Components of an Argument Activity

WK 2 – Assignment 2 Components of an Argument Activity

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Instructions Match each component with its statement.

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 QUESTION 1
1.
Match the component of an argument with its statement.

Thesis/Claim
1. Your essay should include reasons to support your claim/thesis and should also include reasons to refute the opponent’s counterargument.
2. What your essay is going to be about and it presents your position on the topic
3. Validating one or some of the reasons or objections made by the opponent.

12.50000 points
QUESTION 2
1.
Match the component of an argument with its statement.

Debatable Statement
1. Providing valid reasons to counter the opponent’s reservations or objections to prove they are incorrect.
2. Your essay should include reasons to support your claim/thesis and should also include reasons to refute the opponent’s counterargument.
3. Your thesis should be a statement about your research topic that others can agree or disagree with.

12.50000 points
QUESTION 3
1.
Match the component of an argument with its statement.

Evidence Statement
1. Validating one or some of the reasons or objections made by the opponent.
2. Your essay should make use of scholarly statements to support your reasons.
3. When you refute the opponent’s objections or criticism, provide solutions that the opponent can accept/embrace.

12.50000 points
QUESTION 4
1.
Match the component of an argument with its statement.

Reasons Statement
1. The objection or reservation that your opponents have about your topic.
2. Providing valid reasons to counter the opponent’s reservations or objections to prove they are incorrect.
3. Your essay should include reasons to support your claim/thesis and should also include reasons to refute the opponent’s counterargument.

12.50000 points
QUESTION 5
1.
Match the component of an argument with its statement.

Counterargument Statement
1. The objection or reservation that your opponents have about your topic.
2. Validating one or some of the reasons or objections made by the opponent.
3. Your essay should make use of scholarly statements to support your reasons.

12.50000 points
QUESTION 6
1.
Match the component of an argument with its statement.

Acknowledgement of Counterargument
1. Validating one or some of the reasons or objections made by the opponent.
2. Your thesis should be a statement about your research topic that others can agree or disagree with.
3. Your essay should include reasons to support your claim/thesis and should also include reasons to refute the opponent’s counterargument.

12.50000 points
QUESTION 7
1.
Match the component of an argument with its statement.

Refuting the Counterargument
1. What your essay is going to be about and it presents your position on the topic.

2. Your essay should make use of scholarly statements to support your reasons.
3. Providing valid reasons to counter the opponent’s reservations or objections to prove they are incorrect.

12.50000 points
QUESTION 8
1.
Match the component of an argument with its statement.

Providing Alternative Solutions
1. When you refute the opponent’s objections or criticism, provide solutions that the opponent can accept/embrace.

2. Your thesis should be a statement about your research topic that others can agree or disagree with.
3. What your essay is going to be about and it presents your position on the topic.

12.50000 points

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