02-23-10 - COMM 140P sec 2 Tuesday, February 23 Agenda...

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COMM 140P sec 2 Tuesday, February 23
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Agenda Check in Review Affirmative Case & Negative Strategies Negative Strategies, part II Basic Argumentation Units Activity Looking Ahead
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Review Debate Elements What are the necessary elements of the Affirmative Case? What are the required elements of the Affirmative Brief? Are case and brief different? What are the three Negative arguments that can be prepared ahead of time?
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Negative Strategies, part II Kritik (K) Standards Violation Alternative Impacts
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Basic Argument Unit First, human genome The entirety of a person’s hereditary information is encoded in DNA or RNA DNA is made up of nucleotides A nucleotide is made up of a sugar, a phosphate and a base An basic argument is made up of: Claim Data Warrant A complex argument is made up of basic arguments.
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Example of Complex Argument Advantage = Big Argument made up of Harms/ Significance + Solvency
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