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Argument revisited, argument redefined

negotiating meaning in the composition classroom

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Published by Sage Publications in Thousand Oaks, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English language -- Rhetoric -- Study and teaching.,
  • Persuasion (Rhetoric) -- Study and teaching.,
  • Report writing -- Study and teaching.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Barbara Emmel, Paula Resch, and Deborah Tenney.
    ContributionsEmmel, Barbara., Resch, Paula., Tenney, Deborah.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPE1404 .A72 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxii, 230 p. :
    Number of Pages230
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL968001M
    ISBN 100761901841, 076190185X
    LC Control Number96004472

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[Barbara Emmel; Paula Resch; Deborah Tenney;] -- "In this edited volume, some of the today's leading composition scholars consider the ways in which argumentation as an approach to teaching writing remains valuable, despite the postmodern.

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The Toulmin model of argument and the teaching of composition. In E. Barbara, P. Resch, & D. Tenney (Eds.), Argument revisited: argument redefined: negotiating meaning the composition. In Table “GASCAP/T Strategies” we have adapted it, adding one more argument that is often used in today’s speeches and presentations: the argument by testimony.

This table presents each argument, provides a definition of the strategy and an example, and examines ways to evaluate each approach. Here we have adapted it, adding one argument that is often used in today’s speeches and presentations, the argument by testimony.

Table “GASCAP/T Strategies” presents each argument, provides a definition of the strategy and an example, and examines ways to evaluate each approach.

In B. Emmel, P. Resch, & D. Tenney (Eds.), Argument revisited: Argument redefined: Negotiating meaning the composition classroom (pp. 45–72). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. notes that a single strategy is sufficient to make an argument some of the time, but more common is an effort to combine two or more strategies to increase your powers of.

Here we have adapted it, adding one argument that is often used in today’s speeches and presentations, the argument by testimony. Table \(\PageIndex{3}\) presents each argument, provides a definition of the strategy and an example, and examines ways to evaluate each approach.

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Argument Revisited; Argument Redefined. But Bay goes on to explain that "while the definition of argument has changed, the process and procedures by which argument is taught remain the same" (). Part of the problem, says Bay, is that "argument as understanding is often no more than a retooling of argument as persuasion for the postmodern.

that Teaching the Argument in Writing (Fulkerson), the Fahnestock and Secor and the Gage essays in Argument Revisited; Argument Redefined (Emmel, Resch, and Tenney), and the Wilkerson, Lynch, Crowhurst, Govier, and Currie essays in Perspectives on Written Argument (Berrill) revise the central tenets of classical rhetoric or draw on the work of.

Teaching the Argument in Writing. Urbana: NCTE, —. “Composition at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century.” College Composi-tion and Communication (): Gage, John. Argument Revisited, Argument Redefined: Negotiating Meaning in the Composition Classroom.

Barbara Emmel, Paula Resch, and Debo-rah Tenney. Responding to skeptics within higher education and critics without, James Crosswhite argues powerfully that the core of a college education should be learning to write a reasoned argument.

A trained philosopher and director of a university-wide composition program, Crosswhite challenges his readers—teachers of writing and communication, philosophers, critical theorists, and .THE ONTOLOGICAL ARGUMENT REVISITED THE ontological argument has often been criticized on the grounds that it mistakenly supposes "exists" to be a pred- icate.

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Vol Issue 4, November ISSN: X (Print) Argument Structure and Disciplinary Perspective. James B. Freeman Pages OriginalPaper. Argument Revisited; Argument Redefined. Michael David Hazen Pages BookReview. Walton, Douglas (). Ad Hominem Arguments. John Woods Pages Volume .