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multi genre paper Your goal here is to find a topic relating to Tiptree’s The Girl Who Was Plugged In; Wilhelm’s “Baby, You Were Great!”; Dorman’s “When I Was Miss Dow”; or the except from Shelley’s Frankenstein. You may chose to write about one single story, compare a common theme in two of them, or all of them, depending on the topic you want to explore and illustrate. It’s up to you. Try to think of it as an ordinary literary essay, only you are choosing a different means of expression than traditional prose. Ø You will need to convey your topic by creating at least three pieces of “writing” in three different genres. Ø You will need to have a title page that includes your name, date, title of your topic, and an image that conveys what your paper is about. Don’t worry about MLA formatting. The rules don’t apply (gasp). Ø You will need to have a preface page/introduction so that your reader is crystal clear on what/who your topic is about. There is no maximum or minimum word count for this, but it should take you several good paragraphs to convey your meaning effectively. Ø You will need to use proper mechanics like spelling, grammar and punctuation. Ø You will need to use transitions – some type of bridging vehicle so that your thoughts about the topic connect to one another in a smooth and meaningful manner. Good examples of transitions are photographs, song lyrics, poetry, ect.) You may create them from scratch. Ø You will need to display your ideas in a well-organized and sequenced manner. Ø Length: Remember that you must have at least three genres, one page each (don’t put two different genres on one page, no matter how short they are), at least three transitions, an introduction page and a title/cover page. This amounts to seven (8) pages. Ø Also, please turn in the rubric that I handed out in class with your final submission. I will be using these to grade your paper. Please include the rubric as the last page of your multi-genre paper.

Essay #2 Multi-genre Writing

Not all writing or written communication is standard reader-text. This next major essay will move you out of your comfort zone, hopefully with good results, by allowing you to “see” things from a different perspective than regular rhetoric.

 

For essay #2, you will chose other genres with which to communicate your idea—as we discussed in class. Multi-genre writing allows you to add your own creative flair into your message.

Here are the instructions for your multi-genre paper.

 

Your goal here is to find a topic relating to Tiptree’s The Girl Who Was Plugged In; Wilhelm’s “Baby, You Were Great!”; Dorman’s “When I Was Miss Dow”; or the except from Shelley’s Frankenstein.  You may chose to write about one single story, compare a common theme in two of them, or all of them, depending on the topic you want to explore and illustrate. It’s up to you. Try to think of it as an ordinary literary essay, only you are choosing a different means of expression than traditional prose.

 

 

  • Ø You will need to convey your topic by creating at least three pieces of “writing” in three different genres.

 

  • Ø You will need to have a title page that includes your name, date, title of your topic, and an image that conveys what your paper is about. Don’t worry about MLA formatting. The rules don’t apply (gasp).

 

  • Ø You will need to have a preface page/introduction so that your reader is crystal clear on what/who your topic is about. There is no maximum or minimum word count for this, but it should take you several good paragraphs to convey your meaning effectively.

 

  • Ø You will need to use proper mechanics like spelling, grammar and punctuation.

 

  • Ø You will need to use transitions – some type of bridging vehicle so that your thoughts about the topic connect to one another in a smooth and meaningful manner. Good examples of transitions are photographs, song lyrics, poetry, ect.) You may create them from scratch.

 

  • Ø You will need to display your ideas in a well-organized and sequenced manner.

 

  • Ø Length:  Remember that you must have at least three genres, one page each (don’t put two different genres on one page, no matter how short they are), at least three transitions, an introduction page and a title/cover page.  This amounts to seven (8) pages.

 

  • Ø Also, please turn in the rubric that I handed out in class with your final submission. I will be using these to grade your paper. Please include the rubric as the last page of your multi-genre paper.

 

 

 

 

 

Title page                       

Preface/

Introduction

Transition     A

 

Genre

One

Transition

B

Genre

Three

Genre

Two

Transition

C

 

Draft Due:  Wednesday, February 19th

Final Revision Due: Monday, March 10th  

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