible Long-term Toll of Megastorms,” Christine Vestal SELECTION 5 “Our E-Waste Problem Is Ridiculous, and Gadget Makers Aren’t Helping,” Christina B SELECTION 6 “Poison in the Bottle: How Safe Is Bisphenol A?,” Jay Withgott and Matthew Laposata Activities: Exploring Environmental Issues Making Connections: Thinking Within the Issues 13 Relationships: Our Friends, Families, and Communities Why Are Relationships Such an Important Contemporary Issue? Tips for Reading About Relationships SELECTION 7 “Hooking Up,” Jenifer Kunz SELECTION 8 “Are You ‘Phubbing’ Right Now?” Emma Seppälä SELECTION 9 “Why It’s Really Possible to Fall in Love Online,” Brenna Ehrlich Activities: Exploring Relationships Making Connections: Thinking Within the Issues 14 Medical Ethics: Where Do We Draw the Line? Why Is Medical Ethics Such an Important Contemporary Issue? Tips for Reading About Medicine and Ethics SELECTION 10 “Eggs for Sale,” M. A. Garcia SELECTION 11 “Why the Right to Die Movement Needed Brittany Maynard,” Keisha Ray SELECTION 12 “Ethical Issues in Medicine,” Audrey Berman, Shirlee J. Snyder, and Geralyn Frandse Activities: Exploring Medicine and Ethics Making Connections: Thinking Within the Issues 15 Personal Safety and Security: Threats and Protection Why Are Safety and Security Such Important Contemporary Issues? Tips for Reading About Personal Safety and Security SELECTION 13 “How to Protect Yourself During a Mass Shooting,” Ed Hinman SELECTION 14 “China’s Surveillance State Should Scare Everyone,”Anna Mitchell and Larry Diamon SELECTION 15 “Technology in the Fight Against Crime,” Frank Schmalleger Activities: Exploring Personal Safety and Security Issues Making Connections: Thinking Within the Issues 16 Conformity and Nonconformity: Following and Breaking the Rules Why Are Conformity and Nonconformity Such Important Contemporary Issues? Tips for Reading About Conformity and Nonconformity SELECTION 16 “A Brother Lost,” Ashley Womble SELECTION 17 “American Schools Are Failing Nonconformist Kids. Here’s How. In Defense of the Wil SELECTION 18 “Groups and Conformity,” Michael R. Solomon Activities: Exploring Conformity and Nonconformity Making Connections: Thinking Within the Issues 17 Personal Freedoms and Limitations: Lifestyle Choices Why Is Freedom Such an Important Contemporary Issue? Tips for Reading About Personal Freedoms and Limitations SELECTION 19 “Bipolar Disorder: The Agony and the Ecstasy,” Thomas Wheaton SELECTION 20 “Hate Speech Is Protected Free Speech, Even on College Campuses,” Erwin Chemerinsky SELECTION 21 “Human Smuggling and Trafficking,” Frank Schmalleger Activities: Exploring Personal Freedoms and Limitations Making Connections: Thinking Within the Issues Making Connections: Thinking Across the Issues PART THREE A Multi-Disciplinary Casebook on Globalization Examining One Issue in Depth Preview the Readings Read About Globalization Synthesize Sources READING 1 Geography, “The Impact of Globalization” Les Rowntree, Martin Lewis, Marie Price, and READING 2 Biology, “World Overpopulation and Resource Management” Teresa Audesirk, Gerald Audesi READING 3 Business and Marketing, “Marketing on the Global Stage” Michael R. Solomon, Greg W. Ma READING 4 Cultural Anthropology, “Globalization and Health” Barbara Miller READING 5 Communication, “Globalization and Intercultural Communication” Joseph A. DeVito READING 6 Economics, “The Global Economy” Robin Bade and Michael Parkin Synthesis and Integration Questions and Activities Writing About the Readings PART FOUR Grammar and Correctness Skill Refreshers Skill Refresher 1: Sentence Fragments Skill Refresher 2: Run-On Sentences Skill Refresher 3: Subject-Verb Agreement Skill Refresher 4: Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement Skill Refresher 5: Pronoun Reference Skill Refresher 6: Dangling Modifiers Skill Refresher 7: Misplaced Modifiers Skill Refresher 8: Parallelism Skill Refresher 9: Comma Usage Skill Refresher 10: Using Colons and Semicolons Text Credits Indexادامه ... بستن ...
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