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Claim, Evidence, Warrant

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John Johansen

on 12 March 2014

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Transcript of Claim, Evidence, Warrant

X=What? (claim)
y=why? (evidence)

XY=warrant
Photo based on: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr
Claim
Evidence
Definition: A statement made by the writer/speaker about another's work or idea.
Claim, Evidence, and Warrant

Applying to reading and writing
A claim is....
a mini thesis
opinionated
should be working to prove the big thesis
logical
a specific statement


Definition: Data used to support the claim made about a work or idea.
Evidence is/has....
ample
specific to the text
has page numbers
directly quoted
Warrant
Definition: A interpretation of the data to show how the evidence supports the claim.
A warrant.....
explains how the data proves the claim
is an analysis of the claim and evidence
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