test 1 - Melissa Wilkerson Enc1101-102 August 9, 2007 Final...

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Melissa Wilkerson Enc1101-102 August 9, 2007 Final Exam Pt. 1 1. Thesis. Idea and a comment 2. Developing a claim means to explain with examples and supporting  evidence 3. The idea.  4. 1. com and con 2. examples 3. classification and division 5. support 6. 1. stating each example how they are alike and how are they different 2.  Classification and division 7. 1. com and con 2. analysis 3. exposition by example 8. definition 9. How the paragraph is developed and how it makes sense By using point  by point methods, block paragraphs, and exposition by example
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10. Narration 11. Direct quotation 12. Indirect quotation 13. A summary is a brief description of something like a book or movie. A  critique is a brief description with an opinion. 14. Narrative 15. Expository 16. Descriptive 17. Expository 18. Ethos 19. Pathos 20. Logos 21. “Sex, Lies, and Conversation” is about how men and women deal with 
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test 1 - Melissa Wilkerson Enc1101-102 August 9, 2007 Final...

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