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Integrations: Reading, Thinking, and Writing for College Success 1st Edition

William S. Robinson, Pam Altman

  • Published
  • 336 Pages

Overview

Using a unique case study approach and emphasizing collaborative learning, INTEGRATIONS helps students write well-crafted academic essays.

William S. Robinson, San Francisco State University

Pam Altman, San Francisco State University

1. CHOOSING OPTIONS.
In This Course You Will Write Essays.
How Do You Write an Essay?
Proofreading.
Case Study One: Martha Johnson's Inheritance.
Getting Your Writing Right.
Summary and Review.
2. EVALUATING INFORMATION.
Case Study One: George Maxwell's Decision.
Case Study Two: Should Denise Liu Be Working?
Case Study Three: Choosing a Treasurer.
Getting Your Writing Right.
Summary and Review.
3. MAKING COMPARISONS.
Case Study One: Luis Cardenas's Career Possibilities.
Case Study Two: Lavonne Williams's Working Future.
Case Study Three: Choosing an Administrative Assistant.
Getting Your Writing Right.
Summary and Review.
4. ARGUING A POSITION.
Case Study One: Jonetta Grissom's Future.
Case Study Two: The Athletes Club.
Case Study Three: General Education at Addams State.
Getting Your Writing Right.
Summary and Review.
5. RESPONDING TO ARGUMENTS.
Case Study One: Censorship of a High School Newspaper.
Case Study Two: Curfews for Teens.
Case Study Three: Santa Fe Independent School District v. Doe.
Getting Your Writing Right.
Summary and Review.
6. ANALYZING PRIMARY SOURCES.
Case Study One: The Abraham Lincoln Controversy.
Case Study Two: What Does the Second Amendment Mean?
Case Study Three: The Other Battle of Little Big Horn.
Getting Your Writing Right.
Summary and Review.
7. DEBATING ISSUES.
Case Study One: Media Violence and Children.
Case Study Two: Does Abuse Ever Justify Murder?
Case Study Three: The "Zero- Tolerance" Issue in Public Schools.
Getting Your Writing Right.
Summary and Review.
8. DESIGNING A RESEARCH PROJECT.
Case Study: The Beauty Mystique Workbook.