The Rebuttal Objection or challenge Should not be just pro or con shouldnt be

The rebuttal objection or challenge should not be

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The Rebuttal Objection, or challenge Should not be just pro or con, shouldn’t be illegal or legal What is the reason of the objection? Rebuttal How can you counter this objection? Where is the weakness in their claim? Can you locate any fallacies in their position? Use logic, not emotion to handle the counter Introduction Background and Landscape Segue into debate, problem, dilemma Thesis Reason Evidence Repeat (multiple times) Rebuttal Conclusion Annotated Bibliography 01/31/17
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Bibliographic info MLA format Author Title of article Title of journal Volume Date Page Number Type of Source What kind, be specific Audience Who is this piece written for, intended audience, be specific Summary Main arguments What is the point What topics are covered How would you describe it to someone Bias Is there one, directly or indirectly How does it affect the credibility Assess and Reflects Is it a useful source How does it compare to others Is the information reliable Is it biased or objective Was the source helpful to you? What is the goal of the source How does it shape your argument How can you see it in your project Has it changed how you think about the topic Mediation 02/09/17 Convincing Logos / logic Data facts stats Persuade Pathos, emotions Madiate Inquiry “Convince all sides of the emotion or visceral perspective” Start with inquiry, work toward positions, dialogue, analysis, synthesis, convince, case making, persuade, understanding difference, identify common ground, mediate Provides “Solutions” “consensus” “Options” “Equitable presentation” “Unbiased” A New truth Social constructionism Beliefs
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How people feel about something Forces that created that belief Does the reasoning rely on emotion Can the reasoning be challenged without challenging the belief system Concept What lies beneath the surface of this issue Is there an idea that is fundamental to all parties involved that is outside the reasoning Fear How have the feelings of these sides led to a deeper level of understanding Tale the conversation beyond the expected Not to be engaging the reasonings Want to filter out from the debate Teach us something new about what may motivate these beliefs and values Research the new concept, not your actual issue YOU ARE THE ANDERSON COOPER Structure on D2L Introduction Provide a dynamic, fitting tactic to begin the essay Provide a thorough yet concise overview of the topic to debate at hand Pay particularly close attention to the main points of contention in the debate State that a solution or compromise can be reached Not telling you what the solution is yet Makes you no longer a mediator Common Ground What do these contrary positions share Why it is a commonbond What basic elements or belief do they both agree with Why is this point so important
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