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Defines the six concepts of the Toulmin Model

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    • Pam Alderman ENG 112 Toulmin’s Model Photo courtesy of Nic McPhee at: http://www.flickr.com/photos/nics_events/ / CC BY-SA 2.0
    • What is the Toulmin Model?
      • Stephen Toulmin
      • Six concepts for argument analysis
      “ Chapter 2”
    • Six Concepts of Toulmin
      • Data: proves a claim
      • Claim: thesis to be proven
      • Warrant: how or why claim
      • supported
    • Six Concepts of Toulmin Continued
      • Backing: additional reasoning
      • Qualifiers: phrases that justify
      • claim
      • Exceptions: when claim does
      • not apply
    • Use of Toulmin Model
      • To analyze argumentative genre
      • To plan argumentative genre
    • Resources
      • “ Chapter 2: Warranting Evidence in the Editing Process.”
      • Warranting Evidence. Wikispaces. 2011. Web. 25
      • July 2011.
      • McPhee, Nic. “Editing a Paper.” Flickr. Yahoo, 26 January
      • 2008. Web. 25 July 2011.
      • “ Techniques for Writing Arguments.” The Prentice Hall Guide
      • for College Writers. 9 th ed. Ed. Stephen Reid. Boston,
      • MA: Prentice Hall, 2011. 453.