Question 1: A Rhetorical Precise Frame (RPF) is a tool that allows one to organize one’s thoughts and ideas about what one has read. If you opt for the latter, please ensure you copy all the text from the blank one and fill in the material required. One significant caution is that you will see that point two on the RPF lists three spaces for the author’s supporting arguments. This is because I wanted to create a single page model. Certainly, Andersen’s article has many more than just three points of supporting evidence, so you will need to incorporate more than one into each box in section two if you use the downloadable RPF.
Question 2: Having read Kurt Andersen’s article and the FIRST CHAPTER of Carl Sagan’s book, do you see a connection between them? What is that connection, and how does it support a critical thinking course? Also, what is your impression of what you have read? Did you agree, disagree? Did the readings create any visceral response from you? If so, what was that response? AT LEAST 150 WORDS.
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