ENG1121E106Spring2019

In-Formation

Author: Tasnia Hossain (page 1 of 2)

The Final Portfolio

FINAL

Multi-Modal

Please, can someone inform me if the link is working or not? also the sound?

https://www.dropbox.com/s/69y4j4zezg698li/video-output-D78C7284-45C1-4BB0-B5B0-964AACB00168.MOV?dl=0

I forget to mention in the video,  my parents also helped me with this. They were my cameraman/ woman. Thank you

My Journey

My Journey (fix)

Freedom through Rebel (NEW)

Freedom

Worksheet 2

Worksheet-2.1

Worksheet 1

Worksheet-1

Genre 2- Recipe Spreadsheet

Recipe Spreadsheet

Genre 2

G2

Reviews

I have purchased from F21.com for two years and have never felt so compelled to write a review, but I have also never been so disappointed with an online purchase. I unwrapped the item and I was shocked by the look, feel and smell of it. It looked incredibly wrinkled, had the texture of a raincoat or tarp and smelled violently plastic. I tried it on and it looked laughable and nothing like the photo. I’m familiar with the idea that quality can be lacking in some forever21 items and I’ve had some misses. As I can’t return in the store, paying for shipping and handling to possibly have it rejected is honestly too much of a hassle. I’m so disappointed as I was sincerely looking forward to receiving this item and it really felt like a slap in the face.

Donald Murray: Internal Revision: A Process of Discovery

  1. Murray defines writing as is that it is the process of using language to discover meaning in experience and to communicate it. Murray defines writing as rewriting and that there are steps to writing. The three steps he talks about are: Prevision, Vision, and revision. Purpose of writing is to rewrite continuously to improve in the process and to discover the importance of revision.
  2. Discovery in Murray’s words suggests as the important step in the process of writing and language and that the most significant step is made in writing when one enters into the writing process and experiences the discovery of meaning through writing. He also states that discovery is using language to find out what you are going to say. However, Murray states that this step is not explored or discovered enough because it has not been experienced by non-writers or admitted so when it is experienced by writers in the less imaginative forms of writing and also because most people are uncomfortable thinking about these types of questions. Murray suggests that the concept of ignorance is those who do not understand the use of language in the discovery process and not actually spend time rewriting because they are focused too much on solely the finished work.
  3. The product, as mentioned, is when writers focus solely on the finished piece of writing and not the actual process in rewriting and discovery using language to convey one’s message that one is trying to state. In addition, he states that this concept of the product instead of the process leads to dangerous misconceptions of writing. There are multiple ways to the process including internal and external revision as examples.
  4.  Internal revision is when the audience is one person, the author themselves and is the idea that writers are not concerned with correctness in any exterior case. Instead, the writers read what they have written so that they can deal with the questions of the subject, of adequate information, of structure, of form, of language. Internal Revision is when writers also read their own works to help discover where their content, form, language, and voice have led them. External revision, is what writers do to communicate to a larger audience about what they have found from what they have written. These writers now pay more attention to the conventions of form and language, mechanics, and style. In addition, they keep an eye on their audience and choose to appeal to them and read as an outsider for revision.
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