How to Organize an Argument

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This PowerPoint defines, clarifies, and provides some examples of the Classical Model of Argumentation. At first glance, the Latin labels might be intimidating (say them with a flick of the wrist as if they are Harry Potter spells, and they suddenly become less intimidating!), but trust me - it's a cinch. THIS POWERPOINT OFFERS NOTES (be sure to check them out!) regarding how to roll out the presentation in a way that prevents passive learning through rote note-taking. Students will be required to make predictions and think about what makes a strong argument. Great for Honors and AP high school students.
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How to Organize an Argument
How to Organize an Argument
How to Organize an Argument
How to Organize an Argument