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SIUENGL 101Moria ScottFall

ENGL 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Rhetoric, Pathos, Negative Capability

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Define significant parts and how they are related. Push observations to implications by asking, so what? . Look for patterns of repetition and contrast
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SIUENGL 101Moria ScottFall

ENGL 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Commonplace Book, Deductive Reasoning, Pathos

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Professional writers have long kept commonplace books- essentially, records of their readings. In addition to being a record of your readings, it is al
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SIUENGL 101Moria ScottFall

ENGL 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Lightdark

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Define significant parts and how they are related. Look for patterns of repetition and contrast and for anomalies. A lot of what passes for thinking is
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SIUENGL 101Moria ScottFall

ENGL 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Thesis Statement, Scientific Method, Individualism

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Developing a thesis is more than repeating an idea. Weak thesis statements tend to produce demonstrations. Demonstrations point at something, see? , an
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SIUENGL 101Moria ScottFall

ENGL 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Literal And Figurative Language

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At the opposite extreme form the fortune cookie school lies the completely relativist anything goes school. The problem with the anything goes approach
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SIUENGL 101Moria ScottFall

ENGL 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: The Fortune Cookie

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The meaning has to have value, it has to make sense to other people not just yourself. (modern, social, cultural context) (ex. race, gender, sexuality,
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SIUENGL 101Moria ScottFall

ENGL 101 Chapter 3: Ch. 3 (75-86)

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All analytical topics require a blend of two components: a thinking component and an information component. Summary performs the essential function of
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SIUENGL 101Moria ScottFall

ENGL 101 Chapter 9: Ch. 9 (236-245)

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What introductions do: why what i"m saying matters . The latin roots of the word suggests that introductions bring the reader into the subject (intro,
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SIUENGL 101Moria ScottFall

ENGL 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Secondary Source, Main Source

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SIUENGL 101Moria ScottFall

ENGL 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Welterweight, Tyrant

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A thesis is an idea that you formulate about your subject. It should offer a theory about the meaning of evidence that would not have been immediately
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SIUENGL 101Moria ScottFall

ENGL 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Thesis Statement, Free Writing

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The challenge of reading well is to become conversant rather than reading for the gist. Find the questions rather than just the answers. Find something
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SIUENGL 101Moria ScottFall

ENGL 101 Chapter 4: Ch. 4 (89-94) (103-117)

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Two common problems: claims without evidence (unsubstantiated claims) and evidence without claims (pointless evidence) Two most basic forms of arrangin
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