Disc #2 - Brett Larose ENC 1101 Section #0015 Nathan Holic...

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Brett Larose ENC 1101 Section #0015 Nathan Holic 9/04/2009 Discovery Assignment II All throughout grade school, contradiction lurked behind every corner. I always felt agitated as to why my elementary school teachers used an “x” for multiplication when I would be required to use a small dot for the rest of my life. This inconsistency was no different in terms of reading and writing; five paragraph essays were demanded, no more, no less. After reading Kamp’s essay (about ten times as long as the five paragraph essay), the difference in his style as opposed to the teachings of grade school became very evident. Kamp pulls out historical facts more than half a century old and pulls the information together in order to engage the reader. Although five paragraph essays diverge from well-written essays, they do require evidentiary support. Kamp provides countless amounts of support throughout his essay, all while intriguing the reader by connecting the American Dream to many of America’s pastimes.
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This note was uploaded on 04/15/2010 for the course ENC 1101 taught by Professor Carolmichaelsen during the Fall '07 term at University of Central Florida.

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