Final Review: Chapter 1
- Tarrant County College
- English: Comp & Writing
- English: Comp & Writing 1301
- Final Review: Chapter 1
Last Modified: 2014-08-04
- Public debate
single perspective argument
one-on-one everyday argument
- An Argument needs a central focus and issue that has not been settled.
an arguer person who is motivated to initiate the argument, take a position on the issue, to obtain and consider information, and to communicate a position to others.
and audience willing to listen capable of understanding, thinking, questioning, discussing, and answering.
common ground too much common ground=no argument no comment ground=no starting point for the argument.
a forum needed so people feel creative and know they will be heard.
audience outcomes produce change in the audience.
- No disagreement or reason to argue, risky or trivial issues, difficulty in establishing common ground.
standoffs or fights which result in negative outcomes.
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