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In Effectiveness in Writing, readers will learn how to evaluate and write argumentative essays and continue to develop and strengthen knowledge of research and citation. Chapters include:
- Developing Strong Research Techniques;
- Constructing Credible Arguments, Reading Critically, and Writing Effectively;
- Negotiating the Opposition and Using the Toulmin Method of Argumentation;
- Using the Toulmin Method Continued, Creating Argumentative Claims, and Using Reliable Sources;
- Using the Rogerian Method of Argumentation;
- Using the Rogerian Method Continued; and
- Using the Middle Ground Method of Argumentation.
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Arts and Humanities | Rhetoric and Composition
Driver, Helen Beth; Gast, Natascha; and Lowman-Thomas, Susan, "Effectiveness in Writing" (2015). ePress Course Materials. 1.
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