Chapter 12 - Order or Sequence • Chronology • Process • Order of Importance • Spatial Order Comparison and Contrast • The comparison

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Chapter 12: Thought Patterns of Academic Disciplines Thought Patterns: Guides to Learning Recognizing patterns will enable you to anticipate the author’s or speaker’s thought development. Patterns provide a strategy or framework for comprehending a message. Patterns facilitate storage and retrieval of information in memory. Patterns provide a means of understanding and analyzing assignments. Academic Thought Patterns
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Unformatted text preview: Order or Sequence • Chronology • Process • Order of Importance • Spatial Order Comparison and Contrast • The comparison pattern is used to emphasize or discuss similarities between or among ideas, theories, concepts or events, while the contrast pattern emphasizes differences . Cause and Effect Classification Problem-Solution Definition Listing Mixed Patterns...
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This note was uploaded on 05/30/2008 for the course HUM 100 taught by Professor Labairon during the Fall '06 term at South Central College: Faribault Campus.

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Chapter 12 - Order or Sequence • Chronology • Process • Order of Importance • Spatial Order Comparison and Contrast • The comparison

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