I also remember taking a class at Kaplan for my undergraduate program that the professor completely and totally told us that Wikipedia was a very viable site to get primary source information for his research papers. He encouraged us to use the website for information but also be aware of any vandalism that may be apparent in certain topics. Personally, I would only use Wikipedia as a pre-search tool for better information. Inappropriate: As Clay Burell said, I’ve been skimming Wikipedia’s own policies for writing and research, and Lo! The Great Wikipedia itself tells its writers the very things I was trying to tell my young fundies.” (2010) In most cases, most school, libraries or any type of educational program will tell you that Wikipedia is a very good start to get to know about the subject that a person is studying.
The author makes sure to point out easy step by step instructions and tips for those who don’t quite know how to properly write. The author not only wants these beginner writers/speakers to learn how to properly construct a piece of literature but also to know how to keep their audience enlightened and engaged. The author’s audience is clearly beginner writers/speakers because they also provide the templates for struggling in this area of constructing a piece of work. The author clearly uses the rhetorical strategy of logos by using different sources and examples. Also he uses logos by personally analyzing each example and telling the reader how the person in the example could have improved their work.
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Northern Caribbean University College of Humanities, Behavioral and Social Sciences Department of Humanities Essay 2 ENGL119: Freshman Composition I Section A By: Nickeisha Senior To: Yvonne Blagrove Smith Date: 23/06/2014 Rhetorical strategies are the efforts made by authors to persuade or inform their readers. Rhetorical strategies are employed by writers and refer to the different ways they can include the reader. Rhetoric strategies aim to improve the capability of writers to inform, persuade, or motivate particular audiences in specific situations. Rhetorical strategies include: narration, exposition, persuasive writing and descriptive writing. When deciding on which rhetorical strategy to choose for an essay given three important factors to consider are: the topic given, the purpose of the essay and also ones knowledge of the content or topic.
I gave more details about the relationship between MacFarland and Mike. I also included Ken into my summary to help with the confusion of who he is. I also reworded sentences that were confusing. I’m hoping my revised final draft will give insight into this excerpt by Mike Rose. Ashley Reuzenaar Professor Hickman English 111 05D 2 September 2015 Summary and Response Educational scholar Mike Rose authored I Just Wanna be Average excerpt from Lives on the Boundary, a semi biography of his high school experience in vocational education at Our Lady of Mercy.
Intorduction The writer wrote about Tina Rosenberg’s article “Everyone Speaks Text Message”, in the introduction the writer made a good job by presenting the author’s audience and purpose, also presenting the rhetorical choices except that the writer forgot to mention the statistics when the writer stated “multiple perspectives, anecdote and to help create an easier understanding of the subject.” Also, the writer should at least give a concise background about the author. Body Paragraphs The writer does a wonderful job by explaining how effectively the author use of the rhetorical choices to attract his audience and to achieve his purpose with it throughout his draft. Also, he made wonderful topic sentences explaining the rhetorical choices
It will be beneficial to read the chapter before we cover it as that will provide a “cognitive map” as the professor will add his own experience, expertise and perspective to text material. Key Words for each Test are posted in the Content section of your Course D2L and are extremely helpful in organizing your focus for
Analyzing: “Plugged In, Tuned Out” With the rise of popularity in the media, some fear that young Americans are becoming less exposed to the news. Many adults who grew up watching the news and reading newspapers fear that with this lack of exposure, young Americans will fail to obtain knowledge of the world’s most vital current affairs. When it comes to proposing an effective argument, appeals such as logos, ethos, pathos and kairos are used to persuade the audience in a particular direction. Logos refers to the use of logic appeal to attract the reader into a rational argument. In “Plugged In, Tuned Out…” the author uses logos extensively in order to support the idea that young adults have decreased their amount of attention toward the news in comparison to past generations.
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Reflective Journal 1: My Experiences with Persuasive Writing Address these criteria: 1. Describe experiences you have had with persuasive writing (writing to convince). I use persuasive writing in many areas of my life, starting with writing a resume, convincing the hiring manager that I am the best person for the job with much experience, education, knowledge, and dedication. Another area I use persuasive writing is writing papers for my college classes, convincing the professor that I have learned the topic at hand. 2.