Rhetorical Analysis : Writing, And Reading Essay

1437 Words Dec 17th, 2016 6 Pages
Writing 101, also known as First Year Writing, was my first introduction to rhetorical analysis in literature, writing, and reading. Through this class, I have achieved and learned a series of lessons and have obtained many objectives of the course. As well as achieving many of the goals and objectives, I have also come to realize what is essential to keep with me as I grow toward success in the future. Writing 101 has not only taught me about rhetorical analysis, but in addition has implemented strategies that allow me continue to develop into a better reader, writer, and analyzer. Through this course, I have been given a foundation that will lead me to further success in my future. Looking back at the course’s goals and objectives now, I see the importance and significance that each of them play within the class. Although, now completing the course in its entirety, I believe that the most relevant goal of the three outlined in the course goals and learning objects is goal two. Goal two states “Upon completion of this course, students will be able to understand the rhetorical situation and other elements in composing an expository essay.” This is most essential goal within the course because I have found that Writing 101 is based around writing, reading, and analyzing in a rhetorical manner. Furthermore, understanding a rhetorical situation is critical because it allows the reader, who in this case is myself, to look at text and writing on a deeper level, then understand…

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