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Enc 1102 may 29 30

  1. 1. ContinuingAnnotated Bibs Tuesday, 5/29
  2. 2. Proposals? Genre conventions? http://vimeo.com/42828824 How does this break the genre conventions?
  3. 3. Annotated Bib: Why should I write one? To learn about your topic Learn “what’s been said” Develop your own point of view To see what the issues are, what people are arguing about
  4. 4. Journal Look at all of the sources you have so far. If you had to group them into categories, what categories would you choose? Which sources would you put together? Example: patient/nurse communication education: Smith, Jones patient/nurse communication in major hospitals: Swales, McDaniels
  5. 5. Annotated Bib: Format Citation (MLA/APA) Precis How does this source relate to the others? Include at least one quote in this section. Citation Precis How does this source relate to the others? Repeat for 10 articles
  6. 6. Example, part 1Lamott, Anne. Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life. New York: Anchor Books, 1995. Print. Anne Lamott, a professional writer, in her 1995 work, Bird by Bird: Some Instructions on Writing and Life, asserts that students argue mostly with their own inner critic when writing a paper. She supports this assertion through a variety of anecdotes, in which she uses humor to display students’ insecurities with their own writing abilities. Her purpose was to show that students should be more confident when writing, because they are often their own tough critics. Her intended audience includes writing students and teachers, and she targets this audience by using anecdotes from both the student and the teacher perspectives on writing.
  7. 7. Example, part 2Lamott’s book is relevant to my topic because she focuses onthe students’ writing processes as determinants of theirconfidence with writing. Stating, “Students’ lack of confidencewith writing often limits their abilities,” meaning that studentslimit their writing potential when they doubtthemselves, Lamott argues that writing teachers should workto increase their students’ confidence with writing (89). Thisarticle relates to the claims made by Swales, but he referencesthe discourse communities in which students write, whileLammott speaks more directly about individual students andtheir writing processes. This article can also be related to Grant-Davie, since he discusses rhetorical situations and theirinfluence on how students might target audiences through theirwriting.
  8. 8. Other reminders List in alphabetical order, just like you would in a list of Works cited Double-space the entries Do not number them Heading should be in MLA/APA format Shoot for at least 10 citations Peer draft this Thursday, May 31st. Final Monday, June 4th Don’t worry about intro until Thursday
  9. 9. Some details… Article titles in quotes Book titles and journal titles in italics Punctuation goes inside quotation marks:  Devitt states, “Genres are reactions to life,” which means…  Devitt states, “Genres are reactions to life” (234).
  10. 10. Preliminary genre analysis Read over my comments. All of them. If you’d like to revise, send me an email to make an appointment during office hours. Come to appointment so that we can talk about your revision. All appointments must be made by Thursday, May 31st
  11. 11. Wednesday, 5/30 Work on your annotated bib Come up and discuss your genre analysis revision, if you’d like Ask questions, and be ready for peer-review tomorrow. Bring a hard copy or a saved draft on your computer.

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