Wirting homework

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One of the most important parts of reading and understanding a text is to break it down in section and think about not only what the author is saying but what he or she is doing and why. For your 020 connection this week, you will examine these connections. Step 1: Re-read "Brainology" one more time and look over your annotations and the annotation sheet. Step 2: Complete the Brainology Charting Activity. If you find yourself struggling with the second column, please review this list of Charting Verbs List.I know this can be difficult, but try to have a growth mindset and do your very best!

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Joelda
School: University of Maryland

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Charting the Micro-Structure, Dweck’s “Brainology”
Charting the Text
There are two ways to chart a text. One way to chart text is to analyze the macrostructure or
larger structure of the text by analyzing the text's organizational features, in order to evaluate how
a text's structure affects the overall meaning of the text. A second way to chart a text is to analyze
the microstructure. This type of analysis examines what an author is doing and saying at the
sentence and/or paragraph level. When a reader charts what an author is doing, the reader focuses
on the deliberate choices the author make when constructing meaningful paragraphs.
When readers study the macro and micro-structures of texts they gain insight into how authors
construct meaning. Since charting moves beyond the simple comprehension of what the author is
saying in a particular paragraph, readers gain a deeper understanding of the texts they read.
For this activity,
¶ (s)

What is the author saying
in the text?

T

Some questions you should ask:

E

What is this section about?

X

What is the content?

T

What did I learn from this
paragraph?

Here are some examples of w...

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