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Narratives help build ethos Ethos (authority) - when writing without research, experience serves as evidence. -all claims must be supported by evidence EXIGENCE- that which convinced the reader that the subject at hand matters -establish it immediately -maintain it throughout the story/essay "this prescription drug may kill you, more at 11" what does a good story need? exigence climax/revelation--an Aha! moment-signal that it is the climax -tension Concrete details- show the reader what you mean rather then simply telling them ___________________ reading quiz** understanding what is at issue in a controversy, where the controversies are, where yo would take a stand] stasis Theory: Definition: categories or question to pose in understanding an issue or understanding where there is debate or disagreement in an issue THE STASES c c v a j conjecture(defintiion/exitence): did it happen? does it exits, what is it how is it defined Cause/Effect- How did this come to be? what are the effect s or consequences of this?
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