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English Comp 1 Section 02

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English Comp 1 Section 02 ENGL1013

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These notes from week one will cover things on our quizzes and exams. Check them out! Very straight forward and easily understood. :D
English Comp 1 section 02
Lesley-Anne Dyer Williams
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english, Comp1, Writting, Write, Craft, Rhetorical, situations, rhetoric




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Date Created: 07/23/16
English Comp 1 Section 02 Writing as a Craft Craft = Wisdom in Hebrew Craft needs knowledge in order for it to be made When we think of knowledge words like: Prudence, discretion also come to mind but they are not the same. Prudence= knowledge of how to apply something Discretion= ability to apply knowledge to certain circumstances (I.E. knowing when to speak and when not to) Rhetorical Situations What is Rhetoric?  It is simply the craft of writing and speaking well This also equates = persuasion (the ability to persuade or cause people to think in a certain way) Rhetoric (which is what we're essentially learning in this class) and Knowledge do not necessarily go together (I.e. Just because someone says they know how something works doesn’t mean they really have the knowledge base) Rhetoric is situational (changes according to time, place, and circumstance)  Purpose = what is the reason you're writing? 1. Begin writing with the end in mind 2. Must be clear = thesis statement usually introduces that  Audience = who is going to be listening or reading your writing 3. Age = an article concerned about and centered on teens would not necessarily be brought forth to an older aged gathering  Genre = types of writing 4. Nonfiction 5. Comedy/tragedy 6. Sci-fi 7. Email  Stance = attitude of the writing 8. Objective 9. Critical 10. Understanding  Media/design = "the medium is the message" 11. The news 12. Movies 13. Social Media So rhetoric is bound by these different situations: purpose, audience, Genre, Stance, Media/Design...


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