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Delineating Arguments

How to break down an argument

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Argue/Argument

Argue

: (verb) to present reasons for or against a

stated position

Argument

:(noun) a series of reasons that support

a stated

position

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What do you argue with your parents about?

What do you want from them?

Why do you think you deserve it?

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What do you argue with your parents about?

This is your ARGUMENT!

What do you want from them?

This is your CLAIM!

Why do you think you deserve it?

These are your

REASONS

!

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What do you argue with your parents about?FoodWhat do you want from them? I wanted junk food from the grocery storeWhy do you think you deserve it?It is delicious, cheap, and my friends have it

EXAMPLE

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Claim

Claim

: (verb) to state as fact, or to take a position

Claim

: (noun) a statement or position

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Reasons

Reasons

:

(noun)

information, quotes, and facts

that

back

up your position or claim

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Counterclaim

(noun) the statement in opposition to the author’s claim or opinion

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Refutation

(noun)

what is said to argue back against the counterclaim

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Support/Evidence

Support/Evidence

:

(noun

)

information and examples that back up your claim

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Explicit Evidence

(adj.) clearly and directly explained or told

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Infer/Inference

Infer

: (verb) to make an educated guess based on clues from the text

Inference

: (noun) your best educated guess at the true meaning of a text based on clues found within it

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Sufficient Evidence

(noun phrase) having enough data, facts, and information to be convincing

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Sound Reasoning

(noun phrase) the data, facts, and information used to support the argument make logical sense

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