Bridging the gap between personal and academic writing, The Curious Reader is a composition reader that introduces students to the unique reading strategies used by writers who research. Beginning with essays and creative nonfiction, readings that many students will be surprised to discover are research based, The Curious Reader leads students to see the many connections between all fact-based writing, whether it's a personal essay or an article from a scholarly journal. The Curious Reader invites students to become active researchers as they are encouraged to confront underlying beliefs that either hinder or help their fact-based writing. Questions and assignments ask students to explain, evaluate, explore, and reflect on what they have read and how it has changed their thinking.
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Book Description Longman, 2005. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Preface. Introduction. I. The Process Of Inquiry. 1. Acquiring the Inquiry Habit. Start with Questions Before Answers. Exercise 1.1: Twenty Ways to See a Blackbird. Using an Open-ended Process. Choose an Inquiry Strategy. Investigate in a Rhetorical Context. Exercise 1.2: Practice with the Strategy of Inquiry. Inquiry and Research. 2. The Inquiring Reader. Exercise 2.1: Autobiography of a Reader. Exercise 2.2: What Makes a "Good Reader"? Inquiring Minds and Intellectual Coach Potatoes. Start with Questions Before Answers. Reading Behaviors and Perspectives. Techniques for Strategic Reading. 1. Choose an Inquiry Strategy. 2. Understand the Rhetorical Context. 3. Avoid Making Pastel Islands. 4. Read Twice. 5. Be a Conversationalist. Exercise 2.3: Practicing Dialectical Thinking. Exercise 2.4: Responding to Difficult Texts. Reading Images. Exercise 2.5: Reading Images. Exercise 2.6: Reading Graphics. Readers are Curious. 3. How Do You Know? Exercise 3.1: Your Ways of Knowing. Entitled to Your Own Opinion. Exercise 3.2: Knowing What is Appropriate Evidence. Not Entitled to an Opinion. Opinions in an Uncertain World. <P style="MARG. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0321365224
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