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UNPLUGGING AT MEAL TIME

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Fade Prakasa

on 4 April 2014

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Transcript of UNPLUGGING AT MEAL TIME

ADVANCED PARTS !!!!
FONTS
CONCLUSION
I DONT KNOW
LETS FIND REASONS THAT SUPPORT???
Because!
Good reasons make good arguments! With reliable facts and sources of course
Whats Up with this Presentation ?
1. THE ARTICLE

2. WHATS THE ARTICLE IS TRYING
TO SAY ! ( CONCLUSION )

3. REASONS TO BACK IT UP AND SOME
EVIDENCE

4. Intermdiate Conclusions

5. Advanced Features (Divided into 8)

Fade Prakasa
Paula Etania
Samantha Yeo
Cindy Ramlan
UNPLUGGING AT MEAL TIME
Reason 1
Reason 2
Intermediate Conclusion
Hypothetical
or Suppositional Reasoning
A reasoning method often signalled by the use of the words "if and then".

Often Involves events that might have happened or future events if things had been different
SO DEM BORING
Evidence
Hidden Agendas ?
Behind the the "Unplug box" with
their $5 dining vouchers, their
real motive in doing so would
be to encourage people to simply
interact more by simply
interacting and in a way it is a
advertisement promotion cuz
of how simple it is to get a $5
dollar dining voucher
Reputation
What is Reputation?
Facts known
about individuals
or their jobs and reputation

Facts that relate to
an individuals professions or facts known about the individual
Reputation
Appeal to Popularity
Most individuals like to feel apart of the "crowd" thus stating numbers to show its popularity is a way to sway people
What is a correlation?
assumption that if to factors are found to be related or derived from one another, one has caused the other
Waiting for an urgent call, caused individuals to not give up there phone, and the desire to surf the net too.
Context

Background of where the activity originated from initially
Neutrality
No bias and nothing to gain
(Singh, 2014, para. 5)
What makes an argument?
Reason + Conclusion
= Argument
NOTE !!
Reasons
must
be persuasive!
or else it'll be an
EXPLANATION
References:
Singh,B.(2014,February 9).Unplugging at mealtime.Singapore: The Sunday Times. Retrieved from http://www.straitstimes.com
Cottrell,S.(2011).Critical thinking skills: Developing effective analysis and argument (2nd ed). UK:Palgrave Ltd.
(Singh, 2014, para. 12)
(Singh, 2014, para. 22)
(Singh, 2014, para. 9)
(Singh, 2014, para. 3)
(Singh, 2014, para. 8)
(Singh, 2014, para.10)
(Singh, 2014, para. 4)
Propositions
What is a conclusion?
Basis of an argument. Statements that are believed to be true
A conclusion is divided into two parts, the first being logical and the second a summary.
Its is usually a deduction of all reasons drawn from the arguement
ANY QUESTIONS?
feel free to ask !

(Singh, 2014)
(Singh, 2014)
(Cottrell, 2011, p. 41)
Intermediate Conclusion
Can have 2 purposes:
-Summative
-To serve as a reason
(Cottrell, 2011, p. 72)
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