Argumentation and Debate
Remember that I will ask you to "ID" several of the following words. You will need to write out answers to questions about the, who, what, where, why, when, how, and the significance. Remember to write about the significance, you need to address the "so what" question.
I will also ask you to write out short or long essays and that means write an argument. You will need to evaluate a statement or make an argument about a fact or policy. When you are studying these words and phrases below, think about which ones are too big to be just IDs, as those are the most likely concepts I will ask essay questions about.
You will also need to spend some time studying your assigned current events topic and you should also spend some time reflecting on the class discussions, lecture and the websites I have shared in class.
Argument by analogy
Argument by example
Argument from sign
Excellence without excuse
Leader of opposition
Onion model of organizational culture
Organization is key
Proposition of fact
Proposition of policy
Proposition of value
Sender/Receiver model of communication c
Slippery slope fallacy
Systems analysis (Systems theory)