Core 2 - Alexa Graves Ethridge ENC 1101 Analysis of my writing skills During my many forced upon years of writing I have picked up various

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Alexa Graves Ethridge ENC 1101 October 14, 2010 Analysis of my writing skills During my many forced upon years of writing I have picked up various techniques and skills. I don’t believe that my writing is very interesting. In fact, I do not enjoy writing what so ever. But when I am assigned to do so, I must write. My writing style says a lot about me in terms of language and discourse. I am a very casual person and tend to write in that manner as well. My writing seems to lack on the skills and technique levels, yet succeed in getting the point across. I do not believe that my writing style is supported by any one of the readings presented in these modules. In components of a rhetorical situation I seem to be able to identify the subject of my writing, but I fail in the other aspects. In my usual writing I am very adept to summarizing events and researching them for a formal paper, but when I have to analyze and write on broad subjects I am very weak at identifying the audience and connecting to them. Because I am so used to being able to just state facts, expanding my opinion of an event into an analysis is really hard for me to grasp as a concept. Exigency and constraints are two more rough spots for me. When reading other
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2011 for the course BIO 2010 taught by Professor Thomas during the Spring '11 term at University of Central Florida.

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Core 2 - Alexa Graves Ethridge ENC 1101 Analysis of my writing skills During my many forced upon years of writing I have picked up various

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