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Writing 1000- Analytical Patterns

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Department
Writing
Course
WRIT 1000
Professor
C.Lobe
Semester
Fall

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Writingth000 Nov.12 , 2013 Readings to look at on Moodle: 1. “Persuasion” 2. Keith and Lundford 3. Chapter 5 (HFW) 4. D.F.W- read and listen to the speech as well th **Remember your grammar marking is due on Nov.14 ** An additional assignment: extended definition. Could be an optional assignment. Your prof will make a final decision on whether or not the assignment will be optional or mandatory. Today working in groups and looking at the analytical patterns of development on the blue handout. Look at: 1. Where do these patterns typically occur? 2. Why do academic writers use them? Identify some of the patterns in the Fahnestock and Myers paper. Goal is to illuminate/show/reveal. We look at a whole by examining the parts first. Another goal is to generate knowledge. These analytical patterns of development help to reach these goals. Classification, division and definition are inseparable. When analyzing a paper they are usually found one after the other. Classification looking back and enlarging the view on something - Try to identify related classes - Creating names for things and sorting with a purpose - Should recognize you are at the high levels of extraction - Heuristic: What kind is it? What “class” does this belong to? Example: Page 334 of Fahnestock - She is classifying the two basic appeals to make in epideictic arguments o “the wonder” o “the application” Example: Page 342 - The last paragraph - Five types of statements according to the degree of certainty Example: Page bottom 332- top 333 - Aristotle’s three types of persuasive speech o These are then divided and given definitions Example: Naming her data in the titles - She names public intermediates Division  reduce the view to differentiate - Make parts smaller and arrange them in a way to see some type of order - Can’t talk about everything so create some division to talk about the key topics - Relationship between parts helps to understand the whole - How can I divide my topic into parts? What does it consist of? Example: Bottom of page 332
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