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Personal Writing vs. Transactive Writing

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Denise Goldman

on 16 August 2010

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Transcript of Personal Writing vs. Transactive Writing

personal narrative transactive writing personal writing focuses on a single event like the day you learned to ride a bike personal essay focuses on a belief or insight that is significant to the author like: "All people are created equally." personal memoir focuses on a significant relationship between the writer and a person, place or object like the relationship you have with your sister focuses on teaching or persuading the reader transactive writing:
like a newspaper article (information) transactive writing:
like a textbook (teaching) transactive writing:
like a speech (persuading) information
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