Journey Log 3 Clark-Clark_13-Ranger

Habit Used: Persistence

In class last week, we read many useful papers. One such thing was "Murder! (Rhetorically Speaking)." This paper taught us how to write based on perspective. For instance, we had to write about a crime scene from the police's, coroner's, and a jury's perspective. This changed our tone as well as word choice. Some information was clear and direct. For me, this showed that I can write to a certain audience. I do not have to create a blanket essay that covers most everyone.

I started my annotated bibliography using information from class. I decided to sit down and just type out as much as possible, ahead of the due date. This allowed me to really think about what direction I wanted to go with my essay as well as how to format it and use proper sources. The biggest thing I got from last week was how to properly cite a source.

https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/01/

Purdue Owl is the next level to EasyBib. It allowed me to see detailed descriptions on what to do and how to cite various things.

http://www.umuc.edu/current-students/learning-resources/writing-center/writing-resources/getting-started-writing/writing-for-an-audience.cfm

This further employs a writer to write towards an audience. In my opinion, this is because it allows to use more detailed information that a general audience may not understand.

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