Quotations Exercise September 21st

Quotations Exercise September 21st - 9/21/11 Working with...

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9/21/11 Working with Quotations Exercise: Bremmer Instructions: Below I have typed out several quotes that you might wish to consider using in your essays. I have recommended steps to follow for using the quotes. Remember that you should use quotes because the specific words in the quote are useful to the point you are making. You need to learn how to close-read the quotes you use and make them effective supports for your own points. Step by Step: Follow these steps for ONE of the following quotes: 1. Provide context for the quote. What in the text preceded this quote? What is the quote a response to? 2. Integrate the quoted passage into a grammatically coherent sentence of your own. 3. Cite the quote, using MLA style. 4. Close read the difficult ideas in the quote, and do not neglect to explain the meaning of particularly important phrases and sentences. 5. Find a quote from Turkles’s essay that relates to the quote, carefully analyze that quote and develop a point of your own based on the DETAILED connection between the ideas
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