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Week 4 - DQ 1 - statement(s and/or belief(s Though blaming...

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This quote interests me for one major reason. That being, it sounds incredibly familiar to  something that I have actually heard one teacher say (about another educator). It is funny to  think that even though all teachers share a similar “fundamental” education, that they can  disagree with each other so fiercely!  The persuasive motive here lies in the fact that the writer disagrees with the professor’s 
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Unformatted text preview: statement(s) and/or belief(s). Though blaming Mr. Fosl for producing these “head in the clouds” ideas, the writer does not once backup his/her claim with evidence. By combining this dysphemism with a slanter based approach, the argument produces a negative tone; yet reinforces the illegitimate belief that the claim offered is true....
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  • Spring '09
  • Taylor
  • negative tone, his/her claim, persuasive motive, slanter based approach, illegitimate belief, quote interests

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