Reflection On The Other Side Of The Face

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During the semester, I attended the classes, completed my assignment on the time, motivation inside and outside the classes, ask for help, and going to professor 's office hour and writing center. I spend my time to read the two articles; The Other Side of the Face by Karl Knausgaard and Citizen: An American Lyric by Claudia Rankine.
In my personal experience, I attended to Youth Leadership Camp hosted by National Association of the Deaf. This program is for the younger students to learn how to become a successful leader and the National Association of the Deaf need younger people to join their community and gain the number of members. I stayed for a month at Oregon and I learned a lot about the leadership role, society, and meeting the
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The rhetorical situation is including the critical analysis. This is broken down the text and figure the author 's purpose and thesis. For myself, I read twice on the articles. I use the three different colors of highlights. One is the word that I don 't know, another one is like the text, and other one is confused the text and wants to talk about this with another classmate, or in the classroom. I found the definition in each word that I don 't know. Then, I put the define on the article. I analyzed on the text and tried to figure out why does the author write this. Also, I tried to find the author 's writing strategies and picked the author 's purpose. Also, I make my own purpose for my assignment from two articles. After that, I put the notes on the articles about the texts or whole the articles. That helps me to develop the outlines and start the …show more content…
For example, in the Rankine 's article. I wrote, "Sometimes the moon is missing, and beyond the window, the low, gray ceilings seem approachable," (Rankine 5). There is no location, but rather an overwhelming dark feeling. The moonlight, symbolizing the goal of America 's mission to land on the moon. The text said, "the moon is missing," (Rankine 5). They can 't chase their dreams or goals. They purpose of the narrator great country are all but extinguished in the dark and lonely space," (Miller Assignment 13). After that, I change to add the quotes and more explain about this quotes. I felt that I make the clarity explainable and make the readers understand my interpret Rankine 's

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