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26 Jan 2011
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Science Fiction Monday, January 17th/11
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Identity: same/smaeness
-The quality of condition of being the same in substance, composition, nature,
properties, or in particular qualities under consideration; absolute or
essential sameness; oneness.
-The sameness of a person or thing at all times or in all circumstances; the
condition or fact that a person or thing is itself and not something else;
individuality, personality.
Psychological, emotional
Biological, physiological
Cultural
Social
Economic
Political
Environmental, geographical
Identify a TOPIC
Define the SCOPE (narrow topics)
Gather EVIDENCE and look for patterns
Make a preliminary INTERPRETATION
Ask questions to challenge your initial reaction.
Define the Scope:
Scope- the specific parts of the topic you will discuss
-establish the claims that you can realistically make given the evidence
available and any time or space restrictions
-focus on specific, concrete details
-focus on explaining the significance of those details in a passage, a series of
related passages, a scene, a chapter, etc.. and within the text as a whole.
Review your topic, evidence, and preliminary interpretation. What
ultimately is the significance and relevance of your analysis? What does it say
about your topic and your evidence?
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The quality of condition of being the same in substance, composition, nature, properties, or in particular qualities under consideration; absolute or essential sameness; oneness. The sameness of a person or thing at all times or in all circumstances; the condition or fact that a person or thing is itself and not something else; individuality, personality. Scope- the specific parts of the topic you will discuss. Establish the claims that you can realistically make given the evidence available and any time or space restrictions. Focus on explaining the significance of those details in a passage, a series of related passages, a scene, a chapter, etc and within the text as a whole. What does it say about your topic and your evidence? www. notesolution. com. Flowers for algernon and linguistic identity: initial reaction. Charlie"s progression and regression with language is fascinating (and heartbreaking) Curious about relationship between charlie"s capacity with language and his sense of social status/worth.

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