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Enc 1102 summer june 25th

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  • Who would give this to their mom? What does that say about your relationship?
  • Who would give this to their mom? What does that say about their relationship?
  • 10 mins with discussion
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  • 1. Welcome to ENC 1102! Monday, June 25th
  • 2. WriteTell me about a time when you struggled to fit in. Why did you struggle? What did you do?
  • 3. New communities?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yBAYiBoy43M Many times, we struggle to “fit in” when we are attempting to join new discourse communities (Swales). We need to adjust to the ways that members of discourse communities talk to each other.
  • 4. Discourse communitiesRemember this from ENC 1101?Swales’ definition of discourse community has a broadly agreed set of common public goals has mechanisms of intercommunication among its members uses its participatory mechanisms primarily to provide information and feedback utilizes and hence possesses one or more genres in the communicative furtherance of its aims has its own specific lexis (terminology, jargon) has a threshold level of membership (not anybody can participate)
  • 5. Basically… Looking at how community members talk to each other may allow you to communicate (or “fit in”) more effectively. These methods of communication can be understood as Genres
  • 6. Genres
  • 7. Genres?
  • 8. Write…What communities are you involved in? do people write inthese communities? What do these genres say about thegroup?This can go in your reading/research journal. This can beelectronic or in a physical notebook. I will collect thisperiodically throughout the semester.
  • 9. Syllabus Policies Schedule Reading/Research Journal
  • 10. Homework Start reading Bawarshi and Reiff: http://thelemming.com/lemming/POP- CULTURE/Materiality%20and%20Genre.pdf Take notes in your reading/research journal. I will be reading these. Define any words you don’t understand. Then, write at least 2 paragraphs summarizing what you think the article was about. Think about the relationship between discourse communities and genres. Due Wednesday. Find out Facebook group and post introduction
  • 11. Find us on Facebook!https://www.facebook.com/pages/ENC-1102-B005-Summer- 2012/453895607983425 Tonight: Find our Facebook page and post a short intro about yourself. What is your major? Your interests? Where are you from? What do you like to do in your spare time?
  • 12. LiveText! www.livetext.com Register your account This is how you will submit your assignments and build your portfolio