The mentor texts that I looked at in regards to my topic all had the same structure. its like they all tell a story in the first person point of view. the example showed research because it had hyperlinks leading to other short stories that I can use to get an idea of how my project should look. each example was about a page long each. I think the target audience was adolescents between ages of 19-25.Some aspects that I would emulate in my own project are, not to make too long for it to become boring. I would like to avoid repetition in my project so that it won’t be long a draw out , I want it eye catching and interesting so the reader doesn’t get bored.
ENG 1101 is about you getting more comfortable with your own process. You’ll look at tools and ideas about how language is used to communicate and persuade and even exclude. And you’ll be introduced to concepts like transfer, genre, and metacognition.
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This still sounds like you’re about to write a personal essay, kind of like the education narrative we did at the beginning of the term. We should talk about it since you said you were doing a short story, and personal narrative is very different. I don’t know a short story ever that used an expert source or quotes…
I just updated my post can u let me know if u understand what im saying now