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Reading Response #10

Alex Gerardo Gutierrez Commented [1]: I am not sure I am following the flow
of your thought. I think your claim section, especially
the reason, could be a little more clear. It seemed like
Text you just repeated what you wrote in your claim section
with the data, which made for a weaker section.
Greene, Stuart. Argument as Conservation. The Role of Inquiry in Writing a Researched
Argument . The Subject Is Research. Ed. Wendy Bishop and Pavel Zemliansky. Portsmouth, This response has earned a 2. 10/10 points. You have
earned 86/100 (B) points on this RR assignment. Nice!
NH: Boynton/Cook, 2001. 145-64. Print.

Summary
In the article, Argument as Conservation. The Role of Inquiry in Writing a Researched
Argument by Stuart Greene, she speaks of what arguments are about and how we use them in
the everyday use . Arguments usually problems, conflicts and questions that are important to
both parties. When entering a conversation it is important to keep up with the relevant problems
and with what other readers perspective is. Identifying the problem is a step to come in into the
conversation and starting by framing a good question. Entering the conversation with researched
questions and arguments.

Claim
The most important idea that is expressed is the idea of coming into a conversation ready to
participate with questions and arguement
Doing so by researching arguments and questions, being able to join the conversation
with ideas that will benefit the conversation. Commented [2]: This is an incomplete sentence.

Data

As a form of inquiry , then, writing begins with problems, conflicts, and questions that
you identify as important. (28)
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Connection
The audience can understand that arguments have a variety of ideas that go into having a
successful conversation. The most important idea that is expressed is the idea of coming into a
conversation ready to participate with questions and argument.
Doing so by researching arguments and questions, being able to join the conversation
with ideas that will benefit the conversation.Being so the author claims, As a form of inquiry ,
then, writing begins with problems, conflicts, and questions that you identify as important.
(28)Allowing the reader to understand what is important in having a conversation and that the
people involved should have researched arguments.

Vocabulary
1. Confronted ;meet (someone) face to face with hostile or argumentative intent..;
Therefore, it is important to find out who else has confronted these problems.
2. Skepticism : a skeptical attitude; doubt as to the truth of something.; The concept and
practice of research arises out of the specific social context of your readers questions and
skepticism
3. Insight ;the capacity to gain an accurate and deep intuitive understanding of a person or
thing.;Research which has directly examined particular classroom contexts for writing
has provided insight into their diversity.
4. Curriculum: the subjects comprising a course of study in a school or college; To what
extent have scores declined as a result of the curriculum?