REX+One - Basgier Spring 2008 REX One: The Method Looking...

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Basgier Spring 2008 REX One: The Method Looking for Patterns of Repetition and Contrast WA 44-51 The assignment: this REX asks you to take your first stab at using details to analyze a cultural object. Follow these steps: 1. BEFORE YOU WRITE read WA pages 44-51, which explains the Method; also, print and read Brown and Gelt’s L.A. Times article, “Crossroads” from our oncourse page. This newspaper article is the one you will use to write the Jumpstart Paper and Paper One. 2. After reading the article, you should perform the Method on Brown and Gelt’s article. Make sure to type out all five steps to turn in, and, for step one, make sure to include the number of repetitions (i.e. Latinos x #). 3. Step five of the Method asks you to write a healthy paragraph based on one (or two) repetition, strand, or binary. This paragraph should be no less than a page double-spaced. In order to begin developing sophisticated analytical ideas, you have to give yourself enough time and space to do so. In this paragraph, using the details you have selected, you should work to understand
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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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REX+One - Basgier Spring 2008 REX One: The Method Looking...

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