In Four by Four: Practical Methods for Writing Persuasively, well-known authors and teachers of writing Joyce Armstrong Carroll and Edward E. Wilson provide a practical guide to teaching students how to write persuasively. Organized in four chapters, each containing four sections, the text opens with a history of rhetoric that serves as a logical preface to the persuasive writing basics, guides, and patterns presented in the remainder of the book. It covers topics such as the Carroll/Wilson Inquiry Schemata as a data collection technique for persuasive writing, planning and organizing a persuasive paper, strategies for efficient editing, and writing the conclusion. Appropriate for educators who work with fourth-grade through college-level students in English and social studies, this guidebook spotlights the research process, a 21st-century skill that teachers should teach collaboratively with their school librarians.What does the AP exam require? What about the SAT? ... We recommend teachers share with students the rubrics and examples from a variety of tests. We further recommend students practice writing to the highest point value of each rubric for each essay. There is no ... What register of language would work best: instrumental, regulatory, contractual, perpetuating, personal? (See Appendix B, 16anbsp;...
|Title||:||Four by Four: Practical Methods for Writing Persuasively|
|Author||:||Joyce Armstrong Carroll Ed.D, H.L.D., Edward E. Wilson, New Jersey Writing Project|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2012-02-23|