Task Generation Model: 7B. 7 Research Simulation Task – Analysis of ArgumentTask Generation Model: 7B. 7 Research Simulation Task – Analysis of Argument
Sample Texts for Grade 7: “Franklin D. Roosevelt Biography”, “Disney The American Presidents: Franklin D. Roosevelt”, “Biography: Franklin D. Roosevelt”
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Interpretation Under Ambiguity Peter Norvig University of California, Berkeley IntroductionInterpretation Under Ambiguity Peter Norvig University of California, Berkeley Introduction
We start with a standard strategy for interpretation, and show how problems relating to ambiguity can confound this strategy, leading us to a more complex strategy. We start with the simplest of strategies
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History 224: Russia Since 1861History 224: Russia Since 1861
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McCullen V. Coakley: Court Case Analysis Business EthicsMcCullen V. Coakley: Court Case Analysis Business Ethics
It was presented before the United States Supreme Court on January 26th 2014. The key arguments were based on whether the present law in Massachusetts was constitutional
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Brutus Act 3, scene 2, lines 13-61Brutus Act 3, scene 2, lines 13-61
Close Reading questions-Brutus v. Antony Speeches in Act 3, scene 2 of Julius Caesar
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Study Questions: An Exploration of Plato\Study Questions: An Exploration of Plato's Apology
Set of questions. Come to class with answers written down for discussion. Use complete sentences in your responses, and explain the "why" behind your thoughts. Tell us "why" you said what you did, don't just nod your head yes or no
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Separate but equalSeparate but equal
We cannot ring up the framers and ask them whether we are reading their words aright. [FN1]
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The Women, the Tomb, and the Climax of MarkThe Women, the Tomb, and the Climax of Mark
Jesus at this point. 2 But, if on text-critical grounds 16: 8 is widely accepted as the most likely original ending, this only highlights the difficult exegetical issue
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Are There Other Types of Analysis Questions on the Exam?Are There Other Types of Analysis Questions on the Exam?
You bet. Another analysis prompt you can expect on the exam asks the student to analyze the author's intended effect on the reader and how the author re-creates an experience. Still another type is comparison and contrast
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Human rights watch/asia hong kong human rights monitor june 1997 Vol. 9, No. 5 (C) hong kong prison conditions in 1997Human rights watch/asia hong kong human rights monitor june 1997 Vol. 9, No. 5 (C) hong kong prison conditions in 1997
A small but symbolic change, like the removal of the crown insignia from prison guards’ uniforms, it represents the end of British colonial rule and the beginning of Hong Kong’s administration as a Special Administrative Region (sar)
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U. S. Statutes at Large (78th Cong., 2nd Sess., p. 284-301)U. S. Statutes at Large (78th Cong., 2nd Sess., p. 284-301)
What was the advertisement below suggesting American consumers do with their products?
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