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  • 1. Writing to Share Your Knowledge Unit 2
  • 2. Scenario for this Unit:
    • You have just met someone who is very interested in the career you have chosen and they have asked you to explain to them what it takes to be successful in that profession/job so that s/he can start preparing.
    • The rest of this unit will provide activities to help you fulfill this person's request.
  • 3. UNIT GOALS
    • Incorporate your own experience with information from experts in your field.
    • Show understanding of audience and purpose as well as thesis and paragraph development using evidence from your personal experience and from research.
    • develop the ability to research and write a documented paper
  • 4. ACTIVITY OBJECTIVES
    • Activity 1: Discuss your learning strategies
    • Activity 2: Read and analyze
    • Activity 3: Draft an essay
    • Activity 4: Research
    • Activity 5: Incorporate research
    • Activity 6: Revise essay.
  • 5. UNIT OUTCOMES
    • By the end of this unit, you will be able to
    • discuss purpose and audience,
    • practice research (i.e. finding an article),
    • compare and contrast different strategies,
    • use supporting detail to develop an argument,
    • practice summarization and documentation,
    • collaborate with classmates to research.