The reading focuses on disciplinarity. Post an insightful comment on the work you have done or will do in your discipline. You may want to consider the following questions: What does disciplinarity mean for you and your studies? Have you taken any courses in your major thus far? If so, what have you learned so far about the “shape of the discipline”? What do you hope to learn? If you have not had courses in your major, what do you expect to learn, or what do you already know from job experience about your major? If you have “real-world” experience in your field of study, how does that compareto what you hope to learn or what you currently are learning?(This is my first semester) (My major is Associate of Science in Health Information Science/Medical Coding Emphasis)
In a 100-200-word short essay, describe the approach to the essay examination as presented in your reading. You will want to summarize, paraphrase, and condense the information. You might consider organizing your response by glossing over the entire process or by honing in on a particular aspect of the reading.
In a 100-200-word short essay, address the following questions: When considering the whole essay in revision, how do you understand FACT? What is your definition of each of the letters of this revision strategy? What are some questions that you would ask of the text when considering each letter? How does this approach help to ensure that the essay has a holistic revision approach?
Using what you have learned in this unit’s reading about writing in the disciplines, write a 100-200-word short essay that addresses some or all of the following: What is your major? What “discipline” does that major most easily fall into? Given what you know about your major so far, what types of methodologies are used? What kinds of evidence are considered permissible? What type of documentation format is most often used in that discipline? What kinds of questions does the discipline ask itself? What are some of the writing assignments in the discipline?