Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum

Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum Remaining one of the best selling interdisciplinary composition texts for over twenty five years Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum helpsreaders learn to write effectively for college

  • Title: Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum
  • Author: Laurence M. Behrens
  • ISBN: 9780205885435
  • Page: 467
  • Format: Paperback
  • Remaining one of the best selling interdisciplinary composition texts for over twenty five years, Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum helpsreaders learn to write effectively for college.

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    1. Jeffrey

      This one's pretty good. I like it because the assignments help you teach critical thinking, not just the reading of simple stories. Gets kinda boring after a while, just being entertained, doesn’t it? Where’s the challenge? Where’s the beef? Meatless, substance-less writing has become the norm--the main reason so many students have become academically and intellectually soft. This is the brief version of the popular cross—curricular classic of source-based writing. And it doesn't just sh [...]

    2. Susan Molloy

      Required college reading. Review: Useful for a particular English writing course that semester.

    3. Billie

      This book is filled with excellent resources for teachers as they prepare to equip their students for success in reading and writing in all areas of the curriculum. I especially enjoyed the lesson/unit plan ideas for teaching Cinderella and advertising to the students.

    4. Amy Kalvig

      I've been using this book for several semesters, and, find it to be one of the most complete textbooks for an entry-level composition class. The readings in the anthology section are good, however, getting stale after several semesters of use.This is a solid textbook and I highly recommend it.

    5. Fredrick Danysh

      Designed for teachers, this publication describes the skills and techniques to write in any educational subject not just language arts.

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