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Three Ways of Reading

On the Lines (comprehension)
Between the Lines (inference)
Beyond the Lines (significance)

Habit of Mind

Patterns of thought that lead them to question assumptions

Four Habits of Mind

Inquires, Observations, Asking Questions, and Examining Alternatives


Art of speaking and persuading "how we use words"

4 ways of Analyzing Text

Situation, Purpose, Claims, and Audience


What caused the writing


What is the writing trying to accomplish


What the writer says to be true


Who is the the writing addressed to

Three Types of Diction

Colloquial, Informal, Formal Language

Rhetorical Analysis

used by researchers to examine texts of public speeches as they occur in society with the aim of interpreting textual meaning. (interpretive approach)

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