Argument and evidence demonstration of learning

Argument and evidence demonstration of learning

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Made of a school scene, real life example, and teaches about Argument and evidence.

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  • Today we are going to learn about argument and evidence! Here's an example!
  • How do you do that?
  • I cut myself when I fell! help!
  • Don't worry! the hospital we're taking you too is the best by far!
  • This is an example of an argument, or a claim. The firefighter claims that the hospital they are taking the child too is the best by far. We've identified the claim. Now do they have reasonable evidence?
  • That firefighter was right! This really is the best hospital! we have the best equipment, like that all new scale, the GX 6000! We also have very nice doctors, which can be seen in our comments and reviews!
  • The evidence the author gives to support the claim that they have the best hospital is that they have the all new scale to weigh people on and the nicest doctors! Is this evidence reasonable and sufficient?
  • Yes, this evidence is reasonable and sufficient. First, it is reasonable because they back it up with things like, " You can see it in our comments and reviews online." Which is physical evidence you can look at. Or, the scale, which is right in front of you. Again, physical evidence. It is sufficient because there are at least 2 solid pieces of evidence that can be proved to be right.
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