Revising Your Outline for Logic
As you prepare to write your first discussion for this week, complete the following:
Before drafting your initial post, take time to reflect on the rhetorical situation and the appeal to logos in your paper. Have you given logic and reason enough emphasis? Are you concerned about fallacies in your work? Think about your argument, its claims, and the supporting evidence. Have you developed a logical argument supported by credible evidence?
Write (due Thursday, Day 3)
Utilize your outline to make a list of every claim and all supporting evidence for your argument thus far, keeping an eye on the appeal to logos. Each claim should be written by you in your own words and should introduce a part of your unique argument. Paraphrase orsummarize your supporting evidence and include a proper APA-style in-text citation. You may include multiple pieces of evidence for each claim.
Claim: Write your second claim in a complete sentence here.
Claim: Continue to write your claims in complete sentences.
In 200 to 300 words, compare your claims and evidence to the common fallacies described in â€œAn Introduction to Logic and Syllogisms.â€
End your post with any questions or concerns you have regarding the appeal to logos, the use of supporting evidence, the role of claims in an argument, or fallacies.
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