Bring<br />An outline<br />A typed copy of works cited or references you want to include in your essay<br />A dictionary<b...
Points to Remember<br />Clear call to action<br />Strong support <br />Avoid logical fallacies<br />Include a rebuttal – l...
Format<br />Double space<br />Use in text MLA or APA<br />Pen preferred, but pencil is okay<br />
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More Guidelines for in class Argument

  1. 1. Bring<br />An outline<br />A typed copy of works cited or references you want to include in your essay<br />A dictionary<br />
  2. 2. Points to Remember<br />Clear call to action<br />Strong support <br />Avoid logical fallacies<br />Include a rebuttal – look for weaknesses in opposing arguments<br />
  3. 3. Format<br />Double space<br />Use in text MLA or APA<br />Pen preferred, but pencil is okay<br />

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