Because me personally I do not know where the alphabet originated from. In fact I am pretty sure my audience does not know either. the topic is the same but the teaching or discussion from my audience of kids to adults is different. An assignment i had in my 11th grade year of high school was to write a paper for my peers on texting. I decided to do my essay on texting and driving, most of classmates were driving to school.
To Write Well or to Not Write Well In the article The Writing Revolution by Peg Tyre, the far too common unfortunate example of a school system failing to equip its students with the proper writing skills necessary to be successful students is examined. While this failure is a phenomenon that ails students worldwide, I was fortunate enough to receive a high school education that excelled in this area and helped prepare me for college and beyond. The first method my school used was to assign mandatory writing assignments every week, which forced me to practice repeatedly and prefect the skill. Additionally, on each assignment my teachers provided me one-on-one meetings to discuss the paper content, which allowed me to receive personal feedback
Briefcases: Steps toward Rhetorical Analysis”, Carroll describes the need for rhetorical analysis to assist in decoding the purpose and intent behind a cornucopia of the situation we faced daily. She elucidates the subject by describing the steps that we need to effectively to do it. She points out how we analyze people around us by making quickly a conclusion to the person that we are analyzing. As a student, it is important that we use Rhetorical Analysis as a strategy to communicate effectively. For example, when we write an essay, we need to show how the text convinces us of its position.
Obviously this can’t be done perfectly because you haven’t experienced the culture, but there are several ways to do this. For instance, researching the culture online is extremely helpful, but it is also good to have someone who has experienced the same culture shock that you will be experiencing to debrief you. If we prepare ourselves for what we are about to experience, we will be less likely to assume that we are the norm, and it will help us realize that there is a vast variety of norms to be experienced. If I assume that certain behaviors are normal for you, even though they are not part of my normal behavior, it will be easier for me to change my expectations to the reality I am currently experiencing. Instead of saying, “That is not like me, it must be inferior or wrong,” I can say, “That is not like me and I do not understand it…yet.
They don 't have a limit and they encourage you to write how you feel. When using Facebook there are certain unspoken rules you have to follow. You are supposed to use Facebook to express your beliefs and what 's on your mind, but many people use this too often and it can start to annoy people. The main purpose for the website is becoming annoying to post. This is discouraging people to want to voice their opinions and comment agreeing or disagreeing with what was posted.
Also, this shows how writing can lead authors to learn more about themselves. Revisiting an upsetting event brings all the pain back to the surface and helps the reader understand the writer’s mindset and how they became the unique writer they are
My writing took a turn for the best, I had my fellow students help me improve, instead of them just outright editing my essays for me. This in turn helped me improve and made me the writer I am today. One of my first ever essays in the 11th grade english class was a rhetorical analysis of the novel In Cold Blood. I notice now that I tend to repeat certain words, repeating “cold-blooded killer” every other sentence. This creates sentences which sound awkward.
The closest thing I can thin k of would be writing passages for a class I was taking in high school. At my school, we had a government class in which we had bi-weekly debates. We would split into small groups and discuss a political issue and write a small paper based on our stances. We would then read that aloud and try to sway our classmates into voting for our side. This required us to be very persuasive in our speech and text.
This gives me a jump start, or flow of ideas that can later on benefit my paper. In the article, Writing What Matters: A Students’ Struggle to Bridge the Academic/Personal Divide Emily Strasser uses the following sentence to highlight and pinpoint the real true value of writing “Writing can and should be much more than sophisticated sentence structure and nuanced word choices. The devices of grammar and rhetoric remain superficial skills until a writer employs them to express important and powerful feelings, thoughts and ideas” (WaW Pg.200). I enjoy writing about myself because it helps me express my feelings. A paper may include correct grammar and word-context, but until the writer can intertwine powerful thoughts and feelings into the work, the writer is unable to accomplish the overall intended goal.
I found myself in on level English two hours a day. In that classroom, I would find myself grudgingly writing many papers over the course of the year. A specific paper comes to mind for all the wrong reasons. We were to write a small book about a topic we had never written about before. I choose to write about epilepsy.