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anonymous

  • one year ago

Which of the following should you ask yourself when analyzing supporting details? What kind of text is used—a list, a paragraph, a report, a memo? What is the source—personal experience, experiments, scholarly sources, or facts? Does the most important information appear first, or are details written in chronological order? Do the words have additional meaning that might point to the author’s viewpoint?

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  1. anonymous
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    D??

  2. GenTorr
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    sorry my comp froze

  3. GenTorr
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    When doing analyzing supporting details include facts, specific ideas, and the points of information. The meaning of words does not need to be included when analyzing supporting details.

  4. anonymous
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    C?? @GenTorr

  5. GenTorr
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    im not 100% sure but i would say so

  6. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    thanks

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