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Unformatted text preview: people knew what it was. He did this by constantly reinforcing his ideas in each paragraph. This was effective because it showed the audience that he was convinced of the point he was trying to make. One thing that I think the author did to make his argument ineffective was use complex sentences that often times made it hard to understand. The best writing is simple and concise and I believe Freire failed to do this successfully. I believe that this reading was extremely confusing and hard to comprehend fully. The sentence construction was unique and hard to follow. A very noticeable part of his writing was that he kept reiterating the same concept over and over again. In order to understand what his purpose and point was, we had to go over it in class and dissect it thoroughly....
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- Spring '11
- Microeconomics, Meaning of life, Freire, Critical pedagogy