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By Diana Hacker, Nancy Sommers

ISBN-10: 0312601433

ISBN-13: 9780312601430

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It should serve as an important signpost for readers. Make sure the wording of your topic sentence is precise and that you have enough evidence to support it in the paragraph. ) THE COMMENT: Your words? SIMILAR COMMENTS: Source? • Who’s talking here? ” the comment often signals that it is unclear whether you are using only your own words or are mixing in some words of your sources. graphic areas because ome a cacophony of s seek association with Your words? participation. Combating is now harder than ever.

Remember that details and examples don’t speak for themselves. You’ll need to show readers how evidence supports your claims. ) THE COMMENT: Consider opposing viewpoints SIMILAR COMMENTS: What about the other side? • Counterargument? UNDERSTANDING THE COMMENT When readers suggest that you “consider opposing viewpoints,” the comment often signals that you need to recognize and respond to possible objections to your argument. ostile work environment rchers Shepard and Clifton es using drug-testing ave lower productivity ve not adopted such Consider opposing view points STRATEGIES FOR REVISING • Read more to learn about the debates surrounding the topic.

Also, the chemistry instructor left to have a baby at the beginning of the semester, and most of the students don’t like the substitute. As for the furniture, many of the upright chairs have become recliners, and the desk legs are so unbalanced that they play seesaw on the floor. Sometimes the solution for a disunified paragraph is not as simple as deleting or moving material. Writers often wander into uncharted territory because they cannot think of enough evidence to support a topic sentence. Feeling that it is too soon to break into a new paragraph, they move on to new ideas for which they have not prepared the reader.

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