Reflection On Rhetorical Strategies

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Last quarter, we mostly focused on learning about rhetorical strategies and ways to utilized, define, and identify them. This (2nd) quarter, on the other hand, we carried over those skills and technique and incorporate them in our craft of both reading (MLK, A Modest Proposal, White book, Serving from Florida, etc) and writing (timed essays (analysis/argument/synthesis), research papers/tasks, rhetorical and style questions, reflections, multiple choice questions, lessons homework, etc). We’ve learned to use and recognized effective rhetorical strategies and techniques when composing for a variety of purposes. We achieved this by analyzing and interpreting samples of purposeful writing, identifying and explaining an author’s use of rhetorical …show more content…
The changes I reckon are not drastic, but they are worthy and meaningful as they are significant to my growth and education. Throughout the semester, I’ve learned and practice writing coherent well-developed essays that argues a clear position through synthesizing information, ideas, and thoughts from personal experience and/or selections (gender roles (Judy Brady “I Want a Wife”, Marge Piercy “Barbie Doll” and Virginia Woolf Professions for Women), community, texts, etc). Making sure my argument is central and incorporate sources (direct quotation, paraphrase, or summary) to illustrate and support my reasoning, along with establishing the course learning goals. Unique rhetorical strategies and composition skills were assessed and established through hard work, persistence, and personal development. I’ve learned influential skills and techniques to better perform my reading and writing skills into comprehensive, thoughtful, and coherent essays. I’ve learned about the 3 crucial essays and the components required for (rhetorical analysis, argument, and synthesis) this course and the AP exam, practicing it to be prepared and perfect it for any given time or exam. This quarter, I’ve learned mainly about my writing style and its strength and weaknesses, as seen through time and critical analysis of past scored writing and …show more content…
Most teens and adults in America are born with their freedom and rights given to them, resulting in their uncaring and unappreciative attitude taking things for granted. They need to learn about the gift of life and the importance of love, life, family, and relationships, realizing the gift of life, cherishing and treasuring this precious possession of being a human being and a US citizen. Also, in the winter break gender project, I gained control over various reading and writing processes, with careful attention to inquiry (research), rhetorical analysis and synthesis of sources, drafting, revising/rereading, editing, and review, writing for a variety of purposes (“This writing mostly appears to people who are prejudice against women, races, or status because some scientist may like the idea and agree with it based on their personal preference and level of understanding.)” Raising the questions of, “How should one strive to be? How do we raise our children effectively? How can we create a healthy societal norm and expectations for both men and women to live and be? As, gender roles restrict both men and women choices, preventing them from learning new things and discovering their hidden talents and attributes. It

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