The authors also present a "Method" for locating strands of repetition and contrast in visual and print texts that takes a little work to get down but really proves useful in locating, rather than a "main idea" or gist, sections wherein the writer pitches ideas agaisnt each other.
Also evident is his malnourished build and lack of proper clothing, while the only clothing he does have on looks mangy and slightly too small, so we can make the assumption that he is probably very poor. Take this all a step further now and notice the dog, its head slightly tilted as dogs commonly do when they are confused.
I can even take this further, but it would begin to lose sight of its core purpose. Now we need to interpret these details and come to a conclusion as to what this image means. In this context the dog, stray or not, is the equivalent to the poor child.
Like many of my fellows, I tested out of the intro-level writing classes, and this is probably one of the more unfortunate things that can happen to us, as many of us then only pick up by bits and pieces some of the elements that make good analytical writing and good rhetoric.
From our logic earlier, we concluded that this picture is probably in a third-world country, in which people are dying from disease, hunger, and thirst; they do not have the luxury to worry about name brand products or social status.
In the picture posted above, there are many assumptions that can be made right from the start. And by "better," I mean more inquisitive, descriptive, deeper, and more developed.
Now what does this all mean? Moving to the environmental traits, we see that the wall is not taken care of and is decaying. This is a great symbolic picture and can be taken many different ways.
But we need the actual details: While the tone is friendly and encouraging, the prose is nevertheless fairly dense and fairly dry, which makes for slow reading. Better yet, when I was in high school. The dog does not understand the significance of the child any more than the child understands the significance of the Nike logo and motto upon the wall.
The visual quickly illustrates the social latter between cultures. They use the word "analytically" quite literally; thus, analytical writing proceeds from uncertainty and involves a great deal of evidence gathering and interpretation.
I believe, as it stands now, this is a very plausible argument. Also, the trash covered dirt indicates that the area is rundown and is probably not doing well economically; perhaps this is a third-world country.
Starting with the child, we see boyish traits as in the length of the hair and the posture taken while urinating, which resembles that of most males.
At least, a great number of my own students have had such trouble.
Students used to summarizing and reading for a main idea with find this approach troubling. And I plan to continue teaching as long as KSU, or any university, continues offering me classes. The writing guide offers a book-length treatment of analysis, a form of thinking and writing required in virtually all college courses.
I learned a lot from this book Jul 18, Jenny rated it liked it Recommends it for: Now the dog standing next to him does not have a collar or leash and it can possibly belong to the boy, but it can just as easily be a stray, given the environment they are in.
Put into context the Nike logo and motto that are on the rundown wall. He is very dark and has thick hair, maybe making him of Indian descent.COUPON: Rent Writing Analytically 7th edition () and save up to 80% on textbook rentals and 90% on used textbooks.
Get Book Edition: 7th Edition. Writing Analytically, 7th edition, Rosenwasser and Stephen Writing and Reading for ACP Composition, WA refers to the Writing Analytically text WRAC refers to Writing and Reading for ACP Composition WRITING PLAN DUE ONLINE 5PM December 7th Monday, December 7th Review: Making a Thesis Evolve & Evidence to Claims.
The popular, brief rhetoric that treats writing as thinking, WRITING ANALYTICALLY offers a sequence of specific prompts that teach students across the curriculum how the process of analysis and synthesis is a vehicle for original and well-developed ideas /5. Sep 02, · Writing Analytically: Chapter 5 (Interpretation) Posted on September 2, by aperry77 Moving on through Writing Analytically with Readings, Rosenwasser and Stephen add on the third technique required to properly hand-craft a plausible argument for our analytical writing.
Writing Analytically (with MLA Update Card) (MindTap Course List) 7th Edition by David Rosenwasser (Author), Jill Stephen (Author)/5(49). WRITING ANALYTICALLY treats writing as a tool of thought, offering prompts that lead students through the process of analysis and synthesis and help them to generate original, well-developed ideas.
The authors of this brief, popular rhetoric believe that learning to write well requires learning to use writing as a tool to think well.Download