How often does a community you belong to come into contact with other intellectual and discourse groups?

After discussing the email example from 21 Genres, take a few minutes to rewrite the students email including the possible revisions suggested. Consider the audience and purpose of the email. What would be a more appropriate way to address the professor? How could the student be more effective in getting his purpose across with his use of language?

Journal Prompt #6 9/18/2015: Responding to Tannen

What are three points/ideas you found interesting from Tannens reading? Why do you find them particularly poignant or interesting? Does Tannens article influence your perception of how men and women communicate with one another? How so?

Journal Prompt #7 9/21/2015: Identifying Discourse Communities

Make a list of all the different communities that you participate in. Choose one and freewrite about how this particular community exemplifies a discourse community according to John Swales 6 characteristics, or put your information into the Discourse Community chart.

Journal Prompt #8 9/23/2015: Discourse Communities in Conflict

How often does a community you belong to come into contact with other intellectual and discourse groups? What kinds of conversations take place? How are conflicts and disagreements negotiated and resolved? How does each group adjust its discourse to hear the other side and be heard by it? Be specific with examples.

Journal Prompt #9 9/25/2015: Questioning your Interests

Reflect on your list of discourse communities, or an interest/hobby. Freewrite for a few minutes how you can look at it through academic eyes. What sorts of questions can you ask about it that draw bigger implications or make connections with the world at large?

Journal Prompt #10 10/9/2015: Analyzing Life of a Die-Hard (Writing Arguments pg. 123-125)

Answer the questions below for Snarrs Life of a Die-Hard in your writing notebook.

What is the authors motivation to write on topic?
Does this argument join a social, cultural, political etc. conversation? If so, what?
What is the authors purpose?
Who is the intended audience? What assumptions, values, or beliefs would readers have to hold to find the message appealing?
What genre does the argument belong to?
Who is the writer and what do you know about his/her profession, background, and expertise in the subject? How does the authors cultural eye influence the direction of the argument?
Does the authors tone suit the argument? How well does the text suit its particular audience and purpose?
How does author use the Rhetorical Triangle?
Logos: Is there a claim/thesis? Are there reasons and examples to support the claim? Is the given evidence effective?
Ethos: What is authors credibility? Is the author knowledgeable on subject? Does he/she recognize opposing/alternative viewpoints in argument? How is the visual presentation of the argument?
Pathos: How does the author appeal to the audience? Are there descriptive images, stories, narratives, or concrete language to draw out the audiences emotions? If so, how effective are they?
What features help make the argument persuasive? Word choice, sentence length, thesis statement, examples?
What is particularly memorable and striking, or perhaps problematic and disturbing, in the essay?
How would the argument be received by different audiences?
Journal Prompt #11 10/19/2015: Sensory Details

Think of an activity you do with your hands

Make a list of the materials involved with activity
Make a list of verbs or actions involved in activity
Freewrite on a particular memory where you did this activity. Use words from the lists, recall as many details as you can, think of the people you did this activity with? What was particularly striking about it?
Journal Prompt #12 10/21/2015: Experimenting with Tone

Choose one of the four excerpts from the handout and write a paragraph about the holiday, Halloween imitating the tone and style of your chosen author. Does this holiday make you mad? Or, is there a proper way to celebrate the fall weather? A nostalgic memory?

please i need it in one or two or three pages, because I have 12 discoutions, and i need each one with 6 sentences and seperate all these discutions by its title.

thank you.

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