What I would like to teach my audience is many people think immigrants are criminals, Bad influencers, and other negative terms. However early immigrants helped shape the US with traditions and customs, while Immigrants just wanting a place to live for a chance of freedom that they did not have in their home country. The audience I would like to get it our own generation and the future generation because people can change how we view this topic rather than still having the perspective that we got while growing up. The ted talk source would help because it showed how people with negative beliefs about the topic later on their perspective changed to an openminded people and understand how they shaped America. The form of genre I would like to use is a story with pictures to tell the story of how immigrations shaped the US or a collage I’m not sure yet. My only worry is if it will get my message across clearly to my audience whether in a storyline with only pictures or a full collage.
This OpenLab site accompanies Jackie Blain’s synchronous ENG 1101 course for Fall 2020. The Course Materials are here (Assignments, Resources, How-to Videos) as well as the Class Discussion blogs. We’re all about writing in multiple digital and analogue situations, for multiple purposes… and investigating and talking about issues by asking questions. Lots of questions.
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