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Honors ENG101 Notes COMPUTER-TYPED

Lecture notes on various subjects in ENG101. Taken in the Fall of 2018.

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ENG101 Introduction and Exposition Notes (Honors ENG101)

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Computer-typed Honors ENG101 lecture notes on introduction and exposition. Includes definitions for both terms and why they're important.

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ENG101 Narration Notes (Honors ENG101)

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Computer-typed Honors ENG101 lecture notes on narration. Includes notes on narration itself, choice of detail, duration, clear sense of direction, and sequential development. Also includes a quick guide to punctuating titles.

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ENG101 Formal and Academic Tone Notes (Honors ENG101)

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Computer-typed Honors ENG101 lecture notes on formal/academic tone. Includes the basic elements, how to use the author's name, and a quick guide to avoiding personal pronouns.

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ENG101 Body Paragraph Notes (Honors ENG101)

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Computer-typed Honors ENG101 lecture notes on body paragraphs. Includes the key elements (and dos and don'ts) to writing a good body paragraph.

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ENG101 The Nature of Argument Notes (Honors ENG101)

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Computer-typed Honors ENG101 lecture notes on the nature of arguments. Includes the two Greek definitions of arguments, the two basic types of arguments, and explains the difference between an argument and an opinion.

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ENG101 Thesis Statement Notes (Honors ENG101)

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Computer-typed Honors ENG101 lecture notes on thesis statements. Includes the definition, characteristics, and functions of a well-written thesis statement.

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ENG101 Research Credibility Notes (Honors ENG101)

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Computer-typed Honors ENG101 lecture notes on research credibility. Includes the definitions for authorial credibility and research. Also includes how credibility is established for the professional vs the undergraduate/college student.

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ENG101 Critical Reading Notes (Honors ENG101)

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Computer-typed Honors ENG101 lecture notes on critical reading. Includes the definitions for critical reading, inference, synthesis, and exposition.

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