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Critical Reading and Writing Literature

by: Cori Graves

Critical Reading and Writing Literature ENG 200

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Date Created: 07/22/16
ENGLISH 1B 02/05/2015 ▯ ESSAYS: ▯ Simple sentences: Jim only has one leg ▯ Compound sentences: Jim only has one leg, but can run a four minute mile. ▯ Complex senteces: Although Jim only has one leg, he can run a four minute mile. ▯ ▯ Be aware of:  Unity: Everything is about the topic  Support: evidence to back up and validate the topic  Coherence: Even flow when moving from one idea to the next  Style: Sentence variety. Le mot juste-putting in the right words. ▯ ▯ People read for entertainment, for information and enlightenment. ▯ ▯ ▯ ARGUMENTATION  Rhetoric- The art of persuasion  Persuasion  Argument o 1. Pathos- emotions o 2. Ethos- character o 3. Logos- Logic/reason ▯  Deductive Reasoning: Two premises leading down to a conclusion  Inductive Reasoning: Known knowledge, extract an assumption.  Evidence: Experimentation, examples, authoritative testimony. o Authoritative Testimony: 1. Should be an authority on the subject. 2. Should give a balanced view. 3. Should be named. 4. Should be current and not out of date. 5. Opinions should be valued. o Statistics: Numbers are associated with facts.  Satire/Verbal Irony/Sarcasm ▯ ▯ MARCH 18 THCLASS: ▯ Midterm In Class Essay: Bring Large Format Green Book  What concerns do you have about the future? Introduction: State the Problem  Why is it a Problem? Support  Are there any solutions to the problem? Support  Conclusion ▯ Annotated Bibliography  Source Citation: Do it exactly the same as a works cited page  Short summary of the source  Evaluation of the source  Why source was chosen or not chosen to be used in essay ▯ ▯


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