Colin O 'Neil's Essay An Annotated Student Introduction'

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After reading, "An annotated Student Introduction", I will certainly do some things Colin O'Neil did in his essay. In his introduction he first states an issue and the assumptions it holds. He then includes what other people have said about the issue to show that he understands what's going on. For this part of my essay I can first begin my introduction by talking about the issues of the three essays I read, and the assumptions they hold. Then I can show I understand what's going on by stating what others have said or thought about the issue. After the introduction I can start presenting the problems of the essays; "Grade Inflation Gone Wild", "Doesn't Anybody Get a C Anymore", and "Facing up to Failure". I'll then begin to add my argument

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