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(Solved) QUESTION 1 Argumentation and persuasion are two unrelated forms of communication. True False 1 points QUESTION 2 Types of Examples - A. Narratives -...


QUESTION 1

  1. Argumentation and persuasion are two unrelated forms of communication.

     True

     False

1 points   


QUESTION 2
  1. Types of Examples
             -           A.           B.           C.           D.           E.           F.       Narratives
             -           A.           B.           C.           D.           E.           F.       Descriptions
             -           A.           B.           C.           D.           E.           F.       Definitions
             -           A.           B.           C.           D.           E.           F.       Illustrations
             -           A.           B.           C.           D.           E.           F.       Specific Instances
             -           A.           B.           C.           D.           E.           F.       Hypothetical
    A. Explains a word or phrase
    B. Creates a mental image
    C. Examples that are based on true and accurate information
    D. Gives depth and detail to the example
    E. Detailing one particular occurrence to illustrate a general concept
    F. Personal accounts

6 points   


QUESTION 3
  1. Your instructor's first initial is
    A
    B
    C
    D

1 points   


QUESTION 4
  1. A piece of evidence that uses opinions or conclusions of others is
    Comparing and contrasting
    Testimony
    Examples
    Explanation

1 points   


QUESTION 5
  1. Read the following argument then answer the question. Argument: "This is an unsatisfactory place to live, because unemployment nationally is running at a lower rate than it is here. The U. S. Department of Labor announced an 8.5% national rate of unemployment while the State Employment Security Commission has said that the local unemployment rate is 11.5%." Question: "This is an unsatisfactory place to live" functions as
    grounds
    warrant
    backing
    claim

1 points   


QUESTION 6
  1. Read the following argument then answer the question. Argument: "This is an unsatisfactory place to live, because unemployment nationally is running at a lower rate than it is here. The U. S. Department of Labor announced an 8.5% national rate of unemployment while the State Employment Security Commission has said that the local unemployment rate is 11.5%." Question: "The State Employment Security Commission has said that the local unemployment rate is 11.5%" functions as
    grounds
    warrant
    backing
    claim

1 points   


QUESTION 7
  1. A person argues that after the sun sets, darkness will fall. This is a claim or proposition of what?
    Claim of policy
    Claim of fact
    Claim of fallacy
    Claim of value

1 points   


QUESTION 8
  1. The goal of argumentation is to
    study rhetorical theory.
    sell goods and services.
    change belief or behavior.
    get a candidate elected.

1 points   


QUESTION 9
  1. A person argues that Arizona's education system would be improved if there was an increase in the education budget. This is a claim or proposition of what?
    Claim of value
    Claim of fallacy
    Claim of fact
    Claim of policy

1 points   


QUESTION 10
  1. Toulmin Model
             -           A.           B.           C.           D.       Evidence
             -           A.           B.           C.           D.       Warrant
             -           A.           B.           C.           D.       Qualifier
             -           A.           B.           C.           D.       Claim or Proposition
    A. Data, facts, information
    B. Bridge of reasoning
    C. Language that limits the scope of your argument
    D. Disputable assertion that requires support

4 points   


QUESTION 11
  1. The legitimacy of the warrant is established by the ____________ in the argument.
    grounds
    backing
    claim
    rebuttal

1 points   


QUESTION 12
  1. The __________________ provides specific information about how the arguer reasons.
    claim
    grounds
    warrant
    backing

1 points   


QUESTION 13
  1. A piece of evidence that uses unrelated items or concepts to emphasize differences or similarities is
    Explanations
    Comparing and contrasting
    Examples
    Statistics

1 points   


QUESTION 14
  1. A person argues that it is wrong to burn the U.S. flag. This is a claim or proposition of what?
    Claim of policy
    Claim of fact
    Claim of fallacy
    Claim of value

1 points   


QUESTION 15
  1. Read the following argument then answer the question. Argument: "This is an unsatisfactory place to live, because unemployment nationally is running at a lower rate than it is here. The U. S. Department of Labor announced an 8.5% national rate of unemployment while the State Employment Security Commission has said that the local unemployment rate is 11.5%." Question: "The U. S. Department of Labor announced an 8.5% national rate of unemployment" functions as
    grounds
    warrant
    backing
    claim

1 points   


QUESTION 16
  1. Read the following argument then answer the question. Argument: "This is an unsatisfactory place to live, because unemployment nationally is running at a lower rate than it is here. The U. S. Department of Labor announced an 8.5% national rate of unemployment while the State Employment Security Commission has said that the local unemployment rate is 11.5%." Question: "Because unemployment nationally is running at a lower level than it is here" functions as
    grounds
    warrant
    backing
    claim

1 points   


QUESTION 17
  1. Ultimately, the arguer's goal in analyzing the proposition or claim is to
    determine how many arguments can be advanced.
    raise questions about the field in which arguments exist.
    suggest strategies for advocating or opposing the proposition or claim.
    determine the actual issues to be argued.

1 points   


QUESTION 18
  1. A piece of evidence that provides reasons or causes is
    Statistics
    Comparing and contrasting
    Explanation
    Examples

 


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