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Stating An Argument Using Prezi

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Dawn Roland

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Transcript of Stating An Argument Using Prezi

Making an Argument Using Prezi:
Teacher Model

Ima Student
Period 8
January 19, 2015
Claim: Using Cell Phones While Driving Should Be Outlawed.
Counterargument: Making it illegal to use cell phones while driving will increase government intrusion.
Rebuttal: With government involvement, the penalties enforced would reduce the use of cell phones while driving.
Concession: There are other driving distractions besides using cell phones while driving.
Emotional Appeals About Using Cell Phones While Driving
Logical Appeals About
Using Cell Phones While Driving

http://www.stoptextsstopwrecks.org/#home
Ethical Appeals About Using Cell Phones While Driving
Claim: Using Cell Phones While Driving Should Be Outlawed.
Claim: Using Cell Phones While Driving Should Be Outlawed.
("cellphone4")
Teacher Note: when citing an image, put the author's last name in ( ). If there is no author, put the name of the image in quotation marks ("image"). If there is no name, create one based on its content but do not put it in " ".
("Texting While Driving Caught On Tape (Today Show)")
Teacher Tip: for videos, type the name of the person who CREATED the video. If you don't know the name of the person who CREATED (NOT UPLOADED) the video, put the name of the video in (" ").
(Chester)
("Stop the texts, stop the wrecks")
Teacher Note: Put the editor, author, or compiler's name in ( ). If the person is unknown, put the name of the site instead - (" ").
Teacher model with citation notes
Only the first example of a new type of citation will be documented in this model; keep in mind that ALL of your images, articles, videos, and quotes will need to be cited below it and then a full entry is required on the Works Cited page.
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