ENGL 1101, WEEK 2 NOTES
ENGL 1101, WEEK 2 NOTES ENGL 1101
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Date Created: 09/05/16
Week of University of North Aug.29 Georgia English Composition Engl 1101 • Fall 2016 Things to know : Notes: Purpose Story Progression Audience Strategy Beginning Middle End Genre Introduce the story Setting Resolve the story Character Captivate your Dialogue Leave writer with a Stance audience Events feeling or thought Actions Design What is the significance Medium Setting A literacy narrative explores personal experiences and vary in length and style. Character Dialogue There are different styles of writing literary narratives:: Flashback/ Reflection seen in “T ommy” Events Short timeframe seen in “You’ll Love the Way We Fly” Actions PURPOSE Why are you writing All writing has a purpose. Explore, express, entertain, record, communicate, persuade, argue et cetera. Knowing the reason for writing can help shape the writing that precedes. What is the end result of writing what do you want the readers to feel act or do? Is there a call to action that requires specific planning and strategizing. What stance should you take to get the reader to do what you want? AUDIENCE to whom are you writing When writing, know who your audience is. What you want them to do think or feel affects your topic, tone, phrasing, vocabulary, and length. Your audience can affect the genre you use and even the the purpose of your story. Choose a stance and strategize to your reader is able understands your purpose. There are 3 types of audiences, known, unknown and multiple and there are different ways to address each group (see textbook for in depth explanation). To write effectively it is ideal to know the audience's background, demographics, biases, opinions and interests. Remember that your audience interprets your writing in different ways because each person has their own opinion biases and interests. Important dates Summary In week 2, we discussed the importance of knowing the Sep. 7 11:59pm purpose of writing and effectively addressing your Narrative Paper Due Audience. We looked at different styles of literacy narratives (10% of grade) and reviewed the process of story progression. No class on 9/5 Week 2 reading ch . 5 6 and 10 Week 3 reading ch. 16
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