HISTORY 313 NOTES

HISTORY 313 NOTES - assertion is supported by this textual...

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HISTORY 313 NOTES -Doctrinal discord -evolving theology -political implications -Frontier soldiers in military -“barbarians” -at border, would try to convert people into the army -Lots of barbarians want ot live in the empire -Barbarian Invasions -Goths (Christian already, want to be in empire -Huns (not Christian, unfamiliar) February 6 th Notes -Persuasive Writing - Audience - your questions: -Who is going to read this? -What do I want them to do? -Audience’s question -Why should I read this? -4 part argumentation block -claim: thesis of that paragraph -evidence: paraphrase, quote, data point, mention of event -explanation/interpretation of evidence -Relation of evidence to argument -ex: This sentence makes the assertion of the paragraph. The
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Unformatted text preview: assertion is supported by this textual evidence here is the quote or paraphrase. This is what the quote/evidence means. This is how the information in the evidence relates to the argument. This sentence says more about how the evidence supports the argument. ( The argument has further evidence in this quote or paraphrase. This is what the second quote means. This is how the second evidence relates to the argument. This is how the evidence advances the argument.)- longer paragraph.-Map your paper- 2 paragraphs per page-Assignment lengt: 4 pages---- 8 paragraphs -Organization o Introduction-Paragraph 1-Gender in Gilgamesh-Gender in Hammurabi...
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