E_642 - The Quotation Hamburger by Kristen Miller 11.11.10 Introduce quotation Quote Explain quotation Introduce quotation Introduce the quotation

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The Quotation Hamburger! by Kristen Miller 11.11.10
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Introduce quotation. Quote. Explain quotation.
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Introduce quotation .
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who Introduce the quotation. The introductory or lead-in claims should: 1. Explain who is speaking. 2. Set up what the quotation says.
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who Helpful templates for introducing a quotation. - X himself writes, “___.” - According to X, “___.” - As the prominent philosopher X puts it, “___.” - In her book, ___, X maintains that, “___.” - X agrees when she writes, “___.” - X complicates matters further when he writes, “___.”
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Quote.
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1. Does this quotation repeat some of the information from the introduction? 2. Does it contain lengthy explanation or background information that would be better summarized by me? The Quotation: Make sure it's meaty. Each quotation should achieve maximum effect in minimum space. So, before inserting a quotation, ask yourself:
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1. Contains exciting language! 2. Exemplifies
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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 University.

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E_642 - The Quotation Hamburger by Kristen Miller 11.11.10 Introduce quotation Quote Explain quotation Introduce quotation Introduce the quotation

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