CR Things to Remember
Last Modified: 2014-04-25
3. Intermediate conclusion - conclusion that acts as premise for final conclusion
4. Background info - sets context for argument, but not evidence
5. Counterpoint - goes against author's conclusion
2. Deconstruct the argument
3. State the goal
4. Work from wrong to right
2. Assumption based - understand assumptions used to make conclusion
3. Evidence based - lack conclusions, all premises; find something that you can infer from premises. i.e. what is a possible conclusion?
1. Bold statement is author's conclusion
2. Bold statement is a premise that supports the conclusion
3. Bold statement is something else
2. Answer traps - out of scope, reverse logic, or irrelevant distinctions/comparisons
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