By the end of the lesson, you will have been able to: define intercultural communication; demonstrate effective intercultural communication skills…
The types of claim include claim of fact, claim of value, and claim of policy. Claims are argumentative in nature, and writers (as well as speakers) employ various forms of claims in order to put across their arguments and hopefully convince others that they are right.
Doesn't the act of reading amaze you? The fact that you are able to decipher the written symbols on this…
“Reading is thinking cued by written language. Effective readers think within the text. Effective readers think beyond the text. Effective readers think about the text.”
A text’s meaning can be determined based partly on the context in which it was developed. Hypertext is a reading environment that is based on the internet. Hypertext allows people to shift to different texts as fast as the internet loading speeds allow. Intertextuality helps people understand better by referring to multiple texts to compare meaning.
Facebook. Twitter. Instagram, Google+. These are bywords among the youth – and even the adults – of today. As long as you have an internet connection and a computer and a mobile device, you can stay connected.
An assertion is an opinion or a claim, and authors make assertions in the text they write.