Now available together as a set for a discounted price: Writing A Successful Research Paper: A Simple Approach, by Stanley Chodorow, with, Writing with Sources, (Second Edition): A Guide for Students, by Gordon Harvey.
It builds upon and plays against the knowledge of previous knowers and
reporters, whom scholars call sources. ... It's the challenge of finding your own
voice in the midst of many other voices; of discovering in the constant presence of
teachers something that you ... 2 1 The Role of Sources Almost any record of 1
Author: Stanley Chodorow
Publisher: Hackett Publishing
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
A working guide for students conducting theological writing and research on theology and biblical studies courses, this book integrates the disciplines of writing, rhetoric, and theology, to provide a standard text for the teaching and mentoring of writing across the theological curriculum.As a theological rhetoric, it also encourages excellence in theological writing in the public domain by helping to equip students for their wider vocations as writers, preachers, and communicators in a variety of ministerial and professional contexts. This 2nd Edition includes new chapters on 'Writing Theology in a New Language', which explores the linguistic and cultural challenges of writing theology well in a non-native language, and 'Writing and Learning Theology in an Electronic Age', addressed to distance learning students learning to write theology well from online courses, and dealing with the technologies necessary to do so.
At its best, this dialogue is informed by intertextuality (the interdependence of all
written texts), polyphony (a multivocal chorus of ... in Bakhtin's work,66 how might
his “dialogical” perspective enrich your own writing of a critical-hermeneutical
essay? ... The second path was bridged by a WRITING THEOLOGY WELL 220
Concluding reflections: From building hermeneutical bridges to finding your own
Author: Lucretia B. Yaghjian
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
The second edition of Writing That Makes Sense takes students through the fundamentals of the writing process and explores the basic steps of critical thinking. Drawing upon over twenty years of experience teaching college composition and professional writing, David S. Hogsette combines relevant writing pedagogy and practical assignments with the basics of critical thinking to provide students with step-by-step guides for successful academic writing in a variety of rhetorical modes. New in the second edition: •Expanded discussion of how to write effective thesis statements for informative, persuasive, evaluative, and synthesis essays, including helpful thesis statement templates. •Extensive templates introducing students to conventions of academic discourse, including integrating outside sources, interacting with other writers’ ideas, and dialoguing with multiple perspectives. •Examples of academic writing from different disciplines illustrating essay titles, abstracts, thesis statements, introductions, conclusions, and voice. •Expanded discussion of voice in academic writing, including an exploration of active and passive voice constructions in different disciplines and tips on how to edit for clarity. •A new chapter on writing in the disciplines. •Updated sample student papers. •New readings with examples of opposing views and multiple perspectives.
We discover truth and come to a deeper understanding of this truth through
synthesis. ... and different voices (other writers), integrating these elements with
your own voice and ideas to generate your own unique approach to the issue or
Author: David S. Hogsette
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
A fully updated second edition of Sue Cowley's practical guide which provides a range of effective strategies for developing children's writing in the classroom. Written with her usual practicality, humour and optimism, Sue Cowley guides colleagues through all the stages of teaching writing - from motivating students to want to write through to helping them shape, structure and correct their work. This new edition contains two new chapters: one which will be of particular interest to primary teachers and the other concentrating on ways of developing writing right across the curriculum.
2nd Edition Sue Cowley. — a ... Involve your students in planning their own
learning — what do they want or need to learn? ... This is one of the most
complex aspects of being a writer: finding your own 'voice' and maintaining it so
that it shines ...
Author: Sue Cowley
Publisher: A&C Black
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This second edition of the highly successful Popular Singing serves as a practical guide to exploring the singing voice while helping to enhance vocal confidence in a range of popular styles. The book provides effective alternatives to traditional voice training methods, and demonstrates how these methods can be used to create a flexible and unique sound. This updated and thoroughly revised edition features a new chapter on training for popular singing, which incorporates recent movements in teaching the discipline across the globe, taking into account recent developments in the area. The book also features a new section on 'bridging' - ie. using all the technical elements outlined in the book to help the singer find their own particular expressive style to inspire more playfulness and creativity, both for the individual singer and for the teacher in practice and performance.
2nd edition Donna Soto-Morettini ... He still regularly switches effortlessly
between his trademark rock ballad sound (Michelle, Yesterday, The Long and ...
relationship between confidence and sound, between writing and style, between
mimicry and finding your own sound, and about singing and playing while
Author: Donna Soto-Morettini
Publisher: A&C Black
In this newly updated edition of the bestselling Reflections: Principles and Practice for Healthcare Professionals, the authors reinforce the need to invest in the development of reflective practice, not only for practitioners, but also for healthcare students. The book discusses the need for skilful facilitation, high quality mentoring and the necessity for good support networks. The book describes the 12 principles of reflection and the many ways it can be facilitated. It attempts to support, with evidence, the claims that reflection can be a catalyst for enhancing clinical competence, safe and accountable practice, professional self-confidence, self-regulation and the collective improvement of more considered and appropriate healthcare. Each principle is illustrated with examples from practice and clearly positioned within the professional literature. New chapters on appreciative reflection and the value of reflection for continuing professional development are included making this an essential guide for all healthcare professionals.
Each one of us has a voice, although it may of course be expressed in very
different ways. With this in mind we suggest that two fundamental skills of all
healthcare professionals are: firstly to discover and reflect on their own voice and
Author: Tony Ghaye
Publisher: Andrews UK Limited
First published in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
This book deliberately emphasizes an alternative source: finding your own voice
as you learn to teach. More than 80 per cent of the words in this book are written
by individuals learning to teach—by individuals who were finding their own ...
Author: Derek Featherstone
Information about Hawkins comes from Hawkins's autobiography, written with
Peter Goddard, Ronnie Hawkins: Last of the ... Information about Montana comes
from Mary A. Bufwack and Robert K. Oermann, Finding Her Voice: The Saga of ...
Author: Robert Cochran
Publisher: University of Arkansas Press
Category: Popular music
This all-new set of original science tales for children utilizes the power of storytelling to explore ecology's big ideas, providing extensive accompanying teacher support for maximum impact. • A dozen original tales that celebrate our relationship to the wild world through creative writing • More than 30 lesson plans for using the book's stories to the fullest, including separate plans for teaching each story to students at different levels • Dozens of original pen and ink drawings that illuminate the natural world • An annotated bibliography of books and websites for teachers and students, allowing further exploration of the ideas examined in the stories
RECENTLY, WHILE I WAS WORKING with a group of children aged 6 to 12 at a
weekend conference in Maine, we came ... If one of the core principals of this
book is to encourage you to tell your own story and empower your students to
Author: Brian "Fox" Ellis
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Analyzes interviews with students, teachers, and administrators to develop a new set of literacies essential for student success in the digital age. “To read John’s work is to take on the role of a patient listener … A book, like a piece of music, is scored for time, and I feel Time to Write is scored adagio.… I believe that Time to Write can be read as a critique of [the] time-chopping approach to education—and an argument for presence, for being fully open to experience, for being there … To do good work, we must enter something like ‘island time’ or what John calls ‘existential time’—or what is sometimes called ‘flow’ when we lose, at least temporarily, a sense of clock time.” — from the Foreword by Thomas Newkirk Twenty-five years ago, John Sylvester Lofty studied the influence of cultural time values on students’ resistance to writing instruction in an isolated Maine fishing community. For the new edition of Time to Write, Lofty returned to the island to consider how social and educational developments in the intervening years may have affected both local culture and attitudes toward education. Lofty discovered how the island time values that previously informed students’ literacy learning have been transformed by outside influences, including technology, social media, and the influx of new residents from urban areas. Building on the ethnographic findings of the original study, the new edition analyzes the current conflict between the digital age time values of constant connections and instant communication, and those of school-based literacy. Lofty examines the new literacies now essential for students in a technologically connected world, both those who aspire to continue the traditional island work of lobster fishing, and for the many who now choose to pursue other careers and attend college on the mainland.
Almost twenty-five years later, I am now asked that same question about the
second edition. ... I hope that each will hear his or her own voice speaking in the
work. ... special thanks first for introducing me to teachers and classrooms and
then for finding time in their heavily-scheduled days to talk at length about their
Author: John Sylvester Lofty
Publisher: SUNY Press
This is an approachable, easy-to-use guide to improving one's singing voice. It takes a similar approach used in other Idiot's Guide music books to guide the reader step-by-step through the process of becoming a real singer. Readers will learn how to find their ideal singing range, how best to practice, how to improve basic technique, how to stand and breathe properly, how to sing in different musical styles, and how to move beyond singing in the shower to singing in public. Both solo and ensemble singing are covered, as is the concept of sight singing. The book is filled with numerous illustrations and musical examples, as well as fun and productive singing exercises. Unlike more traditional vocal instruction books, Idiot's Guide: Singing takes a "fast-track" approach to the topic, so that budding vocalists start singing right from the very start. The book even shows readers how to sing in different musical styles (pop, rock, country, classical, etc.) and how to perform live-including proper microphone technique. This second edition of Idiot's Guide: Singing is accompanied by a variety of audio exercises and examples, which will be available online. These online examples and exercises replace the CD-based audio tracks available with the first edition, and will help to make the exercises more immediately accessible and lower the cost of the new edition.
Chapter 3: Finding Your Range 21 Sopranos are further subdivided into types
according to their differing timbres, ranges, and ... The most familiar or generally
accepted soprano voice is the brie soprano; this is the “standard” soprano voice.
Author: Phyllis Fulford
Offers advice and tips for creating an appearance and presence in the workplace that can help to foster success and advancement.
It wasn't until I healed and protected my voice that I could hear the difference.
How do you sound? To find out, record yourself. Capture yourself everywhere—
on the phone, in your own office, at lunch. Considering asking permission to tape
Author: Susan Morem
Publisher: Infobase Publishing
The rural, Lao-speaking people of northeastern Thailand constitute over a third of the entire population of Thailand. Over the last century, this ethnically separate community has evolved from a traditional peasantry into “cosmopolitan” villagers who are actively shaping Thai politics. Eminent anthropologist Charles Keyes traces this evolution in detail, beginning with the failure of a Buddhist millenarian uprising in 1901–2 and concluding with the successful election of the Thai Rak Thai/Pheu Thai Party in the 2000s. In the intervening century, rural northeasterners have become more educated and prosperous, and they have gained a sophisticated understanding of the world and of their position in it as Thai citizens. Although northeasterners have often been thwarted in their efforts to press government agencies to redress their grievances, they have rejected radical revolutionary efforts to transform the Thai political system. Instead, they have looked to parliamentary democracy as the system in which they can make their voices heard. As the country engages with the processes of democracy, the Pheu Thai Party and the Red Shirt movement appear to have established the people of northeastern Thailand as an authentic voice in the nation’s political landscape. Highlights • Traces the evolution of a marginalized peasantry into a significant political force in Thai society • Examines the disjunction between the urban middle-class negative perspectives on the northeastern Thai rural population and real characteristics of that population • Highlights the different views of political authority and legitimacy in Thailand that have contributed to the twenty-first century crisis in the Thai political order What Others Are Saying “Finding Their Voice by anthropologist Charles Keyes is a culmination of decades of careful ethnography consistently combined with an astute political analysis and sense of history. Reminiscent of Eugen Weber’s classic, “Peasants into Frenchmen,” Keyes’s book shows that the people of Isan have become the makers and undoers of governments and are more firmly wedded to the modern notion of parliamentary democracy than are the refined urban elites. This book has as much to say about the polarized politics of Thailand as it does about the rich culture and history of Isan.” —Philip Hirsch, University of Sydney
THE SARIT ERA The political relationship between the Northeast and the Thai
polity was transformed in a markedly ... He then returned to Thailand to stage a
second coup in 1958, replacing Field Marshal Thanom Kittikachorn, who as
Author: Charles Keyes
Publisher: Silkworm Books
A Practical Handbook from Traditional and Contemporary Sources Rabbi Dayle
A. Friedman, MSW, MA, BCC ... It is the kind of listening that enables others to
come to speech, to find their own voice. As early feminists discovered, it is
Author: Rabbi Dayle A. Friedman, MSW, MA, BCC
Publisher: Jewish Lights Publishing
Writing has taken over my life.. in a good way. My thoughts continually are geared towards my next song. Sometimes I get a few lines in my head when I am driving and I have to pull over the car and write them down! No matter where I am, I get the urge to write. I could be talking to a neighbor, or be in the middle of mass at church and a word or phrase will pop into my head and whoa! -a new song is born! More than anything I love, love, love, the peace of mind songwriting allows me to have. Most of my lyrics take me 15 to 30 minutes to write. There was a time when I was writing 6-8 lyrics in a day. Sometimes I would sit there and stare at my pencil asking why did you stop? I swear at times the pencil kept moving like I wasnt even thinking of what to write. This is my first edition. I hope to continue with future editions as I am still writing new songs everyday. Someday I hope to put my lyrics to my own music and I recently started taking piano lessons. Hey, we all know life is a learning process; a learning curve, we need to experience the turns with the ride! I wish you all success with this book and look forward to seeing some of you with me when it comes to award times!
Chorus Nervousness in each moment, cause your feelins not doormeant. Back in
your mind, bein careful bein careful, whoe whoe, trouble don't want to find. A
warnin voice, a warnin voice, yes your conscious, that warnin voice. 2nd Verse ...
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Make money doing what you love. Kari Chapin’s insightful and inspiring guide to turning your crafting skills into earned income has been completely revised and updated. The Handmade Marketplace is filled with proven techniques that can help you brand your business, establish a client base, sell your products, and effectively employ all aspects of social media. Learn how easy it is to enjoy a lucrative career while leading the creative life you’ve always craved.
Loads of creative people feel that their talents, while vast and varied, end when it
comes to writing. ... Finding. Your. Voice. What does “voice” mean, anyhow? It
means style. Just as you found your crafting style, you'll find your writing style
Author: Kari Chapin
Publisher: Storey Publishing
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
This new edition of Bill Nichols’s bestselling text provides an up-to-date introduction to the most important issues in documentary history and criticism. Designed for students in any field that makes use of visual evidence and persuasive strategies, Introduction to Documentary identifies the distinguishing qualities of documentary and teaches the viewer how to read documentary film. Each chapter takes up a discrete question, from "How did documentary filmmaking get started?" to "Why are ethical issues central to documentary filmmaking?" Carefully revised to take account of new work and trends, this volume includes information on more than 100 documentaries released since the first edition, an expanded treatment of the six documentary modes, new still images, and a greatly expanded list of distributors.
a. Voice. oftheir. own? 3. The Qualities of Voice If documentaries represent
issues and aspects, qualities and problems found ... The question of speech
raises the question of “voice,” but finding and having a voice involves more than
using the ...
Author: Bill Nichols
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Category: Performing Arts
Last year The Voice UK changed Leanne Mitchell's life forever. This is the exclusive, full story of that incredibly journey told in her own words. ‘Half of me was overwhelmed to have won the show and the other half was scared stiff because I knew that from that moment on I really did have to prove myself... OK, so I have just won The Voice! What the hell happens now?’ The Voice UK was the unique opportunity Leanne Mitchell had been waiting for. She had been so close to success before, including a record deal that took her to America but didn’t work out. Leanne knew that this could be her last chance to realise her dream of becoming a recording artist and she had to give that dream one last shot... This is the story of a true vocal talent, how she finally found confidence in herself and went on to win the first series of The Voice UK and a major record deal.
We'd been told to prepare a shortened ninety-second version for the audition so I'
d chopped the first verse in half to get to the bridge into the chorus quickly, as
normally the song is quite a slow starter. I wanted to make it my own a little bit but
Author: Leanne Mitchell
Publisher: Random House
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Background Noise follows the development of sound as an artistic medium and illustrates how sound is put to use within modes of composition, installation, and performance. While chronological in its structure, Brandon LaBelle's book is informed by spatial thinking - weaving architecture, environments, and the specifics of location into the work of sound, with the aim of formulating an expansive history and understanding of sound art. At its center the book presupposes an intrinsic relation between sound and its location, galvanizing acoustics, sound phenomena, and the environmental with the tensions inherent in what LaBelle identifies as sound's relational dynamic. For the author, this is embedded within sound's tendency to become public expressed in its ability to travel distances, foster cultural expression, and define spaces while being radically flexible. This second expanded edition includes a new chapter on the non-human and subnatural tendencies in sound art, revisions to the text as well as a new preface by the author. Intersecting material analysis with theoretical frameworks spanning art and architectural theory, performance studies and media theory, Background Noise makes the case that sound and sound art are central to understandings of contemporary culture.
Contents Preface to the Second Edition Introduction: Auditory Relations Fade In
Part 1:4'33": Sound and Points of Origin 1 ... Group Ongaku's Performative Labors
Part 2: Box with the Sound of Its Own Making: From Gags to Sculptural Form
Introduction to Part 2 Chapter ... Power Plays of Voice Chapter 8 Finding Oneself:
Alvin Lucier and the Phenomenal Voice Chapter 9 Word of Mouth: Christof
Author: Brandon LaBelle
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
Finding Your Way in the Second Half of Life: Easyread Edition Richard J. Leider
... He was not carrying a heavy load full of regrets, but he did want to open his
heart more in his relationships and to “speak his true voice with more courage at
Author: Richard J. Leider