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DAY 21 THESIS STATEMENTS
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Our Current Status ü Broad Topic/Stereotype ü 2 Texts that Reflect/Show the Stereotype ü Note about Informative Sources (To Avoid) ü Working Thesis Statement
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Our Trajectory Wed: Bring Intro.(1/2-1 page)=>Thinking About Structure Mon: Reading Assignment=>More on MLA Wed: Bring Preliminary Draft (At Least 2 pages) Fri: Bring Formal Draft
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Grappling With Sources Worksheet on Comparing Texts Step 2: On the back of your worksheet, write a thesis that shows a relationship between your two texts. Example 1: Focuses on difference within similarity Although “Apparently with no surprise” and “Design” deal with the nature of death and power, the themes vary in that Dickinson accepts supernatural authority while Frost questions and challenges it. *Qualification: This statement doesn’t answer the “how” of your approach, so it would have to be
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Grappling With Sources Example 2: Contrast Model 2—Bringing Out Contrasting Views
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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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