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The MVA explores the many perspectives of an argument by using multiple genres written from different points of view. As Cheryl Johnson and Jayne Moneysmith explain, the MVA is the instructor's answer to dullness, predictability, and disengagement-it invigorates teaching and energizes student writers by engaging them in informed role-playing, rigorous research, and sophisticated analysis.
Practical and teacher-centered, Multiple Genres, Multiple Voices presents a step-by-step approach to teaching the MVA in order to deepen student's critical thinking and sharpen their creative expression, all while meeting your college or university's core writing goals. It includes practical features such as:
A companion website has been developed as an integral component to support the use of this text. It provides an extensive collection of materials designed to enhance teaching MVAs, including suggestions for preliminary assignments that set up capstone MVAs, more activities to use in class, shorter capstone projects, assignment sheets, and class handouts.
Stimulate research and genuine intellectual conversation by using the MVA in your teaching of argument. Read Multiple Voices, Multiple Genres and find out why many voices are better than one.
|1||Multivoiced argument : a new view||1|
|2||How to write the multivoiced argument||11|
|3||Shorter multivoiced assignments||31|
|4||Reading, revising, and evaluating the multivoiced argument||41|
|5||Reflections and sources for further learning||51|
|App. A||Two capstone multivoiced arguments and supporting materials||59|