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2/12/2021Sophia :: Welcome1/13UNIT 3 — MILESTONE 3Score21/25You passed this Milestone21 questions were answered correctly.4 questions were answered incorrectly.1In his presentation to the new teachers at Hickman Middle School, Mr. Markus outlined the process of accessingthe online attendance system. “To use our online systems, you first need access to the school website. Next, youwill navigate your way around the website. Finally, you will become familiar with our attendance system.”Mr. Markus organized his speech using __________. topical reasoningcause and effectimportance patternstemporal organizationCONCEPTOrdering the Main Points 2__________ is NOT one of Cialdini's "Weapons of Influence."Excitement
2/12/2021Sophia :: Welcome2/13CommitmentScarcityAuthorityCONCEPTThe Psychology of Persuasion The Ethics of Persuasion 3A charity organization is trying to motivate people to give money to support its efforts to change environmentalpolicy.Select the argument that does NOT represent a logical fallacy.“The oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico proves that oil companies intend to pollute our oceans.”“We’ve been the first to publicize every major oil spill. Without us, nothing will change.”“Everyone has started donating to our charity to protect their children’s future, so it's the right thing todo.”“Without sufficient donations, we won't have enough money to pay all of our bills.”CONCEPTLogical Fallacies 4Janet has been working on the final research paper for her AP U.S. History course. She has finished her researchand cited sources, but needs to complete the conclusion.Janet wants her final words to inspire readers. She remembers a moving final passage from a paper her motherwrote when she was in high school. After getting permission to use the passage from her mother, Janet added itas the conclusion of her paper. Which statement about Janet’s work is accurate?
2/12/2021Sophia :: Welcome3/13Even though Janet’s teacher may not have access to the original source, this is plagiarism if Janet does notcite her mother. Janet asked her mother for permission first, so it is not plagiarism.Janet’s teacher could have seen the original essay and will certainly be able to tell that Janet didn’t write itherself. Since the passage was not taken from a scholarly text, including it is not plagiarism.CONCEPTAvoiding Plagiarism When Using the Internet Variations in Accuracy 5Andre knew that he needed to locate solid research to support his speech on the role of slavery in the lives ofearly U.S. presidents. He decided to travel to the Library of Congress to review original documents.