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Writing to Read, Reading to Write presents reading, writing, and critical thinking as engaging and complementary endeavors. This focus on reading also gives students who are underprepared for the first-year composition course, or in the co-requisite support sections, a chance to practice those skills and re-apply them as they develop college level work. Designed for the broad mix of students who enter today's first-year composition course - and for the instructors who support them - Writing to Read, Reading to Write offers a process-oriented, recursive approach that supports student learning. Each chapter is based on a thought-provoking question to provide opportunities for critical thinking and includes essay prompts for students to focus their reading and plan their writing. The structure of Writing to Read, Reading to Write allows for flexibility in different approaches to teaching first-year composition.
Chapter 1 Introduction to College Reading and Writing
Chapter 2 Active Reading and Writing
Chapter 3 Reading and Writing During the Writing Process
Spotlight on Student Writing: Annotating and Evaluating Student Writing
Part 2: Essential Elements of College Reading and Writing
Chapter 4 Reading and Writing Paragraphs
Chapter 5 Reading and Writing Essays
Chapter 6 Writing About Reading
Spotlight on Student Writing: Reading and Analyzing Student Writing
Part 3: Reading and Writing about Texts
Chapter 7 Responding to Texts
Chapter 8 Reading and Writing Arguments
Chapter 9 Planning a Research Paper
Chapter 10 Writing a Research Paper
Spotlight on Student Writing: Evaluating and Analyzing Student Writing
Part 4: Anthology of Theme-Based Readings
Theme: Do Social Media Connect Us—Or Isolate Us?
Theme: What Makes Us Happy?
Theme: Can Head Injuries Be Prevented in Sports?
Grammar and Style Handbook
Documentation Resource Guide
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- To get started, visit connect.mheducation.com to sign in. (If you do not have an account, request one from your McGraw Hill rep. To find your rep, visit Find Your Rep)
- Then, under "Find a Title," search by title, author, or subject
- Select your desired title, and create a course. (You do not have to create assignments, just a course instance)
- Go to your Connect course homepage
- In the top navigation, select library to access the title's instructor resources
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