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Not everyone in the community will agree that using

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Not everyone in the community will agree that using its volunteers, raising funding, and spending time creating the lab are an essential need. There will be some that think funding and manhours could be spent somewhere else in the community that they will think is in dire need. They will really need to be convinced that this lab will indeed support the homeless and have a true potential for helping them and the community which need to be backed by great ideas an facts.
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5 Running Head: Unit 4 Assignment UNIT 4 ASSIGNMENT RUBRIC (50 points) Unit 4 Assignment Rubric (50 points) Points Possible Points Earned Content 45 Part I (10 points) Includes a persuasive thesis statement with a claim + reason Identifies the type of claim Part II (15 points) Describes how the appeals of logos, ethos, and pathos will be used Part III (20 points) Identifies the parts of the argument based on the Toulmin Model (claim, warrant, assumption, qualifiers, grounds, rebuttals) Describes how to overcome at least one logical fallacy Comments: Style and mechanics 5 The style is appropriate to the assignment, and sentences are engaging to read as well as clear, concise, and precise. Project is free of serious errors; grammar, punctuation, and spelling help to clarify the meaning by following accepted conventions of Standard English. Comments: Grade Total: / 50 Plagiarism is a violation of the Academic Integrity Policy . Assignments that are plagiarized will receive a “0.”
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