or Debate…?<br />Presenting an Argument<br />by Arief Firdaus<br />
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Let alone…<br />X<br />
Opinions of Value, Policy & Fact<br />Value: (X is better than Y)<br />	states that one thing is better than another.<br /...
Expressing Opinions: These terms are used to introduce an opinion, either for or against: <br />I think……<br />I feel……..<...
Agreeing with an Opinion:<br />My view about this is positive.<br />I agree with this idea.<br />I agree completely with t...
Disagreeing with an Opinion:<br />I think this idea is impossible/impractical/bad.<br />I think this idea is possible, but...
The government should lower taxes…<br />
The government should raise taxes…<br />
practice time...<br />
nuclear war!<br />
destroyed<br />Hiroshima & Nagasaki, 1945<br />
Unusual wind pattern<br />.<br /><ul><li>the soil can be cultivated
not all animals died</li></li></ul><li>airport<br />
6 passengers only<br />.<br />.<br />one single trip<br />
Possible Survivors <br />
1. A man of religion (age unknown)<br />2. A female singer (30)<br />3. A policeman with a gun (age unknown)<br />4. A chi...
your mission<br />In groups, decide which six people must live. They are tasked to continue the civilization. Remember, th...
Good luck, folks<br />
remember<br />
Who is smarter?<br />The dolphin?<br />The trainer?<br />
“I agree with pak Arief. In presenting an argument, we  should always focus on the essence, not the inessentials. Dear  Br...
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These slides are useful to deliver a session on presenting basic argument. The first slides contain some theories and the last ones contain a case which must be discussed. There's no absolute answer to this topic, rather, it tries to allow participants' heated discussion by practicing the principles discussed in the previous slides.

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Arief Firdaus Presenting an Argument

  1. 1. or Debate…?<br />Presenting an Argument<br />by Arief Firdaus<br />
  2. 2.
  3. 3. ?????????????????????????????????????#@%^&***&%!!))_!?????<br />Blah…blah…blah…blah…<br />blah…blah…blah…blah…<br />blah…blah…blah…blah…<br />to confuse people systematically<br />X<br />
  4. 4. Let alone…<br />X<br />
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  8. 8. Opinions of Value, Policy & Fact<br />Value: (X is better than Y)<br /> states that one thing is better than another.<br />e.g. I think that dogs are better pets than dogs.<br />2. Policy: (X should do Y)<br /> states that the government or some type of authority such as your company or school administration should do something.<br />e.g. I feel that DKI administration should provide bicycle lane.<br />3. Fact: (X is/was/will be true)<br /> states that something is true, was true, or will become true.<br />e.g. The earth is getting warmer.<br />Math is more important than English.<br />The deserts of the world are getting larger.<br />This company should hire more women.<br />City life is better than country life.<br />Eating too much fast food will make you fat.<br />Students should not have to wear uniform.<br />Soccer is more exciting than basket ball.<br />
  9. 9. Expressing Opinions: These terms are used to introduce an opinion, either for or against: <br />I think……<br />I feel……..<br />I believe…….<br />As I see it……..<br />In my opinion…….<br />As far as I'm concerned……<br />My point of view is that…….<br />In my view……..<br />It seems to me that……..<br />I figure that…….<br />From my point of view…….<br />
  10. 10. Agreeing with an Opinion:<br />My view about this is positive.<br />I agree with this idea.<br />I agree completely with this idea.<br />I agree partially with this idea.<br />This idea is absolutely right.<br />This idea is partially right.<br />I couldn't agree more on this.<br />I think this idea is good.<br />
  11. 11. Disagreeing with an Opinion:<br />I think this idea is impossible/impractical/bad.<br />I think this idea is possible, but……<br />I think this idea cannot be implemented.<br />I don't agree with this idea.<br />I think it is a bad idea.<br />I'm not sure that I agree with this idea.<br />The project is feasible, but…….<br />
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  15. 15. The government should lower taxes…<br />
  16. 16. The government should raise taxes…<br />
  17. 17. practice time...<br />
  18. 18. nuclear war!<br />
  19. 19.
  20. 20. destroyed<br />Hiroshima & Nagasaki, 1945<br />
  21. 21. Unusual wind pattern<br />.<br /><ul><li>the soil can be cultivated
  22. 22. not all animals died</li></li></ul><li>airport<br />
  23. 23. 6 passengers only<br />.<br />.<br />one single trip<br />
  24. 24. Possible Survivors <br />
  25. 25. 1. A man of religion (age unknown)<br />2. A female singer (30)<br />3. A policeman with a gun (age unknown)<br />4. A chief of an African tribe (age unknown)<br />5. The chief’s pregnant wife (age unknown) <br />6. A judge (male, 41) <br />7. A university professor (female, 36) <br />8. A warrior from a nearby South pacific island with a spear <br /> (male, unknown) <br />9. An alcoholic agricultural scientist (female, age unknown)<br />10. A homosexual doctor (male, 46) <br />
  26. 26. your mission<br />In groups, decide which six people must live. They are tasked to continue the civilization. Remember, the pilot is the 7th person. He is a male but there’s no information about his age. <br />Consider the setting, what kind of people are needed in a particular condition, where there is no electricity and modern technology. Everything is similar to that of the early age of mankind. <br />
  27. 27. Good luck, folks<br />
  28. 28. remember<br />
  29. 29. Who is smarter?<br />The dolphin?<br />The trainer?<br />
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  31. 31. “I agree with pak Arief. In presenting an argument, we should always focus on the essence, not the inessentials. Dear Britzoners, keep that in mind.”<br />President BarackObama, July 2009<br />
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