With this packet, students will practice identifying strong analysis and explaining what the author did that made the analysis strong.
Answers are as follows:
B is correct.
A is just an explanation
C is not really analyzing the evidence, just restating the reason.
D is not a plausible analysis based on the evidence given.
A is just restating the reason
B only focuses on Dan Gable's career and doesn't tie back to the idea that wrestlers need to be more dedicated
C is the correct answer
D is not a relevant analysis based on the evidence given.
A is not logical
B restates the reason
C restates the reason
D is correct because it actually takes into consideration the evidence and explains how it proves the claim in their own words
Teacher Salary Passage:
A doesn't make any sense at all
B is unsophisticatedly repeating the reason
C misunderstands the evidence
D is correct because it gives context for the argument
Students Getting Paid:
A is correct
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