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Yousuf Huda 1302 – 005 Spring 2008 Kamalika Mitra SR on chapter 12 (extra credit) April 18, 2008 In chapter twelve of Nancy Wood’s Perspective on Argument , Wood discusses coming up with a research paper that presents an argument. This same topic was discusses in that last chapter but this time, Wood focuses more on organizing, writing, and revising. This chapter goes in-depth with the types of organization the research paper should use. For example, a paper with a reason claim should have the statement of claim first, then three reasons, and the conclusion. Each paper should use the type of organization that best suits it (shown in the chapter). Some of the other types of organization are Problem-Solution, Applied Criteria, Cause and Effect, Deduction, Induction, Comparison and Contrast, and Chronology. Wood also suggests that one
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Unformatted text preview: should include their ideas in their paper to make it unique. My experience with research position papers has been good so far. In senior year of high school, I had to develop one of these papers for my English 4 class. It wasn’t hard since I already had experience writing papers in my last English classes. I have always been taught though to use the five paragraph system. This system includes one introduction, three body paragraphs, and a conclusion. This system has worked for me through 8 th grade but failed me after that. I have learned to use my research to determine how my organization and how I want to present the paper. This improved the quality of my paper a lot....
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