Navigating Genres

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Please read the essay, "Navigating Genres" by Kerry Dirk, and post your responses to the discussion prompt before the deadline listed in the course calendar.

In a fully developed short essay (minimum of eight paragraphs in length), please answer all of the questions below and post your essay to the discussion forum. Your work should include an introduction, a body of supporting evidence, and a conclusion.

Questions for Analysis:

1) What is Dirk saying about the nature of rhetorical genres? Cite the essay specifically in formulating your answer.

2) Which genres do you follow most closely? Using at least two different genres, cite some specific examples from these genres and comment on their rhetorical features. What are the hallmarks of these communication types?

3) What, in your view, are the important components of the advertising genre? What about the contemporary speech or verbal address?

Where applicable, feel free to use hyperlinks to connect your essay to a resource or two in support of your answers.

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SHERRY.T.T
School: Carnegie Mellon University

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SURNAME 1
NAME

INSTITUTION AFFILIATION

COURSE NAME AND NUMBER

INSTRUCTOR’S NAME

DATE
ANALYSIS OF THE ESSAY ‘NAVIGATING GENRES’ BY KERRY DIRK
The teacher-student relationship is one that is based on various parameters, but one of the
inclinations that one cannot dispute is that while there has been an insistence on the relationship
to be diversified to reflect equality, such a premise would be fallacious. It means that the idea of
the narrative essay such as the one written needs to be seen as an attempt by the teacher to relate
to the students, and to look at genres from a duality, yet with an emphasis on the student.
Perhaps, if one would borrow from the analogy of the essay that a genre arises from a new
situation, then the argument that this essay derives from such a premise would hold. However,
the narrative goes beyond to show ‘how knowledge of genres goes far beyond a simple
discussion of types’ (Dirk, 250) at its core, and this implies that the idea of genres is presented as
an evolving entity, rather than a static definition.

SURNAME 2
One of the significant ideas that are manifest in the essay is that ‘when something new
happens that ...

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