Steps for evaluating an argument

Steps for evaluating an argument

Choose an argument that you found online (you may utilize an argument from a video posted online, a blog, a news source, a political website, or any other resource that will allow you to satisfactorily meet the requirements of the assignment). You may also select from this week’s relevant recommended resources.

Once you have selected your source, you will then evaluate the argument being presented in the source in an essay of 400 words. In your evaluation:
Identify the issue, the premises, and conclusions of the argument.
Determine whether the argument is sound or unsound (deductive), valid or invalid (deductive), or strong or weak (inductive).
Explain why you have chosen to label it as sound or unsound, valid or invalid, and/or strong or weak.

Use the “Steps for evaluating an argument” template for assistance with structuring your evaluation; however, you should construct and submit your evaluation in an essay format. Do not merely turn in a bulleted outline.

http://www.upenn.edu/pennnews/news/penn-study-anti-smoking-ads-strong-arguments-not-flashy-editing-trigger-part-brain-changes-beha

Breakdotcomadops. (2012, Oct. 23). Adobe – ROI on Social Media SLAP [Video]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wh76-FE5kqM
This commercial presents students with a specific logical fallacy example. Transcript.
Madison, J. (2013, March 25). 15 year old girl leaves anti-gun politicians speechless [Video file]. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L_-N9_tnWBo
matthewApaw. (2011, March 2). Pencil commercial by James and Matty (logical fallacies) [Video file]. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dq7ccmut_Bk
This commercial demonstrates for students how fallacies are used in marketing. Transcript.

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