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Identify and Characterize Arguments<br /><ul><li>Explanation of Argument (Omar Babar)
Conclusion and Indicating Word (Bilal Tariq)
Reason with Example (Amal Asif)
Deductive Argument (Hamza Sohail)
Inductive Argument (Amna Masood)</li></li></ul><li>DEFINATIONS OF ARGUMENT<br />An argument is a set of one or more meanin...
EXAMPLE<br />Debate, with participants on both sides trying to win.<br />Courtroom argument, with lawyers pleading before ...
CONCLUSION<br /><ul><li>One or more conclusion and reason
CONCLUSION synonyms
REASONING
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  1. 1. Identify and Characterize Arguments<br /><ul><li>Explanation of Argument (Omar Babar)
  2. 2. Conclusion and Indicating Word (Bilal Tariq)
  3. 3. Reason with Example (Amal Asif)
  4. 4. Deductive Argument (Hamza Sohail)
  5. 5. Inductive Argument (Amna Masood)</li></li></ul><li>DEFINATIONS OF ARGUMENT<br />An argument is a set of one or more meaningful declarative sentences known as the reasons along with another meaningful declarative sentence known as the conclusion.<br />A course of reasoning aimed at demonstrating truth or falsehood of the statement by offering at least one reason in support to it.<br />
  6. 6. EXAMPLE<br />Debate, with participants on both sides trying to win.<br />Courtroom argument, with lawyers pleading before a judge and jury.<br />Single-perspective argument, with one person arguing to convince a mass audience.<br />One-on-one everyday argument, with one person trying to convince another.<br />Academic inquiry, with one or more people examining a complicated issue.<br />Negotiation, with two or more people working to reach consensus.<br />Internal argument, or working to convince yourself.<br />
  7. 7. CONCLUSION<br /><ul><li>One or more conclusion and reason
  8. 8. CONCLUSION synonyms
  9. 9. REASONING
  10. 10. Usage of INDICATOR words
  11. 11. Some INDICATOR Words:
  12. 12. Hence (proves that)
  13. 13. Since (on the grounds that)
  14. 14. Therefore (for all these reason we can see that)
  15. 15. Accordingly (demonstrates that)
  16. 16. Then (shows that)
  17. 17. Because (for the reason that)</li></li></ul><li>Example<br />Sincethe car is ugly but cheap, andwe are on a budget, we should therefore purchase it.<br />(Other Assumptions)<br />CONCLUSION<br />
  18. 18. REASONING<br />
  19. 19. DEDUCTIVE REASONING<br />
  20. 20. INDUCTIVE ARGUMENTS<br />Moving from specific facts to general conclusion.<br />Example<br />This ice is cold<br /> So, <br /> All ice is cold<br />Two types<br />Strong inductive reasoning<br />Weak inductive reasoning<br />
  21. 21. THANKYOU<br />
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