anonymous
  • anonymous
A paragraph that effectively compares two editorials must include A.a description of why the author chose each editorial. B.the author’s opinion of the topic that the editorials discuss. C.several sentences that evaluate the counterclaims of each editorial. D.an evaluation of the argument of each editorial.
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I would say that D is the most valid solution but i suppose it depends... choice A is out because that does not refer to the editorials themselves. but then choice B could be possible since it is drawing comparisons to the author's thoughts.. C would be useful in comparing the differences in the arguments of the pieces. and D depends as well because you need to mention the contents of the editorials, so perhaps an evaluation is needed, but more thoughts should be included.. actually, i believe B would be more appropriate. sorry i am not 100% sure, but hope this helps somewhat! good luck!!:)
Jack1
  • Jack1
wouldn't D be an automatic part of answer A though...?
anonymous
  • anonymous
hmm good point @jack1 i am not sure... like i said, it really depends on how the teacher wants the reasoning because technically, if explained correctly, I suppose B,C,and D could work, but i'm really not too sure on this haha sort of tricky :P

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Jack1
  • Jack1
true ;)

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