A streamlined argument guide plus provocative thematic reader, Everything’s An Argument With Readings 8th Edition PDF helps students understand and analyze the arguments around them as well as create their own. Lucid explanations cover the classical rhetoric of the ancient Greeks through the multimodal rhetoric of today, with professional and student models of every type.
Everything’s An Argument With Readings 8th Edition PDF
Publisher: Bedford/St. Martin’s; 8th edition
Publication date: November 5, 2018
Page length: 848 pages
File Size: 55 MB
Everything’s An Argument With Readings 8th Edition PDF contains several new features. It offers more effective instruction tools: a section on argumentation’s place in the college curriculum; class exercises that apply course concepts to online sources; and an appendix with more than two dozen exemplary student essays, many with annotated sources. An argument timeline connects major studies of rhetoric and argument over the ages, while the appendix presents exemplary student work. A thematic reader gathers excerpts from writers across time and genres who share a common interest in the types of arguments identified by Aristotle. Everything’s an Argument is a reliable guide to the primary sources students should encounter as they investigate the arguments of ancient and modern scholars.
The main purpose of this book is to introduce pupils of all ages to cognitive psychology, particularly those interested in learning. A brief introduction to the field of cognitive psychology is given before readers are then introduced to basic concepts such as perception and memory, which help explain how children learn. Pupils are then introduced to some key features of psychology, such as short-term memory and several types of memory such as verbal and spatial memory.