(Watson, 1988) Evolution of Jean Watson’s Carative Factors/Caritas Processes over time |Carative |Caritas Processes |Caritas Literacy (Competencies) | |Factors |(2002-2008) |(From draft of working document subgroup of | |(1979, 1985) |(Some agencies/individuals refer to the Caritas |International Caritas Consortium, June 2007, | | |Processes as “Caring Practices.”) |Watson, J., D’Alfonso, J., Duffy, J., Rigotti,| | | |G., and Woodward, T; modified by Jean Watson, | | | |Jan. 30, 2008) from Watson, J. (2008). | | |
Name: Assignment: Narrative Paragraph Date: 5-9-10 Writing Process Worksheet ASSIGNMENT: Write a narration paragraph of a significant event, occurrence, or issue that taught you something important or somehow changed your life. PURPOSE: |PURPOSE QUESTIONS |RESPONSE (written in complete sentences) | |What type of assignment will I be writing? |I will be writing a narration paragraph. | |What message do I want the audience to take away after reading this |The message I want the audience to take away from this paragraph is | |paragraph? |that horrifying events make you realized how perish life is.
DOCUMENT RESUME ED 438 508 CS 013 867 AUTHOR TITLE INSTITUTION ISBN PUB DATE NOTE AVAILABLE FROM Berghoff, Beth; Egawa, Kathryn A.; Harste, Jerome C.; Hoonan, Barry T. Beyond Reading and Writing: Inquiry, Curriculum, and Multiple Ways of Knowing. Whole Language Umbrella Series. National Council of Teachers of English, Urbana, IL. ; Whole Language Umbrella, Bloomington, IN. ISBN-0-8141-2341-4 2000-00-00 127p.
Power of the Particular Writers have to make choices in order to help persuade the reader to the author’s side of an argument. In the pieces “Reading Lolita in Tehran” by Azar Nafisi, “A Letter from Birmingham Jail” by Dr.Martin Luther King and “Against School” by John Taylor Gatto, these writing choices are included to grab the reader’s attention and to convince people to agree with their side of a problem. Each author uses the power of the particular to grab the reader’s attention and bring them to their side of a conflict. Power of the particular is used in many different ways such as, imagery, stories and their own personal experience. King and Nafisi bring a lot of imagery by describing to the reader many true events that have occurred in their community.
Based on the reading “Writing for an audience” by Linda Flower. Her goal as a writer is to try and relate with the audience with her writing. She discusses different aspects such as analyzing the audience, which involves knowledge, attitude and the needs that are desired by the audience. In my opinion, I have to say that I agree with the writer. This is because, before we can write a piece, we need to analyze the audience that we are writing to.
116) The first step, “Prewriting to Find and Focus Ideas”, is where the writer decides on a topic on which to write about. The writer will also narrow the topic to avoid producing an essay that covers too broad a material with not enough specific information. The aurthor will need to determine an audience and point of view during this stage of the writing process. All of this together is part of the writing process and gives the writer direction and fosters creativity. After one has completed the prewriting process they should begin developing their thesis statement.
Second… Pick a side!The writer must clearly state his/her position and stay with that position. Pick a side! Generally, you state your position on the topic in the opening paragraph or introduction. Three: Do Your Research… In order to convince the reader you need more than just an opinion; you need facts or examples to back your opinion. So, be sure to do the research!
What could that possibly offer me except giving me something to kill time? It wasn’t until I began researching about the value of literature that I realized its vital contributions to my life and the lives of everyone around me. I found out no matter how often (or not so often) that you read, literature can and will still affect you in a way nothing else can. The value of literature to me can not only be found in what I have learned from reading, but how it has influenced my life. In this essay I’m going to talk about how literature has affected me, and in a small way determined who I am today, and how it has affected my views on certain subjects.
From there, the writing is going to tell what happened before the event as well as what happened after. The writer also needs a purpose for writing this assignment. Details of the examples are going to be useful for shaping the argument as well. Argument An argument needs to have punch to it in order to be effective. It is an argument and the job of the writer is to persuade the reader to share the same point of view.