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    Writing And Culture

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    every culture together: Self expression allows for cultural unity amongst diverse groups of people. This may be seen in many different forms such as dance, art, oral language or writing. Whatever it may be, things such as writing have the power to unite different cultures from even the most remote parts of the world. Writing has been modified through centuries, and today, is something that has become a very useful tool that has greatly changed our methods and ways of life. Having an oral…

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    Revenge Of The Text

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    information, often by way of what Flusser terms ‘black boxes’ (Flusser, “The Future of Writing, 67). He feels that having such powerful technology at our fingertips, with laptops, tablets, “apps” and social media networks, opens up endless possibilities for people as writers and we should, as a result, question our positions, as well as think about the changes to the “what” and “how” of the things we’re writing… “The writer’s role is being significantly…

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    15,000 - 10,000 BC The first known visual communication, with symbols discovered in the Lascaux caves in southern France. These images showed the appreciation the civilization had toward animals. 3600 BC The Blau Monument is the oldest monument known to incorporate both words and pictures. 105 AD Paper is invented by the Chinese government official Ts’ai Lun. 1045 AD Movable type is invented by Pi Sheng, this allowed individual letters to be used in printing work.…

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    first step is focusing; the more you know about the subject the writing will be enhanced as his or her writing develops; the author ought to be passionate about the subject when writing about the topic. The second is more geared towards research, gathering information about the topic the author wishes to convey. The third step is smoothing out the topic, making it more substantial towards the audience. Undergraduates, see writing resembling reading a manual for beginners when understanding a…

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    great career field would be one where he can express his leadership skills and not have to do a lot of writing things, for example a career in construction or even in driving a truck like his dad. I think Carlos wanted to participate in his IEP meeting because he would like to have his input on different things like what are his interest and how he can take the test or do different things besides writing papers, etc. I think Carlos should be a major source on information on how the teachers can…

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    he explains his views on the transition from verbal communication to writing words down on a paper, and also the constant advancement of technology. McLuhan proposed that writing words on a paper led to inventions such as book, roads and more. At the same time, writing caused Western society to live in a world of invisible lines. He emphasized that alphabet had no true meaning until lines were added to it. Also that before writing the world had no restrictions. McLuhan hypothesized that this…

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    though he was my actual student; and second, I would teach him if he was my child. In every other assignment up to this writing assessment, I felt like a teacher. I was the one prepared with the questions, activities, and lesson plan, ready to guide Mikel through instructional learning. All he had to do was follow my lead. As I prepared to give Mikel directions for our writing activity, we had a terrific start. Mikel shared that his last name contains an r-controlled vowel. So, it was a joyous…

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    “Writing, the art of communicating thoughts to the mind through the eye, is the greatest invention of the world...enabling us to converse with the dead, the absent, and the unborn, at all distances of time and space” Abraham Lincoln. Without written communication, we wouldn 't have things such as the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights, the Star Spangled Banner, or even the Bible. Imagine a world without those important artifacts of history. The world would be in a complete mess!…

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    Language plays an instrumental role when it comes to human communication as it ensures the accomplishment of numerous activities. Notably, language makes sure that a consensus is reached whenever people communicate as the information being relayed is comprehended in an easy manner. If language did not exist life would be cumbersome as an agreement would not be realized and this would be disastrous (Formigari, 2004). Apparently, the ultimate origin of human language has not yet been decided as a…

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    Mother” illustrates the hardships that Bechdel faces in both writing the memoir and her everyday life revolving around writing. As we see her writing this memoir, we also see the things that impact her such as her interest in psychoanalysis and dreams. As Bechdel puts it, “You can’t live and write at the same time” (79). This quote is very important as the reader follows along Bechdel’s story and see’s the hardships she faces when writing. The beginning of the work gives the reader some outline…

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