English 2 Sect 1 - Motivation Needs Security(food water...

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January 22, 2008 Motivation Needs Security (food, water, shelter) Sex, family, love Recognition Power Getting off guilt Words/language is tools used to get what you want to satisfy your needs. Rhetoric – persuade- ethical Rhetor - learned how to argue Using words to be evil- taking away a need Facts need truth and intellect Argue from heart Argue from intellect Feelings toward a specific person 1. Medicine Religion 2. January 24, 2008 Words are tools used to get what you want to satisfy your needs. Innate needs – natural needs Needs: Security Sex love family Recognition (self actualization) – diploma/education Power - auto, politics, military, status Guilt (getting off guilt) 8 parts of speech *Every word in a sentence serves a purpose 1. Noun – person, place, thing, idea “book” 2. Verb - action word “running” 3. Adjective – describes a noun “pretty” 4. Adverb – describes a verb “quickly” 5. Pronoun – replaces a noun “he” 6. Interjection – expression of emotion “wow” 7. Conjunction – combines two thoughts “and” 8. Preposition – location (usually physical) “on” Writing process Choose a topic
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Narrow topic down Brainstorm Free write January 29, 2008 Intra-personal communication – talking to yourself Inter-personal communication – communication between two plus people Vowels – a, e, i, o, u Words are symbols with meaning and feeling/emotion A sentence is complete after it makes sense (complete thought) A fragment is an uncompleted sentence Introduction paragraph:
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