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you will find the requirements are in the attachment below. use simple English vocabulary. let me know if you want further explanation.

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From the Journal of Teaching Writing, vol. 11, no. 2, 1992, pp. 233-45. READ the directions in the left column below and TYPE your paraphrastic, emotive, dialogic, and analytical responses in the right column. This for passage 1 Prediction (Pre-reading Strategy) • Read only the title and the first sentence of the text. • Skim the reading for any headings. • Make a prediction: what do you think this reading will be about based on the title, first sentence, and headings? Glossary (Paraphrastic Annotations) • As you read, record at least TWO words or phrases that are confusing or unfamiliar to you. • Look up the unfamiliar words (images might help, too!) • Explain in your own words what they mean. Key Points (Paraphrastic Annotations) • As you read, record at least TWO of the most important points or ideas that the author makes. • Type these key points IN YOUR OWN WORDS. • Include a page or paragraph # at the end of every key point. I Feel… (Emotive Annotations) • As you read, note at least ONE passage in the text that makes you feel some kind of emotion. • Quote this passage and include a citation at the end. • Explain what it makes you feel and why it makes you feel that emotion. (Perhaps it makes you feel sad, angry, anxious, uncomfortable, offended, excited, worried…or maybe even makes you laugh out loud!) I think this text will be about… I think this because… I did not understand… Because of my online research, I now think it means… I also did not understand… Because of my online research, I now think it means… The first key point of is… (AuthorLastName #). the reading The second key point of the reading is… (AuthorLastName #). Quoted Passage & Citation: This passage makes me feel… I feel this way because… Connections (Dialogic Annotations) • As you read, note at least ONE passage (or describe parts of the text) that are similar to or are different from: • your personal experiences • other texts • events from the world • Include a page or paragraph # at the end of the quoted or described passages. Quoted Passage & Citation: This passage reminds me of the time when I… I agree with/don’t agree with this passage because in my own life… Quoted Passage & Citation: This passage reminds me of (title of another text) because… This passage differs from the ideas in (title of another text) because… Quoted Passage & Citation: This passage/text makes me think about (event from the past) because… This passage/text makes me think about (event from today) because… This passage/text makes me wonder about the future because… Agency (Analytical Annotations) • How can we think of this text in terms of agency? You may consider some or all of these questions: • Who is limited in their agency? • Who or what limits their agency? • Does someone do something to limit their own personal agency? • What actions do people take (or argue that we should take) to increase their personal agency—or the agency of others? Discuss the theme of agency in relation to the text here… ...
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