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Writing Moves C1

New Literacies Literacies that are shaped by new contexts and draw on new technologies
Multimodal Drawing on more them one mode of expression: words, image, audio, video
Social Identities A person's self-concept based on membership in different social groups
What, Why, How, and Where Key concept for analyzing spoken and written conversations What-the content of an exchange, Why-its purpose, How-the way it's carried out, and where-the contexts in which writing is shared
Discourse Community A community of people who share interests and ways of talking about them
Discourse Language used by speakers and writers in actual communicative contests
Context The surrounding of a particular text or event
Immediate Situation The setting and circumstances that help to shape spoken and write texts in the movement
Inquiry-Focused Writing Informal writing that is focused on discovery and ideas rather than final presentation
Rhetoric The study of how to achieve purposes in speaking and writing
Writing Process The idea that writing involves many different activities, from generating ideas to editing final texts
Circulation The movement of texts through and across audiences and contexts
Genres Texts with characteristic forms and styles that take shape in social contexts
Created by: AB2211



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