ENGL 135 Entire Course
ENGL 135 Letter to Editor on Texting and Driving Week 1
1. Theme/Topic: Technology (Texting and Driving)
2. Angle: While the use of services or devices that disable in-car cellphone messaging will be helpful in restricting instances of texting and driving, it may not be the most effective way to keep people from texting and driving.
3. Purpose and Thesis: I do not agree that the use of services or devices that disable in-car cellphone messaging is the best way to keep people from texting and driving because these services are flawed, optional and may not be accessible to all.
4. Reader/Audience Profile: The readers will expect the writer to address the advantages and disadvantages of the new device in preventing teens or people in general from texting and driving. In this regard, I plan to accommodate…
ENGL 135 Information Literacy Module Week 2
In your own words, identify points in the peer review cycle that seem especially important and explain why.
The most important points in the power point peer review cycle are as follows: creating an idea, researching said idea, peer reviewing the work, and the publication of the idea. The peer review cycle begins with a person and a new idea. Without an original idea there wouldn’t be a peer review cycle to begin with. The second most important point in the peer review cycle would be..
ENGL 135 Source Summary Week 2
Source Summary Prewriting
Topic: Texting and Driving
Title: “A meta-analytic comparison of the effects of text messaging to substance-induced
Impairment on driving performance”
The title tells me that the authors think that text-messaging may have the same effect on driving performance that substance intake does.
Intended audience: I...