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STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES NEUTRAL FEATURES APPEARANCE + clarifying charts + non-glossy pages - boring, plain - black or blue text on white background; large blocks of text - few images, all in black & white » 1 margins with occasional marginalia » 545 pages PEDAGOGY + supports any theme + 58-page instructor s manual - doesn t teach argument - only covers the research paper - minimally supports group work » skills-based course » a supplemental text » won t work for ENGL 101 READING + short excerpts from scholarly/popular writers, including: Michael Pollan, Ursula K. LeGuin + a variety of topics + at varying levels of difficulty + supports important skills underlining, outlining, note-taking, etc. - only 2 student essays - only 6 pages on visual literacy (with no visuals in this section) » completely different excerpts from previous eds » not a reader WRITING + 39 exercises, 10 assignments + exercises & assignments
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Unformatted text preview: at varying levels of difficulty - exercises are mostly skills-based: correct the following citations, rewrite the following research questions course format: one-source essay (week 4), multiple-source essay (week 6), first draft of research essay (week 9/10), final draft of research essay (week 12) RESEARCH + large section on using WorldCat, Google, & library databases + discusses APA, MLA, & Chicago-style foot- notes and endnotes + in-depth coverage of research skills writing from sources Brenda Spatt (CUNY) 8 th Ed. Released Oct. 2010 Paperback Bedford/St. Martin s $58.95 CHAPTERS 1. Reading for Understanding 6. The Multiple-Source Essay 2. Summarizing Sources 7. Finding Sources 3. Quoting Sources 8. Evaluating Sources 4. Paraphrasing Sources 9. Writing the Research Essay 5. The Single-Source Essay 10. Acknowledging Sources Lauren Hall Mike Sobiech ENGL 602-75...
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2011 for the course ED 101 taught by Professor Propas during the Spring '11 term at Grand Valley State University.

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