A Rhetorical Analysis Of Chapter 12

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Chapter 12 of they say/I say begins with an anecdote. The set up is a classroom discussion, stating that you make a comment, then other classmates continue the conversation, making no reference to your comment, going onwards in a new direction. This is showing how no actually cared about the other views in the class, only their own. This demonstrates how important it is to have disciplined moves and practices while entertaining a conversation, which then reflects on writing situations, mostly for identifying who/what you are replying to. The top two learnings in this chapter are “frame your comments as a response to something that has already been said” and “To change the subject, indicate explicitly that you are doing so.” The first learning
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