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DiYanni
ISBN: 978-1-119-15487-7
Paperback
272 pages
April 2017, Wiley-Blackwell
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  • Table of Contents

Part One Frameworks and Approaches

Chapter 1 Reading Responsively, Reading Responsibly: An Approach to Critical Reading
Robert DiYanni

Being Critical

Responsible Reading, Responsive Reading

A Framework for Critical Reading

Making Observations

Establishing Connections

Making Inferences

Drawing Conclusions and Considering Values

Demonstration--E.B. White on the Moonwalk

Application--Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address

A Bit of Context / A Suite of Exercises

Reflective Reading--Reading and Living

References

Chapter 2 Reciprocal Acts: Reading and Writing
Pat C. Hoy II

A Story of Necessity

Acts of Conception

Working from Images

Remembering Spontaneity

Becoming More Systematic

Merging What and How

Writing as Representation, Writing as Composition

References

Chapter 3 A Shared Horizon: Critical Reading and Digital Texts
Anton Borst

Critically Reading the Digital Native

Responding to the Digital Native

A Shared Horizon

Devices, Screens, and Digital Native Reading Practices

Conclusion

References

Part Two Critical Reading in the Disciplines

Chapter 4 Critical Reading and Thinking: Rhetoric and Reality
Larry Scanlon

Rhetorical Challenges

Ways of Reading

Logos, Ethos, Pathos

Demonstration: Annotating a Speech

Everything’s An Argument: Not It’s Not! Yes it Is!

A Suite of Exercises

Conclusion

Notes

References

Chapter 5 The Community of Literature: Teaching Critical Reading and Creative Reflection
Adrian Barlow

Ways of Reading

Textual Conversations--Critical Dialogue

Creative Reflection

Demonstration--Hardy’s “In a Museum”

Broadening Context

Application--Middlemarch, Chapter XXIX

Contemporary Contexts

Notes

References

Chapter 6 Approaching Intellectual Emancipation: Reading Art, Art History, and Wikipedia
Amy Hamlin

Introduction--Reconsidering Wikipedia

Reading Art: The Visual Analysis

Reading Art History: The Annotated Bibliography

Guidelines for Critical Reading of Art History

Introducing the Annotated Bibliography

Reading Wikipedia: The Comparative Analysis

Conclusion

Notes

References

Chapter 7 Reading History
Michael Hogan

Basic Matters

Challenges for Teachers

Three Kinds of Reading

Selecting Historical Documents for Analysis

Marking and Preparing Historical Documents

Reading Abraham Lincoln’s House Resolutions 12/22/1847 Reading Martin Luther King, Jr.’s Speech Opposing the Vietnam War

Conclusion

Some Useful Sources for Critical Reading in History

References

Chapter 8 Philosophy and the Practice of Questioning
Matt Statler

Questioning Toward Truth

How Can We Know Anything at All?

Asking Questions

The Pedagogy of Paradox

A Numbing Process

Knowing and Doing the Good

Truth is Fleeting

Toward Practical Wisdom

Analysis in Practice

Multiple Framing

Reflective Explorations of Meaning

So What? The Effects of Reading Philosophy Critically

Notes

References

Chapter 9 Engaging Religious Texts
Tom Petriano

Introduction--“Pay Attention!”

Reading as an Embodied and Dialogic Act

Insights from the Religions

Christianity

Wisdom from the Monastic Tradition of

Lectio Divina

Judaism

Islam

Hinduism

Buddhism

The Three Worlds of Religious Texts

Practices for Engaging Religious and Theological Texts

Conclusion

References

Chapter 10 Gender Studies as a Model for Critical Reading
Pamela Burger

Gender Studies and Critical Reading

Deconstructing Gender

Documentary Projects

Staging the Documentary Project

Aesthetic Distance and Ironic Images of Gender

Melanie Pullen’s High Fashion Crime Scenes and Cindy Sherman’s Centerfolds, 1981

References

Chapter 11 Reading Films
William V. Costanzo

Personal Response

Analyzing Story

Basic Film Terms

Formal Analysis

Genre Analysis

Cultural Analysis

Historical Analysis

Representation in Film

Film Theory

Exercises

References

Chapter 12 Thinking Through Drama
Louis Scheeder

Drama and Argument

The Classical Studio

The Structure of Verse

Following the Verse

Exercises

Conclusion

References

Chapter 13 Reading and Teaching Pop Songs
Thomas M. Kitts

Popular Music and Its Contexts

Reading a Pop Song

Exercise

Writing about Music

Comparing Songs

Theodor Adorno’s Criticism of Pop Music

Socially Conscious Music

Additional Writing Assignments

Conclusion

References

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