anonymous
  • anonymous
What is the starting point for an argument?
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Claim Counterclaim Evidence Interpretation
Jack_Prism
  • Jack_Prism
claim
anonymous
  • anonymous
What about this one @Jack_Prism

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Consider this claim: Students who do not have at least a 3.0 GPA should not be allowed to have after-school jobs because they need to spend more time studying. Use the 5-step process to write a counterclaim. Complete the following sentence: The claim states that … Cross out "The claim states that." What remains is your clearly stated position. Complete the following sentence: Some may disagree because … Cross out "Some may disagree because." What remains is your purpose for writing. Combine these two thoughts; this is your claim and your counterclaim.
Jack_Prism
  • Jack_Prism
Are you supposed to make something from this?
anonymous
  • anonymous
im suppose to do those things it lists
Jack_Prism
  • Jack_Prism
um well, states the claim which is Students who do not have at least a 3.0 GPA should not be allowed to have after-school jobs because they need to spend more time studying, then create and example that disproves it
Jack_Prism
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