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Little Fixin ’, Big Idea. Inference and Argument. Imply v. Infer. To imply is to suggest or hint. To infer is to conclude or deduce. IN. LIE. Great, so I have an inference. Now what do I do with it?. An inference becomes an argument!. An argument is a claim supported by evidence!.

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Little fixin big idea

Little Fixin’, Big Idea

Inference and Argument

Imply v infer
Imply v. Infer

To imply is to suggest or hint

To infer is to conclude or deduce



An argument is a claim supported by evidence
An argument is a claim supported by evidence!

  • How do I know if I’m making a claim?

    • Someone can disagree with you!

  • The topic sentence of a good paragraph is a claim

  • The analysis of quotes provides evidence

Not JUST a series of contradictions

You need evidence!

Rules for in text citation
Rules for In-Text Citation


  • (Author #).

  • Literature stays in the present tense

  • Quotes are like weird cousins – you’re better off introducing and explaining them

Remember you can quote a book without quoting a character
REMEMBER!! You can quote a book without quoting a character.

  • The mystery of Boo Radley’s home evoked an anxious curiosity of Maycomb’s children. Even after touching the house, Jem “ran back past [Scout and Dill], not waiting to see if his foray was successful” (Lee 15). Jem’s decision to touch the Radley house is laden with fear.

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