iLit From Discord to Discourse: A Collection of Contemporary Canadian Essays by Danielle Desjardins-KoloffiLit From Discord to Discourse: A Collection of Contemporary Canadian Essays by Danielle Desjardins-Koloff

iLit From Discord to Discourse: A Collection of Contemporary Canadian Essays

byDanielle Desjardins-Koloff, Lisa Loughlin, Ann Varty

Paperback | August 15, 2011

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From Discord to Discourse: A Collection of Contemporary Canadian Essays is part of McGraw-Hill Ryerson's iLit Collection of supplementary student resources for high school English courses. This title is a 156-page, soft-cover book that includes a rich collection of essays from various perspectives, intended to stimulate debate and discussion. This resource is designed to be appropriate for the grade 11 or 12 reader.

The multi-genre iLit Collection presents infinitely inspiring selections with high school student appeal, written specifically for iLit by Canadian authors such as Joseph Boyden, Mark Kingwell, Martha Brooks, and many more. ELA educators also have many flexible options to build their own iLit student resources. iLit student resources can be purchased by searching and choosing from the selections available in the online iLit Digital Collection, and building customized print or digital resources for high school English courses - purchase only what you need and want! Visit www.iLit.ca to learn more.
Title:iLit From Discord to Discourse: A Collection of Contemporary Canadian EssaysFormat:PaperbackDimensions:9.9 × 6.9 × 0.5 inPublished:August 15, 2011Publisher:McGraw-Hill EducationLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Section 1: The Narrative Essay

I Witness
by Michael Redhill

What Do You See When You Look at My Facebook?
by Micah Toub

I Love Smoking
by Joshua Knelman

Nobody Ever
by Ivan E. Coyote

Making Peace with Change
by Asna Adhami

The Nearest Exit May Be Behind You
by S. Bear Bergman

Susie Bernier (1914–2005)
by Jared Bland

Better Late Than Never
by Rupinder Gill


Section 2: The Expository Essay

Bad Improvements
by Mark Kingwell

Faking It
by Emily Landau

Billy and Us
by Marcus Gee

How To Be an Undividual
by David Koloff

Pardon Me, I’m Canadian
by Dominic Ali

Best Face Forward: The Global Rise of Plastic Surgery
by Katie Addleman

The Worth of a Boy
by Michele Shapiera

Remote Control: The Corporate Hold on Media
by Antonia Zerbisias

The Science of Happiness
by Kevin Chong

Conventionally Speaking
by Steven W. Beattie


Section 3: The Persuasive Essay

Creatures of Story
by Robert J. Wiersema

The Case for Ending Invasive Research on Chimpanzees
by Andrew Westoll

Multiculturalism: Canada’s Brand
by Marina Jimenez

N(O) Canada
by Stephen Marche

The War on Second Chances
by Sean Fine

The Fat-shaming Epidemic
by Julie Devaney

Making Note of Our Lives
by Alex Boyd

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