100W_Quiz_4_Study_Guide - 137) 5. What advice does Elbow...

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Comm 100W Quiz #4 Reading Study Guide 1. What does Elbow mean when he says, “I didn’t get to productive revising till I insisted on being heard” (p. 122)? What steps can you take, or what attitudes can you embrace, in order to productively revise? 2. Provide an example of how carefully considering purpose, audience and voice can help strengthen your writing. 3. What steps does Elbow suggest you take to strengthen the grammar of your written work? 4. How does Elbow suggest you construct the strongest sentences you can? (pp. 136-
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Unformatted text preview: 137) 5. What advice does Elbow provide for making your writing—your voice—more powerful and compelling? 6. What does Elbow mean by “dialectical alternation” (p. 349)? How can understanding and engaging in this process help strengthen your writing? 7. What is the difference between criterion-based and reader-based feedback? Can you provide an example of each? When and how is each type of feedback useful to a writer? 8. Describe how criterion-based and reader-based feedback often work interdependently....
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