Reading Response 114-143

Reading Response 114-143 - Drew Rasmussen Rick Coonrod...

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Drew Rasmussen Rick Coonrod English 102 1 October 2010 Bruce Ballenger: The Curious Researcher: Reading Response First off, I must start my response saying this guy is a genius. The way Ballenger explains his mind is like art on the page. He makes everything so clear using great diction and prior experiences in his life to explain his line of thinking. For being a text book on how to write, I was quite surprised to find this at all interesting. Ballenger begins this section of reading with note taking, which I feel is crucial to understand and be acquainted with if you are going to produce a well written reading response. I will gladly tell you as a writer that I have never taken notes before writing a paper. Why you may ask? It is time consuming, and until now I had never been prompted to do so. Ballenger has a good point when he says that note taking is going to slow you down in your initial process, but help you produce a well written draft faster. The notes you take can be easily manipulated
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