ENGL 1301 PowerPoint 9 Classification

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Classification ENGL  1301
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Principle of Classification: Break  broad topic into categories according  to a specific principle Present distinctive features of each  category Show how features vary among  categories How to Classify
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Help people understand distinctions  among things that might seem similar to  the uniformed Help people make decisions When to Classify
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Depends on your interests or point of  view Principle of classification should suit  purpose and audience Selecting Categories
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Only one principle of classification for  each level Principle of classification is consistent Don’t allow the categories to overlap The more subcategories, the longer  and more complex the paper For short paper, may need to go  down to a lower-level category Creating Subcategories
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Sometimes all  Sometimes a select few You may not even mention all the  possible types How many depends on purpose 
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Unformatted text preview: Number of Categories Develop every category you include with specific, informative details provide a clear picture of each category to help the reader grasp the distinctions and relationships among them Developing Categories Intro: Present categories in same order as discuss them Determine order you want to present categories Often topic will help you determine arrangement Use transitions to signal the rationale behind organization of categories Be sure arrangement of material Organizing Classification Essays Classification has been used for insidious reasons Even if the intention is good, can be reductive If your intent is to be funny, be sure its in good taste and clear that humor is intended Not a bad idea to make fun of yourself in the process Ethical Issues...
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