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Lecture #6 - Organizing Information & Introduction

Statement 2 amplication 3 example common rhetorical

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Unformatted text preview: to a consistent characteristic. 3.  Make each class or division large enough to have more than one element. “... we need to explain why we choose certain attributes over others on which to base our similarity judgements and to explain in virtue of what we judge members of a category to be similar. Why, for example, do we classify a Bedlington Terrier as a dog when it seems to have as many similarities with a lamb as with a Great Dane?” (Bryant, 2000, p. 57) http://www.tumblr.com/tagged/bedlington ­terrier http://www.dales ­photos.co.uk/lamb.htm http://puppydogweb.com/caninebreeds/greatdane.htm Common Rhetorical Tools Exemplification   Theoretically: explanation   Practically: example  Exemplification has three parts: 1.  Statement 2.  Amplification 3.  Example Common Rhetorical Tools Narration   Telling a story http://mediafunnel.com/...
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