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Evaluation of Evidence and Types of Evidence

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23 questions
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  • Q1
    Sufficiency means...
    enough
    limited
    too much
    evaluation
    30s
  • Q2
    Suasive means...
    a word that is attempting to persuade
    a word that is attempting to forget
    a word that is attempting to intimidate
    a word that is attempting to confuse
    30s
  • Q3
    Connotation of a word means...
    the opposite definition of a word
    the feeling of a word
    the dictionary definition of a word
    30s
  • Q4
    Denotation means
    the opposite meaning of a word
    the dictionary definition of a word
    the feeling of a word
    30s
  • Q5
    When we as rhetorical readers note the qualitative nature of evidence, what are we noticing?
    The author is using unreliable evidence.
    The author is using trustworthy sources.
    The author is using evidence that involves numbers.
    The author is using evidence that describes the characteristics of things.
    30s
  • Q6
    Quantitative evidence means the evidence involves...
    expert testimony
    numbers
    descriptions
    unreliable facts
    30s
  • Q7
    When an author uses suasive language in a piece of evidence, does it destroy the evidence's credibility completely?
    No
    Yes
    30s
  • Q8
    The more the suasive language a piece of evidence has, the _____ credibility it has.
    more
    less
    30s
  • Q9
    How can we begin to determine if a piece of evidence is appropriate for the audience of a piece?
    by highlighting subjects and verbs
    by dividing the text
    by looking at its qualitative or quantitative nature
    30s
  • Q10
    Author's purpose. Definition:
    what the author claims to be true
    what the author is trying to do or accomplish by writing the a piece
    what the author includes as evidence
    30s
  • Q11
    All of these are things that make a piece of evidence sufficient EXCEPT...
    names of researchers
    inaccuracies
    dates
    institution that conducted the research
    30s
  • Q12
    Evidence: The professor from UCSD claimed that, "Only a fool would ignore the fact that kelp forests help marine fauna thrive."
    FE
    SR
    CHB
    ET
    30s
  • Q13
    In 2013, sea otters help restore the kelp forests near Monterey Bay by consuming the sea urchins that were feasting on the kelp and obliterating entire ecosystems.
    H
    SR
    claim
    FE
    30s
  • Q14
    If more cold water shows up this year off the coast of San Diego, it may bring back otters that will in turn, begin to decrease the sea urchin population.
    FE
    claim
    H
    CHB
    30s
  • Q15
    Jeff Watanabe suspects it may also have helped drive the urchin boom. To him, the warm water weakened kelp, but failed to kill it.
    FE
    CHB
    ET
    claim
    30s

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