- The student identified a controversial issue and received approval from the instructor.
- The student used the four steps of an argument presented in Ch. 11 of Working in Groups. – State your claim 2. Support your claim 3. Provide reasons 4. Summarize your argument
- The student used the six steps of refuting an argument described in Ch. 11 of Working in Groups.
- 1. Listen to the argument 2. State the claim you oppose 3. Give an overview of your objections 4. Assess the evidence 5. Assess the reasoning 6. Summarize your response
- The student explained how the four-steps of an argument were used to present the supporting argument.
- The student explained how the six steps of refuting of an argument were used to present the supporting argument.
- The paper is 700- to 1,400-words in length.
- The introduction provides sufficient background on the topic and previews major points.
The conclusion is logical, flows, and reviews the major points.
- The paper—including the title page, reference page, tables, and any appendixes—is consistent with APA guidelines as directed by the facilitator. The paper is laid out with effective use of headings, font styles, and white space.
Rules of grammar, usage, and punctuation are followed; spelling is correct.
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