You have also been developing your theory of writing—i.e., you have been exploring whether you enact your theory of writing in your own composition. As a result of this, you have had the opportunity to create a knowledge base of writing and its practices. In this final reflection, you will be returning to your theory to discuss several questions, including (but not limited to):
- ïDefine your theory of writing
- ïWhat was your theory of writing coming into Critical Writing? How has your theory of writing evolved with each piece of composing?
- ïWhat has contributed to your theory of writing the most?
- ïWhat is the relationship between your theory of writing and how you create(d) knowledge?
- ïHow might your theory of writing be applied to other writing situations both inside and outside of the classroom?
For each of these questions you will need to support your ideas with your previous writing in this course and, through these examples, interpret what you have learned. You will create a compelling argument for whatever you decide to write for this, supported by evidence and analysis of the work completed in class this semester.
This semester we have written Rhetorical situation analysis, inquiry-based research essay, audience strategy, and composition what we wrote in inquiry-based research essay into 3 different genre. I have attached all of my works below please write this reflection based on what I have written and include all the answers to the questions I listed upon. It should be at least 4 pages double spaced.