SarahDahlheimer
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Direct Address

Pronouns

Referring to the/an audience -

Questions and directives


Enacting conversational interaction

Flouts of implicature

"* Turkey breast roasted in white wine and herbs, bought today at the Fresh Market
* Dakota bread from Great Harvest Bread Company
* Sweet potato biscuits from the Fresh Market
* Cabbage cooked with bacon grease
* Green beans sauteed in olive oil with garlic
* Butternut squash, probably just roasted with some butter and maple syrup
* Deviled eggs
* Pickled okra
* Pickles
* Pomegranates
* Clementine oranges
* Store-bought lemon meringue pie (Fresh Market once again) "


Politeness

Expectations and knowledge


When markers are used:
When using a flouts, she is trying to impress her readers. When being polite, its used to soften her arguments so as not to seem too harsh against other opinions. Questions were used mostly for rhetorical reasons to show her dislike of said topic. Typically her audiance she expects is going to be other writing professors, or those involved in teaching students. however, she also appeals to mothers since she is also a mother.
Particular markers that are used regularly:
She enacts in conversation quite often, has her tidbits of information she adds on, to again claify a point with her opinion or with further insights, to show her cynicism of something, or in a rare instance to be humorous as well.
What I've come to notice
is that her posts are mostly of different works she has done for other things, such as a couple presentations at the college, an article she wrote ect. Her audiance must be that of those who are in her similiar situation, likely works in the writing department of the college since she often uses the pronoun 'we' or 'us' when talking about staff. After looking at he works, its also as if the audiance is suppose to react by either providing more information for her research, or to praise the piece since she offers it out like facts/information instead of a work that can be critqued. Also, I've come to notice a pattern in her writing, she always shows off her work whether its an article or a presentation, then undermines her work although it is good, she doesnt want to seem like shes bragging. I believe this is a marker of politeness, but since its a reoccuring lie, it may be a flout.





15 posts with some notes:
Facebook (or Foursquare) Check-in as Rhetorical Act

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Pronouns
Referring to the audience
Questions and directives
Enacting conversational interaction
Flouts of implicature: quality, relation, manner, clarity
Politeness
Expectations and knowledge





Indirect Assessment of ULL's First-Year Writing Program
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Flouts of implicature: quality, relation, manner, clarity
Politeness
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My second Prezi
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Pronouns
Referring to the audience
Questions and directives
Enacting conversational interaction
Flouts of implicature: quality, relation, manner, clarity
Politeness
Expectations and knowledge

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Free and Open Textbooks in Rhetoric and Writing Studies
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Flouts of implicature: quality, relation, manner, clarity

Politeness


Expectations and knowledge

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My First Prezi

Doesnt have much for markers, short post however has a flout that I wanted to take note of:

Flouts of implicature: quality, relation, manner, clarity
Politeness

Expectations and knowledge

Notes





CCCC Virtual Conference
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Pronouns
Referring to the audience
Questions and directives

Enacting conversational interaction
Flouts of implicature: quality, relation, manner, clarity
Politeness
Expectations and knowledge

Notes





Computer and Composition Review

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Not much for markers here either, however this still follows the norm of her posting work she has done at the college and wanted to take note of it.

Politeness
Expectations and knowledge




Kiplings Prose
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Pronouns

Referring to the audience

Questions and directives
Enacting conversational interaction
Flouts of implicature: quality, relation, manner, clarity
Politeness
Expectations and knowledge

Notes

Thanksgiving Menu
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Address
Pronouns

Referring to the audience
Questions and directives

Enacting conversational interaction

Flouts of implicature: quality, relation, manner, clarity
"* Turkey breast roasted in white wine and herbs, bought today at the Fresh Market
* Dakota bread from Great Harvest Bread Company
* Sweet potato biscuits from the Fresh Market
* Cabbage cooked with bacon grease
* Green beans sauteed in olive oil with garlic
* Butternut squash, probably just roasted with some butter and maple syrup
* Deviled eggs
* Pickled okra
* Pickles
* Pomegranates
* Clementine oranges
* Store-bought lemon meringue pie (Fresh Market once again) "


Politeness
Expectations and knowledge




Computers and Composition online Issue
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Referring to the audience

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Enacting conversational interaction
Flouts of implicature: quality, relation, manner, clarity
Politeness
Expectations and knowledge

Notes
yes she is excited about the new issue coming out, but again, its only because her work has been published in it. She even asks her readers to comment on it, or to leave a post even on facebook.





Undergrad Paper Posted Amuse
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Enacting conversational interaction
Flouts of implicature: quality, relation, manner, clarity

Politeness

Expectations and knowledge






Pre-test Post-test
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Enacting conversational interaction
Flouts of implicature: quality, relation, manner, clarity

Politeness
Expectations and knowledge

Notes: this a survey she made for students to take, showing off her work.




What I hope Will Transfer

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Enacting conversational interaction
Flouts of implicature: quality, relation, manner, clarity
Politeness
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Pre-test
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Pronouns
Referring to the audience
Questions and directives

Enacting conversational interaction

Flouts of implicature: quality, relation, manner, clarity
Politeness
Expectations and knowledge

Play-doh Makes Me Melancholy
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Pronouns
Referring to the audience
Questions and directives
Enacting conversational interaction
Flouts of implicature: quality, relation, manner, clarity
Politeness
Expectations and knowledge

Notes
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