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Mobile Ed: Introduction to Writing Bundle (3 courses)

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No matter your context, writing is crucial. When you have information that you need to get across to an audience, how much you can successfully transmit is directly proportional to how well you write. This series of courses by Richard Newton will help you improve as a writer. You will learn some of the basic skills you need to not only communicate your point effectively but also to hold the attention of others compellingly. You’ll learn how to write what you mean in a meaningful way that persuades others. You will develop graceful and impactful ways to conclude a writing piece and discover tools you can use to sharpen your work, and consider worthwhile ways to strategically revise your writing on your own and in community. Whether you are interested in becoming a better author, essayist, preacher, or public speaker these courses will help you hone your craft.

  • Title: Introduction to Writing Bundle
  • Instructors: Richard Newton
  • Publisher: Lexham Press
  • Publication Date: 2020
  • Product Type: Logos Mobile Education
  • Resource Type: Courseware, including transcripts, audio, and video resources
  • Courses: 3
  • Video Hours: 4.5
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ED321 An Introduction to Writing Well

  • Instructor: Richard Newton
  • Video units: 1.5

An Introduction to Writing Well (ED321) shows students how to write effective introductions to essays and sermons and provides them with a tool to improve their reading comprehension and note-taking skills.

Contents:

Introduction
  • Introducing the Speaker and Course
Unit 1: Get-to-the-Point Introduction
  • Writing Is Social
  • Captivate, Build Rapport, and Telegraph
  • Topics
  • Topic Examples from Different Genres
  • Research Question and Examples
  • Thesis Statement and Examples
Unit 2: Questions and Tips
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Note-Taking with the Get-to-the-Point Introduction
  • Diagnosing Misreadings
  • Trouble-Shooting Your Introduction
  • Get-to-the-Point Introduction Checklist
Conclusion
  • What Good Writing Entails

ED322 Teaching and Advancing an Argument

  • Instructor: Richard Newton
  • Video hours: 1.5

Teaching and Advancing an Argument (ED322) shows students how to write persuasive body paragraphs for essays and sermons and provides them with a strategy for reading more efficiently.

Contents:

Introduction
  • Introducing the Speaker and Course
Unit 1: Acing the Argument One Paragraph at a Time
  • Admirable Author Traits
  • The ACE Body Paragraph Model
  • Function of Assertion
  • Function of Evidence
  • Function of Commentary
  • Argument in Reflective Essays
  • Argument in Theological Writing
  • Argument in Sermons
Unit 2: Working with the ACE Model
  • Troubleshooting the ACE Model
  • Reading Efficiently with ACE
  • Visualization Tools
Conclusion
  • Arguing Like an ACE

ED323 Refinishing Your Writing: Conclusions and Revisions

  • Instructor: Richard Newton
  • Video hours: 1.5

Refinishing Your Writing: Conclusions and Revisions (ED323) shows students how to write skillful conclusions to essays and sermons, as well as how to revise their writing to present a polished and persuasive finished product.

Contents:

Introduction
  • Introducing the Speaker and Course
Unit 1: Get-Out-of-the-Way Conclusion
  • Dealing with Writer’s Block
  • Get-Out-of-the-Way Conclusion Components
  • Conclusion for a Reflective Essay
  • Conclusion for a Theological Essay
  • Conclusion for a Sermon
Unit 2: Revision, Checklist, and FAQs
  • Revising Writing
  • Final Checklist
  • Real Talk about Grammar
  • Writing on the Computer
  • Endings in Different Genres
Conclusion
  • Creating Moments with an Audience

Richard Newton is curator of the online social media professional development network Sowing the Seed: Fruitful Conversations in Religion, Culture, and Teaching. From blog posts to podcasts to videos, Dr. Newton brings scholars together to help germinate the kind of exchanges that make for better learning in the classroom and beyond.

Dr. Newton earned his PhD in Religion in critical comparative scriptures from Claremont Graduate University. He has an MDiv from Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University and a double BA in religion and anthropology from Texas Christian University. He has published in top-tier journals and collections on issues ranging from biblical studies to theory and method in the study of religion. He is the author of Identifying Roots: Alex Haley and the Anthropology of Scriptures.

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