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McGraw-Hill Education
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Reading involves interpreting all types of texts: fiction, nonfiction, poetry, graphic novels, advertisements, spoken words, and more.Sound Ideasis a reader that acknowledges this � and that a wide variety of linguistic backgrounds make up today's college classrooms. Sound Ideas addresses the needs and interests of this diverse audience, while maintaining strong connections to a history of ideas.

Table of Contents

Table Of Contents
Introduction Letter to the Reader The Reading-Writing Process On Reading and Thinking Reading: The Activity and Art of Reading
On Writing and Revision Reading: Everybody is Talented, Original, and Has Something Important to Say, Brenda Ueland Reading: A Way of Writing
Reading: How to Write a Critical Analysis
Reading: Shitty First Drafts
Reading: Simplicity
On Visual Texts Reading: The Vocabulary of Comics, Scott McCloud On Audio Texts Audio Track
Anne Lamott Audio Track
Louise Erdrich For Writing
- On Gender Differences: Separating the Boys from the Girls Introduction Nonfiction Reading: Strong Girls, from Reviving Ophelia: Saving the Selves of Adolescent Girls
Reading: Inside the World of Boys, from Real Boys: Rescuing Our Sons from the Myths of Boyhood
Reading: Why Boys Don't Play with Dolls
Reading: The War Against Boys
Fiction Reading: A and P
Reading: Boys and Girls
Reading: Girl
Reading: Boys
Poetry Reading: Barbie Doll
Reading: Wishes for Sons
Graphic Fiction Reading: Gum of Mystery
Visual Texts Visual: Quincean++era
Visual: Hannah, 13 years old, Lauren Greenfield Visual: Shacktown Child, Dorothea Lange Visual: Boy and Girl at Debutante Ball, Catherine Karnow Audio Texts Audio Track
Carol Gilligan Audio Track
Paul Kivel Audio Track
William Pollack Audio Track
Joe Marshall Additional Audio Resources Connections For Writing Video Suggestions
- Ideas about Family: Parents and Children Introduction Nonfiction Reading: Nothing Lasts a Hundred Years, from Days of Obligation: An Argument with My Father
Reading: Notes of a Native Son
Reading: Mother of the Year
Reading: Shooting Dad
Fiction Reading: Mother
Reading: My Mothern++s Memoirs, My Fathern++s Lie, and Other True Stories
Reading: Everyday Use
Reading: River of Names
Poetry Reading: A Chinese Banquet
Reading: Nikki-Rosa
Graphic Fiction Reading: Jimmy Corrigan: The Smartest Kid on Earth
Visual Texts Visual: For Dragonboat Festival
Visual: Mother and Child
Visual: Family Eating Dinner in Kitchen
Audio Texts Audio Track
Richard Rodriguez Audio Track
Paul Theroux Audio Track
Grace Paley Audio Track
Alice Walker Additional Audio Resources Connections For Writing Video Suggestions
- Ideas about Education: Stories from School Introduction Nonfiction Reading: Claiming an Education
Reading: New Spelling of My Name, from Zami, Audre Lorde Reading: Teaching as a Subversive Activity
Reading: The Graduation, from I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
Fiction Reading: The Lesson
Bambara Reading: The School
Reading: Saint Marie, from Love Medicine
Reading: Pauln++s Case: A Study in Temperment, Willa Cather Poetry Reading: We Real Cool
Reading: The History Teacher
Graphic Fiction Reading: Remembrance of Things Past: Combray, Marcel Proust, illustrated
Visual Texts Visual: Marshals escort girls from school, New Orleans, 1960 Visual: In the Schoolroom
Duverger Visual: Schoolhouse and pupils, 1913
Audio Texts Audio Track 3
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