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    Writing and Technology

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    Writing and Technology "The fact that we do not commonly feel the influence of writing on our thoughts shows that we have interiorized the technology of writing so deeply that without tremendous effort we cannot separate it from ourselves or even recognize its presence and influence (Ong, 317)." In this modern age of computers, disposable pens, and mechanical pencils, it is easy to forget that at one time writing was not so simple or convenient. Most of us have ". . . become so used to composing

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    The Pen

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    The Dawn of Pen-kind As early as 2,800 years before Christ, the pen was beginning to appear as a writing implement in the world. Its first form was that of a dried reed, its tip cut at an angle so to create a line of ink instead of a blot. To write with it, simply dip the cut tip of the reed into an ink supply, then gently press the dipped tip against the paper . This was a simple means of writing that required raw materials ample in the environment. The degree of technology it used can be seen

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    only learned of ways to improve my writing, but ways to get more involved in society, and interact with the peers around me; skills that I never really valued until this quarter. I also realized how evident these skills pertained not only to becoming a better writer, but to becoming a better mechanical

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    writer should implement in their work. At first, I believed that the quantity of the words that I wrote carried more weight than the quality of my words. During my time in this class, I would focus on getting my ideas down rather than organizing my writing into to explain concrete topics and ideas. With the knowledge I have acquired in this class, I have learned to how to organize my essays, how to watch out for grammar errors, and how to improve one the shortcomings of my writing. After completing

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    academic writing is far from pointless. Indeed, it is a skill required in every aspect of academia. Therefore, mastering academic writing is the key to the scholarly world. It would be foolish to claim that I have never overanalysed and disregarded conveying ideas and theories properly, in the interest of impressing my reader. Nevertheless, this aspiration indicates there is more to academic writing than simply passing information.

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    Reflection Paper

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    I predicted there were many grammatical errors that I corrected. I also entered in a few more transition words and sentences to help the paper flow better. A large part of the assignment for this essay was to implement a lot of details. I have always been good with details in my writings, however, I had trouble when I first wrote this paper as to where the details were necessary and

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    business in the same way you handled that writing.” (Moerke, A, 2004) We have seen an example of this kind of writing. A benefit distribution memo was created for the wife of a deceased participant. The salutation of the letter addressed the deceased, not the wife. Correspondences regarding death benefits require special attention. Correspondence should never be addresses to the deceased. All writers should use the method of prewriting, brainstorming, writing and organizing, revising for style, and

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    Literature Plan

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    Beaufort County School District (BCSD) is committed to providing an effective literacy program so that all students become literate across all content areas. The foundational literacy skills including phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension form a literacy foundation. However, technology advances are changing the way people communicate and work in organizations (Tapscott & Williams, 2006). Therefore, in addition to foundational literacy skills, students must be digitally

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    Writing About Writing

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    “What makes good writing?” It’s an interesting question, and one that can be difficult to answer. Everybody will have his or her own idea of what makes writing “good” writing. This question depends on the individual experiences of everyone asked, and so it can be almost impossible to pin down a definite reply. In truth, there isn’t really a right answer, just a pile of suggestions and general opinions that are formed differently in every individual’s mind. Perhaps the single most important thing

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    An International Writing Perspective

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    An International Writing Perspective Introduction: “Writing has become one of the most neglected skills in the business world, yet one of the most important to productivity,” states Lin Grensing of the Associated Press; Mrs. Gensing based these findings on surveys with US executives (Hansen). If this conclusion is valid, then a key question follows -- Why are so many universities producing mediocre writers, considering that an individual who writes effectively will stand out in the work force

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