ENC 1101 Lecture 1: Major assignment 1 and Scholarly Articles

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24 Nov 2017
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ASSIGNMENT TIPS AND DIRECTIONS
put thought into how human interaction (persuasion) works and happens around
you
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specific real world situation. Something ive been a part of
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Covino and Joliffe
(327? Page?)
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explain rhetoric
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one credible outside source (CITE IT)
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paper needs to have
intro
definition
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thesis makes you believe the definition
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real world example should be a part of definition and vice versa
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thorough description of an event I was involved with or that I witnessed
helps explain how rhetoric works
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conclusion
DO NOT RESTATE INTRO
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“as demonstrated how rhetoric is used in the real world… you can
see how the definition matches…”
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AT LEAST TWO CITATIONS
One reading
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Not required to use outside source
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MLA8
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3-5 PAGES NOT INCLUDING WORKS CITED
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ONE PAGE REVISIONS FOR THE PORTFOLIO (end of semester)
Add a page, subtract a page, take out half and add half… etc.
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SAVE EXTRA NOTES FOR END OF SEMSTER.
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Scholarly articles:
annotate
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read more than once
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look up words that you don’t know
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pay attention to the headings
let you know what the section is about
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make notes of places you get confused in
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By the end of the course:
Read and use scholarly texts for use in future
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Describe and analyze writing processes
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Learn to adapt to different writing contexts to be addressed
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Consider how social rhetorical and technological contexts shape writing
conceptions, processes, rules, and learning
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