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Causal – l8tersk8ter

I could use some help getting started professor. I know that my White Paper is probably not up to the standard that would allow you to provide good feedback, but I still wanted to make this post. I plan on … Continue reading

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Visual Rhetoric – l8tersk8ter

0:01 There is a person holding a scrapbook. There is a person wearing a blouse like shirt and the visible hand appears to be feminine so it is most likely a woman. She appears to be sitting on a couch … Continue reading

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Open Strong – l8tersk8ter

Opening #1 Requiring teens to participate in activities where they could potentially come out as losers will help boost their self-esteem. Adolescents, especially at the high school age, are a group of individuals vulnerable at the hands of their environment. … Continue reading

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Definition – l8tersk8ter

PROFESSOR NOTE: I was pretty blunt in my critique of l8tersk8ter’s Introduction, but it represents a very common fault I blame on high school writing classes. Don’t “ease into” your subject. Readers aren’t patient. They’ll find something else to do. … Continue reading

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Safer Saws – l8tersk8ter

Manufacturers – “When skin contacts the blade, the signal changes” The manufacturer of the SawStop explains the mechanism for the safety feature. This is a Causal Claim because they are saying the feeling of the skin causes the signal to … Continue reading

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White Paper – l8tersk8ter

Working Hypothesis 1 Requiring teenagers during their first year at a high school to be an active member of a competitive team or club will result in increased self-esteem of teenagers. Purposeful Summaries Team Sports Achievement and Self-Esteem Development Among … Continue reading

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Claims – l8tersk8ter

The phone never stops ringing. If it does for 14 seconds, Brannan writes an email to help get whatever someone needs or publishes a blog post about her own struggle. This is an evaluative claim. The author is saying the … Continue reading

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Stone Money – l8tersk8ter

Show Me the Money The monetary system of the people of Yap does seem crazy upon first glance, but when thought about is no crazier than the concept of our modern money. In Milton Friedman’s paper The Island of Stone … Continue reading

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