write about “types of arguments”, Deductive and Inductive reasoning
Step One: Review the graphic organizer and rubric, located on the course main page
Step Two: Begin writing your draft version. Whether you prefer to start with an outline, free-writing, or a concept map is up to you, but keep in mind that a rough outline and a guide for writing section II of the essay (Elements of Thought) have been provided for you. Your completed PER 201 Essay Draft must be written in essay format.
Step Three: Use the GMC Online Campus tutoring through Smarthinking (link is located on main page) if you need assistance writing your essay!
Step Four: Submit your draft version.
Note: The PER 201 Essay Draft should have a Turnitin Similarity Index of less than 20%. If your Turnitin Similarity Index is greater than 20%, you will be required to review and update your essay by paraphrasing the passages and/or properly quoting the source(s). Be sure to avoid lengthy quotations. You may re-submit your paper to Turnitin when your Similarity Index is less than 20%. Note, submitting a paper (or parts of a paper) you used in another course is not allowed!
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Discipline: Critical Thinking
If you have not yet started on Week 5 Discussion, you must start so to get your thoughts flowing to write your essay rough draft. Week 5 Discussion Forum – Induction and Deduction
For your essay rough draft, your are to find 3 articles with either Deductive or Inductive arguments to write about. Remember, “Inferences” are arguments, which was your week 4 discussion post assignment. You are now going to write about “types of arguments”, Deductive and Inductive reasoning, an example of 2 types of arguments as we discussed during class earlier today.