Four in One: Rhetoric, Reader, Research Guide, and Handbook
This rhetoric, reader, research paper guide, and brief handbook is the first writing text to fully explain the how's and why's of critical thinking. Four-in-One places the acts of writing and reading in a framework of critical thinking; a theme which is sustained throughout the chapters on the writing process and the patterns of organization. The discussion of critical thinking is integrated into the chapters on the writing process and the patterns of organization. Through this unique approach, students learn how to use reflective and critical thinking in writing and reading. The book is designed for maximum flexibility-each part of the book is self-contained. The readings section of the book is organized alphabetically so instructors are not locked into approaching any one reading from the perspective of a single rhetorical pattern. The text also features an ESL section in its handbook, a unique chapter on using the Internet for research, and individual and collaborative exercises throughout. > For those interested in developing their reading, writing and critical thinking skills.
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