Following an argument

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  • Created on: 20-04-15 21:23
Facts
Facts are definitely true
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Opinions
Opinions aren't true or untrue - they're just beliefs
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Generalisations
Sweeping statements that aren't necessarily true
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Counter-arguments
When a writer presents one point of view, then disagrees with it, showing why it's wrong
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Rhetoric
Writers use techniques to make language more persuasive and convincing
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Bias
An unbalanced view
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Card 2

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Opinions aren't true or untrue - they're just beliefs

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Opinions

Card 3

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Sweeping statements that aren't necessarily true

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Card 4

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When a writer presents one point of view, then disagrees with it, showing why it's wrong

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Card 5

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Writers use techniques to make language more persuasive and convincing

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