preview

Nt1310 Unit 1 Wgu

analytical Essay
1069 words
1069 words
bookmark

Keep your mind clear The process of writing, just like sailing on the sea. If the ship need to reach its’ destination, the sailers need to correct the course almost every time, with respect to the relative data, to prevent from deviating too far from the original sea lane. Sailers may meet storms and surge, just like writers will deal with numerous resources when they are doing researches. Theredore, the most important problem emerge: How do they keep on their ways? When I was started my first project, which is an analysis of the writing in my class, I realized that it was hard to keep my own pace on my theies. For an analysis, it required a lot of researches on the writing behaviours. To thourouly understanding what a writer was trying to …show more content…

In this essay, the author

  • Explains that the process of writing is like sailing on the sea. sailers need to correct the course almost every time to avoid deviating too far from the original sea lane.
  • Explains how they struggled to keep their own pace on their first project, which is an analysis of the writing in their class.
  • Analyzes how dr. gerritsen showed navier-stokes equations to audience. it was an equation used to describe how fluid move in space, including the wind.
  • Narrates how they summerized the resource and added one comment to show that math works like a loanguage.
  • Explains how they achieve this by asking related questions. in the following draft, they changed their strategy, simpley doing "reading-asking" loop.
  • Analyzes how the doctor relates letters of a equation with the thing that we can read, showing the meaning of the letter.
  • Analyzes how she linked human senses and their old knowledge with the equation. she helped the audience use these things to come out the answer.
  • Explains elireview is a plantform that peers could review the writing projects and add comments on them.
  • Explains how they changed their old inquire question into "how did academic author make audience understand highly specialized knowledge in math?" after uploading their draft to elireview, all their readers suggested refining it.
  • Narrates how connor told them to shrink their summery to two short paragraphs to find the points that make the resource unique.
  • Explains the importance of a good ship on the way to the destination.
  • Opines that subjective sources are cheated by the point of view of and hardly think if they are reliable. they prefer websites that look more net.

But sometimes I did’t know how much detail should be included in my inquire questions or paraphrasing and summerizing. And this is what Elireview for. Elireview is a plantform that peers could review the writing projects and add comments on them. Still on my project one, my initial inquire question is “How people writing in math ?” (Chu, “Writing in math” 1). After I uploaded my draft to Elireview, all my readers give me suggestions on refining my inquire question. Luke give me the following suggestion like "How do professors or math experts make students or colleges in their field understand highly specialized knowledge?". Then I realize what do I really want to write. So I change my old inquire question into “How did academic author make audience understand highly specialized knowledge in math?” (Chu, “Writing in Math-graded draft” 1) After I konw where my destination is exactly is, I can make some more modification in my writing content. I used to have a two-page long summery and I don’t know how detail I need to do. Then Connor told me that to find the points that make the resource unique.to my topic. With the help of his advice, I shrink my summery in to two short

Get Access