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Student Course Guide for Writer's Circle 3rd Edition

Diane Martin

  • Published
  • Previous Editions 2010, 2008
  • 160 Pages

Overview

The STUDENT COURSE GUIDE FOR THE WRITER'S CIRCLE, Third Edition, is for exclusive use with the Dallas TeleLearning course, The Writer's Circle. 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 Circle video series and THE COMPOSITION OF EVERYDAY LIFE 4E text. Designed for students, each chapter in this booklet outlines the lesson goals and objectives, provides guidelines for assignments found in THE COMPOSITION OF EVERYDAY LIFE and features additional enrichment activities that assist students as they begin to write.

Diane Martin, Dallas County Community College District

  • Designed for students, each chapter in this booklet outlines the lesson goals and objectives, provides guidelines for assignments found in THE COMPOSITION OF EVERYDAY LIFE 4E and features additional enrichment activities that assist students as they begin to write.
  • This edition has been revised to reflect changes in THE COMPOSITION OF EVERYDAY LIFE, 4th Edition.
To the Student.
Course Organization.
Course Guidelines.
Introduction to Lesson Videos.
1. Exploring the Process.
2. Explaining Relationships.
3. Observing Details.
4. Analyzing Concepts.
5. Analyzing Images.
6. Building Arguments.
7. Responding to Arguments.
8. Evaluating and Organizing.
9. Integrating Research.
10. Searching for Causes.
11. Imagining Solutions.
12. Discovering Voice.
13. Thinking Radically.
Appendix: Exploring the Arts.

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  • ISBN-10: 1285411161
  • ISBN-13: 9781285411163
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