How to Organize an Argument

How to Organize an Argument
How to Organize an Argument
How to Organize an Argument
How to Organize an Argument
How to Organize an Argument
How to Organize an Argument
How to Organize an Argument
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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50 minutes
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