EN 105 Tagalog Language Please read The Below First
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By completing this assignment, you will:
develop a controlling idea/thesis for an essay
use description, examples, and explanations to support, develop, clarify, or extend the
focus of your essay
practice using common formats and conventions (e.g., structure, tone, mechanics) for
explain connections about language, community, and identity
The famous philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein wrote, “The limits of my language mean the
limits of my world.” What did he mean by this statement?
As you learned in this unit’s readings and discussion, language awareness is central to
successfully navigating life. When we are locked into one pattern of speaking, writing,
thinking, we limit the boundaries of our existence. Experienced writers know that they
belong to many language communities and know how to switch between varieties of
language to address specific audiences, subjects, genres, and/or social contexts.
To complete this unit’s major writing assignment, write an essay in which you explore one
particular “language community” that you belong to. Include discussions of the language
habits used by members of the community and consider discussing how this language
community has shaped your own identity. In your essay, assume that your readers are your
classmates. Your major source of information should be your own observations and
recollections of your language community, and your goal should be to introduce your
classmates to your language community.
It will be up to you to determine what particular focus your essay will take and what
message you wish to convey to your classmates. I have chosen the language in the
military for this essay.
This is the what I have chosen to write about.
(Philippines language of Tagalog)
This is the question that I chose to write about.
Given your experiences so far, what do you know about the Tagalog
language community of the military? The military is one big language
community, or a collection of multiple, smaller ones? Compare and
contrast two of the disciplines from which you have experienced in the
military. How are those disciplines similar in their expectations of
writers? How are they different? What does this mean in terms of the
values of the disciplines?
Tan, Daniel Felsenfeld, and the other writers you read and discussed this unit?
Your essay should be between 750 and 1,250 words and should be centered a particular
message or focus. Your essay should make significant use of description, examples, and
explanation to illustrate your focus, and should illustrate some of the connections among
language, community, and identity. Your essay should show signs of revision, editing, and
proofreading. Assume that your readers are your classmates: educated, interested in your
community, and are hoping to learn from you.
Remember that you may use any of the material from this unit’s discussion or your Writer’s
Journal as a starting point for this assignment.
When you submit this assignment, include a brief cover letter (no more than 300 words)
that answers the following questions:
What is your purpose in this assignment? What is it you are trying to do or say in this
piece of writing?
What are you proud of about this assignment?
What challenges did you face while completing this assignment?
What sorts of feedback do you want from your instructor on this assignment?
Include your cover letter as a comment on your upload — not as a separate document. Your
cover letter will not count for or against your grade but will help your instructor respond to
Length, Design, & Formatting
Your assignment should be between 750 and 1,250 words, not including title or Works
Cited page. More important than length is quality. Make sure to fully develop your essay, by
including examples, explanations, and descriptions of your language community.
Use MLA guidelines for document design. This includes using 1-inch margins, doublespaced type, a page number in the upper right corner, and a Works Cited page. Both Easy
Writer and A Reader’s Guide to College Writing include detailed descriptions of how to
design documents according to MLA guidelines.
Give your work a unique title — not “Language Community.”
To allow your instructor the ability to post marginal commentary, you must submit this
assignment as a .doc, .docx, or .pdf file. You can save files in these formats with most word
processors, including Web-based programs like Google DocsLinks to an external site., Word
OnlineLinks to an external site., and Open OfficeLinks to an external site.. If you are using a
web-based file storage system like Google Drive or DropboxLinks to an external site., be
sure to learn exactly how to transfer files from your storage system to Canvas.
A Note About Sources
Your major source for this assignment will be your own experiences. However, you may
also decide to use your assigned readings or mini-lectures from class as sources, and you
might decide to incorporate research from outside this course. When referring to
any source in the main text of your analysis, use MLA guidelines for in-text citations. This
includes placing any quoted material in quotation marks, clearly indicating the author
of the work, and providing a page number for the quotation, if applicable.
Include a Works Cited page with an entry for each source that you referred to in the main
text. Use MLA guidelines to create your Works Cited page. For examples and discussion of
how to work with sources in writing, see the Easy Writer chapters on “Integrating Sources
and Avoiding Plagiarism” and “MLA Style.” You will practice creating both in-text and endof-text citations in this unit’s discussion.
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