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Student Course Guide for The Writer's Odyssey 3rd Edition

Diane Martin

  • Published
  • Previous Editions 2009, 2008
  • 160 Pages

Overview

The STUDENT COURSE GUIDE FOR THE WRITER'S ODYSSEY, Third Edition, is for exclusive use with the Dallas TeleLearning course, The Writer's Odyssey. An integral component to the course, the Student Course Guide acts as a bridge between the two other resources that make up the course: The Writer's Odyssey video series and the INVENTING ARGUMENTS 3E text. Each chapter in the guide outlines the lesson goals and objectives, assignments from the text (including an argument handbook and a research guide) and enrichment activities that assist students as they write.

Diane Martin, Dallas County Community College District

  • Each chapter in the guide outlines the lesson goals and objectives, assignments from the text (including an argument handbook and a research guide) and enrichment activities that assist students as they write.
  • The Third Edition of STUDENT COURSE GUIDE FOR THE WRITER'S ODYSSEY has been revised to reflect content changes in INVENTING ARGUMENTS 3E.
To the Student.
Course Organization.
Course Guidelines.
Introduction to Lesson Videos.
1. Everyday Research.
2. The Elements of Argument.
3. Refining a Thesis.
4. Building Support.
5. Voicing an Argument.
6. Gathering Research.
7. Integrating Research.
8. Documenting Research.
9. Arguing with Agility.
10. Arguing with Complexity.
11. Arguing with Intensity.
12. Arguing Arguments.
13. Finding Hidden Arguments.

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  • ISBN-10: 113392400X
  • ISBN-13: 9781133924005
  • STARTING AT $13.49

  • ISBN-10: 113343407X
  • ISBN-13: 9781133434078
  • Bookstore Wholesale Price $56.25
  • RETAIL $74.95

Cengage provides a range of supplements that are updated in coordination with the main title selection. For more information about these supplements, contact your Learning Consultant.

FOR INSTRUCTORS

Student Course Guide for The Writer's Odyssey

ISBN: 9781133434078
The STUDENT COURSE GUIDE FOR THE WRITER'S ODYSSEY, Third Edition, is for exclusive use with the Dallas TeleLearning course, The Writer's Odyssey. An integral component to the course, the Student Course Guide acts as a bridge between the two other resources that make up the course: The Writer's Odyssey video series and the INVENTING ARGUMENTS 3E text. Each chapter in the guide outlines the lesson goals and objectives, assignments from the text (including an argument handbook and a research guide) and enrichment activities that assist students as they write.

FOR STUDENTS

Student Course Guide for The Writer's Odyssey

ISBN: 9781133434078
The STUDENT COURSE GUIDE FOR THE WRITER'S ODYSSEY, Third Edition, is for exclusive use with the Dallas TeleLearning course, The Writer's Odyssey. An integral component to the course, the Student Course Guide acts as a bridge between the two other resources that make up the course: The Writer's Odyssey video series and the INVENTING ARGUMENTS 3E text. Each chapter in the guide outlines the lesson goals and objectives, assignments from the text (including an argument handbook and a research guide) and enrichment activities that assist students as they write.