Event Title

Constructive Connections ≈ Compelling Communication

Start Date

26-8-2017 1:55 PM

End Date

26-8-2017 2:20 PM

Description

To become better writers, students need to read great authors. Law students who want to become the best legal writers should read great literature and novels especially those with subtle themes and complicated plots. In a world of tweets, texts, and tablets, the connection between words and ideas is lost. In discussing my review of the book Reading Style: A Life in Sentences, by Comparative Literature Professor Jenny Davidson (Perspectives, Spring 2016), I will focus on necessary steps to improve students’ connections between words and sentences for enhanced communication and critical thinking.

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Aug 26th, 1:55 PM Aug 26th, 2:20 PM

Constructive Connections ≈ Compelling Communication

To become better writers, students need to read great authors. Law students who want to become the best legal writers should read great literature and novels especially those with subtle themes and complicated plots. In a world of tweets, texts, and tablets, the connection between words and ideas is lost. In discussing my review of the book Reading Style: A Life in Sentences, by Comparative Literature Professor Jenny Davidson (Perspectives, Spring 2016), I will focus on necessary steps to improve students’ connections between words and sentences for enhanced communication and critical thinking.