ENG 200 Analysis of Cause/Effect Essay
Complete the following self-analysis
1. My Claim
Shakespeare wrote his own works and is still influencing literature, language, and film
2. My data and reasons supporting my claim. (Identity each by type.) Are
ENG 200 Chapter 5 Notes
Claims of Fact
Claims of fact cannot always be proven because they are not irrefutable.
Claims of fact are often qualified (limited)in some way because it sets limits on the
A statement about the unknown ba
ENG 200 Chapter 9 Notes
Emotive language is language that creates an emotional reaction.
The connotation of a word is the meaning we attach to it regardless of the explicit definition
The sources of connotative meaning are:
Everythings An Argument, Ch. 8 Worksheet
Structuring and Argument
What is a claim?
The statement in which you hope to prove.
Data and reason support claims. List the four types of support available to the writer:
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Ted Koosers Use of Place
Kooser uses his writing to help tell his story. The main element in his writing is the place
and setting. The place and the setting when done in a positive way can help to enlighten the
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Visual Analysis of the 2012 Presidential Debate
The debate started with both men looking very professional and ready to properly display
their own political plans and expectations for the outcome of the election
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Political Glossary is Essential A Bias Look into Politics
Thomas Sowell may have written this column about politics and how they really should
be viewed. His opinion comes through more than it should and in a way t
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Local Wonders a Modern Day Take of Transcendentalism
Ted Kooser is a modern day Henry David Thoreau or Ralph Waldo Emerson with his
descriptive nature and acceptance of the individual. In his work, Local Wonde
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Planned Parenthood: More Than an Abortion Clinic
For decades the government and the church have had control over womens health issues.
Women were finally given some level of control when the institu
Notes for Expository Writing
Claims of fact cannot always be proven because not all facts are irrefutable.
Claims of fact are often qualified (limited) by setting the limits on the argument.
A statement about the unknown based on the known is called an in