In their article the authors put important information that was interesting but they didn’t go in debt over those part. For example psychologists have linked text messaging with depression and anxiety among college students. This was something they say that was interesting to me but they didn’t explain how these two things are linked. Another thing that the authors are lacking in are that they didn’t have a theses they started to write about how Facebook was the biggest social media site people visited. They should 've write a thesis because it explains to the reader what their going to talk about and since they didn’t do that I started to get confused from the
Yemisrach Reta ENG 121-340 Professor Ashley Waterman 11 pril 2017 Rhetorical Analysis of the Essay “Is Google Making Us Stupid” In “Is Google Making Us Stupid?” Nicholas Carr uses some evidences in his argument in order to convince the idea of the other people . I believe Carr’s argument is effective because he starts explaining how he feels when he is reading a book and immersing himself in a book. However now, because he uses Internet a lot, he loses his focus of attention after reading some pages. He compares about the past reading ability with the present like “The deep reading that used to come naturally has become a struggle” (Carr 57). Carr also tells that he is not the only one who is getting a trouble with reading.
As I read on and on my rhetorical analysis continued to sound more and more like a summary. The way I changed that is by simply adding directing her writing to the thesis statement and her purpose. Towards the end of a major paragraph I added a sentence or two describing how it supported her purpose. I reread the article she wrote and realized her logical view on gay marriage really strayed away from her overall purpose. One of the reasons gay marriage wasn’t legalized in 2011 was because of their inability to procreate.
Driscoll took the ideas from this book for his book called “A Call to Resurgence (2013). Driscoll responded that he took the idea and worked it through the cultural implications but he wasn’t working specifically on his text. Where Mefferd pressured him saying “Don’t you think that its important when you’re using someone
The purpose of my writing is to provide a Rhetorical Analysis on the article “Multiculturalism Should Be Promoted.” My audience is readers that haven’t read “Multiculturalism Should Be Promoted” and try to provide them with a complete analysis of the article for them to completely understand and visualize what the article discusses. My writing process started off as writing the essay, but not clearly understanding what the article meant. After my first draft I had to really figure out what I wanted to say about the article, uncertain if I was writing on how the article was effective or not I choose to write about both sides, which resulted horribly. My peers were confused while reading my essay. They didn’t know if I agreed with the original
Although I could not relate because of my lack of note-taking skills, the article did teach me a few things. The article helped me see that reading a book is more of a conversation with the author and myself. I believe Alder delivers an unyielding response and has a large number of the answers for the disagreement against marking in books. Alder does not say in his article that his view is the correct tactic but is rather only presenting a proposition of one way that he has attempted and experimented with and has discovered it to be an effective way. I believe this article could be read by anybody interested in increasing their learning experience and what they take out of their readings.
After taking (In) English 102 I learned the difference between paraphrasing and plagiarism. After reading an article written by Brian Martin I wrote a research journal that (outlined) how his article helped me understand this distinction. In my article I wrote “After reading the article written by Brian Martin I learned how it is important to know the difference between paraphrasing and plagiarizing, while many people lack the to understand the difference between paraphrasing and plagiarizing Brian martin very easily draws a line and helps his readers to understand that why it is important for writers to know the difference and how they can avoid making such mistake, his discussion about how plagiarism should not be just limited on school levels
Resilient, I immediately became determined to improve and conquer the rhetorical analysis, partly because to remove the atrocious grade from my report card. I quickly learned that rhetorical analysis required some unique critical thinking, different from an analysis of a pie chart or a position versus time graph. Rhetorical analysis did not require a single, definite answer; these essays often possessed a myriad of correct answers. I figured out that I needed to be open minded and impartial in order to view a piece of written work as a whole to see all the possibilities and applications of rhetoric. I also realized becoming more observant and scrutinizing every single, minute detail helped expand the extent of my
But that should not stop you from not giving credit to the people that help you complete your work. When looking up pragriasm websites, I did a little research myself. i turn in one of my essays on the website and it told me I had 38 pragrisized work on my paper. It did not seem right because my essay was talking about my life and how could have it been wrong, it 's me. seeing it did show me that punctuations where wrong and run over sentences that i nor my professor didnt even catch.
I was forced to try different approaches and decided to stop being overly friendly and start having a more authoritative role. In addition to flexibility, I found it was extremely important to uphold the competency of self-control when working with students with DD. Self-Control is the ability to control your emotions and not let them interfere with the way you provide support and care. Working with J.K. was sometimes difficult and I would often leave his classroom feeling defeated. However, I did not let these feelings show during my time with the students and I tried my best shrug off the bad days by continuing to work towards future
It has also taught me what styles I don’t like and the importance of really planning my essays to make sure I get my point across. Some of the people Alex met didn’t give her exactly what she needed but it was enough to figure things out. That’s just like the four discovering genre essays we had to do. Some of them were very challenging and I didn’t get the exact grade I wanted, but I learned from my mistakes. That’s why when it was time for my two documented essays I thought about some of the things I have learned from my writing journals and I read the peer reviews to have a better understanding on how to make my paper better.
If I had the pleasure to meet the author of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Mark Twain. I would casually talk to him and ask him questions that we (as a class) didn’t understand about the book in general. My first question to Mark twain would be why did you include the start of the book where it says, do not find a motive? Was that just for comical purposes? This would be my first question because it is one of the questions that as a class on our first Socratic circle we debated about.
The readings from the They Say I Say book, the infographic and listening to the podcast was very informational. Though it did take more effort at first to sit down and absorb the information that I was reading because at first I wasn 't that interested in learning The American Dream. I think in Brandon King 's "The American Dream: Dead, Alive, or on Hold?". He Had very strong points that I can stand behind. I know now as an adult I should start thinking about my dream but, I just never really though I need the dream.
Many bestselling authors would not know what the ending of their novel was at first. Because how teachers assign essays today, we feel the need to come up with a subject to write about or we’ll feel unorganized and lost. Another myth is that good writers get it right the first time. I instantly knew this was not to be. If that was true then why are there so many editors in the writing