Critical Thinking Assingment 5
Pick three different quotes from “The Case for Reparations” by Ta-Nehisi Coates (604-119).
- Write three abbreviated body paragraphs, using the PIE format: (Point, Illustration A, Illustration B and Explanation).
POINT: What is the problem presented by the quote? (1 sentence)
ILLUSTRATION A: Write how the author presents the quote-summary. (1-2 sentences)
ILLUSTRATION B: Insert the quotation with page number. (1-2 lines)
EXPLANATION: Why is the point or quote a problem? (1-2 sentences)
- In this PIE formula, do not write the words “I, you, us, we, and me.” These words are considered informal or non-academic. Instead use people, society, student, reader, person, or individual. Make sure that the PIE structure is typed, using the MLA format.
- Make sure you have a MLA format. If at this stage you don’t know what that is, click on the link on the syllabus or homework assignment to watch the video before writing the homework.
- Single space the homework.
- Your only font is Times New Roman,12.
- Make sure you have your last name and page number on the right side in the header.
- Make sure you have the standard MLA format on the left side top right of the paper with your name, my name, class name, and date: day first, month second, and year last: 21 February 2020.
- The title is Reflection 1, 2, 3 etc.
7 A. Make sure your point states what problem is presented in the quote.
B. Make sure your explanation says why the quote is a problem.
- Make sure to read the essay before writing to have clear points and explanations.
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