Classification[ edit ] Information can be taken from a wide variety of objects, but this classification system is only useful for a class of sources that are called symbolic sources. Within such a model these concepts are defined in relation to each other, and the acceptance of this way of defining the concepts are connected to the acceptance of the model. Some other modern languages use more than one word for the English word "source".
After your introduction, transition by explaining what the author of the article you have written has to say about this topic. Briefly explain the main points of the article that you want to talk about.
Then you will give your thesis.
Johnson gives statistics showing that talking on a cell phone is as dangerous as driving drunk. Moreover, she points out the increasing number of accidents caused by cell phone use. Her conclusion is that we need to personally decide not to use a cell phone while driving and that we need to educate our friends and family to give up cell phones while driving, too.
Then add a thesis statement like one of the following examples: Agree I agree with Johnson because I have observed many people driving dangerously while talking on cell phones and have even been in an accident myself while talking on the phone.
Then reflect and expand: We need to have laws prohibiting the use of cell phones while driving. Responding Ideas Here are six different ways to respond to an essay: You can agree with the article and explain three or more reasons why you agree. You can disagree with the article and explain three or more reasons why.
You can agree with some parts of the article and disagree with other parts and explain why. You can take one part of the essay, agreeing or disagreeing with it, and expand on that idea, giving reasons for your reader to agree with you.
Remember that all essays have three main parts: There are many ways to write a good essay, but I will give you a general guide to follow which will help you to organize your ideas. Support Response Here you will argue your thesis and give support for your ideas from your personal experience and your own thinking and reading.
The body of your paper should have three or more paragraphs. The rest of the paragraph should give details to back up that point. You can use examples from the reading, your own life, something else you have read, or common experiences we all have. You can also use reasoning to prove your points.
Explain why you think this way. Author Tags The first time you talk about the article, you should give the full name of the author and the title of the article in parenthesis: Author tags use the last name of the author and a verb.Cultivate a Love of Literature X.J.
Kennedy & Dana Gioia developed Literature: An Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, Drama, and Writing, 13/e with two major goals in mind: to introduce college students to the appreciation and experience of literature in its major forms and to develop the student’s ability to think critically and communicate effectively through writing.
Literature: An Introduction to Reading and Writing is founded on the principles of writing about literature. It is not an afterthought and it is not treated as a separate chapter or appendix; but rather, it is the carefully integrated philosophy of Professor Roberts’ approach to teaching literature .
English Language Arts Standards» Introduction» How to Read the Standards Print this page Overall Document Organization. The Standards comprise three main sections: a comprehensive K-5 section and two content area-specific sections for grades , one for ELA and one for history/social studies, science, and technical subjects.
1 - Introduction: Reading, Responding To, And Writing About Literature, 00 What Is Literature, and Why Do We Study It? 0 (r) Types of Literature: The Genres, 0 (r) Reading Literature and Responding . READING AND WRITING ABOUT LITERATURE Most of the time, readers are passive; they expect the text to give them everything was highlighted and annotated by a student in an Introduction to Literature the process of reading and responding to the text can help you to focus on a topic.
Jacques Derrida was one of the most well known twentieth century philosophers. He was also one of the most prolific.
Distancing himself from the various philosophical movements and traditions that preceded him on the French intellectual scene (phenomenology, existentialism, and structuralism), he.