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Week 4 DQ 2 Argumentative Strategies.docx

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Date Created: 11/13/15
Argumentative Strategies (graded) In presenting an argument, should a writer strive to be the final authority or a reasonable voice on an issue? Review Chapter 22 to understand the difference. Then, using your topic and one or more of  your sources, define and provide an example of an arguable claim as opposed to a personal  judgment. This section lists options that can be used to view responses. Collapse All    Print View    Show Options   Responses Responses are listed below in the following order: response, author and the date and time the  response is posted.  Sort byResponse   Sort byAuthor Sort byDate/Time* All: 1/25/2014 8:21:31 AM Professor Wright  We touched upon this last week.  Using your topic, post a sentence that is factual, and then post  a sentence that is emotional. RE:  1/26/2014 6:46:06 PM All: Samantha Lytle  Factual: Texting while driving causes people to become more distracted. Emotional: I do not believe in texting while driving because it caused my sister and my baby  nephew to get into a car accident.  RE:  All: Steven Wechsler  1/27/2014 6:12:29 PM Factual: Driving requires too much attention to be texting. Emotional: I would rather not allow my children to use their cell phone while driving Steven: 1/28/2014 2:28:27 PM Professor Wright  I would say your first sentence is opinion more than fact.  I can text while I drive; it does not  require too much attention. Yes, it is dangerous, but it can be done. RE:  1/29/2014 4:37:36 PM Steven: Steven Wechsler  How would Samantha's above mine be any different? We had the same topic, so I just  reworded mine.  How about this: Texting while driving requires to much of our focus to do both at the same time. 


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