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Paragraph Unity - Writing Tutorial, US History, Dr. Robert Scafe

http://explorehistory.ou.edu/ Evidence—the facts and quotations you extract from your sources—is the foundation of historical writing. Sometimes students imagine that…

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Thesis Statement - Writing Tutorials, US History, Dr. Robert Scafe

http://explorehistory.ou.edu/ Evidence—the facts and quotations you extract from your sources—is the foundation of historical writing. Sometimes students imagine that…

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Thesis Statement - Writing Tutorial, US History, Dr. Robert Scafe

http://explorehistory.ou.edu/ Evidence—the facts and quotations you extract from your sources—is the foundation of historical writing. Sometimes students imagine that…

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Reading and Note - Taking, US History Writing Tutorial, Dr. Robert Scafe

http://explorehistory.ou.edu/ The notes you take while reading are the first writing you do for your essay. Writers who annotate actively, responding to and asking questions of their sources, have…

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Bridge Sentences - Writing Tutorial, US History, Dr. Robert Scafe

http://explorehistory.ou.edu/ Evidence—the facts and quotations you extract from your sources—is the foundation of historical writing. Sometimes students imagine that…

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Paragraph Unity - Writing Tutorial, US History, Dr. Robert Scafe

http://explorehistory.ou.edu/ Evidence—the facts and quotations you extract from your sources—is the foundation of historical writing. Sometimes students imagine that…

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Research Introduction - Writing Tutorial, US History, Dr. Robert Scafe

http://explorehistory.ou.edu/ Evidence—the facts and quotations you extract from your sources—is the foundation of historical writing. Sometimes students imagine that…

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Working the Evidence, US History Writing Tutorial, Dr. Robert Scafe (v.1)

At every level of an academic essay—the sentence, the paragraph, the entire sequence of paragraphs—the development of your ideas has to be carefully orchestrated. Every part of your…

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The United States of America is a nation born in revolution, with a history marked by great moral tragedy and by great moral triumph. Understanding that history is essential, in no small part…

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The United States has a beautifully distinct history. Understanding the past and the unique experience and responsibilities of American citizenship are essential as educators move toward equipping…

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The United States has a beautifully distinct history. Understanding the past and the unique experience and responsibilities of American citizenship are essential as educators move toward equipping…

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The United States has a beautifully distinct history. Understanding the past and the unique experience and responsibilities of American citizenship are essential as educators move toward equipping…

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The United States has a beautifully distinct history. Understanding the past and the unique experience and responsibilities of American citizenship are essential as educators move toward equipping…

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Structure: Dividing up the Proof - Wesley's Roadmap

At every level of an academic essay—the sentence, the paragraph, the entire sequence of paragraphs—the development of your ideas has to be carefully orchestrated. Every part of your…

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