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Unformatted text preview: Basgier Spring 08 Building Paper 2 using 10 on 1: Difference Within Similarity* *Similarity within difference requires a little reorganization: You’d have X(a), X(b), (these are the differences) and Y (this is the similarity within those differences). I. Introduction: “Pan” and thesis a. “Pan”: Briefly summarize the historical period; Briefly summarize the photo and article; or Briefly summarize the RAW source, or define a key term/concept in that source that you will use to influence your discussion. Choose one of these. Lead into your thesis (track/zoom). b. Thesis (ii and iii here can be switched): i. X (similarity): ii. Y(a) (difference in photo): iii. Y(b) (difference in article): II. Body: Discussion of X part of your thesis—similarity (a and b here can be switched): a. Representative piece of evidence for photo (describe it so that someone who hasn’t seen it...
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- representative, i. Claim, ii. Claim, iii. Claim, Representative piece