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Class Notes for WRIT1005 at University of Queensland

Fundamentals of Writing

WRIT1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Slippery Slope, Straw Man, Ad Hominem
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Lecture 9 4/10/17 Logical Fallacies Common logical fallacies - Ad hominem argument o Attacking person rather than argument o Person A makes claim X, there is something objectionable about...

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WRIT1005
Dr Josephine Robertson
WRIT1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Thesis Statement, General Idea
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Lecture 8 200917 The Structure of an Argumentative Essay Outlining Distinguish btw general and specific ideas General ideas are the ones that offer the main support for your thesis statement they will be more general tha...

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WRIT1005
Dr Josephine Robertson
WRIT1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: George Orwell, Michel De Montaigne
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Lecture 1 Introduction Questions - Why are we here? - What is the academy? - What is academic writing? - Why is academic writing important in the academy? - Why do we write essays? ...

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Dr Josephine Robertson
WRIT1005 Lecture 10: Lecture 10
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Lecture 10 18/10/17 Academic Integrity and Citations What is academic integrity? - Centre for academic integrity outlines 5 principles o Honesty o Trust o Fairness ...

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WRIT1005
Dr Josephine Robertson
WRIT1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Mind Map

Lecture 6 60917 Writing Thesis Statements Claims Statements Address to build your argument Connections within claims A claim combines an internal connection between two ideas Claims can be linked Scope and certainty S...

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WRIT1005
Dr Josephine Robertson
WRIT1005 Lecture 2: Lecture 2 - Reading for research

Lecture 2 20817 Reading for Research Smart phone reading: longform articles get more than twice the engaged time of shortform articles Critical reading in your field Sketch out nature of field relevant to inquiry includin...

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WRIT1005
Dr Josephine Robertson
WRIT1005 Lecture 7: Lecture 7 - Topics of Invention

Lecture 7 130917 Topics of Invention Aristotles Topoi (topic starters for essay) Topic ideas What are the problems in my area? Topic How have perspectives of climate change differed throughout time? When was the first me...

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WRIT1005
Dr Josephine Robertson
WRIT1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Academic Writing, Topic Sentence, Jargon

Lecture 3 90817 Whats different about academic writing? Stylistic Nonacademic writing Academic writing features Topical content Drawn from everyday experience, Drawn from a narrow, specialised field current issues Discipli...

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WRIT1005
Dr Josephine Robertson
WRIT1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Straw Man, Ad Hominem, Slippery Slope

find more resources at oneclass.com Lecture 9 41017 Logical Fallacies Common logical fallacies - Ad hominem argument (attacking person rather than argument) - Ad populum argument (because something is popular it must be ac...

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WRIT1005
Dr Josephine Robertson
WRIT1005 Lecture 10: Lecture 10 - Academic integrity and citations

find more resources at oneclass.com Lecture 10 181017 Academic Integrity and Citations Plagiarism - Referecig doest alwas ake it oka - Word for word plagiarism o No quotation marks, taking as appears in original text - Fai...

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WRIT1005
Dr Josephine Robertson
WRIT1005 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Research Question, Pathos

Lecture 5 300817 Devising Research Questions How to Read Critically: Rhetorical Strategies Research question (how does why does what difference does it make) Phrasing it as a question allows you to produce a statement in ...

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WRIT1005
Dr Josephine Robertson
WRIT1005 Lecture 4: Lecture 4 - Framing a question to guide the research

Lecture 4 230817 Framing a Question to Guide the Research Question is important: Narrows down research and keeps you on track Narrowing down researching Who What When Where Why How E.g. questions Why does this happ...

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