Each of these concepts can give support to a writing piece and help appeal to your audience. In my narrative essay, I believe that pathos would have been the best concept for me to add to my piece. This is because I would want the reader to be able to feel and connect with the emotions I was having when I was losing an argument. To put them in my shoes, I would need to share with them the emotions I was feeling so they could feel empathy for me. Logos was also used for when I gave my reasoning as to why I believed that I lost the argument.
Gloria Whelan: I usually I two ideas, that I research more about and find more and more information about that topic. Then I start visualizing what would happen next. But if I don’t have two ideas I won't have able to find a connection. It is just like a pattern; you have to find the connection between them so you could find the next number. It is the same with writing a
You might unable to figure out when and what impress you, but they will keep in your mind. In the book, there are many things you have to look through to find the creative. For example, a ritual "automatic but decisive patterns of behavior." I think it is very similar to change clothes
Standard N is connected to synthesis 3-4, because we wrote a story about a song that had to include all of the standards points. The assignment that I wrote was to write a story about a song of my choice so I had to create a setting, situation, problem, one or more points of view, and introducing characters. This standard helped me understand how to write correctly and to show my strong and weak points. Therefore, It will help me grow in my literary knowledge and my writing skills for a job interview. I think that I did fairly well on this standard, but I need to work on my punctuation skills, and my tense usage.
I choose to revise this poem because of the challenge I was given by Dr. Pinkard: contemporize Mary Todd Lincoln. Although I was unsure of how to do this at first, the longer I looked at the poem, the more ways I saw to revise it. The first step in my revision was to cut out whatever lines or stanzas that would not fit into my new contemporary poem. With my highlighter and my pen, I highlighted the lines that I new would work in my new poem, and marked out those that would not. From these lines, I created a story.
Additionally, I used many phrases beginning with “I believe,” “I couldn’t,” or “I was.” Learning to start my sentences in more creative and interesting way would truly help improve my writing. Moreover, I need to improve my use of creative elements. For my paper “The American Dream,” I was instructed to insert multiple different types of creative elements. I threw in some rhetorical questions, hyperbole, and strong vocabulary. I had neglected to include any similes, metaphors, allusions, or alliteration.
The script was designed to include as many language and descriptive techniques as possible, so that I could demonstrate a wide range of knowledge and understanding. This can be seen with multiple characters, dialogue, camera shots, slow-motion, transitions, and actions being added to the script. The screenplay is written in the industry standard format, however, as this form of writing is new to me, I did have difficulty in portraying some of the information. An example of this was having to find a way to professionally portray text on a black title page. I wanted the film to be split up into people who could, and people who couldn 't park, to achieve this I wanted black screens with text to appear acting as a separator.
Dave had many marks from the beatings he would get at home along with the burns from the stove incident. He also was caught stealing food during the school day so he wouldn’t starve to death, but since his principal found out and called his mother his punishments extended and he was starved and beaten up, “ By the end of the session, my nose bled twice and I was missing a tooth” (p.33). He was also sleep deprived, he said that one of his teachers “began by questioning me about my attentiveness. I lied, saying I had stayed up late watching television”(p.33). Appearance was not much of a matter to Catherine, so he send Dave with the same torn, smelly clothes every single day, but Dave knew exactly what to say when questioned “When asked, I had my readymade excuses Mother brainwashed into me.” (p.30).
In both Rash and Unwind, the heroes Bo and Connor respond to their settings by rebelling against the government. Both of these heroes have a hard time staying out of trouble which plays a big role in thasem deciding to rebel. Connor is always getting in trouble which is part of why his parents signed his unwind order. He wants to escape. I know this because Connor is having a conversation with a girl he likes about running away and rebelling, they say “We should run away,”.
Many times the rebels would then force their newly recruited members to kill weaker civilians in the city. Any child would be terrified in this scenario, which is why they follow their orders. Even though not all children are forced into fighting, they are still too young to fully understand the life-changing decision they have made. Some children enlist because they seek revenge. In Ishmael Beah’s novel he states, “I joined the army to avenge the deaths of my family and to survive, but I 've come to learn that if I am going to take revenge, in that process I will kill another person whose family will want revenge; then revenge and revenge and revenge will never come to an end...” Children who decided to fight for revenge are not in a stable situation after they are angry and heartbroken.
Douglass was born in a dirty, old, plantation, he originally never knew his mother or father. He was always fussed on why he was there or why was he not able to leave. Douglass would sneak out every cold night, when his master was asleep, to find out as much information as he could to figure out why he was even there in the first place. Page 2: At the age of five, he witnessed his aunt get whipped by his master. You can tell he must have been crucified because of the way that he described it.