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Department
Art History
Course
ARTH 226
Professor
Paul Hewitt
Semester
Winter

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# 8 Modals We’ll look at words like: - can/could = physical ability or inherent ability. Doesn’t mean the thing does it (i.e. peacocks can fly or that you can write but doesn’t have to) - may/might = a possibility, uncertainty based on ignorance. Scholar writes use uncertainty base on knowledge. Found in conclusion (there may be blah blah blah because of blah blah blah). - would = politeness move, gives a choice. More like a question. Assessment of state knowledge. Suggests power is lateral - should = moral obligation, if you don’t do it you’ll feel guilty. Be careful using should. Most powerful in scholarly writing is conclusion and findings where you may find should. Useful expressions to use for scholarly writing: May/might - Tends to - Seems to - Appears to Should - ought to - should - need to - must - have to Reports - to reach conclusion and generate recommendations - conclusions is the most important, should be in the beginning - Work Plan example Problem ______________ Progress report Problem Progress Background Method  Recommendations can be either after conclusions or in the end *  No clustery parts * Executive Summary (abstract) Title Page Table of Contents Report Problem
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