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Think About It

Think About It

ISBN 9781285072524
Edition 1
Publication Date
Publisher Cengage
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Overview
INTRODUCTION: THINK PART I: LEARN THE MOVES. 1. Seek Complexity. 2. Seek Tension. 3. Apply Sources. 4. Apply a Concept. 5. Dismantle Arguments 6. Justify Your Position. 7. Change the Terms. 8. Escape the Status Quo. 9. Assess Your Thinking. PART II: READ THE MOVES. Recognize Genre. Don't Fear the Jargon. Seek Complexity. Steven D. Krause, 'Kissing Technology on the Mouth.' Stephanie Mills, 'Air.' Seek Tension. Matthew Yglesias, 'Was Paul's Boutique Illegal?' Virginia Postrel, 'The Substance of Style.' Apply Sources. Charlene Li and Josh Bernoff, 'Why You Should Care About the Groundswell.' Shawn Burks, 'The View from the Kitchen.' Apply a Concept. Bradford A. Smith, 'Superconductivity: A Super Idea.' 'Tiffany J. Smith, 'From Trickster to Heroic Savior: Jake Sully's Journey in Avatar.' Annette Wannamaker, 'The Implied Child Reader.' Dismantle Arguments. William J. Carpenter, 'Gossip, Empathy, and Uncomfortable Questions: Ashley Judd Changes the Conversation About Women.' Astrid Reed, 'The Sydney Opera House.' Justify Your Position. Joel Kotkin, 'Are Millennials the Screwed Generation?' Christine Overall, 'Think Before You Breed.' Change the Terms. John McCormick, 'The Third World.' Kathleen Schenck, 'Acronym Headaches.' Escape the Status Quo. Michael Anderson, 'When Race Is in the Room.' Barbara Ehrenreich, 'The 'Scientific' Argument for Cheer.' Assess Your Thinking. Ann Marie Paulin, 'Math vs. English.' Teresa Scollon, 'A Hard Look at Parking Lots.' PART III: APPLY THE MOVES. Explanatory and Descriptive Projects; Analytical Projects; Argumentative Projects; Reflective Projects. Glossary. Credits. Index.
Overview
INTRODUCTION: THINK PART I: LEARN THE MOVES. 1. Seek Complexity. 2. Seek Tension. 3. Apply Sources. 4. Apply a Concept. 5. Dismantle Arguments 6. Justify Your Position. 7. Change the Terms. 8. Escape the Status Quo. 9. Assess Your Thinking. PART II: READ THE MOVES. Recognize Genre. Don't Fear the Jargon. Seek Complexity. Steven D. Krause, 'Kissing Technology on the Mouth.' Stephanie Mills, 'Air.' Seek Tension. Matthew Yglesias, 'Was Paul's Boutique Illegal?' Virginia Postrel, 'The Substance of Style.' Apply Sources. Charlene Li and Josh Bernoff, 'Why You Should Care About the Groundswell.' Shawn Burks, 'The View from the Kitchen.' Apply a Concept. Bradford A. Smith, 'Superconductivity: A Super Idea.' 'Tiffany J. Smith, 'From Trickster to Heroic Savior: Jake Sully's Journey in Avatar.' Annette Wannamaker, 'The Implied Child Reader.' Dismantle Arguments. William J. Carpenter, 'Gossip, Empathy, and Uncomfortable Questions: Ashley Judd Changes the Conversation About Women.' Astrid Reed, 'The Sydney Opera House.' Justify Your Position. Joel Kotkin, 'Are Millennials the Screwed Generation?' Christine Overall, 'Think Before You Breed.' Change the Terms. John McCormick, 'The Third World.' Kathleen Schenck, 'Acronym Headaches.' Escape the Status Quo. Michael Anderson, 'When Race Is in the Room.' Barbara Ehrenreich, 'The 'Scientific' Argument for Cheer.' Assess Your Thinking. Ann Marie Paulin, 'Math vs. English.' Teresa Scollon, 'A Hard Look at Parking Lots.' PART III: APPLY THE MOVES. Explanatory and Descriptive Projects; Analytical Projects; Argumentative Projects; Reflective Projects. Glossary. Credits. Index.

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