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Article Analysis

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Barathi Narayan

on 4 September 2013

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Transcript of Article Analysis

Article Analysis
Barathi Narayanasamy
Wu Xue Mei
Thania Gracesella Berlin
Loh Min Yu Stefhanie

CFS 11B
Outline
Introduction

Basic Skills
Proposition
Reasons
Examples
Counter Reason
Evidence
Logical Conclusion

Advanced Skills
Context
Expertise
Reputation
Neutrality
Assumption
Facts
Opinion
Overgeneralization
Causation & Correlation

Overall Conclusion


Introduction
Proposition
Statement believed to be true which is used as the foundation of the argument.
Reasons
Supporting statements for the conclusion
Reason 1
Reason 2
Examples
Illustrations of reasons
Example 1
Example 2
Example 3
Counter Reason
Opposing view
Evidence
Supports for reasoning
Logical Conclusion
Derivation drawn from analysis of reasons

Basic
Critical Thinking Skills

Context
Background information
Expertise
Knowledge and Accreditation
Reputation
Facts known about individuals pertaining to their profession
Neutrality
Without any bias
Assumption
A belief that is not explicitly stated
Facts
Information that can be proved
Opinion
Belief not based on evidence
Overgeneralization
A justification based on too small a sample
Advanced
Critical Thinking Skills

Overall Conclusion
Causation & Correlation
Direct link | Associated trends
Unrealistic proposition
Reliance on one expert's view
Strong statistics

Thank You
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