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Crossroads Integrated Reading and Writing Plus NEW MySkillsLab with Pearson eText -- Access Card Package

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Crossroads demonstrates how reading and writing are interrelated processes, weaving them together to prepare students for the critical reading, critical thinking, and expository writing expectations of college.
 

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Table of Contents

PART ONE: Reading and Writing Different Kinds of Texts       

Chapter 1: Getting to Know the Academic Reading Process

Chapter 2: Getting to Know the Academic Writing Process

Chapter 3: Structuring Paragraphs and Essays

Chapter 4: Modes for Organizing Paragraphs and Essays

 

PART TWO: Evidence Casebook: Reading and Writing Texts Using Narrative Support

Chapter 5: A Reading Process for Texts Using Narrative Evidence

Chapter 6: A Writing Process for Paragraphs Using Narrative Support

Chapter 7: A Writing Process for Essays Using Narrative Evidence

 

PART THREE: Evidence Casebook: Reading and Writing Texts Using Informational Support

Chapter 8: A Reading Process for Texts Using Informational Evidence

Chapter 9: A Writing Process for Paragraphs Using Informational Support

Chapter 10: A Writing Process for Essays Using Informational Support

 

PART FOUR: Evidence Casebook: Reading and Writing Argumentative Texts

Chapter 11: A Reading Process for Argumentative Texts

Chapter 12: A Writing Process for Argumentative Paragraphs

Chapter 13: A Writing Process for Argumentative Essays

 

PART FIVE: Reading Selections

“La Gringuita: On Losing a Native Language,” Julia Alvarez

“The Naked Culture,” Vincent G. Barnes

“Don’t call Me a Hot Tamale,” Judith Ortiz Cofer

“Student Self Theories and Approaches to Learning,” Carol Dweck

“Love Letters,” Megan Foss

 “Long in Dark, Afghan Women Say to Read is Finally to See,” Carlotta Gall

Infographic: How the DREAM Act Helps the Economy, Juan Carlos Guzmán and Raul C. Jara

“Theme for English B,” Langston Hughes

“The Bridegroom,” Ha Jin

 “Using Learning Strategies in Various Disciplines,” Laurie Kimpton-Lorence

“Assimilation Through Education: Indian Boarding Schools in the Pacific Northwest,” Carolyn Marr

“The Crossing,” Ruben Martinez

“Now That You’re Here,” Sherrie L. Nist-Olejnik and Jodi Patrick Holschuh

“Allegory of the Cave,” Plato

“Equalizing Opportunity: Dramatic Differences in Children’s Home Life and Health Mean That Schools Can’t Do It Alone,” Richard Rothstein

“On the Uses of a Liberal Education as a Weapon in the Hands of the Restless Poor,” Earl Shorris

“On Being an Excellent Student,” Donald E. Simanek

“Reclaiming Native Education,” Christina Twu

From The School Days of an Indian Girl, Zitkala-Sa

 

PART SIX: Grammar Essentials

      A. Foundations of a Sentence

      B. Identify and Correct Sentence Fragments

      C. Identify and Correct Run-On Sentences and Comma Splices

      D. Use Coordination and Subordination

      E. Use Parallel Structure

      F. Ensure Subject/verb Agreement

      G. Use Commas Correctly

      H. Use Quotation Marks Correctly

 

 

Readings by Theme

Crossing Borders of Immigration

·        “Living in America: Challenges Facing New Immigrants and Refugees” edited by Katherine Garrett, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

·        “Aria” by Richard Rodriguez

·        “The Crossing” by Ruben Martinez

·        “Don’t Call Me a Hot Tamale” by Judith Ortiz Cofer

·        “Infographic: How the DREAM Act Helps the Economy” by Juan Carlos Guzmán and Raúl C. Jara

·        “La Gringuita” by Julia Alvarez

 

Crossing Borders into Education

·        “Love Letters” by Megan Foss

·        From School Days of an Indian Girl by Zitkala-Sa

·        “Learning to Read and Write” by Frederick Douglass

·        “Long in the Dark, Afghan Women Say to Read is Finally to See" by Charlotte Gall

·        “Allegory of the Cave” by Plato

·        “On the Uses of a Liberal Education as a Weapon in the Hands of the Restless Poor” by Earl Shorris

·        “Learning Strategies in the Various Discplines” by Laurie Kimpton-Lorence

·        “Living in America: Challenges Facing New Immigrants and Refugees” edited by Katherine Garrett, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

·        “On Being a Student” by Donald E. Simanek

·        “Assimilation through Education: Indian Boarding Schools in the Pacific Northwest” by Carolyn Marr

·        “An Insider’s Perspective: The Donna Beegle Story” by Donna Beegle

·        “Reclaiming Native Education” by Christina Twu

·        “Now That You’re Here” by Sherrie L. Nist-Olejnik and Jodi Patrick Holschuh

·        “Whistlin’ and Crowin’ Women of Appalachia: Literacy Practices Since College” by Katherine Kelleher Sohn

·        “Student Self Theories and Approaches to Learning” by Carol Dweck

·        “Aria” by Richard Rodriguez

·        “Theme for English B” by Langston Hughes

·        “Infographic: How the DREAM Act Helps the Economy” by Juan Carlos Guzmán and Raúl C. Jara

 

Crossing Borders of Language or Literacy

·        “Love Letters” by Megan Foss

·        “Learning to Read and Write” by Frederick Douglass

·        From School Days of an Indian Girl by Zitkala-Sa

·        “Long in the Dark, Afghan Women Say to Read is Finally to See" by Charlotte Gall

·        “Living in America: Challenges Facing New Immigrants and Refugees” edited by Katherine Garrett, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

·        “On the Uses of a Liberal Education as a Weapon in the Hands of the Restless Poor” by Earl Shorris

·        “Assimilation through Education: Indian Boarding Schools in the Pacific Northwest” by Carolyn Marr

·        “An Insider’s Perspective: The Donna Beegle Story” by Donna Beegle

·        “Whistlin’ and Crowin’ Women of Appalachia: Literacy Practices Since College” by Katherine Kelleher Sohn

·        “Aria” by Richard Rodriguez

·        “La Gringuita” by Julia Alvarez

·        “Theme for English B” by Langston Hughes

·        “Equalizing Opportunity” by Richard Rothstein

 

Crossing Borders from Home

·        “Love Letters” by Megan Foss

·        From School Days of an Indian Girl by Zitkala-Sa

·        “Allegory of the Cave” by Plato

·        “Aria” by Richard Rodriguez

·        “The Crossing” by Ruben Martinez

·        “An Insider’s Perspective: The Donna Beegle Story” by Donna Beegle

·        “Whistlin’ and Crowin’ Women of Appalachia: Literacy Practices Since College” by Katherine Kelleher Sohn

·        “The Naked Culture” by Vince Barnes

·        “La Gringuita” by Julia Alvarez

 

Crossing Borders from High School

·        “Learning Strategies in the Various Discplines” by Laurie Kimpton-Lorence

·        “Now That You’re Here” by Sherrie L. Nist-Olejnik and Jodi Patrick Holschuh

·        “Student Self Theories and Approaches to Learning” by Carol Dweck

·        “On Being a Student” by Donald E. Simanek

·        “Reclaiming Native Education” by Christina Twu

 

Crossing Borders of Gender or Sexual Orientation

·        “Love Letters” by Megan Foss

·        “Don’t Call Me a Hot Tamale” by Judith Ortiz Cofer

·        “Long in the Dark, Afghan Women Say to Read is Finally to See" by Charlotte Gall

·        “The Bridegroom” by Ha Jin

·        “Whistlin’ and Crowin’ Women of Appalachia: Literacy Practices Since College” by Katherine Kelleher Sohn

 

Crossing Borders of Social Class

·        “C.P. Ellis” by Studs Terkel

·        “Love Letters” by Megan Foss

·        “On the Uses of a Liberal Education as a Weapon in the Hands of the Restless Poor” by Earl Shorris

·        “An Insider’s Perspective: The Donna Beegle Story” by Donna Beegle

·        “Reclaiming Native Education” by Christina Twu

·        “Living in America: Challenges Facing New Immigrants and Refugees” edited by Katherine Garrett, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

·        “Whistlin’ and Crowin’ Women of Appalachia: Literacy Practices Since College” by Katherine Kelleher Sohn

·        “The Naked Culture” by Vincent Barnes

·        “Equalizing Opportunity” by Richard Rothstein

 

Crossing Borders of Race, Ethnicity or Culture

·        “C.P. Ellis” by Studs Terkel

·         “Aria” by Richard Rodriguez

·        “Learning to Read and Write” by Frederick Douglass

·        “Theme for English B” by Langston Hughes

·        “Don’t Call Me a Hot Tamale” by Judith Ortiz Cofer

·        “Long in the Dark, Afghan Women Say to Read is Finally to See" by Charlotte Gall

·        “The Naked Culture” by Vincent Barnes

·        “The Bridegroom” by Ha Jin

·        “Living in America: Challenges Facing New Immigrants and Refugees” edited by Katherine Garrett, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

·        “Assimilation through Education: Indian Boarding Schools in the Pacific Northwest” by Carolyn Marr

·        “Reclaiming Native Education” by Christina Twu

·        From School Days of an Indian Girl by Zitkala-Sa

·        “La Gringuita” by Julia Alvarez



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