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MCAT CARS Ch. 3

QuestionAnswer
Relation Keywords Keywords that require reading for organization.
Author Keywords Keywords that require reading for perspective.
Logic Keywords Keywords that require reading for reasoning.
Similarity Keywords Indicate that the following material continuesi n the same vein as the preceding material
Difference Keywords Signal a change in teh trajectory of the passage
Opposition Keywords Strong difference keywords that create a dichotomy, or divisions of entities into two categories
Sequence Keywords Suggest a series of events advancing in time. They may also be used to set up a contrast between two time periods.
Comparison Keywords Rank ideas relative to each other.
Positive And Negative Keywords Keywords that indicate whether an author likes, agrees with, or supports the topic: dislikes, disagrees with, or opposes the topic.
Extreme Keywords Keywords that enhance the charge of what the author is saying.
Moderating Keywords Permit the author to qualify a claim, or hedge.
Conclusion Keywords Signal what the author is trying to convince the audience to believe.
Evidence Keywords Describe the reasons why the audience should believe the author's claim.
Refutation Keywords Provide reasons for rejecting a conclusion.
Created by: SamB91