By Charles Bazerman
Bazerman's The trained Writer teaches scholars to formulate unique arguments via fourteen other forms of writing actions, starting from short summaries to full-scale study papers. scholars are inspired to discover the shut connection among writing and interpreting, in addition to the social context for his or her writing. pupil writing examples and whole study papers version either MLA and APA styles.
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To a debater a point of view is an opinion, to an art critic it is the angle from which we view a piece of sculpture, and to a novelist it is the character through whose eyes we see the story. Certain loosely defined words like truth, objectivity, and freedom have been under dispute for centuries, and each user is likely to have a particular meaning in mind. If we want to understand a particular writer, we have to understand the word according to that writer's definition. Other words gain popularity so rapidly that they are used to describe many different ideas before anyone meaning gets established.
WRITING ASSIGNMENTS 1. Keep a reading journal for the next two weeks, while you work with the next two chapters of this book. Use the journal to explore your responses to the passages you are paraphrasing and summarizing. Try out as many different types of journal entries as you can, using the samples in this chapter as models and experimenting with different formats. For three of these passages, write double entries: one before class discussion and one after. At the end of the two weeks, read your entire journal and write a final entry commenting on it as a whole: What did you gain from writing the entries?
If there were not some agreement over the meaning of laws, our system of government would collapse. However, laws as originally phrased frequently have ambiguous or unspecific meanings, which leave unclear how they should be applied to a particular case. In all legal arguments, the courts must interpret the exact meaning of laws; thus many parts of legal decisions are a kind of extended paraphrase, clarifying the meaning and function of the laws. Legal textbooks, in turn, make use of these decisions and other legal precedents in order to restate the laws in terms of current legal practice.