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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/8/10 Connectives, Introductions, and Conclusions Chapters 12, 13, 14 24 February, 2010
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9/8/10 Connectives Transitions: they lead from one point to the next They connect ideas and signal relationships Telling your audience where you’ve been and where you are going Show a logical relationship
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9/8/10 Connectives that reflect Chronological organization: Thesis statement Main Point I. First, … Main Point II. Second, … Main Point III. Finally, …
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9/8/10 Keep reminding your audience where you’ve been and where you’re going Facilitate understanding on the part of the audience member
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9/8/10 Practice using a connective The turkey was named for what was wrongly thought to be its country of origin. The term Buffalo Soldiers was a term used by the Cheyenne Indians to describe black American soldiers, whose dark skin and thick hair to them resembled the buffalo.
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9/8/10 Introductions
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