Revision history for AudienceMarkersExercise1


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Last edited on 2014-11-03 07:51:26 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
[[http://cogdogblog.com/2014/11/02/presentation-gong-show/ | Cog Dog]]. Again, consider how the embedded videos might be used as a technique for audience engagement
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[[http://cogdogblog.com/2014/11/02/presentation-gong-show/ | Cog Dog]]. Again, consider what's going on with the embedded videos.


Revision [19949]

Edited on 2014-11-03 07:34:09 by MorganAdmin
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[[http://cogdogblog.com/2014/11/02/presentation-gong-show/ | Cog Dog]]. Again, consider what's going on with the embedded videos.
- What kind of audience markers are prevalent
Deletions:
[[http://languagelog.ldc.upenn.edu/nll/?p=2289 Worthless grammar edicts from Harvard]] from [[http://languagelog.ldc.upenn.edu/ The Language Log]].
- What kind of markers are prevalent


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Edited on 2014-11-03 07:28:56 by MorganAdmin
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[[http://heyamberrae.com | Hey Amber Rae]]. Consider images, too.
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[[http://heyamberrae.com | Hey Amber Rae]]


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Edited on 2014-11-03 07:28:12 by MorganAdmin
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[[http://heyamberrae.com | Hey Amber Rae]]
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Post FromTheHuffingtonPost


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Edited on 2014-11-03 07:17:12 by MorganAdmin
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Use the two texts below, and make some notes analyzing each text using the headings that Myers uses in chap 6. Don't expect to find occurrences of every one of these elements. They are listed here for focus. Refer to Myers chap 6 for details.
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Use the two texts below, and make extensive notes analyzing each text using the headings that Myers uses in chap 6. Don't expect to find occurrences of every one of these elements. They are listed here for focus. Refer to Myers chap 6 for details.


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Edited on 2014-11-02 12:21:15 by MorganAdmin
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Copy and paste each text into your own page, then annotate, edit, rearrange, cut, and mark them up to highlight examples, add commentary, and reveal patterns. You're aiming for an analysis, so take the balcony stance, be neutral, fair, and complete - and use the concepts from Myers. Focus on what's happening in the text.
Deletions:
Copy and paste each text into your own page, then annotate, edit, rearrange, and mark them up to highlight examples, add commentary, and reveal patterns. You're aiming for an analysis, so take the balcony stance, be neutral, fair, and complete - and use the concepts from Myers. Focus on what's happening in the text.


Revision [19939]

Edited on 2014-11-02 12:20:15 by MorganAdmin
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===== Audience Markers Warmup Exercise =====
Start a new page on your own wikiname page: AudienceMarkersExercise - followed by your initials.
Use the two texts below, and make extensive notes analyzing each text using the headings that Myers uses in chap 6. Don't expect to find occurrences of every one of these elements. They are listed here for focus. Refer to Myers chap 6 for details.
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===== Audience Markers Exercise 1 =====
Start a new page on your own wikiname page: AudienceMarkersExercise1 - followed by your initials.
Use the two texts below, and make extensive notes analyzing each text using the headings that Myers uses in chap 6:


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Edited on 2012-11-29 09:55:33 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Copy and paste each text into your own page, then annotate, edit, rearrange, and mark them up to highlight examples, add commentary, and reveal patterns. You're aiming for an analysis, so take the balcony stance, be neutral, fair, and complete - and use the concepts from Myers. Focus on what's happening in the text.
Deletions:
Copy and paste each text into your own page, then edit, rearrange, and mark them up to highlight examples, add commentary, and reveal patterns. You're aiming for an analysis, so take the balcony stance, be neutral, fair, and complete - and use the concepts from Myers. Focus on what's happening in the text.


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Edited on 2012-11-29 09:54:22 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Use the two texts below, and make extensive notes analyzing each text using the headings that Myers uses in chap 6:
Deletions:
Use the two texts below, and make extensive notes towards an analysis on each under the headings that Myers uses in chap 6:


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Edited on 2012-11-29 07:31:23 by MorganAdmin
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Post FromTheHuffingtonPost
What you're watching for:
- The differences in kinds and use between the two samples
Deletions:
FromTheHuffingtonPost
What you're watching for
- What are the differences between the two samples?


Revision [12646]

Edited on 2012-11-29 07:29:34 by MorganAdmin
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Keep Myers, chap 6 in front of you as you work.


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Edited on 2012-11-29 07:29:02 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
What you're watching for
- What kind of markers are prevalent
- What patterns of use emerge
- How are the markers used
- How frequently
- What are the differences between the two samples?


Revision [12643]

Edited on 2012-11-29 07:21:30 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Use the two texts below, and make extensive notes towards an analysis on each under the headings that Myers uses in chap 6:
address: specific mentions
using pronouns
using questions and directives
presence of markers that draw on shared expectations and knowledge
Copy and paste each text into your own page, then edit, rearrange, and mark them up to highlight examples, add commentary, and reveal patterns. You're aiming for an analysis, so take the balcony stance, be neutral, fair, and complete - and use the concepts from Myers. Focus on what's happening in the text.
Deletions:
Use the two texts below, and make some notes towards an analysis on each under the headings that Myers uses in chap 6:
address
pronouns
questions and directives
expectations and knowledge
Copy and paste each text into your own page, then edit, rearrange, and mark them up to highlight examples, add commentary, and reveal patterns. You're aiming for an analysis, so take the balcony stance, be neutral, fair, and complete - and use the concepts from Myers. Focus on what's happening in the text rather than on gut reactions.


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Edited on 2012-11-29 06:52:00 by MorganAdmin
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[[http://www.huffingtonpost.com/arianna-huffington/unemployment-mortgage-crisis-_b_1072430.html Arianna Huffington]]
[[http://chronicle.com/article/Citation-Obsession-Get-Over/129575/ Citation Obsession]]
[[http://www.glamour.com/magazine/2011/10/cate-edwards-what-no-one-knows-about-my-mother-elizabeth-edwards Cate Edwards]]


Revision [12641]

Edited on 2012-11-29 06:44:41 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Copy and paste each text into your own page, then edit, rearrange, and mark them up to highlight examples, add commentary, and reveal patterns. You're aiming for an analysis, so take the balcony stance, be neutral, fair, and complete - and use the concepts from Myers. Focus on what's happening in the text rather than on gut reactions.
Deletions:
Copy and paste each text into your own page, then edit, rearrange, and mark them up to highlight examples, add commentary, and show patterns. You're aiming for an analysis, so take the balcony stance, be neutral, fair, and complete - and use the concepts from Myers. Focus on what's happening in the text rather than on gut reactions.


Revision [12640]

Edited on 2012-11-29 06:43:49 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Start a new page on your own wikiname page: AudienceMarkersExercise1 - followed by your initials.
Deletions:
Start a new page on your own wikiname page: AudienceMarkersExercise1 - followed by your name.


Revision [12632]

Edited on 2012-11-29 06:32:57 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
Start a new page on your own wikiname page: AudienceMarkersExercise1 - followed by your name.
[[http://languagelog.ldc.upenn.edu/nll/?p=2289 Worthless grammar edicts from Harvard]] from [[http://languagelog.ldc.upenn.edu/ The Language Log]].
Copy and paste each text into your own page, then edit, rearrange, and mark them up to highlight examples, add commentary, and show patterns. You're aiming for an analysis, so take the balcony stance, be neutral, fair, and complete - and use the concepts from Myers. Focus on what's happening in the text rather than on gut reactions.
Deletions:
Start a new page on your own wikiname page: AudienceMarkersExercise - followed by your name.
[[http://languagelog.ldc.upenn.edu/nll/?p=2289 Worthless grammar edicts from Harvard]] from The Language Log
You can copy and paste the texts into your own page, then edit, rearrange, and mark them up as you need. You're aiming for an analysis, so take the balcony stance, be neutral, fair, and complete. Focus on what's happening in the text rather than on gut reactions.


Revision [12631]

Edited on 2012-11-29 06:28:21 by MorganAdmin
Additions:
===== Audience Markers Exercise 1 =====
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===== Audience Markers Exercise =====


Revision [12630]

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