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Contribute a Verse: An Introduction to First Year Composition

Title: Contribute a Verse: An Introduction to First Year Composition: .
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Name(s): Bell, Chris, author
Long-Bennett, Tanya, author
Brauer, David, author
Brehe, Steven, author
Dodson, Karen, author
Edelman-Young, Diana, author
Gessell, Donna, author
Gilstrap, Shannon, author
Ng, Laura, author
Pearson, J. Stephen, author
Rifenburg, J. Michael, author

Long Bennett, Tanya, editor
Gessell, Donna, editor
Edelman-Young, Diana, editor
Type of Resource: Textbook
Date Issued: 2015
Abstract/Description: In response to the Affordable Learning Georgia initiative, Dr. Tanya Bennett and ten colleagues from the University of North Georgia have written Contribute a Verse: A Guide to First Year Composition. This peer reviewed textbook, published by the University of North Georgia Press, combines a composition rhetoric manual with grammar and documentation instruction and resources, components that can be flexibly arranged to fit instructors’ classroom plans. It includes a standard rhetoric instruction, information and practice for Standard English Grammar, and guidelines for the four most common documentation styles. Its reader compiles essays compiled for English 1101, focused for thematic discussion and selected for use in rhetorical analysis. The textbook also includes a glossary of pertinent terms and ancillary instructor resources. Its contents include Reading Critically/Engaging the Material; Rhetorical Situations; Effective Argument; Introductions and Conclusions; Logic of Assertion, Evidence, and Interpretation; Documentation; Visual Rhetoric; Multi-Modality; Inter-disciplinary Writing; and Grammar.
Identifier: ENC1101_03 (IID)
Note(s):

ENC1101, FRESHMAN COMPOSITION SKILLS I (GE CORE), 163-ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE.
Print-on-Demand (Fee): https://ung.edu/university-press/books/introduction-to-first-year-composition.php
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Links: https://ung.edu/university-press/books/introduction-to-first-year-composition.php
Use and Reproduction: All Rights Reserved. This textbook is not an open textbook. Affordable Learning Georgia has a special agreement with the University of North Georgia Press to make this text free to download for a limited time. Remixes and mass redistribution are not allowed in this agreement.
Host Institution: FLVC
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