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James A. Herrick Chapter 2ARGUMENTATION James A. Herrick Chapter 2
Claim A claim is statement the advocate believes or is in the process of evaluating.
REASON A reason is a statement advanced for the purpose of establishing a claim.
CONCLUSION A conclusion is a claim that has been reached by the process of reasoning.
CASE A case is a series of arguments, all advanced to support the same general contention or se of conclusions.
Structure of inferencesA structure of inferences is the relationships among the reasons and the conclusions in the argument.
Connectives Connectives are reasons that consist of beliefs, values, assumptions, or generalizations that link evidence to a conclusion.
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Communication for Managers Testing the Evidence What is the source of the evidence? Is the source valid and credible? Is the evidence accurate, current.
How valuable is Source A as evidence of How useful is Source A as evidence of Assess the value of Source A as evidence of How useful is Xs account (Source.
Writing Across the Curriculum DPS INITIATIVE.
complete in natural growth or development, as plant and animal forms fully developed in body or mind, as a person.
Clarke, R. J (2001) L951-08: 1 Critical Issues in Information Systems BUSS 951 Seminar 8 Arguments.
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Chapter 2 Critical Thinking and Effective Writing Skills for the Professional Accountant.
Purpose Reading Steps History. Step 1 Preview: Identify Author, titles, topics, sub- topics, and visuals. Think about the possible argument or information.
Today’s Quote Use soft words and hard arguments English Proverb.
What is science?. Science is a way of learning about the natural world. Scientists use skills such as observing, inferring, predicting, classifying, evaluating.
PENNSYLVANIA COMMON CORE STANDARDS 1.2 Reading Informational Text Students read, understand, and respond to informational text—with emphasis on comprehension,
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Introduction to Logical Thinking. Introduction to Logical Thinking Mrs. Lodato Your Information: Name Phone # Year in School Major What.
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1 Reasoning Chapter 8. 2 Forms of Proof Logos = Logical evidence Logos = Logical evidence Ethos = Ethics/Credibility Ethos = Ethics/Credibility Pathos.
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CHAPTER 9 THINKING CRITICALLY IN THIS CHAPTER YOU WILL LEARN: What it means to think critically, and why it is important What facts and opinions are, and.
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