The authors state that the story of Dr. X illustrates an important lesson about writing. What is the lesson?
What do the authors mean when they use the phrase "larger conversation?"
What are some of the larger conversations going on about Katrina? About global warming? About the collapse of society?
According to the authors, what should every argument (oral or written) start with? Why might this be a good idea?
Do you think the authors of this chapter followed their own advice when they composed this chapter? Defend your answer.
Compose 7 sentences of your own using our paper topic, "Was Katrina a Modern Day Collapse", and one phrase from each of the Template Lists. If you want, you can even look through your rough draft and find sentences in there that you want to rework using these templates.
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