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Burns1 Dorales Burns Professor: Paul Boller 11 April 2018 Week 3 Live Lecture Notes This Weeks Goal Name the main genres of writing Identify the unique style of narrative writing Analyze the devices of narrative an expert Academic Writing Rules and Expectations Write objectively Avoid first person Never use second person Avoid gender bias Make sure your subjects and verbs agree Make sure nouns and pronouns agree Reading to Comprehend not Reading to Read Reading and Writing go hand in hand Writers use logic, research, grammar, and literary devices to convey their messages to readers Part of reading critically is knowing where to look Rhetoric: Art of persuasion Writers use different methods to support and perpetuate their purpose Different types of writing home different purposes.
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  • Spring '18
  • Professor Breland
  • Rhetoric, Academic Writing Rules, Live Lecture Notes, Dorales Burns, Make sure nouns, Paul Boller

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