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C.J. Gorrell 11/30/08 Journal 4: An Analysis of “Talents are Unlimited” The article “Talents are Unlimited” argues that in order to improve the standards of global business practice in the U.S., schools must begin to practice critical thinking skills again. The author of the article is Jane Newman. Jane Newman is a professor at the University of Alabama. In this article she writes to her peers in the education realm. Her article develops a sense of ethos and pathos by the way she had the story published and by the way she writes. The article by Jane Newman was published by Prufrock press in the Gifted Child Today education journal. This adds to Jane Newman’s ethical appeal in that a well- known journal that informs readers of the current education industry was willing to acknowledge her journal as worthy of reaching a grandiose audience. Furthermore, I found the article during my research on information on the No Child Left Behind Act , through an education database. This also supports her ethical appeal for the same reasons
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This note was uploaded on 01/24/2011 for the course ENGL ENGL101 taught by Professor Esprit during the Spring '09 term at Maryland.

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