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Phil 001, D105 TA: Bridgette Savino Parnian Soroush (301070422) Assignment 5 A. Rationally persuasive- School uniforms lack to give students the freedom to be creative and unique. Creativity and uniqueness are essentials when trying to stand out for a university or a job. By allowing students the choice to wear clothing of their own style, students are given an outlet to express themselves by their personal character. A person’s choice of clothing portrays their style and grants them the opportunity to stand out from everyone else. Potentially persuasive- School uniforms have always been a symbol of unity and professionalism; however they lack to give students the freedom to be creative and unique. By not having students wear uniforms they are giving students an outlet to express themselves by their personal style. School uniforms are designed to encourage students to concentrate more on their school
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Unformatted text preview: work rather than how they look. In trying to get students to make their school work a priority by wearing uniforms they are taking away the one thing that their school work needs, uniqueness. -The second passage isn’t as focused on the main point as the first passage. It tends to give good point about both sides of the argument while trying to convince the reader to agree with one. The first one on the other hand, strictly focuses on all the positive points about its main topic of the argument to make sure to convince the reader to agree the same way. B. 1. Vancouver has moderate temperatures in the summertime. 2. Last year Vancouver had moderate temperatures. 3. This year Vancouver has both much higher and lower temperatures. 4. This year Vancouver’s summer will have both much higher and lower temperatures too....
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