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Russell writenow ch12 power point Russell writenow ch12 power point Presentation Transcript

  • McGraw-Hill 12 Solving a Problem: Crime and Justice
  • 12-212-2 McGraw-Hill Learning Outcomes • Identify real world applications for solving a problem. • Understand the steps for writing about a solution to a problem. • Respond to and analyze images and readings about crime and justice.
  • 12-312-3 McGraw-Hill Learning Outcomes (contd.) • Analyze the rhetorical situation for solving a problem. • Apply the steps for solving a problem in writing.
  • 12-412-4 McGraw-Hill Real World Applications (LO 12.1) School • Propose a solution to a social issue. • Propose a solution to an environmental concern.
  • 12-512-5 McGraw-Hill Real World Applications (contd.) Daily Life • Propose a solution for a time management issue. • Propose a solution to budgeting issues.
  • 12-612-6 McGraw-Hill Real World Applications (contd.) Career • Propose a new program. • Propose ideas for improving workplace morale.
  • 12-712-7 McGraw-Hill Writing a Proposal to Solve a Problem (LO 12.2) • Identify a problem and demonstrate that it exists. • Appeal to your audience. • State your claim. • Propose a solution to the problem. • Organize your solution(s) effectively. • Persuade your audience that your solution is feasible and worthwhile. • End with a call to action.
  • 12-812-8 McGraw-Hill Media Connection to Crime and Justice (LO 12.3) Writing about an image • Consider what crime has occurred. • Consider if the crime could have been prevented. • Determine what should be done.
  • 12-912-9 McGraw-Hill Media Connection to Crime and Justice (contd.) Media connection for solving a problem • Watch, read, or listen to the suggested media for examples. • View various media to better understand methods of problem-solving. • Cite any outside sources you use.
  • 12-1012-10 McGraw-Hill The Rhetorical Star (LO 12.4) Subject • Identify a problem that you have observed in your life. • The issue can be based on firsthand knowledge or on issues in the media
  • 12-1112-11 McGraw-Hill The Rhetorical Star (contd.) Audience • Identify your readers. • Determine subject topics that will interest your readers. • Consider what the audience may already know.
  • 12-1212-12 McGraw-Hill The Rhetorical Star (contd.) Purpose • Consider what you want to accomplish. • Your main goal should be to convince your readers that a problem exists. • Offer a reasonable solution.
  • 12-1312-13 McGraw-Hill The Rhetorical Star (contd.) Audience (contd.) • Establish whether the readers experience the problem or contribute to it. • Decide if the reader can do something about the problem. • Appeal to readers’ interests and needs.
  • 12-1412-14 McGraw-Hill The Rhetorical Star (contd.) Strategy • Determine if other writing strategies are needed. • Consider evaluating several possible solutions if appropriate. Design • Select the best format. • Determine which design details are useful.
  • 12-1512-15 McGraw-Hill The Writing Process (LO 12.5) Discovering • Search for problem-solving ideas in the chapter. • Make a list of problems you have experienced or witnessed. • Discuss your ideas with a friend or classmate.
  • 12-1612-16 McGraw-Hill The Writing Process (contd.) Planning • Write out the problem. • List possible solutions. • Consider the pros and cons before selecting which areas to include in the essay. • Organize your ideas with a graphic organizer or outline.
  • 12-1712-17 McGraw-Hill The Writing Process (contd.) Composing • Write a first draft. • Don’t focus on grammar and punctuation, yet. • Keep in mind the steps for writing about a solution to a problem.
  • 12-1812-18 McGraw-Hill The Writing Process (contd.) Getting Feedback • Have a classmate or peer read your rough draft. • Utilize the peer review questions, if possible. • Get a second opinion if possible.
  • 12-1912-19 McGraw-Hill The Writing Process (contd.) Revising • Make sure your solution is reasonable and clearly explained. • Add, delete, or rearrange ideas as needed.
  • 12-2012-20 McGraw-Hill The Writing Process (contd.) Editing • Read your essay again. • Check for grammar, punctuation, and mechanics. • Consider that your solution may not be the only viable option.
  • 12-2112-21 McGraw-Hill The Writing Process (contd.) Proofreading • Read your essay at least one more time. • Look for typographical errors. • Make any necessary final corrections.