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Critical Reading and Writing
Jeb III, John Francis
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Writing 107T, Rhetoric and Writing, Rhetorical Theory




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Date Created: 10/05/16
9/13 What have you found most and least valuable about your past peer review experiences? What I found to be most valuable about my past peer review experiences is that my peers gave me a reason as to why I should make a change or revision in my essay rather than just suggesting it. This helped me understand why the change would enhance my essay and the change seemed reliable. What I found to be least valuable about my past peer review experiences were when my peers would just suggest the change without supporting why. This would prevent me from making any changes and questioning which choice to make. 9/19 MEMO: Positive and optimistic beginning. Starts with an interesting fact Include the URLs of images online 9/26 It’s Complicated 1. Teens today are more on their phones constantly whether it’s social media, current events throughout the news channels or communicating with one another 2. She thinks that the use of technology today and how much teens use it benefits them and parents should not be restricting it as much. 3. Social media has made it very easy to communicate however there has been a big change between the medium of communication. From Facebook and chatting in a chat box, users favor chatting with pictures like Snapchat more. This gives Snapchat more popularity over many other social media websites. 4. Social media had made it very easy to communicate with others from wherever and whoever you want. However, this can take away from physical communication that may be vital to human behavior and growth. 5. Educational group believing to educate the younger generation today. Discourse- “Language in action” ● Medical discourse ● Legal discourse 9/28 Alpha Phi Omega Goals: -leadership -friendship -service events -community service At the end of the webpage and after all the information and testimonials they have a new membership application where you can decide if it is something you are interested in. What language is specific to fraternities and sororities and what is the effect of the language on how people in this community interact? -very open minded to attract many people with different interest -Informative about the club -family (sisterhood, brotherhood) -valued in the club -persuasive 10/3 1. The medical form gives a background of the patients health records as well as the sex, marital status and age as well. This helps the doctor to understand their patient and their history. 2. The document tends to separate the mind from the body to determine the problem physically. 1. Professional, personal, informative, 2. Detailed for the doctor, gives background 3. professional, could be invasive, uncomfortable, dont want to share so much and want to be personal 4. Identify the concept, appeals, structure, format sentence styles and words, who, what, where, when, why, how 5. Understanding audience 6. Ethos pathos, kairos


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