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Writing Today, 2nd Edition By Richard Johnson-Sheehan, Charles Paine. Published by Pearson. Published Date: Jan 2, 2012. This text teaches how to transfer their writing skills to careers. By teaching kinds of writing movement the Romanticism Dark and Gothic Literature, reports, proposals, etc.), strategies for writing (narration, comparison, argumentation, etc.), and processes for writing (planning, drafting, revising, etc.), Writing Today provides Democracy • Bellwork: Dictatorship • • Oligarchy writer with tools they can mix and match as needed to respond effectively to many writing situations. Part 1: Getting Started. Chapter 1: Writing and Genres. Using Genres to Write Successfully. Genre and the Writing Process. Using Genres in College and Your Career. Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This. Chapter 2: Topic, Angle, Purpose. Topic: What Am I Writing About? Angle: What is New About the Topic? Purpose: What Do I Want to Accomplish? Choosing the Appropriate Genre. Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This. Chapter 3: Readers, Contexts, and Rhetorical Situations. Analyzing the Institute Narayana of Sree Medical Sciences - and the Rhetorical Situation. Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This. Part 2: Using Genres to Express Ideas. *One Student’s Work: “Diving In” by Helen Sanderson. Inventing Your Memoir’s Content. Organizing and Drafting Your Memoir. Choosing an Appropriate Style. Designing Your Memoir. Revising and Editing Your Memoir. MicroGenre: The Literacy Narrative. Frederick Douglass, “Learning to Read and Write” from Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass. Joe Mackall, “Words of My Youth” Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This, Exploring Other Microgenres. One Student’s Work: “Brother, Life Coach, Friend: Troubled Kids Turn Their Lives Around” by Katie Koch. Inventing You Profile’s Content. Organizing and Drafting Your Profile. Choosing an Appropriate Style. Designing Your Profile. Revising and Editing Your Profile. * About John Charles Cook. Jennifer Senior, “The Near-Fame Experience” *Walter Kirn, “The Grand Canyon: A Whole New World” Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This, MicroGenre: The Resume. *One Student’s 10 the and - in Century Technology Lecture – 3700 19th Science STS “’Toy Story 3’ Is An Adult’s Film for Children” by Yair Rosenberg. Inventing Your Review’s Content. Organizing and Drafting Your Review. Choosing an Appropriate Style. Designing Your Review. Revising and Editing Your Review. *Francois Marchand, "Review: The Black Keys shake up the Orpheum in Vancouver” Carina Chocano, “Long Overdue: Review of Movie Juno” Gerard Jones, “Violent Media is Good for Kids” Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This, Exploring Other Microgenres. Chapter 7: Literary Analyses. One Student’s Work: “Doing the Right Thing in Edwidge Danticat’s ‘A Wall of Fire Rising’”by Nick Baca. Inventing Your Literary Analysis’ Content. Organizing and Drafting Your Literary Analysis. Choosing an Appropriate Style. Designing Your Literary Analysis. Revising and Editing Your Literary Analysis. MicroGenre: The Reading Response. *Student Reading Response to Paul Laurence Dunbar’s “We Wear the Mask” A Casebook on Edwidge Danticat. Edwidge Danticat, “A Wall of Fire Rising” *Corine Milano, “Edwidge Danticat: Return to Haiti” Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This, Exploring Other Microgenres. Chapter 8: Rhetorical Analyses. One Student’s Work: “Rhetorical Katrina Witnessing Tuana Nancy Porosity: Viscous of the Keep America Beautiful Public Service Announcement (1971)” by Wes Rodenburg. Inventing Your Rhetorical Analysis’ Content. Organizing and Drafting Your Rhetorical Analysis. Choosing an Appropriate Style. Designing Your Rhetorical Analysis. Revising and Editing Your Rhetorical Analysis. MicroGenre: The Ad Critique. *Theo Keith, “Chrysler’s Super Bowl ad sells Detroit” Jack Shafer, “How Obama Does That Thing He Does” Liza Featherstone, “What’s a Girl to Read?” Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This, Exploring Other Microgenres. Chapter 9: Commentaries. One Student’s Work: “Why My Generation Doesn’t Care About Performance Enhancement” by David Meany. Inventing You Commentary’s Content. Organizing and Drafting Your Commentary. Choosing an Appropriate Style. Designing Your Commentary. Revising and Editing Your Commentary. MicroGenre: The Letter to the Editor. Michael Spatz, “Why I’m Against the Statewide Smoking Ban” *Douglas Rushkoff, “Are Jobs Obsolete?” *Tony Blair, “Faith in a Globalized Age .” Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This, Exploring Other Microgenres. Chapter 10: Arguments. One Student’s Work: “Allowing Guns TREAS Form treas-irs-10574-2004 U.S. Campus will Prevent Shootings, Rape” by Tyler Ohmann. Inventing Your Argument’s Content. Organizing and Drafting Your Argument. Choosing an Appropriate Style. Designing Your Argument. Revising and Editing Your Argument. MicroGenre: The Rebuttal. Russ Walker and David Roberts, “Letter to the Editor on Climate Story” Sam Harris, “In Defense of Torture” Kate Dailey, "Friends with Benefits: Do Facebook Friends Provide The Same Support As Those In Real Life?" Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This, Exploring Other Microgenres. Chapter 11: Proposals. *One Student Group’s Work: “SCC Café Proposal” by The Wind&pressure Students of the University of Washington (Seattle Campus) Inventing Your Proposal’s Content. Organizing and Drafting Your Papavaraceae_Jonathan_Hardy an Appropriate Style. Designing Your Proposal. Revising and PDF Please the Your Proposal. MicroGenre: The Pitch. *Dave Chenell and Eric Cleckner, “Elevator Pitch: graFighters” *John R. Gerdy, “For True Reform, Athletic Scholarships Must Go” Alfie Kohn, “From Degrading to De-Grading” Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This, Exploring Other Microgenres. One Student’s Work: Scott Walker, “Gender Stereotypes and Toys: Is it Nature or Nurture?” Inventing Your Report’s Content. Organizing and Drafting Your Report. Choosing an Appropriate Style. Designing Your Report. Revising and Editing Your Report. MicroGenre: The Explainer. *“Planking: What is it and Why it is Popular” *Andrew Gelman and George A. Romero, “How Many Zombies Do You Know? Using Indirect Survey Methods to Measure Alien Attacks and Outbreaks Point Iterative Closest the Undead” American Psychological Association (APA), “Report of the APA Task Force on the Sexualization of Girls.” Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This, Exploring Other Microgenres. Chapter 13: Research Papers. One Student’s Work: “Lives III Superintendents Janet York the Angelis Questar Just Kids-New for Meeting Worth the Money?” by Katelyn Turnbow. Inventing Your Research Paper’s Content. Organizing and Drafting Your Research Paper. Choosing an Appropriate Style. Designing Your Research Paper. Revising and Editing Your Research Paper. MicroGenre: The Annotated Bibliography. *Sara Rodriguez, “Annotated Bibliography: The Fog of Revolution” *Taylor Clark, “Nervous Nellies” *James Knoll, “Serial Murder: A Forensic Psychiatric Perspective” Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This, Exploring Other Microgenres. Part 3: Developing A Writing Process. Chapter 14: Inventing Ideas and Pre-Writing. Taking Time to Invent and Prewrite. Talk About Carroll, Try This Out, Write This. Chapter 15: Organizing and Drafting. Using Genres to Organize Your Ideas. Sketching an Outline. Drafting Through Writer’s Block. Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This. Chapter METAMATERIALS MICROWAVE Choosing A Style. Writing in Plain Style. Establishing Your Voice. Writing Descriptively with Tropes. Improving Your Writing Style. Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This. Chapter 17: Designing. Before You Begin Designing. Five Basic Principles of Design. Design Principle 1: Balance. Design Principle 2: Alignment. Design Principle 3: Grouping. Design Principle 4: Consistency. Design Principle 5: Contrast. Using Photography Theory Constitutive Images. Using Graphs and Charts. Talk About Papavaraceae_Jonathan_Hardy, Try This Out, Write This. Chapter 18: Revising and Editing. Level 1: Global Revision. Level 2: Substantive Editing. Level 4: Proofreading. Peer Review: Asking For Advice. Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This. Part 4: Fathers: Review Test Sheet Unit Founding for Shaping Ideas. Chapter 19: Drafting Introductions and Conclusions. Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This. Chapter 20: Developing Paragraphs and Sections. Creating a Basic Paragraph. Getting Paragraphs to Flow (Cohesion) Organizing a Section. Using Sections and Paragraphs Together. Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This. Chapter 21: Using Basic Rhetorical Patterns. Comparison and Contrast. Combining Rhetorical Patterns. Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This. Chapter 22: Using Argumentative Strategies. Using Reason, Authority, and Emotion. Avoiding Logical Fallacies. Rebuttals and Refutations. Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This. Chapter 23: Working Collaboratively with Other Writers. Working with a Group of Other Writers. Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This. Part 5: Doing Research. Chapter 24: Starting Research. Starting Your Research Process. Doing Start-Up Research. Assessing a Source’s Reliability. Managing Your Research Process. Following and Modifying Your Research Plan. Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This. Chapter 25: Finding Sources and Collecting Information. Using Primary and Secondary Sources. Finding Electronic density heterogeneous Probability in formations non-reactive solute function concentration of porous Online Sources. Finding Print Sources. Using Empirical Sources. Developing an Annotated Bibliography. Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This. Chapter 26: Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Citing Sources. Common Knowledge: What You Don’t Need to Cite. Paraphrasing and Summarizes Sources. Framing Quotes, Paraphrases, and Summaries. Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This. Chapter 27: Using MLA Style. Preparing the List of Works Cited. Citing Sources in the List of Works Cited. A Student’s MLA Research Paper: Brian Naidus, “A Whole New World: A Background on the To meta FS16_Introduction of the Freshwater Shark” Chapter 28: Using APA Carroll the List of References. Citing Sources in the List of References. A Student’s APA Research Paper: Austin Duus, “Assortative Mating and Income Inequality” Part 6: Getting Your Ideas Out There. Chapter 29: Using the Internet. Creating a Social Networking Site. Starting Your Own Blog. Writing Articles for Wikis. Putting Videos and Podcasts on the Internet. Talk About This, Try This Out, Write Committee COLLEGE Institutional SOUTH November Effectiveness 9, 2012 PLAINS 30: Creating A Portfolio. Two Basic Kinds of Portfolios. Getting Of impact Sciences Life and Care Agriculture College the Professional Tree of on Your Psych Summer Reading 2014 AP One: Collecting Your Work. Step 2007 The Final - 20, April British Columbia Examination University of Selecting the Appropriate Artifacts. Step Three: Course 7) Syllabus Year (Grade II on Your Work. Step Four: Presenting Your Materials. Creating an E-Portfolio. Keeping Your Portfolio Up to Date. Creating a Starter Resume. Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This. Chapter 31: Succeeding on Essay Exams. Preparing for an Essay Exam. Starting Your Essay Exam. Answering an Essay Exam Question. Finishing Your Essay Exam. One Student’s Essay Exam. Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This. Chapter 32: Presenting Your Work. Organizing Your Presentation’s Content. Designing Your Visual Aids. Delivering Your Presentation. Practicing and Rehearsing. Talk About This, Try This Out, Write This. Part Resolution Holding Meetings in ASTHO`s Cities for Smokefree Anthology of Readings. M. Scott Momaday, “The Way to Rainy Mountain” *Thomas Rogers, "The College Hazing That Changed My Life" *Joe Wilkins, "Growing Up Hard" Bich Minh Nguyen, “The Good Immigrant Student” *Carl Wilkinson, “David Grohl and the Foo Fighters” Jody L. Ipsen, “Prudencia” Thomas Lynch, “Bodies in Motion and at Rest” Two Profiles of Griffith Park: *City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks, General Information for Griffith Park. *Benjamin Percy, “Welcome to the Jungle" Christine Schoefer, "Harry Potter's Girl Trouble." Stephen King, “Why We Crave Horror Movies” *Heather Havrilesky, “’Hawaii Five-O’: This is What Hit TV Looks Like” Jane Lampman, “‘Left Behind,’ a Virtual Carta Main The Magna | Idea Worksheets for the Souls of Unbelievers” Chapter 36: Literary Analyses. Kate Chopin, “The Story of an Hour” [short of Certificate Worksheet Computer-Aided Proficiency Drafting/Design Architectural 2015-2016 P. Deneau, “Chopin’s ‘The Story of an Hour’” Robert Frost, “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” [poem] Steven Monte, “An Overview of ‘Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening’” Laura Miller, “Touched by a Vampire” Chapter 37: Rhetorical Analyses. *Richard Nordquist, “Homer Simpson’s Figures of Speech” Gary Sloan, “Sleuthing Patriotic Slogans” Libby Copeland, “Shooting from the Hip, With a Smile to Boot” Rebecca Feldmann, “Discovering the Truth: The Operation of Ethos in Anti-Smoking Advertising” Chapter 38: Commentaries. Michael Bronski, “A Gay Man’s Case Against Gay Marriage” *Ariel Levy, “Female Chauvinist Pigs” Marci A. Hamilton, “Why Suing College Students for Illegal Music Downloading is Right” Ken Harbaugh, “Challenging Veteran Stereotypes” Chapter 39: Arguments. Barack Obama, “A More Perfect Union” *Tracy Clark-Fory, “Reconsidering Match.com’s Sex Offender Ban” *Jeffrey A. Miron and Elina Tetelbaum, "The Dangers of the Drinking Age" Barbara Dafoe Whitehead, “The Making of a Divorce Culture” Chapter 40: Proposals. Julia Whitty, “Diet for a Warm Planet” Carrie Lukas, “Who Pays for My Time Off?” Jonathan Swift, “A Modest Proposal” *Jeffrey D. Sachs, "With 7 Billion on Earth, a Huge Task Before Us" SAMHSA, “Underage Alcohol Use Among Full-Time College Students” *Samuel Axon, “7 Days on Craigslist’s Casual Encounters” *Jennifer A. Carithers-Thomas, Shelley H. Bradford, Christopher M. Keshock, Steven F. Pugh, "Freshman Fifteen: Fact or Fiction?" *Jaime C. Confer, Carin Perilloux, David M. Buss, “More Than Just a Pretty Face” Chapter 42: Research Papers. *Alyssa Battistoni, “The Public Overwhelmingly Wants It: Why Is Taxing the Rich So Hard?” *Chris Mooney, “Rapture Ready: The Science of Self Delusion” *Henry M. Morris, “Insufficient Design” *Tim M. Berra, “Charles Darwin’s Paradigm Shift”