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Question 5.Question :Argument in conversation is the same as argument in writing.Student Answer:TrueCORRECTFalseInstructor Explanation:Spontaneous argument in casual conversation isquite different from argument that is permanently documented in writing. You canfind more information regarding this concept in the 25-minute requiredmultimedia resource this week,Models of Non-fiction Writing: Presenting anArgument.
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Comments:Question 6.Question :A writer can appeal to ethos by:Points Received:0 of 1
Comments:Question 7.Question :The first sentence of the introduction paragraph must be a thesis statement.Instructor Explanation:Generally, the thesis statement is the last
sentence in the introduction paragraph. You can find more information onintroductions and thesis statements within theWriting Resourcessection ofthe Ashford Writing Center.Points Received:0 of 1Comments:Question 8.Question :A writer must consider the audience when developing an essay.Points Received:1 of 1
Comments:Question 9.Question :It is appropriate to make a claim based on one piece of evidence.Student Answer:AlwaysCORRECTSometimesINCORRECTNeverInstructor Explanation:Some evidence is full vetted, seminal, and
scholarly enough to support a claim. Other claims, however, need additionalsupporting evidence to be valid. A student must think critically about eachclaim to decide upon the amount and type of evidence required. You can find moreinformation regarding this idea in the 25-minute required multimedia resourcethis week,Evidence in Argument: Critical Thinking.Points Received:0 of 1Comments:

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