e_647 - Transitions Organizing your paperfor the readers...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/30/11 Organizing your paper—for the reader’s sake. Transitions
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3/30/11 Sometimes, I see papers
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3/30/11 Click icon to add picture But they’re much stronger like this… This page, Painting: Mark Rothko, No. 15. Last
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3/30/11 Click icon to add picture And this…Two major blocks, Painting: Mark Rothko, “White Over Red”
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3/30/11 Click icon to add picture Or blended with the major theme Photo: Thomas Laupstad, “Sunset at 1:30 AM.”
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3/30/11 Click icon to add picture Seamless, but Image found at http://climate.met.psu.edu/data
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What model does your paper Using your colored pencils or markers, make each topic of your paper a color and underline each sentence with an appropriate color: what do you see? 1. Jumble of colors. 2. One color. 3. Three colors with one surrounding color. 4. Two colors, one dominant. 5. Something else? What happens if you re-imagine each color as
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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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