Notes - Notes 29-32 Annotating is the first act of composing Critical reading is sometimes called active reading to distinguish it from

Notes - Notes 29-32 Annotating is the first act of...

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. Notes 29-32 Annotating is the first act of composing Critical reading is sometimes called active reading to distinguish it from memorization Read strategically, look for the writer's claims look for the riders key ideas and terms and for connections with key ideas in terms another text When annotating what arguments is the Arthur responding to is the issue relative or significant? how do I know that what the Arthur says is true? is the Arthur's evidence legitimate? significant? can I think of an exception to the Arthur's argument? what would the counter arguments be When you study how writers influence readers do language, you are analyzing the rhetoric how the writer sees the situation that calls for response in writing the writer's purpose for writing intended audience kinds of claims and types of evidence 36-39 Rhetorical analysis Identify the situation

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