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Evaluating arguments


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1. Word cloud
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In a few words, can you tell me what is meant by 'evaluating arguments'? }
2. Slide
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RI.8.8: Evaluate author's arguments with evidence and reasoning.
Learning objective:
3. Slide
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Understand the argument’s main point/claim. Identify evidence that supports the argument. Examine the logic used to draw conclusions from the evidence.
Evaluating Arguments
4. Slide
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Argument: a set of claims, some presented as reasons, intended to demonstrate that a particular conclusion is true. Inference: a conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning. Evaluation: the process of making judgments about the worth, importance, or quality of something.
5. Open question
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Work together in pairs: What are three types of evidence that can be used to evaluate the validity of an argument?
6. Open question
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Work together in pairs: What is the difference between valid and sound arguments?
7. Poll
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What is the process of evaluating arguments called?
  • Reasoning
  • Debating
  • Analyzing
  • Interpreting
8. Poll
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What type of evidence can be used to evaluate an argument?
  • Facts
  • Opinions
  • Personal Experiences
  • All of the Above
9. Poll
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When evaluating an argument, what should you consider?
  • The Logic of the Argument
  • The Strength of the Evidence
  • The Credibility of the Speaker
  • All of the Above
10. Poll
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What is the goal of evaluating an argument?
  • To Strengthen the Argument
  • To Identify Weak Points
  • To Find Common Ground
  • To Prove a Point
11. Poll
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Which of the following is NOT a way to evaluate an argument?
  • Ignoring it
  • Comparing it to Other Arguments
  • Analyzing the Evidence
  • Cheering for it

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