Say Say Say is an intensely serious and careful book, which grapples with an unfashionable subject: the drive to be a good person, while wittily weighing human fallibility. In addition to explaining the basic moves, this book provides writing templates that show students explicitly how to make these moves in their own writing. They say/I say : the moves that matter in academic writing. An attempt at translation. What legacy publishers mean when they say… As an Open Access-advocate, the statements of legacy publishers can appear confusing or even downright misleading. Each publisher said that a good story will always be the defining reason they select a manuscript.

"They Say / I Say" shows that writing well means mastering some key rhetorical moves, the most important of which involves summarizing what others have said ("they say") to set up one's own argument ("I say"). [Gerald Graff; Cathy Birkenstein] -- "At a time when so many lament the decline of writing skills among Americans, They Say/I Say teaches the core moves of effective argumentative writing.

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Stories that are infused by your own experiences, world, and what you know, written in a way that only you can write it, is the key to those amazing stories. To help students accomplish this goal, they offer the following templates: The novel is particularly interesting about sexual politics and the romantic self: as a woke, young bisexual woman, Ella knows the effects of living in a patriarchy, but doesn’t know how to circumvent the damage.

Above all else, the story is what matters.

Draxler 2013 They Say, I Say: TEMPLATES FOR WRITING ABOUT RESEARCH They Say, I Say (Graff, Birkenstein, and Durst, 2012) shows students that “writing well means entering a conversation, summarizing others (they say) to set up one’s own argument (I say)” (xx). Eric Olson I Think I'm Still Breathin' ℗ 2016 Eric Olson under executive license to SnailWorx/S.