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Advanced Composition 
Writing the Good Example 
January 25, 2001

The list of tips from the students in last week's class includes: using good examples and providing supporting evidence. 

I couldn't agree more. But how can we be sure we are writing the good example, the one that is vivid and memorable and believable to our readers?

Class Discussion:

What, in conversation with other people, do we find easiest to remember? What parts of stories do we like the best?

Before we believe something is true, what should we evaluate?

Practice Writing the Good Example:

Write a short, no more than 50 word example that is vivid.

Write a short, no more than 50 word example that is supporting evidence for a general point.

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