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1.Re-read your selected article and take careful notes, using analysis techniques  described in Module Two as guidance. For a review of these techniques, please   click here . Then, revisit your original interpretation of the author's goal and re-state the  claim to be addressed in your analysis essay. Has the author's goal changed with  this analytical reading of the text? If so, how? If not, why not? As i continued to read up on the reading of my choice its becoming more clear on what the main point the author is trying to get across to the audience, and that point is to let all young college students know that education is important and everyone should pursue it because so many doors will open up to be successful at life. Do i think that that the author's goal changed with a much deeper reading and research?. I would have to disagree with that for the simple fact of that throughout the entire reading he stayed on topic, never once did i question what he was trying to get across to me and other readers. Teaching everyone the trials and tribulations that he went thru when he was doing his 12 hours at the factory with the very wise old men that have been there for some years now and they don't plan on leaving anytime soon. The main point is very clear. 2. Have you identified new key points that the author uses to try to achieve his or her goal in the selected article? If so, include them here. If not, explain why the key  points from your Writing Notes have remained the same, even after conducting an  active reading of the article To answer the question, have i identified new key points that the author uses to try to achieve his or her goal in the reading of my choice and i would have to say yes. In the last paragraph of the reading he said "Everyone has to come to grips with them at some point. How and when I learned these lessons, however, has inspired me to make the most of my college years before I enter the real world for good. Until then, the summer months I spend in the factories will be long, tiring and every bit as educational as a French-lit class." That let me know that he is glad that he has the education now and days, and has to make the most of it because it will end in a matter of time. I can't not believe i missed this important section in the reading and after going back to re-read it, it brought the light to my eyes.
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