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In-classrevision - ETS 192 Gender and Literary Texts Fall...

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ETS 192 Gender and Literary Texts Fall 2007 Sarah Russo In-Class Revision, Thursday, October 18— turn in the draft you marked up in class along with your final polished paper next Tuesday, October 23. 1) Read through your paper . In each paragraph, underline your points—or what all your analysis in the paragraph boils down to . If the paragraph is missing an explicitly stated point, mark where you need one (or more). What kinds of sentences are there besides points? Set-up for a point Illustration or example Connecting sentences 2) You’ve just read through your paper. Now read your thesis and circle it : A) Is your thesis accurate to what you discuss in the essay? B) Does it contain: --A precise statement of your exact subject or topic of discussion? Mark this part. If you can’t mark it, it’s missing. --Your arguable claim, i.e., a claim that does not state the obvious, and perhaps has a controversy word in it such as “although,” “but,” “however,” “yet.” For the Theory Application Essay, the arguing should
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