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Making an Argument

How to prove your point when making a claim

claim whatever side you are on
cite evidence use direct quotes and info from text to back up your claim
appeal to emotion (pathos) pulls at heart strings (Think dog commercial)
appeal to ethics (ethos) Authority figure, doing the right thing.
appeal to logic (logos) based on facts and data
bandwagon doing something because everyone else is
testimonial using an expert, celebrity, or another figure to endorse a product
fallacy something that isn't true; can be proved otherwise
scapegoating blaming problems on someone or something else
Created by: adarlington1 on 2014-04-30

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