Recognizing Arguments

Argument, Deductive reasoning, Inductive reasoning

Hi Sherry,
You discovered an interesting example from Obama. You have justified your points, providing supportive reasoning behind your thoughts. You were able to link theory with practical application and real-world settings. However, remember that in an inductive argument, you cannot guarantee the conclusion. A deductive argument follows the if “this” than “that” format, so it must be true. Please see my attached comments regarding 1 premise/conclusion issue, 1 strict/loose, and 3 in part IIa. I would suggest the following to improve the professional nature of your work: Please always include a proper title page. In the top half of the page, centered and double-spaced, include: title of the paper, your first and last name, course number and name, instructor name, and date of submission. Please review the rubric and comments, which have been made directly in your attached paper. Keep working hard. I look forward to your next assignment. Best,

Prof. Trojanowski
M1: Assignment 3
Assignment 3 Grading Criteria | Maximum Points| |
Identified and explained types and component parts of arguments displaying analysis and application of research.| 32| 30| Accurately created diagrams of arguments reflecting comprehension, analysis of information, and critical thinking.| 20| 17| Constructed original arguments demonstrating in-depth understanding of concepts.| 20| 16| Evaluated instances from contemporary media to identify arguments as representative of inductive or deductive reasoning.| 12| 12| Wrote in a clear, concise, and organized manner; demonstrated ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources; displayed accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.| 16| 15| Total:| 100| 90|

Recognizing Arguments
In this assignment, you will apply key concepts covered in the module readings. You will identify the component parts of arguments and differentiate between various types of arguments such as...
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