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Spark your students' interest in writing with VIEWPOINTS. This thematically organized reader offers diverse perspectives on various themes and issues, including social concerns, media, human behavior, cultural differences, and human rights. With opening chapters that include substantial writing and reading instruction and writing assignments both at the end of each reading and on the web, VIEWPOINTS takes students' writing and critical-thinking skills to the next level. This thoroughly revised Seventh Edition builds on the success of previous editions with thirty-five new readings, all new photographs, author biographies, and source information for every selection.
Table of Contents
|Rhetorical Table of Contents|
|Viewpoints on Reading and Writing Essays|
|Viewpoints on Reading Essays|
|Keeping a Reading Journal|
|The Structure of an Essay|
|Order of Support|
|Before Going On|
|Understanding the Content|
|Separating Main Ideas from Supporting Details|
|Separating Fact from Opinion|
|Before Going On|
|Marking as You Read|
|""The Wet Drug"" by Pete Hamill|
|Collecting Words to Lea|
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