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Author Lowe, Charlie.

Title Writing Spaces : Readings on Writing Vol. I / Charlie Lowe, Pavel Zemliansky
Published Minneapolis Open Textbook Library 2010
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Contents Ch. 1: Introduction: Open Source Composition Texts Arrive for College Writers by Robert E. Cummings -- Ch. 2: What is Academic Writing by L. Lennie Irvin -- Ch. 3: So You've Got a Writing Assignment. Now What? by Corrine E. Hinton -- Ch. 4: The Inspired Writer vs. the Real Writer by Sarah Allen -- Ch. 5: Backpacks vs. Briefcases: Steps Toward Rhetorical Analysis by Laura Bolin Carroll -- Ch. 6: From Topic to Presentation: Making Choices to Develop Your Writing by Beth L. Hewett -- Ch. 7: Taking Flight: Connecting Inner and Outer Realities during Invention by Susan E. Antlitz -- Ch. 8: Reinventing Invention: Discovery and Investment in Writing by Michelle D. Trim and Megan Lynn Isaac -- Ch. 9: "Finding Your Way In": Invention as Inquiry Based Learning in First Year Writing by Steven Lessner and Collin Craig -- Ch. 10: Why Visit Your Campus Writing Center? by Ben Rafoth -- Ch. 11: Finding the Good Argument OR Why Bother With Logic? by Rebecca Jones -- Ch. 12: I Need You to Say “I”: Why First Person is Important in College Writing by Kate McKinney Maddalena -- Ch. 13: Reflective Writing and the Revision Process: What Were You Thinking? by Sandra Giles -- Ch. 14: Wikipedia Is Good for You!? by James P. Purdy -- Ch. 15: Composing the Anthology: An Exercise in Patchwriting by Christopher Leary -- Ch. 16: Collaborating Online: Digital Strategies for Group Work by Anthony T. Atkins -- Ch. 17: Navigating Genres by Kerry Dirk
Summary Volumes in Writing Spaces: Readings on Writing offer multiple perspectives on a wide-range of topics about writing, much like the modelmade famous by Wendy Bishop's “The Subject Is . . .” series. In eachchapter, authors present their unique views, insights, and strategies forwriting by addressing the undergraduate reader directly. Drawing ontheir own experiences, these teachers-as-writers invite students to joinin the larger conversation about developing nearly every aspect of thecraft of writing. Consequently, each essay functions as a standalonetext that can easily complement other selected readings in writing orwriting-intensive courses across the disciplines at any level. Topics in Volume 1 of the series include academic writing, how to interpret writing assignments, motives for writing, rhetorical analysis, revision, invention, writing centers, argumentation, narrative, reflective writing, Wikipedia, patchwriting, collaboration, and genres
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Subject Humanities -- Textbooks.
Rhetoric -- Textbooks.
Genre/Form Textbooks.
Form Electronic book
Author Lowe, Charlie, author
Zemliansky, Pavel, author
Open Textbook Library, distributor
ISBN 9781602351844