MT1+steps - fit the evidence you see in the test object?...

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Basgier Spring 08 Chris’s Steps to Using a Source as a Lens (MT1) 1. After reading the source again (Brooks or Wynter), isolate what you think is a particularly important, interesting, or strange claim. 2. Examine your test object (the newspaper article) and review the details you noticed in the Method. Again, isolate what you think is a particularly important, interesting, or strange set of details. 3. Compare the claim in Brooks or Wynter to the set of details you have chose out of the test object. Consider the following: a. First, how does the claim from Brooks or Wynter
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Unformatted text preview: fit the evidence you see in the test object? That is, how do they match up? b. Second, and more importantly, how does the claim not fit the evidence you see in the test object? How do they not match up? 4. Once you consider both how the claim fits and does not fit the evidence in the test object, ask, So what? How does this realization help us figure out or understand the test object better? What have we learned about it through the fit? What have we learned about it through the does not fit?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/30/2008 for the course ENG-W 131 taught by Professor Neal during the Spring '08 term at Indiana.

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