genre analysis
First, collect examples (artifacts) of the genre for which you’ve selected. We’ll do this work in association with the Week 2 Discussion.

After you’ve collected 3-5 artifacts of the genre you’ve selected, use the Analyzing Genres document (below) to investigate and interpret patterns across artifacts.

The deliverable for this assignment is to submit your answers to the questions listed on the Analyzing Genres document. The purpose is to better understand the patterns of the genre on which you’ve selected to focus for project one, noticing patterns of context, audience, purpose, layout, and style. In other words, what patterns do you notice across the 3-5 artifacts you’ve collected? When appropriate, pull in examples from the artifacts you’ve collected to help support your answers. This analysis will serve as the data for developing your Rhetorical/Genre Analysis Memo.

Note: When considering the language most commonly used, this does not refer to English, Chinese, Spanish, etc. Instead, look for keywords, key phrases, and/or patterns of speech commonly used across your artifacts.

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genre analysis
First, collect examples (artifacts) of the genre for which you’ve selected. We’ll do this work in association with the Week 2 Discussion.

After you’ve collected 3-5 artifacts of the genre you’ve selected, use the Analyzing Genres document (below) to investigate and interpret patterns across artifacts.

The deliverable for this assignment is to submit your answers to the questions listed on the Analyzing Genres document. The purpose is to better understand the patterns of the genre on which you’ve selected to focus for project one, noticing patterns of context, audience, purpose, layout, and style. In other words, what patterns do you notice across the 3-5 artifacts you’ve collected? When appropriate, pull in examples from the artifacts you’ve collected to help support your answers. This analysis will serve as the data for developing your Rhetorical/Genre Analysis Memo.

Note: When considering the language most commonly used, this does not refer to English, Chinese, Spanish, etc. Instead, look for keywords, key phrases, and/or patterns of speech commonly used across your artifacts.

this essay should focus on career life, or fits on workplace, which i

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Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *