Nt1330 Unit 3 Quiz

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Answer all questions below using only the number of lines stated, using Times New Roman, 12 font. (For example, use only three lines for question 2).
Save your file in one of the following formats
1. yourlastname.yourfirstname.essayproposal.docx
2. yourlastname.yourfirstname.essayproposal.doc
Files not in one of these formats and/or not readable by Microsoft Word will not be accepted.
Save the file in a folder you will be able to remember (for example: My Documents).

After saving the file in your computer in Word format (.doc .docx .rtf NOT .pdf .otd or .pages), please submit your work according to the instructions, to be posted on U of T Portal in November 2015. It is not necessary to print out this form.
***You’ll lose marks for answers that exceed the number of lines permitted, or for altering the font.*** …show more content…

People start to solve more communication problems using emoticons these days.
4. Write a paragraph briefly describing the focus of your essay and the position you will be developing or arguing. Three lines only.
The unconscious use of emoticons is mainly due to the missing of paralinguistic part of expression in printing text. The use of emoticons can affect the communication distance among people in the written conversation.

5. Describe one piece of evidence from each article that you will use to develop your own essay. Describe how it will fit into your essay (it might be an example that supports your argument, a counter-example that you need to address, or a point that you can further build on and elaborate).
Evidence from the required article (four lines only)
People use those positive emoticons, like the smiley face, more frequent than the negative ones. The most frequent used emoticon is the :-) with 35% of total emoticon usage.
This will fit into my essay as follows (four lines

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