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Enc1101 unit3 data analysis
Enc1101 unit3 data analysis
Enc1101 unit3 data analysis
Enc1101 unit3 data analysis
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Enc1101 unit3 data analysis
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Enc1101 unit3 data analysis

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  • 1. Organizing and Analyzing Data Discourse community ethnography
  • 2. Which characteristics have scholars focused on?
    • Swales
      • Expertise, lexis
    • Mirabelli
      • Genre, expertise
    • Wardle
      • Genre, participation, intercommunication
    • Student paper
      • Expertise, genres, lexis, intercommunication
  • 3. Which characteristics will you focus on?
      • Color code for:
        • Goals
        • Intercommunication
        • Participation
        • Lexis
        • Genres
        • Expertise
      • (step 2 on assignment sheet)
  • 4. Which characteristics will you focus on?
    • Trade data with a partner.
    • Discuss: which of the six characteristics stand out to you as most interesting in your partner’s data? Why?
    • Write: which of the six characteristics stand out to you as most interesting in your own data? Why?
  • 5. What are the scholars’ arguments?
    • Swales
      • Defining discourse communities
    • Mirabelli
      • Multiliteracies, defying stereotypes
    • Wardle
      • Enculturation, identity, authority, modes of belonging
  • 6. Let’s make an argument
    • Trade data with a partner.
    • Look for:
      • Conflicts
      • Participants with difficulties
      • Authority
      • Stereotypes
      • Multiliteracies
      • Identity
      • Modes of belonging
      • Etc.
  • 7. Let’s make an argument…again!
    • Write: what aspect of your partner’s data seems most interesting to you?
    • Discuss with your partner.
  • 8. Let’s make an argument…again!
    • Write a tentative thesis statement.
    • Share with the class.

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