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Argument vcb

Types of argument

TermDefinition
Logos Logic
Warrant Explanation of low evidence supporting the claim Rule
Rhetoric The art of effective speaking or persuading
Pathos Use of emotion
Exigence What's going on in the real world that leads to author's argument An issue, problem, or situation that causes or prompts someone to write or speak
Audience Refers to the listeners of a speech or readers of an article "Who am I writing this for"
Ethos Ethics and credibitily
Evidence Sufficient, Relevant, or Irrelevant
Claim The thesis statement that arises from a question which then in turn rises from the examination or data
Counter Argument/ Counterclaim Acknowledging the opposite side of your argument Expresses the view of a person who disagrees with your position
Author's Purpose The reason an author writes (persuade,inform,entertain) What is the goal of the speaker
Created by: s942635