Everyday Arguments combines a highly-practical, student-oriented argument rhetoric with an anthology of illustrative readings drawn from everyday life. Part I includes thirteen chapters devoted to the actual demonstration of how to write arguments--ranginthrough the class and pursue their own ideas after they graduated, with their own students. ... They planned to take their chances with the draft, maybe start again at another college the following year or when they got out of the service, should ... Identify the unstated motivational link between cause and effect in this essay. 3.
|Title||:||Everyday Arguments: A Guide to Writing and Reading Effective Arguments|
|Author||:||Katherine J. Mayberry|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2008-02-01|