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  • Essay on Writing and Technology

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    Writing and Technology "The fact that we do not commonly feel the influence of writing on our thoughts shows that we have interiorized the technology of writing so deeply that without tremendous effort we cannot separate it from ourselves or even recognize its presence and influence (Ong, 317)." In this modern age of computers, disposable pens, and mechanical pencils, it is easy to forget that at one time writing was not so simple or convenient. Most of us have ". . . become so used to

  • Analysis Of Evaluating: Learning The Six Traits Of Writing

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    Evaluating: learning the six traits of writing As my students get the opportunity of analysing and reviewing my writing in the shared writing process, they learn to critique their own work by reflecting and evaluating their own writing. I implement the research supported six traits of writing in my classroom to teach and model out quality writing (Spandel, 2005, p. ix). For example, the ideas for writing, sentence organisation, word choice, conventions, sentence fluency and voice (Spandel, 2005

  • What Makes A Good First Impression?

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    Approaches to Writing Introductions Each of the introductions below presents the same thesis statement: "Identity theft is a serious problem that claims millions of innocent victims, and the government must implement better regulations to help put an end to this crime." While the thesis statement is the same for all of the introductions, notice how the various introductions

  • My Reflection Of Norwalk Community College

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    worked out better then it would have if I had taken it my any other semester, and I have noticed major changes in my writing because of this course. English-88 has helped me improve my writing in three major ways.

  • Reflection On Reading And Writing

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    The reading and writing practice that were done in class help me implement new technique in my writing. There were presentations in class that discussed different ways to become a better writer. The skills that were developed help with my writing and can use the skills to implement in others course, helping to form better essay. I learned about words that are not recommended of being used, how to transition, and where to look for good scholarly articles. A practice that was done for every assignment

  • Social Practices And Education Will Be Contemplated Essay

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    Franklin (World of Quotes, 2003). Ironically it was one of the first human weapons, the sharpened stone, that was a precursor to pen and paper when it was used to etch drawings upon cave-wall dwellings (Bellis, 2004). Long use of these concrete implements forged abstractions of them. Pen and paper have been interiorized into social practices and language (ex. "back to the drawing board"), and have been instrumental to the externalization of our innermost thoughts and emotions. Pen and paper will

  • Literacy Is A Fundamental Basis Of A Student 's Academic Success

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    Literacy is a fundamental basis of a student’s academic success. Without the skills of language, reading, and writing, children will have limited academic, economic, social, and emotional success in school and later in life (Maddox & Fung, 2013, p.3). According to the National Assessment of Educational Progress, 33% of U.S. students in elementary schools read below the basic reading level (NAEP, 2009). During this time, the Common Core initiative was in works to ensure that all students across America

  • Strengths And Weaknesses Of Writing

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    consider writing as tumble words from your mind, write, read it through, fix minor mistakes, and done. However, you rarely get successful. The truth is many students, including myself, struggle with starting to write a word, or getting stack in the middle without knowing the main point of the writing. After completing English 101, I can explain the writing process, evaluate the strengths of my essay, and identify my weaknesses. Throughout English 101, I learned that the following the writing process

  • Reflection On My English 101 Experience

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    consider writing as tumble words from your mind, write, read it through, fix minor mistakes, and done. However, you rarely get successful. The truth is many students, including myself, struggle with starting to write a word, or getting stuck in the middle without knowing the main point of the writing. After completing English 101, I can explain the writing process, evaluate the strengths of my essay, and identify my weaknesses. Throughout English 101, I learned that the following the writing process

  • Assessing The Classroom Abilities Of The Target Student

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    Assessments illustrate the needs of our students while emphasizing strengths. For literacy, assessments serve as a window into the pupils’ knowledge and development. Assessments provide detail information of pupils’ weakness and strength in literacy (Afflerbach, 2012). It is important for the teacher to incorporate various assessments to compile a holistic view of the reader. When teachers can identify student strengths and weaknesses, they can make informed decisions to guide their teaching. At

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