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Classification Essay

What it is and how Dealer Scams is one.
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Tommy Hall

on 1 March 2011

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Transcript of Classification Essay

Classification Essay 1. Sort things into useful categories. Be thourough, but not too many categories (dont talk about dogs if you topic is types of cats) 2. Make sure all the categories follow a single organizing principle. 3. Give examples that fit into each category. How is Dealer Scams a In a classification essay, a writer organizes, or sorts, things into categories. ? 1) Classification essays must have more than three categories (or else it would be a contrast and compare) and Dealer Scams contains a total of eight different categories in which a scam that a dealer might perform is described. 2) All classification essay must classify items upon the same principle, and in Dealer Scams all categories are a way that a Dealer can scam you. 3) Classification essays should not leave out obvious categories and Dealer Scams does not do that. For example it includes potentially the most obvious scam which is odometer tampering. 4) It is also important that categories do not overlap in classification essays and Edmonston ensures this in Dealer Scams as you never read the same thing twice. 5) Lastly, and most importantly, classification essays need to have a concrete point and Edmonston certainly does as he is proving that car dealers have many scams to take money from you.
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