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Elements of an Argument

Quiz by Brittany Griffin

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6 questions
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  • Q1
    This is the argument someone is trying to prove.
    refutation
    counterclaim
    evidence
    claim
    30s
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    Delete
  • Q2
    This supports the argument of the text.
    refutation
    counterclaim
    evidence
    claim
    30s
    Edit
    Delete
  • Q3
    This is the opposite side of the argument
    evidence
    claim
    refutation
    counterlclaim
    30s
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    Delete
  • Q4
    This shows how the opposing side of the argument is incorrect.
    refutation
    evidence
    claim
    counterclaim
    30s
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    Delete
  • Q5
    Why should a counterclaim be included in an argument?
    to strengthen your argument and show you are unbiased
    to support the claim
    to help prove the point
    to prove the claim wrong
    30s
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  • Q6
    Why do you need to include evidence?
    to clearly prove your claim
    to show the answer
    to make your argument longer
    so people will agree with you
    30s
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