Contrary source exercise .docx

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Contrary source exercise Below I’ve created a form for introducing a contrary source into your essay and responding to it. First, there is a sentence that sets up the opinion of the contrary source (or naysayer, to use Graff and Birkenstein’s language). Spend a little time with that opinion, developing it with at least three reasons from the chapter. This will be the first paragraph, where you incorporate the contrary source. Then below, respond with however many reasons you think are needed to persuade me that you are right and Graff and Birkenstein are wrong about this. If you need help with this, look on pps 59 and 60 for some of the most common reasons people give for rejecting a contrary opinion. Think of this as a second paragraph, one where you respond to the contrary source or naysayer.
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  • Fall '17
  • Steve Weigenstein
  • Writing, Graff

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