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10-to-1 Reasoning

Page history last edited by Joe Essid 10 years, 9 months ago

Written Large so we can all follow on the Smartboard:


  • Work with one group member today.

  • Read one of his/her wiki projects.


  • Pick one claim that seems important in this project and, to quote from our textbook you will be "taking one part of the whole, putting it under a microscope, and then generalizing about the whole on the basis of analyzing a single part" (Rosenwasser and Stephen 127).


  • List, in a comment on the writer's project page, 10 observations or implications you draw from that claim. 

  • Then, the writer of the project needs to answer you in another comment: did s/he intend to have readers walk away with this impression?


Works Cited:


Rosenwasser, David. and Jill Stephen. Writing Analytically. 5th ed. Boston: Thompson, 2009.

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