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199Chapter66.1: CARS Passage Structure and StrategyLESSON 6.1 REVIEWThe Kaplan Method for CARS PassagesSCANFOR STRUCTUREDecide whether to read the passage now or later·Look for passage type (humanities or social science)·Determine the difficulty of the passageREADSTRATEGICALLYQuickly read the passage, looking for keywords and connections·Remember your keywords·Find each paragraph’s relation to the passage as a wholeLABELEACH COMPONENTWrite a brief description of each paragraphREFLECTON YOUR OUTLINEInclude the goal of the passage in your outline06_MCAT_LB_2015_Ch06.indd1996/19/1512:13 PM
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229LESSON 7.1Argument StructureIn this lesson, you’ll learn to:·Recognize concepts, conceptualrelationships, and claims in passages·Identify the components of an argumentCARSSkillsMCATExpertiseFoundationsofComprehensionReasoningWithinthe TextReasoningBeyondthe Text07_MCAT_LB_2015_Ch07.indd2296/16/152:30 PM
Chapter77.1: Argument StructureLESSON 7.1, LEARNING GOAL 1:·Recognize concepts, conceptual relationships, and claims in passagesThe social novel has always presupposed asubstantial amount of social stability. Theideal social novel had been written by JaneAusten, a great artist who enjoyed the luxuryof being able to take society for granted; it wasthere, and seemed steady beneath her glass,Napoleon or no Napoleon. But soon it wouldnot be steady beneath anyone’s glass, and thenovelist’s attention had necessarily to shiftfrom the gradations within society to the fate ofsociety itself. It is at this point that the politicalnovel comes to be written—the kind in whichthe idea of society, as distinct from the mereunquestioned workings of society, has penetratedthe consciousness of the characters in all of itsprofoundly problematic aspects.What is the defining characteristic of theauthor’s concept of thesocial novelWhat example of thesocial novelis given?What new concept is introduced and how doesit relate to thesocial novel??
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