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ENGL 101 Lecture 15: 15
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ENGL 101 Lecture 6: Class 6
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ENGL 101 Lecture 7: Class 7
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Exigence Why should I care about a subject A problem or situation t...

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Judith Butler You control what you do to your body but not what oth...

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Class Notes Elements of a good argument: analyze both sides, be ass...

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ENGL 101 Lecture 12: Class 12
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IA: 304337 Proposal Arguments Motivates audience to recognize a pro...

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ENGL 101 Lecture 10: Class 10
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ENGL 101 Lecture 13: Class 13
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TSIS: 5567 Three Ways to Respond Agree, disagree, combo State clear...

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ENGL 101 Lecture 8: Class 8
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Summary Assignment Audience: someone at UMD, speak in own voice (do...

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ENGL 101 Lecture 9: Class 9
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John Oliver Fact, definition, quality (good or bad thing), policy (...

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ENGL 101 Lecture 3: Chisholm and the Rhetorical Triangle

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ENGL 101 Lecture 2: Rhetoric

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ENGL 101 Lecture 1: Argument

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