Describe in 2-3 sentences the rhetorical situation for each genre you are creating (even if it repeats what you have said above — organize your thinking for each genre around the concepts you need to consider for that genre to be successful in meeting the need for communication you have identified for your community.

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Dec 8, 2022

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In the P3 assignments up to this point, you have read about and analyzed genres and conventions, as well as proposed your genre samples. You should now have three genres identified that you plan to create, or have already started creating them. At the end of this week your genre samples are due, so class time and your focus should be devoted to planning and writing your genre samples. We’ll work on developing your samples and getting feedback to help you finalize for submission by the due date.
Before engaging in the steps below, take a few minutes to revisit the Project 3 Overview discussion and be sure you are orienting your genres to the guiding question and the work you did in assignments P3.1 through
P3.3.Step One: Mapping Your Genre Samples
On a sheet of paper or a blank document on your computer, sketch out your plan. Write the name of each genre at the top of the page. Underneath each genre, map out the concepts you are considering when planning your genres. If you’ve already done this thinking, this mapping exercise will help you check your thinking and ensure you are on track. Identify and list the following for each genre:
One-sentence explanation of the genre, indicating how specific it is (not just web page, but web page intended to…).
List the needs of the community or specific part of the community that this genre has been chosen for — what needs will this meet?
What is the purpose of this genre – write a statement of purpose in one sentence.
NOTE – Throughout this exercise things may feel somewhat repetitive, but that’s okay, as it helps you confirm your genre choices are on track. For example, your needs of the community might sound a lot like your purpose – that’s good.
List all potential audiences, then rank the audiences you have listed by number in order of importance for this genre.
What is the surrounding context for each genre? What is/might be going on with this community that creates the need for the genre?
Describe in 2-3 sentences the rhetorical situation for each genre you are creating (even if it repeats what you have said above — organize your thinking for each genre around the concepts you need to consider for that genre to be successful in meeting the need for communication you have identified for your community.
Under each genre, map the connections by drawing arrows from each context to where you have identified it in the description of the rhetorical situation.
Now draw connections (literally, on the page) between concepts across genres. They don’t have to connect, as you may have chosen genres that are very different or targeted to different audiences within your community. But identify any that do connect.
the three genre that I choose : 1-blog post 2-twitter thread. 3- film review

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