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Ida Ida plopped down in the chair and threw her paper on the table. "What is wrong with this?" she demanded, pointing to a sentence in her paper circled in red. "My neighbors in Spruce Hill." As the tutor, you read the sentence and the first page of the paper. You ask why the teacher circled the sentence. "That's what I don't understand!" exclaimed Ida. "She said something about a thesis statement, and that is what I wrote." Would you like to make your own recommendation and add it to the list of comments? Read what the Learning Lab has suggested? Read what other tutors have recommended? If you would like to post your suggestions for Michael's case study, fill out the form below. Your comments will be e-mailed to Dr. Jay Howard, Professor, Learning Lab, who may include your comments in the list of tutor recommendations. Identification Type your name: Type your email address: Indicate where you tutor: Central Lab South Lab West Lab NERC NWRC WPRC Your comments Suggestion: The problem here is that Michael is missing the intrinsic logic and order which is a part of all
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course LEARNING L 110 taught by Professor Afrancis during the Spring '11 term at Community College of Philadelphia.

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