Arguments and Evidence Title
Video 1 – Intro 1
Video 2 – ACR Testing 2
Assessment Question 1 – Should phones be banned in schools?
Video 3A – Building an Argument 1
Question: Evidence or Emotion?
Video 3B – Intro to Fallacies 1
Logical Fallacies Videos 4a-4e
Fallacy: Susie Gomez Post
Fallacy: Jennie Adams Post
Fallacy: Maurice Moore Post
Fallacy: Andrew French
Fallacy: Ina Johnston
Video 5 – Intro to Blogs 1
Blog 1 – The Beacon 5
Video 6 – Blog 1 – The Beacon
Blog 2 – Newsline
Video 7 – Blog 2 – Newsline
Blog 8 – Truth Report
Video 8 – Blog 3 – Truth Report
Assessment Question 4 – Which of the two examples shown is representative of an argument based on evidence?
Which post contains evidence for its claim?
Video 9a – Social Bad
Assessment Question 5 – Social media has arguably made the problem of incivility (being rude toward and dismissive of another person's ideas) worse. But is there something that social media has improved? If so, what is it?
Video 9b – Social good
Text Answer: Why should people go out of their way to read or listen to opinions they disagree with?
Video 9c – Conclusion
The following scenario was created as an exercise for this lesson. None of the characters or social media posts are real.
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