Our favorite comment was from Madison’s essay. It featured Jin Kim commenting. We liked it because it provided a contradictory viewpoint that professional content was actually taking over user content. This comment was in direct contrast with Madison’s proposed topic as well as the other comments in his TiC. It created an interesting dynamic in his TiC.
SUGGESTIONS FOR WEEK 9
Integrate your source material, refine your argument, include your visual evidence, and move toward correct documentation style. Also, don’t forget to showcase YOUR argument, not just summarize all the research that you’ve done
Be sure to send me an email about your Writing Center appointment (when it was, who you talked with, what you talked about, how it went) – about 3-4 sentences – so you get credit. This is REQUIRED.
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