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Arguing. How do writers convince others to listen to them?. Persuade. To try to convince someone. Alternative. A different choice. Reasoning. Thinking and good judgment. Stereotype. To say that all members of one group are the same. Bias.

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Arguing

Arguing

How do writers convince others to listen to them?


Persuade

Persuade

  • To try to convince someone


Alternative

Alternative

  • A different choice


Reasoning

Reasoning

  • Thinking and good judgment


Stereotype

Stereotype

  • To say that all members of one group are the same


Arguing

Bias

  • A tendency to favor one person, issue, or view over another


Generalize

Generalize

  • To make a guess based on a small amount of information


Simplify

Simplify

  • To reduce hard problems to easy answers


Inductive

Inductive

  • Reasoning that puts fact together to make a decision


Deductive

Deductive

  • Reasoning that begins with a general statement and looks for support


Fallacy

Fallacy

  • Something that is not true


Logical

Logical

  • Makes sense and is reasonable


Illogical

Illogical

  • Something that doesn’t make sense


Evade

Evade

  • To avoid


Testimonial

Testimonial

  • To speak in favor of something


Slogan

Slogan

  • A saying to sell something


Analogy

Analogy

  • A similarity between two different things


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