I think the connection between transfer and writing is when someone takes something they have learned from previous years and apply it to something the learned recently. Then when reflection comes into it, it is when you look back and see what you have known and what you are learning that is new. I thinkContinue reading “Blog 13: Transfer and Learning”
First I looked at Daniel Adam’s post. We chose two different passage’s for this assignment, and I felt like he went together more than mine. I thought it was interesting when he described the difference between novice and experts, but when he was describing the differences it made me realize something I didn’t realize before.Continue reading “How We Learn, Chapter 2 Reflection”
I chose “How Students Talked about Actually Learning to Write” from the Bergmann and Zepernick article, and “Meaningful Patterns of Informations” for the How People Learn Chapter 2 article. I agree with both of this article. The meaningful pattern section, talked about chess and how people learn from patterns and memorizing. This makes me thinkContinue reading “How We Learn, Chapter 2”
I feel like I do not share perceptions. I do not think this because I know what I learned in 7th grade and still use it in writing to this day. I do find the concepts I have learned in English to be helpful in other contexts. For example, the other day my older brotherContinue reading “Blog 12: Transfer”
My first peer to review was Elijah Motz. I agreed with him when he talked about someones writing can be influenced by their past and their culture, which I have never thought about. When he was talking about all of the disciplines with writing vs. personal vs. academic, I understood that. I wrote about IContinue reading “Bergmann and Zepernick Reflection”
For major assignment 3, I plan to use the article from business insider about Stephen King. He talks about how to become a successful author in the world today. I plan to use this for the speech genre I will be using. I also found a article that talks about the failures of many famousContinue reading “Building Block 3.3: Research Sources Report”
This article made me think back to my high school English classes. As I was thinking I felt like when I was writing I was expressing my own feelings and/or opinions with myself. I found out I’m not the only student that was doing this either. I agree when they talked about writing in EnglishContinue reading “Bergmann and Zepernick Discussion”
I feel like the work shifted greatly. I think I have to make the two genres more personal, so I can connect with my audience. I feel like it was harder to shift the work with major assignment three, than it was with major assignment two. I feel this way because I had to totallyContinue reading “Blog Entry 11: Composing in Contexts”
For my genres I felt like it was most appropriate to chose case study and a study case for major assignment three. For the case study I will see how many people became a successful author. Then I will see how many years it took them before becoming successful. I will also see the oppositeContinue reading “Building Block 3.2: Audience Strategy”
My first peer review was Joshua Stanley. I first noticed his quartet one and how he listed the argument Yancey was making, which I found helpful. He also brought up how technologies overrunning the basics from the 19th century, which I thought was interesting. I haven’t really deeply thought about technologies in that way. ForContinue reading “Yancey 2 Reflection”
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