27, January 2012
In the introduction to "They Say/ I Say": the moves that matter in Academic Writing Gerald Graff and Cathy Birkenstein provide templates, designed to help students. Specifically, Graff and Birkenstein argue that the types of writing templates they offer help in the conversation. As the authors themselves put it, "They Say/ I Say". Although some people believe that, Graff and Birkenstien insist that they help. In sum then, their view is that it can.
I have mixed feelings. In my view, the types of templates that the authors recommend can sometimes help. For instance, this is not to say that it helps. In addition, I agree that it can. Some might object of course on the grounds that it can help. Yet I would argue that templates can increase english literature. Overall, then, I believe the use of templates-an important point to make given thoughts.
Yet that doesn't mean that my views our the same as others. Many peoples mind are different, if all thought the same there would be no use of teaching sense there are no new knowledge. Many people take time to enable themselves to learn new ways of the literature. Some are faster and quicker learners. Yet it is the dedication of the learner to discipline themselves to learn
and accept new knowledge in them. Some my have difficulty learning a new subject, especially if they weren't raised by it. With the template scenario it gives many options for people to say in a conversation, allowing it to be an optional exercises. Allowing you minds be free of nervousness and stress.
To many others it depends on our life style if we can accumulate knowledge from college and learn a lot from "They Say/ I Say". But due to the fact that it does not come across our mind of how much intelligent scriptures that our universities, show us we forget to exercise our minds. We are mostly busy...
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