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Deconstruct the Essays Deconstruct the Essays

After reading the essays, go back After reading the essays, go back
and mark the following: and mark the following:

1. Draw a star on top of the 1. Draw a star on top of the


sentence that includes the sentence that includes the
writers claim. writers claim.
2. Underline the writers 2. Underline the writers
reasons that she believes her reasons that she believes her
claim is true. claim is true.
3. Highlight or use a colored 3. Highlight or use a colored
pencil to underline everything pencil to underline everything
that should be considered that should be considered
evidence. evidence.
4. Circle any sentences that 4. Circle any sentences that
include the opponents include the opponents
counterclaim. counterclaim.
5. Draw a rectangle around any 5. Draw a rectangle around any
transitional words or transitional words or
phrases. phrases.
6. Write either Ethos, Pathos or 6. Write either Ethos, Pathos or
Logos where the author is Logos where the author is
developing one or all of these developing one or all of these
persuasive elements in a persuasive elements in a
paragraph. paragraph.

Deconstruct the Essays Deconstruct the Essays


After reading the essays, go back After reading the essays, go back
and mark the following: and mark the following:

1. Draw a star on top of the 1. Draw a star on top of the


sentence that includes the sentence that includes the
writers claim. writers claim.
2. Underline the writers 2. Underline the writers
reasons that she believes her reasons that she believes her
claim is true. claim is true.
3. Highlight or use a colored 3. Highlight or use a colored
pencil to underline everything pencil to underline everything
that should be considered that should be considered
evidence. evidence.
4. Circle any sentences that 4. Circle any sentences that
include the opponents include the opponents
counterclaim. counterclaim.
5. Draw a rectangle around any 5. Draw a rectangle around any
transitional words or transitional words or
phrases. phrases.
6. Write either Ethos, Pathos or 6. Write either Ethos, Pathos or
Logos where the author is Logos where the author is
developing one or all of these developing one or all of these
persuasive elements in a persuasive elements in a
paragraph. paragraph.