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Question textWhat is the difference between analyzing a work and responding to it?
Select one:a. 1.When you analyze, you focus on your own view of the work and why you feel and think. When you respond, you must think about the author’s intent and what tools they used to send their message.b. When you analyze you evaluate how well a message was sent and discuss your feelings concerning the work. When you respond, you write a counter argument to what the author was trying to originally argue.c. When you respond, you focus on how you feel or what you think about. It’s about your view of the work. When you analyze, you focus on what the author did to produce the overall effect, such as which literary tools they used. d. 1. There is no difference between the two. These are just a different words for the same type of essay. The correct answer is: When you respond, you focus on how you feel or what you think about. It’s about your view of the work. When you analyze, you focus on what the author did to produce the overall effect, such as which literary tools they used. Question text When selecting support for your essay, you should ask yourself which of the following two questions? Select one: a. How does this prove my thesis statement? Where does this fit in my outline? b. Do I like this information? Is this information relevant to something that happens in the story? c. Does this information make me sound smart? Where does it fit in my outline? d. Is this information on the same topic as my thesis statement? How does it prove my thesis statement? The correct answer is: How does this prove my thesis statement? Where does this fit in my outline?

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