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Haga clic para modificar el estilo de subtítulo del patrón 2/18/11 English 125.53, Escudero Class 3 Ethos and Persona in College Writing Using text structure to read academic texts
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2/18/11 Goals: 1. Clarify questions about the Bazerman article 2. Be able to define ethos and persona and reflect on the aplicability of these ideas to your personal experiences with academic writing. 3. Learn to read academic genres using text structures.
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2/18/11 Two quotations from Sommers “’to build a house without any tools’… an apt metaphor to describe the writing experiences of freshmen who often continue to use the same writing hammer they use in high school, even as they realize its inadequacy.”(131) “Freshmen who cling to their own habits and formulas and who resent the uncertainty and humility of being a novice have a more difficult time adjusting to the demands of college writing.”
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2/18/11 Ethos The constructed identity of the writer as someone who is credible and well-disposed toward the writer
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course ENGLISH 125 taught by Professor Decourcy during the Winter '09 term at University of Michigan.

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