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Workshopping_Introductions_Questionnaire

Workshopping_Introductions_Questionnaire - 6 Will your...

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Introductions—Questions for Work-shopping your Paper 1. Is your topic clearly stated? 2. Do you state why this topic is important? 3. Do you address how you plan to proceed with this discussion? 4. What is your thesis statement? 5. Does this introduction give the reader a sense of the kinds of information that you will be using throughout your paper?
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Unformatted text preview: 6. Will your readers be surprised when they read the main body of your paper? 7. Which one of the following techniques did you use? a) an intriguing example b) a provocative quotation c) a puzzling scenario d) a vivid anecdote e) a thought provoking question...
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