ENGL 101 ENGL101 Module 3 Test 1 (Liberty University)

ENGL 101 ENGL101 Module 3 Test 1 (Liberty University)


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ENGL 101 Module 3 Test 1

  1.     One central argument the writer makes is that
  2.     According to the writer, one good reason to own SUV is that
  3.    One rebuttal the writer offers is that
  4.    One rebuttal the writer offers is that
  5.     The writer says that “intelligent” people realize that SUVs offer protection against injury in collisions. Intelligent” implies that
  6.     _____ is a way of reasoning in which a general statement is reached on the basis of specific examples.
  7.     Argumentative essays must be rational, reflecting a process of logical thinking.
  8.     A _____ is an error of reasoning based on faulty use of evidence or incorrect reasoning from premises or assumptions.
  9.     Refutation is
  10.     _____ is/are the main idea in an argument.
  11.    _____ are the reasons, support, and evidence offered to support a claim.
  12.     The Toulmin Model of argument includes claim, reason, and warrant.
  13.     Honest and truthful argument, though difficult to achieve, is essential to the health of democracy and of nations around the world.
  14.    More than any other kind of writing, argument relies on
  15.    Visual literacy involves an ability to analyze simple and complex images in terms of their design and content.
  16.     Toulmin Model arguments include:
  17.     A carefully constructed argument includes
  18.    A _____ is information that can be taken as verifiable and is believed to have objective reality.
  19.    Visual texts can contain implicit and explicit messages.
  20.     Visual images can be read as texts conveying powerful cultural messages and arguments.
  21.     Arguments are based upon ideas that are open to dispute or debate.
  22.     Critical reading of a visual image must include analysis of
  23.     Which logical fallacy is best illustrated by the following scenario? You catch the flu a few weeks after receiving a flu vaccination, and you conclude that the vaccination must have given you the flu.
  24.     Empirical evidence is based upon
  25.     Facts are different from opinions.

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