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Critical Approaches to Writing About Film This book explains how to prepare for and write various types of critical pieces on film. It distinguishes the four main critical formats of writing about film—the review, the critique, the comparative analysis and the documented research paper—from each other (why, when, and how to use each and the different aspects within each). The book provides theory, discussion, component examples and full samples of all formats discussed. The book also provides exercises and strategies to prepare t…

Teaching Evidence-Based Writing: Fiction: Texts and Lessons for Spot-On Writing About Reading (Corwin Literacy)One in a million. Yes, that’s how rare it is to have so many write-about-reading strategies so beautifully put to use. Each year Leslie Blauman guides her students to become highly skilled at supporting their thinking about texts, and in Evidence-Based Writing: Fiction, she shares her win-win process.  Leslie combed the ELA standards and all her favorite books and built a lesson structure you can use in two ways: with an entire text or with just the excerpts she’s included in the book. Ad…

Think About ItTHINK ABOUT IT aims to help users become more critical, active, academic thinkers by teaching nine essential intellectual practices that span the university. Beginning with overarching strategies for critical thinking and ending with interactive outlines that guide users into greater development and organization, THINK ABOUT IT provides key methods for users to think critically and powerfully. Available with InfoTrac Student Collections http://gocengage.com/infotrac….

Teaching Evidence-Based Writing: Nonfiction: Texts and Lessons for Spot-On Writing About Reading (Corwin Literacy)At heart, learning to read and write analytically is learning to think well For Evidence-Based Writing: Nonfiction, renowned teacher Leslie Blauman combed the standards and her classroom bookshelves to craft lessons that use the best nonfiction picture books, biographies, and article excerpts to make writing about reading a clear, concrete process. Students learn to analyze and cite evidence about main idea, point of view, visuals, and words and structure. And best of all, your students gain a…

[(Critical Approaches to Writing about Film)] [Author: John E Moscowitz] published on (September, 1999)At heart, learning to read and write analytically is learning to think well For Evidence-Based Writing: Nonfiction, renowned teacher Leslie Blauman combed the standards and her classroom bookshelves to craft lessons that use the best nonfiction picture books, biographies, and article excerpts to make writing about reading a clear, concrete process. Students learn to analyze and cite evidence about main idea, point of view, visuals, and words and structure. And best of all, your students gain a…

Critical Approaches to Writing About Film by John E. Moscowitz (1999-09-12)At heart, learning to read and write analytically is learning to think well For Evidence-Based Writing: Nonfiction, renowned teacher Leslie Blauman combed the standards and her classroom bookshelves to craft lessons that use the best nonfiction picture books, biographies, and article excerpts to make writing about reading a clear, concrete process. Students learn to analyze and cite evidence about main idea, point of view, visuals, and words and structure. And best of all, your students gain a…

Business Journalism: A Critical Political Economy ApproachBusiness Journalism: A Critical Political Economy Approach critically explores the failures of business journalists in striking the balance between the bottom line business model and their role in defending the public interest. Drawing on historical and political economic perspectives and analysing these in relation to critical political economic theory, the book explores failures of business journalism through the dwindling of social responsibility in the business journalist’s role in holdin…

Listen to This Plus NEW MyMusicLab with Pearson eText -- Access Card Package (3rd Edition) Listen to the music. Hear the elements. Expand your playlist.   Created for today’s students, Listen To This, 3/e provides readers with the tools to listen to music, hear the elements, and ultimately expand their musical horizons. Readers are encouraged to explore history, culture, and musical styles through active listening, not just through passive reading. By concentrating on the elements of music, students develop the ability to connect earlier music with their own music. Praised f…