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Call to Write, The, Brief Edition (4th Edition) (Paperback),9780618923779

Call to Write, The, Brief Edition (4th Edition) (Paperback)

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3/30/2007
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Heinle
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Summary

With a focus on real-world writing, including diverse media, a treatment of visual literacy, and an emphasis on the ethics of writing, the Fourth Edition of The Call to Write continues to break new ground in composition. Organized by genres--letters, memoirs, public documents, profiles, reports, commentaries, proposals, and reviews--this innovative rhetoric gives students the practice they need to write both in college and in the public sphere. Connecting writing to everyday life, including college and work, it shows students the impact of writing and gives them the skills to help them write well. A strong emphasis on public writing promotes civic involvement through writing--to inform the public, to shape opinion, to advocate change, and so on--while relevant, provocative readings help students to understand the concept of being "called to write" in response to a personal, community, or societal need. Students receive the most up-to-date information on MLA documentation with the enclosed tri-fold card providing NEW 2009 MLA Handbook formats.

Table of Contents

Writing and Reading Introduction: The Call to Write
What Is Writing?
Analyzing Literacy Events
Writing in Everyday Life
Writing in the Workplace
Writing in the Public Sphere
Writing in School Analyzing a Literacy Event
Writing Assignment: Analyzing a Literacy Event
Reading Strategies for Academic Purposes: Analyzing the Rhetorical Situation
Reading as Research: Working with Sources
Getting Started: Previewing Strategies for Close Reading
Strategies for Analyzing the Rhetorical Situation
Analysis of a Rhetorical Situation
Writing Assignment: Analyzing the Rhetorical Situation
Persuasion and Responsibility: Analyzing Arguments
Understanding Argument
Entering a Controversy Taking a Position: From Issues to Claims
Developing a Persuasive Position
Making an Argument
Negotiating Differences Rhetorical
Analysis of an Argument
Writing Assignment: Analyzing an Argument
Writing Projects Introduction: Genres of Writing
Letters: Establishing and Maintaining Relationships
Thinking About the Genre Readings
Writing in a Digital World: Text Messages
Visual Design: Letter of Appeal
Further Exploration: Letters
Writing Assignment: Composing a Letter Writers''
Workshop Reflecting on Your Writing
Memoirs: Recalling Personal Experience
Thinking About the Genre Readings
Writing in a Digital World: Social Networking Web Sites
Visual Design: Graphic Novels
Further Exploration: Memoirs
Writing Assignment: Writing Memois Writers''
Workshop Reflecting on Your Writing
Public Documents: Codifying Beliefs and Practices
Thinking About the Genre Readings
Writing in a Digital World: Posting Memorandum on Torture
Visual Design: Defective Equipment
Further Exploration: Public Documents
Writing Assignment: Public Documents Writers''
Workshop Reflecting on Your Writing
Profiles: Creating a Dominant Impression
Thinking About the Genre Readings
Writing in a Digital World: Soundmap
Visual Design: Photo Essay
Further Exploration: Profiles
Writing Assignment: Creating a Profile Writers''
Workshop Reflecting on Your Writing
Reports and Explaining
Thinking About the Genre Readings
Writing in a Digital World: An Informational Web Site
Visual Design: PowerPoint
Further Exploration: Reports
Writing Assignment: The Report Writers''
Workshop Reflecting on Your Writing
Commentary: Identifying Patterns of Meaning
Thinking About the Genre Readings
Writing in a Digital World: Blogs
Visual Design: Parody
Further Exploration: Commentary
Writing Assignment: Writing Commentary Writers''
Workshop Reflecting on Your Writing
Proposals: Formulating and Solving Problems
Thinking About the Genre Readings
Writing in a Digital World: Public Campaigns
Visual Design: Community Group Proposal
Further Exploration: Proposals
Writing Assignment: Proposing a Problem Solution Writers''
Workshop Reflecting on Your Writing
Reviews: Evaluating Works and Performances
Thinking About the Genre Readings
Writing in a Digital World: Monitoring the Media
Visual Design: Travel Guides
Further Exploration: Reviews
Writing Assignment: Writing a Review Writers''
Workshop Reflecting on Your Writing
Writing and Research Projects Introduction: Doing Research and the Need to Know
The Research Process: Critical Essays and Research Projects
Understanding the Genre: Critical Essays and Research Projects
Sample Student Papers for Analysis
The Research Process: An Overview Finding Sources
Evaluating Sources
Making an Argument
Planning and Drafting Your Project
A Closing Note
Working with Sources
Working with Sources to Answer Your Research Question
What Is Plagiarism?
Checklist for Using Quotes
Effectively Documenting Sources: MLA and APA Style In-Text Citations
Works Cited (MLA) and References (APA)
A Guide to Print, Electronic, and Other Sources
Books and Periodicals Learning About the Library
Searching the Web Government
Publications Other Sources
Fieldwork and the Research Report
Understanding the Genre: Research Reports
Designing A Field Research Project Observat
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