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Let alone… X
Opinions of Value, Policy & Fact Value: (X is better than Y) 	states that one thing is better than another. e.g. I think that dogs are better pets than dogs. 2. Policy: (X should do Y) 	states that the government or some type of authority such as your company or school administration should do something. e.g. I feel that DKI administration should provide bicycle lane. 3. Fact: (X is/was/will be true) 	states that something is true, was true, or will become true. e.g. The earth is getting warmer. Math is more important than English. The deserts of the world are getting larger. This company should hire more women. City life is better than country life. Eating too much fast food will make you fat. Students should not have to wear uniform. Soccer is more exciting than basket ball.
Expressing Opinions: These terms are used to introduce an opinion, either for or against:  I think…… I feel…….. I believe……. As I see it…….. In my opinion……. As far as I'm concerned…… My point of view is that……. In my view…….. It seems to me that…….. I figure that……. From my point of view…….
Agreeing with an Opinion: My view about this is positive. I agree with this idea. I agree completely with this idea. I agree partially with this idea. This idea is absolutely right. This idea is partially right. I couldn't agree more on this. I think this idea is good.
Disagreeing with an Opinion: I think this idea is impossible/impractical/bad. I think this idea is possible, but…… I think this idea cannot be implemented. I don't agree with this idea. I think it is a bad idea. I'm not sure that I agree with this idea. The project is feasible, but…….
The government should lower taxes…
The government should raise taxes…
practice time...
nuclear war!
destroyed Hiroshima & Nagasaki, 1945
Unusual wind pattern . ,[object Object]
not all animals died,[object Object]
6 passengers only . . one single trip
Possible Survivors
1. A man of religion (age unknown) 2. A female singer (30) 3. A policeman with a gun (age unknown) 4. A chief of an African tribe (age unknown) 5. The chief’s pregnant wife (age unknown)  6. A judge (male, 41)  7. A university professor (female, 36)  8. A warrior from a nearby South pacific island with a spear  	(male, unknown)  9. An alcoholic agricultural scientist (female, age unknown) 10. A homosexual doctor (male, 46)
your mission 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.  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.
Good luck, folks
remember
Who is smarter? The dolphin? The trainer?
“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.” President BarackObama, July 2009

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Arief Firdaus Presenting an Argument

  • 1. or Debate…? Presenting an Argument by Arief Firdaus
  • 2.
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  • 8. Opinions of Value, Policy & Fact Value: (X is better than Y) states that one thing is better than another. e.g. I think that dogs are better pets than dogs. 2. Policy: (X should do Y) states that the government or some type of authority such as your company or school administration should do something. e.g. I feel that DKI administration should provide bicycle lane. 3. Fact: (X is/was/will be true) states that something is true, was true, or will become true. e.g. The earth is getting warmer. Math is more important than English. The deserts of the world are getting larger. This company should hire more women. City life is better than country life. Eating too much fast food will make you fat. Students should not have to wear uniform. Soccer is more exciting than basket ball.
  • 9. Expressing Opinions: These terms are used to introduce an opinion, either for or against: I think…… I feel…….. I believe……. As I see it…….. In my opinion……. As far as I'm concerned…… My point of view is that……. In my view…….. It seems to me that…….. I figure that……. From my point of view…….
  • 10. Agreeing with an Opinion: My view about this is positive. I agree with this idea. I agree completely with this idea. I agree partially with this idea. This idea is absolutely right. This idea is partially right. I couldn't agree more on this. I think this idea is good.
  • 11. Disagreeing with an Opinion: I think this idea is impossible/impractical/bad. I think this idea is possible, but…… I think this idea cannot be implemented. I don't agree with this idea. I think it is a bad idea. I'm not sure that I agree with this idea. The project is feasible, but…….
  • 12.
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  • 15. The government should lower taxes…
  • 16. The government should raise taxes…
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  • 20. destroyed Hiroshima & Nagasaki, 1945
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  • 23. 6 passengers only . . one single trip
  • 25. 1. A man of religion (age unknown) 2. A female singer (30) 3. A policeman with a gun (age unknown) 4. A chief of an African tribe (age unknown) 5. The chief’s pregnant wife (age unknown) 6. A judge (male, 41) 7. A university professor (female, 36) 8. A warrior from a nearby South pacific island with a spear (male, unknown) 9. An alcoholic agricultural scientist (female, age unknown) 10. A homosexual doctor (male, 46)
  • 26. your mission 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. 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.
  • 29. Who is smarter? The dolphin? The trainer?
  • 30.
  • 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.” President BarackObama, July 2009