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The Definition Powerpoint: FAQ’s
Intro & Conclusion Same ideas, different “look” Ex: title slide = hook; slide #2 = orientation + thesis (challenge: how to make slide #2 not completely text-reliant) Thesis: same idea, same look For a situation to be considered abusive, something must be used improperly, where its rights are violated and it is harmed. Key qualities found in dogs, that humans value within themselves, must be present to define and characterize the animal called man’s best friend.
Criteria Must they evolve? Yes, in the sense of transition from one to the next. Yes, in the sense that they are intentionally ordered. Yes, in the sense that all three MUST be necessary, at each occurrence, for your topic to exist. No, in the sense of an evolving central idea that builds bit by bit.
Evidence What types are you going to use? Scholarly direct quotes (cited) Paraphrases of scholarly information (cited) Popular direct quotes (cited) Paraphrases of popular information (cited) Logical scenarios (as simplified illustrations of complex ideas) images
Particularly for Americans, this can get muddied, because, as a study from the Journal of Consumer Psychology demonstrates, much of American activities involving socio-activity are rooted in consumerism ( Chancellor p5).
Through the ability to be, as literary analyst Nicole L Urquhart says, "receptive to the facts of the natural world" (Urquhart p19), Septimus reflects on the freedom that comes with separation from society.
An outdoors camp is centered on aiding minors in their discovery of their identity According to an observational study conducted at Stanford, the program “attempts to mold the identity of adolescents who have been detained for minor felonies and misdemeanors” (Holyfield 343). In the process, the INDIVIDUAL is challenged and thus the deeper moral message is channeled
“Okay. So what?” Well, to understand why those three things are so important, it is necessary to talk a little about what universally motivates people.
Then…one character describes: They “reminded me of the people disintegrated at Hiroshima, leaving only their indelible shadows” (Moore 6.16). Post-Quote Analysis Index suggests shadows as artifacts of life that no longer exists = both art and love destroyed = no existence of life in the present = HOPELESSNESS (The quote acts as a Peircean interpretant, by recontextualizing the index [Dewey 88].)