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Lecture

Lecture 5

by OneClass7702 , Winter 2010
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Department
English
Course Code
ENG213H5
Professor
Tracy Moniz

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February 3, 2010
Lecture Five WRI203
For dialogue, for each different speaker make it on a new line and indent the lines
back and forth it is used so that the reader can follow the story
If you are indenting in a story, make sure that you are consistent
I thought to myself remove to myself
You can italicize thoughts
Exercise 11: List 25 verbs for to sit and chose another verb of your choice
Exercise 12: Write a rhetorical analysis and read the story on pg.236, how the 4
principles of effective writing play into the piece or how they may not play into it
INTERFERING FACTOR
PRONOUNS AND NOUNS
Pronoun substitutes for a noun
Do not need to use he said, she said continuously because that is why u have the
separate lines and indents for dialogue
We use pronouns to avoid overusing nouns
The greater the distance the less clear the pronoun is referring too
You want to make it that there is no mistake who or what your pronoun is referring
too
I (pronoun) = Tracy
He = Jason
Her = Ameerah
Him = Julian
His=Justin
Avoid using the words: one, ex: one has to think about....
Examples:
o Kwai told John she wanted to take him to N.Y.
oJane and Sue at dinner at Janes place.
USE GENDER NEUTRAL LANGUAGE
Example: chairman chairperson chair
Example:
o Each student should hand in his assignment after class.
oEach student should hand in the assignment after class. (CORRECTION)
oStudents should hand in their assignment after class.
(CORRECTION)
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February 3, 2010 Lecture Five WRI203 For dialogue, for each different speaker make it on a new line and indent the lines back and forth it is used so that the reader can follow the story If you are indenting in a story, make sure that you are consistent I thought to myself remove to myself You can italicize thoughts Exercise 11: List 25 verbs for to sit and choseanother verb of your choice Exercise 12: Write a rhetorical analysis and read the story on pg.236, how the 4 principles of effective writing play into the piece or how they may not play into it INTERFERING FACTOR PRONOUNS AND NOUNS Pronoun substitutes for a noun Do not need to use he said, she said continuously because that is why u have the separate lines and indents for dialogue
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