People attend colleges or universities for a lot of different reasons. I believe that the three most common reasons are to prepare for a career, to have new experiences, and to increase their knowledge of themselves and the world around them. Firstly, universities or colleges help people to have new experience on life. Many students leave their home and move to live by themselves when they go to university. It is the first time that they had to create decision by them selves without their parents help.
Creating decision like that will increase their knowledge. Moreover, students of the university or colleges can meet different students from different nationalities and religions so students can learn about different cultures around the world. Secondly, many people go to university or college to prepare for career. Career training is becoming more important nowadays to young people. At college, students learn many skills about the real career life and they enter an internship with a lot of chances. All of these prepare them for the career life.
Thirdly, students attend university or collage to increase their self-knowledge of their personality in life. They attend so that they would increase their knowledge in subject which they find it interesting. For example, many students study science because they are interested in science. To sum up, I think people should not only focus on a career when they go to university or collage. They have to follow to have new experience and knowledge about their personality and the huge world around them which they live in.
This work asks you to consider your identity within a discourse community and how the goals and characteristics of the community are shaped, reinforced, and challenged through language and means of communication. Compose a personal or imaginative narrative essay where you share an experience (or a sequence of experiences) within your discourse community and the interplay between discourse and community values. Articulate the significance through analysis and critical reflection.
Genre and Purpose: Narratives examine the stories we tell ourselves rather than recounting them. Narrative essays requires to develop a controlling idea (a clear purpose for writing), describe and analyze related experiences, and critically reflect upon these events to distill meaning. Writing a discourse community narrative provides you with an opportunity to consider your relationship to the ideals and discourse.
Audience: The audience for this assignment includes classmates and the professor; however, what is distinct to this work is that it should be written with community peers. Therefore, it should inform a broad audience of readers while also remaining true to the identity of the selected community.
Instructions for your tutor:750 words minimum
Applies genre conventions with a clear purpose articulating the relationship between self, language, communication, and communal values, goals, ideas, beliefs, or rituals.
Narrative organizational pattern;
Detailed scenes integrating language and means of communication;
Analyze how these experiences shape, reflect or challenge the values of the group and how this insight supports the paper’s controlling idea;
Critical reflection to distill meaning (conclusion) about your place in the community reflected in the discourse and experiences shared. MAKE SURE THE WORK IS 1000% NOT COPYY AND PASTE