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5 purposes of writing and reading.

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  • Reading/Writing/Viewing Purposes Ambre Lee Dubnoff Center
    • The best way to gain comprehension while reading, is to know the purpose for reading. Likewise, people are more productive writers if the purpose of writing is clear. Finally, you gain more from viewing media if the purpose is understood upfront.
  • Terms Comment #1 Express and Reflect
  • Reading/Writing Purposes Terms Comment #1 Express and Reflect The writer expresses his/her own ideas. #2 Inquire and Explore
  • Reading/Writing Purposes Terms Comment #1 Express and Reflect The writer expresses his/her own ideas. #2 Inquire and Explore The writer explores a problem and shares his/her thinking process.
  • Reading/Writing Purposes Terms Comment #1 Express and Reflect The writer expresses his/her own ideas. #2 Inquire and Explore The writer explores a problem and shares his/her thinking process. # 3 Inform and Explain The writer shows knowledge of subject matter.
  • Reading/Writing Purposes Terms Comment #1 Express and Reflect The writer expresses his/her own ideas. #2 Inquire and Explore The writer explores a problem and shares his/her thinking process. # 3 Inform and Explain The writer shows knowledge of subject matter. # 4 Enjoyment and Pleasure
  • Reading/Writing Purposes Terms Comment #1 Express and Reflect The writer expresses his/her own ideas. #2 Inquire and Explore The writer explores a problem and shares his/her thinking process. # 3 Inform and Explain The writer shows knowledge of subject matter. # 4 Enjoyment and Pleasure The reader finds the material entertaining.
  • Reading/Writing Purposes Terms Comment #1 Express and Reflect The writer expresses his/her own ideas. #2 Inquire and Explore The writer explores a problem and shares his/her thinking process. # 3 Inform and Explain The writer shows knowledge of subject matter. # 4 Enjoyment and Pleasure The reader finds the material entertaining. # 5 Persuade
  • Reading/Writing Purposes Terms Comment #1 Express and Reflect The writer expresses his/her own ideas. #2 Inquire and Explore The writer explores a problem and shares his/her thinking process. # 3 Inform and Explain The writer shows knowledge of subject matter. # 4 Enjoyment and Pleasure The reader finds the material entertaining. # 5 Persuade A. Take a Stand
  • Reading/Writing Purposes Terms Comment #1 Express and Reflect The writer expresses his/her own ideas. #2 Inquire and Explore The writer explores a problem and shares his/her thinking process. # 3 Inform and Explain The writer shows knowledge of subject matter. # 4 Enjoyment and Pleasure The reader finds the material entertaining. # 5 Persuade
    • Take a Stand
    • Evaluate and Judge
  • Reading/Writing Purposes Terms Comment #1 Express and Reflect The writer expresses his/her own ideas. #2 Inquire and Explore The writer explores a problem and shares his/her thinking process. # 3 Inform and Explain The writer shows knowledge of subject matter. # 4 Enjoyment and Pleasure The reader finds the material entertaining. # 5 Persuade
    • Take a Stand
    • Evaluate and Judge
    • C. Propose a Solution
  • Reading/Writing Purposes Terms Comment #1 Express and Reflect The writer expresses his/her own ideas. #2 Inquire and Explore The writer explores a problem and shares his/her thinking process. # 3 Inform and Explain The writer shows knowledge of subject matter. # 4 Enjoyment and Pleasure The reader finds the material entertaining. # 5 Persuade
    • Take a Stand
    • Evaluate and Judge
    • C. Propose a Solution
    • D. Seek Common Ground
  • Purpose
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  • Purpose
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