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Unformatted text preview: On Documented Essays Introduction Etymology: Documented Etymology: Essay Etymology: Documented Essay Opinion & Objectivity Formality Authority Paragraph Design Citations Quoting vs. Paraphrasing Exercise: Workshop Purpose: Telling vs. Showing vs. Proving Thesis Conclusion Since the beginning of the course we have been writing with the aim of having the writing being more than comprehensible, having it go beyond being understandable or even relatable: the goal of the writing in this course has been to have it be believable. The documented essay represents another step toward that goal via the incorporation into the essay of real- world information, scientific data or shared knowledge that is socially agreed upon to be true (or both, or something somewhere in between), that supports the thesis idea and proves the assertion within the thesis statement. On Documented Essays Introduction Etymology: Documented Etymology: Essay Etymology: Documented Essay Opinion & Objectivity Formality Authority Paragraph Design Citations Quoting vs. Paraphrasing Exercise: Workshop Purpose: Telling vs. Showing vs. Proving Thesis Conclusion This kind of essay can be seen to have its own form, yet at the same time will have a natural stress toward one of the two essay forms weve studied most recently dependent on the approach to the subject matter youre choosing for the piece. This piece will require an objectivity reminiscent of that displayed in the comparison/contrast essay yet exceeds it so as to be even more objective in nature and tone so as to be more universally accessible and true regardless of the specificity of the context the information is approached from or exists within. On Documented Essays Introduction Etymology: Documented Etymology: Essay Etymology: Documented Essay Opinion & Objectivity Formality Authority Paragraph Design Citations Quoting vs. Paraphrasing Exercise: Workshop Purpose: Telling vs. Showing vs. Proving Thesis Conclusion The composition of this essay will require adding to what you already know about writing rather than restructure from the bottom upward how you understand any one of the various aspects to any the modes weve discussed thus far. Accordingly, we will spend less time and energy in this discussion on the fundamentals of the rhetoric and instead focus on the ways of approaching the writing. Still, since there can be no end without a beginning, well start our review of the essay mode by reviewing where it came from and compare and contrast it to how we understand and use/interact with it in our present studies. On Documented Essays Introduction Etymology: Documented Etymology: Essay Etymology: Documented Essay Opinion & Objectivity Formality Authority Paragraph Design Citations Quoting vs....
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2009 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Winter during the Fall '07 term at Columbia State Community College.

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