ec4 - UNDERLINE – If these elements are missing from any...

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2/5/11 Step One: Read papers aloud to each other. Take general notes as your partner reads. After both partners have read, discuss these notes.
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2/5/11 Step Two Find all the direct quotes in your partner’s paper. Write an asterisk next to each of these quotes. Then ask the following questions: Are all quotes cited properly with author and page number? Do they fit seamlessly into the sentence? Are the quotes relevant to the argument
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2/5/11 Step Three Return to the author’s quotes and ask the following: Does each quote contain a “before?” CIRCLE Does each quote contain an “after?”
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Unformatted text preview: UNDERLINE – If these elements are missing from any quotes, make note of it so the author can revise appropriately. 2/5/11 Step Four • What strategies does the author use to Respond to Freire’s writing? • Does the author address ethos , logos , or pathos ? • Does the response section provide a clear, logical, reason-based approach to Freire? 2/5/11 Step Five • In the analysis section, do you get a clear sense of the author’s reaction to Freire’s piece? • Are there any ways this reaction can be more clear and/or more balanced?...
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2011 for the course ENC 1102 taught by Professor Milano during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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