Q1) How can the information from this course, combined with information from other courses, training, and reading, help you contribute to the success of a small group? Pick a group of which you have been, are,or are likely to become a member. A small group consists of 3 to 12 people. The group must exist to solve some problem in your workplace, profession, community, or society in general. You may find concepts from Lesson 7 very helpful with this forum.(250 words)
Q2) Discuss your use of MS Word and other formats for writing. Handwriting, PPT, Excel, FrontPage (or any application you may be using for work or personal writing).
Discuss their features and the tech tools. How do these features add to aid or offer hindrances to your writing using the computer vs. handwriting?
Share your tricks of the trade in any program or application you use to enhance your messages.
Consider what tools do you use in the MS Office Suite, what do you rely too much upon? What have these tools provided as aid in writing tasks?
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|Subject or discipline:||English 101|
|Title:||Evolution of American Literature|
|Number of sources:||8|
|Provide digital sources used:||No|
|# of pages:||4|
|# of words:||1100|
Evolution of American Literature
It might be argued that the history of American literature is a story of slowly changing and evolving philosophies, one philosophy growing out of or rebelling against the dominant beliefs of that which preceded it. Probably the most important philosophical or theological systems in recent U.S. history are TRANSCENDENTALISM, REALISM/NATURALISM, and EXISTENTIALISM. All of these belief systems were reflected in the writings of the most important authors of their day. In a well-written essay trace the evolution of American thought from the Pilgrims to the 21st century by dealing specifically with writers whose works were influenced by the above-mentioned philosophies and demonstrate how each led to the next.
All essays should be typed, double-spaced, and neatly organized following the Jane Schaffer format in the body paragraphs and include a List of Works Cited on its own page in the MLA Format. Check your pdf before you submit – it must be in the proper form and alignment.
For Transcendentalism use quotes from Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, or Walt Whitman.
John Updike’s “beer can”
By class time on Wednesday, April 20, please upload a PDF file or Microsoft Word document with the final draft of your rhetorical analysis. I imagine that it will take about four or five double-spaced pages to complete that task well, but if you feel you have done it well in less space or that you need more space to do so, then don’t let my imagination constrain your paper.
Your task in writing a rhetorical analysis is to look at someone else’s words and explain the reasoning behind them: what were they trying to say? Who were they trying to talk to? Why did they go about communicating that message to that audience in the way they did? Please make sure that you answer all three of those questions by considering at least three specific aspects of John Updike’s “Beer Can.”
Remember that a good rhetorical analysis should…
- Answer three main questions: What was the author’s purpose? Who was the author’s audience? Why did the author make the specific choices he or she did in order to communicate that message to that audience?
- Include a specific, interesting, and arguable thesis, probably at the end of the first paragraph, that addresses those three questions. Remember that “specific” meansyou’ve identified the aspects you plan to discuss and that you’ve offered an operational definition of any terms that might be otherwise be ambiguous or vague. “Arguable” means that a reasonable person could disagree; your thesis should make a claim and then your paper should attempt to prove that claim by providing and analyzing specific evidence to back it up. “Interesting” means that it passes the “so-what” test: why should someone care about your claim? If your thesis doesn’t do all of these things, then it needs revision.
- Introduce the thesis (and the paper as a whole) by situating your claim within its appropriate context:what do you need to tell me in order for me to understand what kind of people might care about the claim you make in your thesis and why they would care?
- Start each body paragraph with a specific, interesting, and arguable topic sentence that connects back to your thesis. The topic sentence functions like the thesis of the paragraph and therefore must meet the same criteria or it also needs revision.
- Include a transition at the start of each body paragraph to let me know whether you’re continuing the last point or shifting to a new one. That transition can be as simple as an ordinal number (e.g., “First,” “Second”) to connect back to the thesis and let me know where we are in the large-scale structure of your argument every time we change paragraphs.
- Include in each body paragraph at least one, and preferably more than one, quote. Try to quote only theportion of the original essay that you need to make your point, but quote as often as you need to.
- Analyze each quote in at least as many lines as the quote itself. What am I supposed to see? Why should I care? How does it relate to your topic sentence and your thesis? Do not treat your quotes like croutonsandsprinkle them in for decoration.
- Connect the end of each paragraph back to the thesis.How does the analysis you’ve presented support the claim you made in your thesis? Remember that academic writing is explicit to a fault. You’re not trying to be subtle here. You’re trying to make sure I understand your argument as clearly as possible.
- Conclude by reflecting on the ways in which your analyses support your claim. Have you fully proven your claim? Why is it no longer possible for anyone to disagree? If it is possible for them to disagree, where and why would they do so? Why would you still argue that your interpretation is correct? Why does it matter who is right?
- Show attention to grammar, style, and formatting. Do your best. I’m not looking for perfection, but I am looking for you to avoid careless mistakes