Monday, May 12, 2014

Making counterclaims!

We've discussed what makes an argument strong, done some research on both sides of our debate question, and today spent some time working with classical rhetorical appeals (ethos, pathos, and logos).

Now, you're going to use those appeals to make counterclaims to your classmates arguments!

Your task is to write counterclaims for a brief argument on both sides of the debate question: "Should minors need to notify their parents to access sexual health services?"

Your counterclaims should include at least one of the rhetorical appeals we have been discussing.

Click on these links and follow the instructions to get started:

Making counterclaims for arguments in favor of parental notification

Making counterclaims arguments against parental notification

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