Argument:. What you don’t know already. Works Cited Page. Murphy, Barbara L & Estelle Rankin. 5 Steps to a 5 AP English Language . New York: McGraw-Hill, 2002. DEFINITION: forming a generalization from a set of specific examples.. EXAMPLE:
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Works Cited Page
Murphy, Barbara L & Estelle Rankin. 5 Steps to a 5 AP English Language. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2002.
DEFINITION: forming a generalization from a set of specific examples.
Margo has 17 stuffed teddy bears, 3 stuffed cows, 11 monkeys, 4 camels, and 6 stuffed elephants
Margo loves to collect stuffed animals
Reaching a probable conclusion based on given premises (a proposition that is proven or taken for granted).
All high school seniors at this high school must write a research paper.
Sean is a senior at this high school.
Sean must write a research paper.
You could also say, “Because Leonard is a lion, he is a cat.”
You are confident that most people would agree that all lions are cats and can feel confident about leaving out the premise
In this instance, you have suppressed one of the premises
BUT BE CAREFUL…
5. Know how you plan to developthe essay :personal anecdotespecific examplesstats and facts
Know how will you develop your evidence
Inductive or deductive technique?
How will you end your argument?
Idea of the future
Use this knowledge when writing, analyzing or developing arguments