e_619 - your quotes between an introduction of some kind...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/30/11 Playing Nicely with Others or how to include quotes effectively
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3/30/11 Why We Quote
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3/30/11 Don’t hit-and-run Often writers who aren’t practiced in quoting will simply use quotes in their writing without introducing or explaining the quote.
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3/30/11 For example… Susan Bordo writes about women and dieting. “Fiji is just one example. Until television was introduced in the 1995, the islands had no reported cases of eating disorders. In 1998, three years after programs from the United States and Britain began broadcasting there, 62 percent of the girls surveyed reported dieting.”
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3/30/11 Sandwiching Quotes Instead you should always sandwich
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Unformatted text preview: your quotes between an introduction of some kind and an explanation of the quotes relevance to your argument. Bread: Introduce quote Meat: Quote Bread: Explain quote 3/30/11 How can we do that? In his/her review X _(verb)_ that “_(quote) _” Argue Assert Claim Insist Observe Suggest Acknowledge Admire 3/30/11 Practice, Examples 3/30/11 Explaining Quotes • Basically X is saying… • X’s analysis proves… • X’s claim shows the importance of… • The essence of X’s argument is that… • X’s perspective shows… • X’s point is similar to Y’s/my point in that… 3/30/11 Practice, Examples...
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2011 for the course ED 101 taught by Professor Propas during the Spring '11 term at Grand Valley State.

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