How to Write a Comparative Analysis |

... to write papers in which you compare and contrast two things: two texts, two
theories, ... you've observed—and make them cohere into a meaningful argument

How to Analyze Two Texts with Opposing Arguments - Video ...

Apr 17, 2017 ... In this lesson, we'll discuss how to analyze two texts that present opposing
arguments. We'll examine arguments based on varying evidence ...

Argument Tutorial #4: Opposing Positions - YouTube

Feb 23, 2014 ... This short video tutorial supports the "What Do You Think?" unit for English 8. In it
, students learn to develop opposing positions to their original ...

How to Analyze Two Texts Related by Theme or Topic - Video ...

Jan 30, 2015 ... Related Lessons; Related Courses. How to Analyze Two Texts with Opposing
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Learning to analyze and critically evaluate ideas, arguments, and ... arguments-and-points-of-view

Learning how to analyze and critically evaluate arguments thus helps them to ...
In organized class debates, ask students to argue for a point of view counter ... a
critic's ideas (or an everyday assumption) against a primary text or texts. ... Have
them research both major parties' point of view on this issue and critically analyze

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Developing Evidence-Based Arguments from Texts - ReadWriteThink html

Students then generate evidence-based arguments of texts using a variety of ...
on would be more argumentative, relying on analysis of examples from both ...

How to compare texts - Revision 1 - GCSE English Language - BBC ...

Learn how to analyse the purpose and context of non-fiction and fiction texts and
format a comparison response with ... For example, two newspaper articles could
use exaggeration to present completely different viewpoints of the same topic.

Synthesis Information

Because a synthesis is based on two or more sources, you will need to be
selective ... For example, your assignment may ask that you evaluate a text,
argue a .... then the main opposing argument, a refutation of the opposing
argument, and ...

Types of Papers: Argument/Argumentative

Diagrams for Citations · Formatting a References Page and Paper · Citation Style
· In-Text Citations ... For example: while a persuasive paper might claim that cities
need to adopt ... to adopt a balanced perspective and try to understand both
sides of a debate ... …address the opposing side's argument and refute their

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