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Month: March 2017

Discourse ShopRite Paragraphs 1 & 2

Discourse ShopRite Paragraphs 1 & 2

1.5 Hours collreadwrit2a We understand from Gee that a Discourse may be primary, secondary, dominant, or non-dominant. Where do you locate your chosen Discourse in that framework? In your response, engage with a specific passage from Gee that defines/explains that kind of Discourse and  attempt to provide some evidence (from your artifacts) to support your interpretation.  If no single category fits, might you have a Discourse we might consider “hybrid”? Might that enable you to ADD TO or CHALLENGE Gee’s categories? Consider this PARAGRAPH A….

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Discourse Analysis Worksheet Assignment

Discourse Analysis Worksheet Assignment

Prepare a blog post on your ePortfolio that includes the following: (15-30 minutes) Your chosen Discourse. Titles of your artifacts, and links if they’re online. Photos of your annotations on your artifacts, or specific notes and embeds for images or video artifacts. Photos, scans, or links to Google Doc versions of your completed Discourse Analysis Worksheets. A 200-300 word statement that draws from your worksheets to present your initial thoughts about how your Discourse works. Your “time on task” for this project…

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Starting Chosen Discourse Project – Method and Choices

Starting Chosen Discourse Project – Method and Choices

Discourse 1- ShopRite of Little Falls Brief Summary- The ShopRite of Little Falls is a Staple to the Township of Little Falls. The Supermarket has been their over 70 years and continues to provide employment to over 400 workers in Little Falls and the surrounding neighborhoods. Working their for almost three years now you learn the skills and trades of what it means to become a member of Local 1262 and working at a grocery store. Possible Data Sources- Some…

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Some Elements of an Introduction – Framing a College Paper

Some Elements of an Introduction – Framing a College Paper

Every single day we are asking questions to each other and ourselves. These questions are asked by everyday students and citizens. We are young minds looking for answers, knowledge, and a purpose. We need sponsors on our lives when we cant do it on our own. Some of these questions have answers while others may never be answered. After reading Rising Cairn I tried to find some stories that I can relate about literacy acquisition in a topic that interests…

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