But in science the credit goes to the man who convinces the world, not to the man to whom the idea first occurs – Sir Francis Darwin. Science News.
But in science the credit goes to the man who convinces the world, not to the man to whom the idea first occurs – Sir Francis Darwin
*** Use words and numerals with two numbers in series (five 4-point scales).
*** Use combinations of numerals and written numbers for large approximate sums (over 3 million people).
Each person will take turns explaining his/her question (or idea for a question) and what the main counterargument might be (if you know); Then you’ll solicit the questions that everyone in the group has.
What do you do first?
Word web? Outline? List?
When do you write your thesis? First? Last? What helps get you there?
One way to construct arguments:
1.) A problem or situation to be remedied
2.) A claim or thesis that says how to do this
3.) Give the background and establish how one might go about solving the problem
4.) Provide evidence to support your claim
5.) Discuss – weigh the pros and cons and how the pros ultimately outweigh the cons.