Resources for teaching NextText: making connections across and beyond the disciplines
These resources for teaching NextText provide a variety of background materials on rhetorical situations, stylistic choices, and related genre conventions to help you and your students negotiate the texts they will find in the book. Along with numerous teaching tips, the manual provides: an overview of each reading, its genre, and its rhetoric and style; ideas on how to use the reading questions and writing suggestions; and advice on working with the unique end-of-chapter sections.
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