Lesson 2 Concept Check

Lesson 2 Concept Check - evidence. (see p. 122) 5. To...

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1. When learning vocabulary, an important distinction to make is between the denotation and connotation of a word. (see p. 119) True False 2. Authors will use connotative meanings of words to support their purpose. (see p. 119) 3. Critical readers and thinkers do not need to consider the extension of the entire set of meanings that a word denotes in order to make sure they comprehend the writer’s meaning. (see p. 119) 4. 4. A fact is something that can be proved true through subjective
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Unformatted text preview: evidence. (see p. 122) 5. To verify facts, we need to determine that they have been or can be proved in an unbiased way, not clouded by personal opinion. (see p. 123) 6. An opinion is something that can be objectively proven and is objective in nature. (see p. 123) 7. We can value informed opinion as a source of valid evidence to support a conclusion, when given by an expert or person who has extensive education, training, or experience in a given area. (see p. 124) 8....
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