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Eng102 Quiz#1 Review

Eng102 Quiz #1 Review

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Research - Definition - Purpose - Definition: research means both investigating existing knowledge that is stored on computers and in libraries and creating new knowledge through original analysis, surveys, experiments, and theorizing. - Purpose: Research teaches (1) methods of discovery (2) investigative skills (3) critical thinking (4) logic (5) the basic ingredients of argument
Critical Thinking/Critical Reasoning - Critical Thinking Ability to analyze and evaluate your own ideas and those of others - learn to distinguish fact from opinion - support your opinions with evidence - evaluate the strength of your evidence - Critical Reasoning a process of thinking through a problem, asking questions, or explaining. Has 4 major characteristics: (1) Reaches logical or reasonable conclusions supported by evidence (2) Questions assumptions and tries to see differing outlook
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MLA: Know how to prepare in-text and works cited citations (blank) (blank)
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From Research worksheet: -Database - Internet - World Wide Web - Website (blank) (blank)
3rd Person writing (blank) (blank)
Why do you need to know about your audience before you write? (blank) (blank)
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Created by: Kirsten_capp