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Running head: CHECKPOINT PART 2: ARGUMENT CREDIBILITY PEER REV 1 CheckPoint Part 2: Argument Credibility Peer Rev Lori J. Babler COM205 September 9, 2011 Victor Smith
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CHECKPOINT PART 2: ARGUMENT CREDIBILITY PEER REV 2 CheckPoint Part 2: Argument Credibility Peer Rev o Do you think your classmate accurately identified the claims? Explain your answer. Yes, I feel that my classmate did an excellent job identifying all of the claims in this article. My classmate pointed out exact claims made by the author and the points that the article was intended to make. o Your classmate has compared the claims against his or her personal observations; how do the claims agree or conflict with your own personal observations? How are the observations made by you and your classmate the same or different? My own personal observations completely agree with my classmates. I have seen instances like what the author described many times in the past while my children were in school. The Educator is always made out to be the bad
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