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05.03A Analyzing an Argument
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is 5.03 the graphic organizer where you have to analyze an argument between two people?
first you have to pick a topic then analyze an argument that's talking about that topic. my topic was "Are 'Trans Rights' and 'Gay Rights' Still Allies?" you can choose a topic from this website: http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate and all you have to do is answer the questions the graphic organizer is asking you
am going to fell this is my 6 time i did this
just look for a topic the read it carefully ok them just answer it take your time and focus
let me see if i can find some thing so i can help
ok thx u
umm can you send me some of the questions or some other information so i can help you more one it
New York Times Argument Analysis Graphic Organizer Discussion Topic: Web Address for the discussion: First Debater: Second Debater: Argument Title: Argument Title: What is the purpose of the argument? What is the purpose of the argument? What is the point of view of the argument? Who is the intended audience? What is the point of view of the argument? Who is the intended audience? What is the debater’s claim? What is the debater’s claim? What evidence is provided to support the claim? What evidence is provided to support the claim? Is a counterclaim presented? If so, how is it refuted or weakened? Is a counterclaim presented? If so, how is it refuted or weakened? How convincing is the argument presented by this debater? Use details from the reading to support your opinion. How convincing is the argument presented by this debater? Use details from the reading to support your opinion. Overall, which debater has a more successful or convincing argument? Use details from the readings to support your opinion. [ Close ]
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