Friday, May 17, 2019
Literacy Narrative Essay
Due Date Friday night, September 6th by midnight in the digital dropbox on AngelDesired Learning Outcomes1.Understand our personal development as readers and writers or persons2.Explore writing as a means of self-discovery3.Choose the appropriate voice, diction, and audience for a personal literacy fib4.Use sundry(a) invention, drafting and revising/editing strategies as needed5.Demonstrate appropriate conventions of grammar and style of written English6.Use engineering effectively and correctly to complete the assignmentREADINGS FOR PAPER1.Norton, Chapter 7 Writing a Literacy Narrative, Chapter 40 Narrating, and Chapter 57 additional examples of literacy narratives to be selected by the instructor 2.Quick Access Concise, Chapter 1 Understanding College and Other Writing Situations and Chapter 7a & c Strategies for Writing Typical Kinds of College PapersASSIGNMENTAfter completing the readings for this assignment, follow the guidelines in Chapter 7 of your Norton land Guide, parti cularly pages 43-46. Additional tips on the writing process itself appear in the chapter, as well as samples from professional writers. As your text advises, follow these steps. 1.Choose a topic. A single event that you recall vividly would be a good choice. See the suggestions on page 43.2.Consider the rhetorical situation, particularly your audience and stance. Your instructor will discuss conventions in more detail, but this type of writing does not require a formal tone and may use the first person (I). Grammar andformat, however, need to be correct. 3.Be convinced(predicate) you understand the nature of narrating (Chapter 40) and have the kinds of details and stance that motivate and excite your readers. A good narrative always has an element of conflict. 4.Apply the information in your Field Guide on generating ideas, drafting, and revising under the caution of your instructor.