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by Renee Shea   Organizational psychologist Adam Grant advises to “argue like you’re right, but listen like you’re wrong.” And he’s not advising our budding rhetoricians in AP® Lang but high powered leaders of business, industry, and government. His message is the same, though: listen to multiple perspectives and listen to learn, even when it’s… (Show more)
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ryan.derenberger
From my students: Are there any similarities you have noticed in essays that score a '9' that do not appear in other essays? What do these essays do best?
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ryan.derenberger
Rhetorical Analysis   From my students: To avoid writing ourselves into corners, and to analyze without cliché, are there any “thin” rhetorical devices that we should avoid using?
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Kathy Tyson
How can a teacher get the support materials for Literature and Composition: Reading, Writing, and Thinking Second Ed.  ??? Thank you, Kathy Tyson, M.Ed., BCBA
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