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Chapter 6 How do I Prove My Argument Student Version

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CHAPTER 6 How Do I Prove My Argument?
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EVIDENCE Òയ Information taken from material of fact, or opinion, used to establish the probable truth of a claim.
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LIBRARY Òയ Three advantages to good old library resources… 1. Provide _____________ Background 2. _________________! 3. Credibility 4. ___________ to help you find information.
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TYPES OF EVIDENCE Òയ Books Òയ ______________ Òയ Government Documents Òയ Fact Books, Encyclopedias and Other Printed Resources Òയ ______________
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TYPES & TESTS OF EVIDENCE Òയ Evidence of ________: Information obtained from direct or indirect observation. Describes or reports what exists—events, objects, places, persons, or phenomena. Òയ Merely reports what is observed.
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EXAMPLES & ILLUSTRATIONS Òയ A report or description of events and phenomena that tells us what was observed in a given situation. QUESTIONS TO ASK… Òയ Source _____________ Òയ Data Accuracy
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STATISTICS Òയ Present _________________and information about people, events or phenomena in numerical format.
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