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Five Analytical Moves. The five systematic moves is an instrument that guides in analysis.Analysis
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Five Analytical Moves The five diagnostic moves is an instrument that guides in examination. Investigation – looking at an unpredictable entire by separating it into its segment parts. Why The Method works: It empowers you to search for important examples that will help you figure out what things are noteworthy. This strategy likewise consolidates mentioning objective facts and close perusing .

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Five Analytical Moves (cont.) Move #1: Suspend Judgment Suspending judgment is a forerunner to diagnostic considering. Instead of say "this article was exhausting," ask: what did I discover most intriguing about the paper? Abstain from reacting to the readings in like/abhorrence and concur/differ evaluative modes. Ask: why did I have this specific response?

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Five Analytical Moves (cont.) Move #2: Define Significant Parts and How They\'re Related Divide the subject into its principle parts. Consider how the principle parts are connected. How they are identified with each other. How they are identified with the subject all in all. Keep in mind: all expository written work focuses on detail . Consider: how do the primary parts add to the significance of the subject overall?

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Five Analytical Moves (cont.) Move #3: Look for Patterns of Repetition and Contrast (The Method) The Method is a strategy that helps you know which points of interest are critical. It is helpful to think about The Method as preparatory laying out that sets you up to do examination.

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Five Analytical Moves (cont.) Step #1: Locate correct redundancies List indistinguishable words or subtle elements and the quantity of times they show up in the content. Step #2: Locate redundancies of same/comparative sorts of points of interest/words (strands) Explain how the subtle elements/words are associated. Ask yourself: what do these points of interest as well as words have in like manner?

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Five Analytical Moves (cont.) Step #3: Locate double resistances Q. What is a paired restriction? A. points of interest and additionally words that are a piece of an oppositional combine Examples: right/wrong engage/impair objectivity/nonsensicalness Select the most essential pairs

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Five Analytical Moves (cont.) Step #4: List and Rank Two most vital correct reiterations Two most vital strands Two most vital parallels Step #5: Final Selection Choose one correct redundancy, one strand, or one twofold that you take to the most imperative. Clarify why you picked what you did.

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Five Analytical Moves (cont.) Why The Method works: Performing The Method permits you to invest more energy seeing critical subtle elements as opposed to attempting to make importance of what might be a troublesome subject.

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Five Analytical Moves (cont.) Move #4: Make the Implicit Explicit Making the verifiable (what is recommended however not specifically expressed) unequivocal (straightforwardly expressed) is an interpretive move, not just a perception. This move can be a troublesome one in the event that you are impervious to investigation and think as far as "shrouded signifying" or "finding for some hidden meaning." Meaning is not "concealed;" rather, making importance requires expository thought.

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Five Analytical Moves (cont.) Move #5: Keep Reformulating Questions and Explanations The diagnostic procedure requires that you make inquiries of your topic: Which subtle elements appear to be critical? Why? What does the detail mean? How do the points of interest fit together? What points of interest don\'t appear to fit? By what method may the subtle elements that don\'t fit be associated with an alternate example?

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The Method: Looking for Anomalies Q. What is an oddity? A. A peculiarity is something that appears to be strange or does not fit an example. Case: Why it works: Looking for inconsistencies can inspire you to consider other conceivable elucidations. It moves you far from restricted methods for considering.

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More Analytical Tools

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"10 on 1" Q. What is the "1"? A. The "1" is a delegate case or example taken from The Method technique. Q. What are the "10"? A. The "10" are: Observations about the "1" Interpretations about the "1" Ask yourself: what designs, reiterations, and so forth do I take note?

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"10" on "1" (cont.) Why "10 on 1" works: "10 on 1" permits you to be more particular . "10 on 1" helps you find the unpredictability of the subject you are managing. "10 on 1" deflects you from making speculations and just after your first claim about the subject

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