Viewpoints: readings worth thinking and writing about

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Houghton Mifflin Co., 2006 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 437 pages
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Viewpoints, a thematically organized reader, offers diverse perspectives on various themes and issues, such as work, media, human behavior, and cultural heritage. With opening chapters of substantial writing and reading instruction and with writing assignments both at the end of each reading and on the Web, Viewpoints, is an ideal reader for honing writing and critical-thinking skills. Students love Viewpoints, for its helpful guidance, such as pre-reading techniques; methods on evaluating an essay for content, structure, and point-of-view; and advice on choosing good essay topics. The Sixth Edition now includes new opportunities for collaboration.

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Contents

The Readings
3
Viewpoints on Writing Essays
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tent Looking at Structure and Style Evaluating the Authors Viewpoints
45
Copyright

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