20 Class MON APR 08

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If you want help today with the Mandatory Rewrite for your Visual Rhetoric Argument—a Portfolio essay—open your Visual argument now and put it into the Feedback Please category.

COUNTERINTUITIVE NARRATIVES

Kilogram

TASK LIST

VISUAL RHETORIC WORKSHOP

  • In class today, we will work together to improve the Visual Rhetoric Arguments of students who have requested help.

12 Responses to 20 Class MON APR 08

  1. nousernamefound1 says:

    14 Rules of Absolutely Essential Grammar
    There/Their/They’re
    Know the difference. There is used as an adverb for a place.
    Its/It’s
    One is a possessive and the other is a contraction
    The reason is because
    because means for the reason that and using it can throw your sentence off
    Pronouns and Gender or Pronouns and Number
    Count and Noncount Nouns
    Use the word number, not the word amount, to refer to things that can be counted
    To/Too/Two
    Two is a number, to is used for every other case, too is a conjunction meaning and or in addition.
    Periods and Commas Inside the
    Quotes
    “………,” or “———.”

    Then/Than
    Then is used for time
    Than is used for comparison

    Affect/Effect
    Affect is a verb
    Effect is a noun

    Your/You’re
    You’re is a contraction for You are
    Your is a possessive for you

    Single Quotes/Double Quotes

    The Banned 2nd Person

    Plurals and Possessives

    Subject/Verb Agreement

    -Rewrite Visual Rhetoric
    Use the Time-Stamp technique to guide your professor through the video.
    Due Mon April 15, but post early. Anything after the 15th late penalty

  2. yourfavoriteanon says:

    Notes:
    – we use kilograms to calibrate scales
    – the French made the meter
    – kilogram is now based and measured on Planck’s constant
    – awarding perfect attendance could have an opposite effect for the student by disappointing them with only giving them a slip saying “congratulations”
    – links labeled “in a new study” in articles can be used for good source content

  3. nina525 says:

    Visual rhetoric rewriite
    Due Monday April 15th
    Portfolio assigngment
    The definition of a kilogram
    How do we define measurements
    Affect/effect
    Affect is a verb
    Effect is a noun
    It adjusts when to use a verb and when to use a noun
    Two/to/too
    Two is a number, to is used in every other case of a sentence, too is a combination or inclusion of something
    Then/than
    Then is used for time and consequence
    than is used for comparison of something
    Pronouns and gender
    if the gender or a gender is not the basis or not addressed in the topic, do not assume the gender of your audience
    The tile of books are written in italics not quotes
    Chapters within the book should be written in quotes and use double quotes around what the author or one of the characters within a book states
    Single quotes for quotes within a quote
    Close the single quote and the double quote
    Never use second person;You,Yours, You’re,
    Plurals and possessives
    Make the plural and make the ‘s, and figure out if the ‘s come after the word in plural form
    Names that require ‘s should be said aloud to help with corrects punctuaiton

  4. nyaj32 says:

    A kilogram is a piece of metal that someone chose to weigh a kilogram and now everything is based off of that one piece of metal
    Perfect attendance study: someone who has perfect attendance and is later promised a certificate usually stops summing to school because it is not worth it to keep coming just for a lousy piece of paper.
    Fails for grammar: Rule 9: Affect, Effect is one of the hardest ones for me to understand. Rule number 14 is also one that is hard for me. Sometimes I cannot tell. whether to use a plural or possessive verb.
    Affect=Verb Effect=Noun
    Task: Visual Rhetoric Rewrite

  5. rowanstudent2 says:

    Task List
    Fails for Grammar
    – refer to this page for advice on how to correct simple grammar mistakes
    – papers that violate basic grammar rules, usually fail
    – Rule 1. There/Their/They’re
    – Rule 2. Its/It’s
    – Rule 3. The reason is because
    – Rule 4A. Pronouns and Gender
    – Rule 4B. Pronouns and Number
    – Rule 5. Count and Noncount Nouns
    – Rule 6. To/Too/Two
    – Rule 7. Periods and Commas Inside the Quotes
    – Rule 8. Then/Than
    – Rule 9. Affect/Effect
    – Rule 10. Your/You’re
    – Rule 11. Single Quotes/Double Quotes
    – Rule 12. The Banned 2nd Person
    – Rule 13. Plurals and Possessives
    – Rule 14. Subject/Verb Agreement

    Visual Rhetoric Rewrite
    – due next Monday

  6. wazoo1234 says:

    Affect is a verb and effect is a noun.
    Affect is short for affection.
    Visual re write.
    Work on all grammar points.

  7. daphneblake25 says:

    -awarding students for perfect attendance may have unexpected consequences
    -14 basic rules to help improve grammar:
    -difference of there, they’re, and their
    -its/it’s
    -redundancy of because
    -(to) affect/ (an) effect
    -no plural (they) for singular noun like (police officer)
    -when in doubt, use double quotes
    -single quotes only in double quotes
    -italicize the title of the books
    -put double quotes on specific chapters
    -the title of a piece inside of double quotes gets single quotes and remember to close out all quotes after period.
    -no second person (you), (your)
    -The reason I don’t take elevators is that one failed on me yesterday.
    -stick with plurals to avoid gender problems

  8. jets1313 says:

    Task: Grammar exercise
    Visual rhetoric rewrite
    e 3000-word Argument, two short Arguments (Definition, Causal, or Rebuttal), and the Annotated Bibliography that your White Paper has been preparing you to produce.
    – due April 15th
    – try to post early

    14 Rules of Absolutely Essential Grammar:
    – Rule 1. There/Their/They’re
    – Rule 2. Its/It’s
    – Rule 3. The reason is because
    – Rule 4A. Pronouns and Gender
    – Rule 4B: Pronouns and Number
    – Rule 5. Count and Noncount Nouns
    – Rule 6. To/Too/Two
    – Rule 7. Periods and Commas Inside the Quotes
    – Rule 8. Then/Than
    – Rule 9. Affect/Effect
    – Rule 10. Your/You’re
    – .Rule 11. Single Quotes/Double Quotes
    – Rule 12. The Banned 2nd Person
    – Rule 13. Plurals and Possessives
    -Rule 14. Subject/Verb Agreement

  9. hazelnutlatte123 says:

    -awarding students for perfect attendance may have unexpected consequences
    -There are certain rules for grammar that must be followed
    – there, they’re, and their
    -its/it’s
    – because does not need to be used excessively
    – affect/effect
    – affect= verb
    – effect=noun
    – 99% of the time use ” ”
    -italicize the title of the books
    – use ‘ when quoting something within a quote
    -put double quotes on specific chapters
    – periods go inside quotation
    – don’t use second person
    – visual rhetoric is due april 15

  10. chavanillo says:

    Notes:Awarding students with perfect attendance will have unexpected consequences.

    14 Rules of Absolutely Essential Grammar:
    Rule 1. There/Their/They’re
    Rule 2. Its/It’s
    Rule 3. The reason is because
    Rule 4A. Pronouns and Gender
    Rule 4B: Pronouns and Number
    Rule 5. Count and Noncount Nouns
    Rule 6. To/Too/Two
    Rule 7. Periods and Commas Inside the Quotes
    Rule 8. Then/Than
    Rule 9. Affect/Effect
    Rule 10. Your/You’re
    Rule 11. Single Quotes/Double Quotes
    Rule 12. The Banned 2nd Person
    Rule 13. Plurals and Possessives
    Rule 14. Subject/Verb Agreement

  11. doorknob9 says:

    Visual rewrite due now, but certainly finished by Monday the 15th
    14 Rules of Grammar
    Rule 1. There/Their/They’re
    Rule 2. Its/It’s
    Rule 3. The reason is because
    Rule 4A. Pronouns and Gender
    Rule 4B. Pronouns and Number
    Rule 5. Count and Noncount Nouns
    Rule 6. To/Too/Two
    Rule 7. Periods and Commas Inside the Quotes
    Rule 8. Then/Than
    Rule 9. Affect/Effect
    Rule 10. Your/You’re
    Rule 11. Single Quotes/Double Quotes
    Rule 12. The Banned 2nd Person
    Rule 13. Plurals and Possessives
    Rule 14. Subject/Verb Agreement

  12. pomegranate4800 says:

    – Visual rhetoric rewrite due april 15
    – 14 grammar rules to follow
    -There/Their/They’re
    – Its/It’s
    – The reason is because
    – Pronouns and Gender
    – Pronouns and Number
    – Count and Noncount Nouns
    – To/Too/Two
    – Periods and Commas Inside the Quotes
    – Then/Than
    – Affect/Effect
    – Your/You’re
    – Single Quotes/Double Quotes
    – The Banned 2nd Person
    – Plurals and Possessives
    – Subject/Verb Agreement

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