With more analytical reading coverage than any other composition text, Reading Critically, Writing Well, 12th Edition, (ePub/PDF) assists college students to read for meaning and reading like a writer. A robust catalog of reading strategies accompanies assignment chapters that include four expository genres, including autobiography/literacy narratives and reflection, and four argumentative genres, including evaluation and proposal. Every chapter starts with a guide to reading that challenges students to evaluate the authors’ techniques, and ends with a step-by-step guide to writing and revising that helps them implement these techniques to their own essays. The challenging readings throughout represent an array of disciplines and topics.
This new edition brings on renowned reading scholar Ellen Carillo (University of Connecticut), and offers more opportunities for students to learn and practice intricate reading and writing strategies, with a new focus on inquiry, curiosity, and habits of mind. Engaging readings, accessible instruction, and effective writing assignments make Reading Critically, Writing Well 12e perfect for instructors who want to show critical analysis and the effective rhetorical choices that students can make in their own writing.
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