Need an argumentative essay on CE7. Needs to be 2 pages. Please no plagiarism.
hin this context of my work throughout this course the metanarrative semiotic structure examines the generative moments, including subordinate and coordinate sentences and paragraphs for my work.
Considering the nature of my written work I notice a number of notable features. I’ve come to recognize that while I may have not outwardly intentioned it, my writing has tended towards a degree of balance. In these regards, my writing has naturally varied between long and short sentences seemingly as a means of greater communicative effectiveness. Such an understanding has made me recognize the nature of effective writing as not simply contained in the mastery of articulation within the specific sentence, but also the way that the writer balances varies forms of sentences as a means of communicating a comprehensive perspective.
Another element of my writing I have recognized is that to a large degree within the individual paragraphs the structural aspects are directly correlated to the subject matter. While my body paragraphs contain topic sentences the actual structure therein is largely contingent on the theme of the topic. For instance, in examining ‘Arts of the Contact Zone’ I recognized that a lengthy analysis with citation was necessary as the expansive nature of the topic demanded further exploration. Conversely, the means of considering auto ethnography in my work necessitated a more direct and pithy approach. As such the nature of subject and medium considered from a self-reflexive way, are highly prominent in the nature of my work.
Still, another important aspect of my work is the nature of development. One of the most pervasive elements is how my work, despite my remaining unconscious of this process, begins from a broad and overarching context and then moves to more specific elements, before finally concluding. This structure is both indicative of the entire essay as it begins with the overarching introduction and moves towards the conclusion, but