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English 9070-101 Overall Vocabulary Notes

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English 9070-101 Overall Vocabulary Notes English 9070-101

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These notes will help an extreme amount on the next Vocabulary Quiz in the next week or so!
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Lacritia Spanel
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Brooklyn Licking on Monday October 10, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to English 9070-101 at Central Community College taught by Lacritia Spanel in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views.


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Date Created: 10/10/16
Chapter 2 Goal 1: Recognize good writing Goal 2: Compare the reading/writing processes Goal 3: Use the writing process Goal 4: Generate ideas Goal 5: Organize ideas Goal 6: Consider your audience/purpose Goal 7: Write 1st draft Goal 8: Think Critically (incorporate visuals in writing) Goal 9: Revise & Rewrite Goal 10: Proofread for correctness Good Writing Think Revise Express ideas (add description) Directed to audience  Achieves purpose 3 basic building blocks (Sentence, paragraph, essay) Compare Reading/Writing Reading Writing Preview Generate ideas Develope guide questions plan/organize ideas read/understand ideas write 1st draft Review  Revise Recall strategies Proofread Writing Process 5 step process Generate ideas Plan/Organize ideas Write first draft Revise Proofread Generate ideas *4 Techniques* Free Writing Brainstorming Branching Questioning Organize ideas  Example: Reasons to Attend college 1. Gain knowledge/better self 2. Become nurse 3. Start career 4. Financially support self and family.  Organize ideas Helpful tip Ideas should progress logically from one to the next Audience and Purpose Who will be reading what I write? Helpful Tip: what is appropriate for one audience is NOT always for other audiences Considering the purpose: What is the reason for writing this essay Helpful tip: Reader needs to understand the reasoning even if they aren’t swayed to your point  of view Write 1st draft Draft: trying out ideas to see if they will work Draft: sentence/paragraph form focus on expressing and developing each idea Thinking Critically  Visuals  Spark interest  Draw out a reaction Provide point of view Offer example Revise/Rewrite Revise: reexamine each part/idea of your draft Revise: focus = content/organization of essay Helpful tip: Revising is NOT checking spelling, grammar and punctuation  Peer Review 1 technique: revise/rewrite Have 1 or more peers comment on your paper Proofread for correctness Final reading of paper Organize to check Sentence structure (run­ons) Grammar  


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