INVENTING ARGUMENTS MAUK PDF

The basic layers of argument are introduced in early chapters, with material arranged into increasingly sophisticated topics beginning with the most obvious or explicit layers claims and moving to more implied or "hidden" layers assumptions, values, beliefs, ideology. By the time you finish Part 1, you will have a thorough understanding of argument, which you can then apply not just to the invention projects in Chapters but also to your writing for other college courses and beyond. About the Author: John Metz has a B. He has taught first-year writing for over 20 years and currently teaches at Kent State University at Geauga in Twinsburg, Ohio.

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The basic layers of argument are introduced in early chapters, with material arranged into increasingly sophisticated topics beginning with the most obvious or explicit layers claims and moving to more implied or "hidden" layers assumptions, values, beliefs, ideology. By the time you finish Part I, you will have a thorough understanding of argument, which you can then apply not just to the invention projects in Chapters 7?

About the Author John Mauk is the writing director at Northwestern Michigan College where he teaches first-year college composition and advanced rhetoric. John Metz has a B. He has taught first-year writing for over 20 years and currently teaches at Kent State University at Geauga.

Inventing Arguments. What is Argument? What is Academic Argument? What is Rhetoric? What is Invention? What is a Claim? Types of Claims. Characteristics of Claims. Assignment: Identifying and Describing Claims. Appeals to Logic. Appeals to Emotion. Appeals to Need. Appeals to Value. Reading: "Disconnected," Lynda Smith student. Assignment: Summarizing Arguments. Assignment: Identifying and Summarizing Opposition. Hidden Layers. Underlying Values. Arguments in Disguise.

The Objectivity Disguise. The Personal Taste Disguise. Assignment: Identifying and Summarizing Hidden Layers. Analyzing Argument. The Analytical Posture. Summary and Analysis. Summary vs. Four Common Pitfalls. Analyzing Visual Arguments. Assignment: Inventing a Rhetorical Analysis. Arguing Definitions. Not a Biological Necessity," Margaret Mead. Education," Justin James Student. Exploring for Topics. Inventing a Claim.

Inventing Support. Audience and Voice. Arguing Causes. Noguera and Antwi Akom. Noel Trapp Student. Arguing Value. Arguing Crisis. Arguing the Past. Arguing the Future. The Research Guide. Overview of Research. The Research Path. Conducting Primary Research. Conducting Secondary Research. Evaluating Sources. Integrating Sources. Documenting Sources. Sample Research Essays. Men and Women. Popular Culture. Philosophy and Humanity.

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