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Title: ENC 1102


1
ENC 1102
  • Reading and Writing Process

2
Three Categories of Writing
  • Exposition
  • Informative
  • Argument
  • Persuasive
  • Expressive
  • Emotional and Pensive

3
The Communications Triangle
4
Reading as Re-creation
  • Meaning
  • The authors intended meaning
  • Significance
  • The particular relevance for each reader.

5
Inferences
  • Indeterminacies
  • Passages open to various interpretations.
  • Gaps
  • Things left unsaid in the story.
  • Consistency building
  • The process of compiling details to make sense of
    them.

6
Close Readings
  • Read with a pen or pencil in hand.
  • Make notes in the margins as you read.
  • Underline words you do not know.

7
Identifying your Audience and Purpose
  • Audience
  • For whom is the author writing?
  • Is the audience familiar with the work?
  • Purpose
  • Why has the author written a piece of literature?
  • Is it meant to entertain, inform, or persuade?

8
Brainstorming
  • Focused Free Writing
  • Listing
  • Asking Questions
  • Keeping a Journal
  • Arguing with Yourself Critical Thinking
  • Arguing a Thesis

9
Drafting Your Argument
  • Take notes
  • Organize them into an outline
  • Revising an Argument
  • Unity
  • Organization
  • Clarity
  • Polish
  • Editing
  • Outline an Argument
  • Peer Editing

10
Overview of the Final Draft
  • Title
  • Introductory paragraph
  • Organization
  • Brief quotations
  • Analysis
  • Present tense
  • Concluding paragraph
  • No typographical errors
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