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Directions: Look at the white board Find your name and table assignment Pick up a small (personal) whiteboard and a dry erase marker from table in front of the white board. Get ready to look at the Promethean board for a review
Argument & Persuasion: Term Review Directions: 1.Read each item 2.Write your response on your white board 3.Keep it covered until asked to reveal 4.When asked, hold the board up high so that I can see your answers
Question 1 Writing or speaking that appeals to an audience’s sense of reason in order to develop a common understanding or to win agreement with a claim is A. Argument B. Persuasion
Question 2 As a class we will combine the appeals to reason and the appeals to emotion or values under a single term which is: A.Argument B.Persuasion
Question 3 Which of the following is not an element of an argument? A.Ambiguous conclusion B.Reasons/evidence C.Counter-claims D.Assertion
Question 4 How a writer/speaker coveys his/her expertise, credentials, or character is A.Emotional appeals B.Ethical appeals C.Logical appeals D.Unimportant
Question 5 Appeals that use facts, statistics, examples, opinions of experts, syllogism are: A.Emotional appeals B.Ethical appeals C.Logical appeals
Question 6 O’Brien is married to a convict, so her proposals for prison reform should not be taken seriously. This is an example of which logical fallacy: A.Hasty generalization B.Begging the Question C.Ad hominem D.Post hoc
Question 7 We can trust the president not to neglect the needy because he is a compassionate man. This is an example of which logical fallacy: A.Hasty generalization B.Begging the Question C.Ad hominem D.Post hoc
Question 8 The printer isn’t working, so I couldn’t complete the assignment. This is an example of which logical fallacy: A.No sequitur B.Begging the Question C.Either-or D.Post hoc
Thank you! Directions: One person from each table collect the boards and highlighters and return them Take out your notes from last week In your groups & using your notes, complete the handout about logical fallacies. Be prepared to defend your responses as we share out.
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