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SPH-M333 Exam 2 Study Guide

by: Jordan Christopher

SPH-M333 Exam 2 Study Guide SPH-M333

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Jordan Christopher
GPA 2.5
Sport In America: The Historical Perspective
Instructor Hanks & Lee

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Sport In America: The Historical Perspective
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Date Created: 02/01/15
SPHC251 The Elements of Style 02042015 Why is grammar important o It makes it possible to talk about language o It helps us understand what makes sentences and paragraphs clear and interesting and precise o Improves reading and writing skills Why is grammar not important 0 Not a necessity 100 of the time 0 Not very interesting 0 Can be used as a tool for discrimination Chapter 1 Elementary Principles of Composition Chapter 2 Elementary Principles of Composition Choose a suitable design and hold it 0 Consistency and de ned shape subjective How to make it happen 0 A quick outline Make the paragraph the unit of composition 0 quotThe object of treating each topic in a paragraph by itself is of course to aid the reader The beginning of each paragraph is a signal that a new step in the development of the subject has been reachedquot How to make it happen 0 Quotes are a paragraph Sentences indicates the direction of the paragraph 0 Keep your writing visually interesting and not intimating Use the Active Voice Ignore the tense of the verb present or past 0 Strengths o More direct and vigorous than the passive voice 0 More concise shorter The Subject is at the start of the sentence avoiding the passive form placing the subject toward the end as a direct object quotThe habitual use of the active voice makes for forcible writing This is true not only in narrative concerned principally with action but in writing of any kindquot Put statements in positive form 0 quotMake de nite assertions Avoid tame colorless hesitating noncommittal language Use the word not as a means of denial or in antithesis never as a means of evasionquot How to do it 0 Write what is instead of not is 0 Use words like avoid and others listed in this section book 0 Provide counter point 0 Avoid quali es when possible 0 would should could may might Use de nite speci c concrete language 0 quotIf those who have studied the art of writing are in accord on any one point it is this the surest way to arouse and hold the readers attention is by being speci c de nite and concretequot Omit needless words 0 How do it 0 Edit your work x7 1822 Avoid a succession of loose sentences Expresss coordinate ideas in similar forms Keep related words together In summaries keep to one tense Place the emphatic words of a sentence at the end Characteristics of Past Business o It was highly personal interactive There was immediacy Success depended on word of mouth recommendations 0 No ads mass media PR 0 There was a primal need to connect The Printing Press 1439 o The invention later created 0 Flyers 0 Newspapers 0 Magazines 0 November 2nd 1920 Pittsburgh PA 0 1st commercial broadcast The Social Media Era How is social media personal and interactive 0 Famous AthletesOwners interact with fans o Is there immediacy in Social Media 0 Super Bowl tweets 0 Online shopping 0 What are some examples of wordof mouth recommendations 0 Promotional sites on FacebookTwitter 0 Product Reviews on Online Shopping 0 RetweetsFavorites


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