wra 1004 January_21_WC_WGR

wra 1004 January_21_WC_WGR - WRA1004004 ClassNotes January...

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January 21, 2011 WRA 1004-004 Class Notes
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Friday Workshop Preparation Introduction to the Writing Center Group Discussion: Writing Group Response Responding to Proposals Writing Group Reports Assign Homework
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One-on-one consultations The Writing Center website <writing.msu.edu> Making an appointment Other services
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Thinking about the reading, what is important when responding to another writer? Tell the writer your thoughts. Don’t feel pressured to sound like an expert. Tell the writer the parts that are confusing. Tell the writer the parts you like. Listen to what the writer has to say. And, respond to their concerns. Tell the truth. Be specific. Give good advice, but don’t write it for them.
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MAPS stands for: Mode Audience Purpose Situation In the ANGEL forum “MAPS Definitions”, explain your understanding of these terms.
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Mode: Type or kind of writing, technology used to write Audience: readers, listeners, viewers. Who you are
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