Day10-Workshopping

Day10-Workshopping - I. What is it? II. Why do I need one?...

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Unformatted text preview: I. What is it? II. Why do I need one? III. How do I construct a thesis? IV. How do I know it’s strong? V. Weak or strong? Review: Thesis Statements 5-Minute Freewrite: Individual Thesis Evaluation Candidly evaluate the current status of your thesis. Here are some questions that you might consider in your answer: Is my thesis making an argument about the review, rather than the movie? Does it give a clear idea of my approach or primary focus? Does my language sound objective? Do I need to re-consider the evidence in my review to help me focus my thesis? Note: Be sure to support any claims with evidence (explain answers). Toulmin Argument (6 parts) Statement being argued Support for the claim Connection b/tw claim & evidence Statements that prove the warrant Words and phrases that limit claims Counter-arguments that admit the general claim...
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This note was uploaded on 10/18/2011 for the course ENGL 1113 taught by Professor Brown during the Fall '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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Day10-Workshopping - I. What is it? II. Why do I need one?...

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