CRE101 Lesson 2 - Assignment 2

CRE101 Lesson 2 - Assignment 2 - CRE101 College Critical...

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CRE101 College Critical Reading Lesson 2 - Assignment 2 This assignment is worth 25 points. To move between questions, do not use the tab key. Doing so will highlight and delete text as you start typing. Instead, use your mouse to place the cursor where you need to type. Please make sure you have answered all questions prior to submitting. Once you click the submit button, you will not be able to return to this section. 1 of 1 Read Part 1 and Part 2 before you work on this assignment. Part 1. The objective for this assignment is for you to increase your understanding of the role of language and how it affects comprehension. Read the assignment questions before you read the assigned essay. Read the essay, "Fat City," on pages 104-106 in your textbook.While you are reading, try to identify the author’s purpose, tone, audience, and language usage. Look for examples of denotative and connotative language and subjective and objective thinking patterns in the form of fact or opinion statements. Part 2. Read the following questions and reflect on the key concepts in this lesson and refer to these concepts in your answers. The answer to each question should be approximately 4-5 sentences long. Please write in complete sentences. Please type your response below each question, do not erase the question. Before you send your assignment, check your work against the Assignment Criteria in Appendix 2 . Can you answer "yes" to each question?
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1) Define tone, subjective, objective, denotation, connotation, fact, and opinion. --Answer below: Tone, subjective, objective, denotation, connotation, fact, and opinion are all important terms to consider with critical reading and thinking. Tone is a writer’s attitude and feelings towards the topic being written. It is important to recognize the tone of a writer to better understand their reasons for writing on the topic. A writer’s views on various subjects will either be subjective or objective. Subjective views are based on
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CRE101 Lesson 2 - Assignment 2 - CRE101 College Critical...

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