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The course outline indicates that at the end of the course, I will acquire critical reading, rhetoric analysis and writing skills. I believe that at the end of this class, I will be able to conduct critical analysis of reading material and present elaborate rhetorical analyses. I look forward to applying the skills and techniques I will learn in English 1301 to my writing during the course of my college studies.
34-36. Rpt. in Short Stories for Students. Ira Mark Milne, Ed. Short Stories for Students.
We begin our year working with the novel "Lord of the Flies" and view it through the eyes of Sigmund Freud 's id, ego and super-ego theories. This unit specifically looks at literary analysis and introduces the thesis essay. Our next units follow the social studies curriculum and are run more like a civics class. We will be starting our antebellum/Cival War unit in January. This unit focuses on research skills and argumentative writing.
? ? Areas to be evaluated Points Earned Possible Points Academic Article -Peer reviewed Journal article 4 Annotation Format -Properly cited the article in APA 6th 2 Author Credibility -What are the author?s credentials and experience? -How would you assess their credibility?.why? 3 Intended Audience -Who is the author addressing?
There’s A Light at the End of Every Tunnel The main point of this essay is to explore why the writing process is different for every person. In particular, my own writing process is unique, because of three factors, which include goal setting, procrastination and reward. The rhetorical situation is composed of the topic of the writing, the purpose of the writing and who the intended audience is. Depending upon the specific genre of the text these three components can differ greatly. The genre of this essay in particular is informational.