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argument ppt - What is an argument? Is it a quarrel? How...

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What is an argument? Is it a quarrel? How will your ability to argue effectively help you succeed both in class and on the job?
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Argument: convincing others Argument is a process during which you explore an issue fully, considering different perspectives, assumptions, reasons, and evidence to reach your own informed position When you argue, your try to convince your audience to accept your claims regarding an issue using evidence and relying on warrants An argument paper, grounded on structured, logical evidence, attempts to convince the reader to accept an opinion, take some action, or do both
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Debatable issues List debatable current issues List at least three issues you have debated or read about Cite two issues about which you changed your position after extensive debate
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Claims: List claims that are Currently established Under debate Clearly an opinion
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How do you write an argument? Arguments don’t always involve conflicts, some simply support a previously
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2012 for the course ENG 1301 taught by Professor Martak.moore during the Spring '11 term at Collins.

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