Question;Argument Synthesis Assignment;Readings;Argument Essays and Ethos, Pathos, and Logos;Deciphering an Argument You're Reading;Differentiating Your Argument From Others;How to Write an Argument Outline and Essay;The Purdue OWL's site dedicated to writing a strong argument;essay can be found here.;Videos;How to Write a Strong;Thesis for your Argument Essay;Watch Video;Write a thesis statement for an argumentative essay--Lesson;2 of 7 (Common Core Standard W.6.1a);Duration: (5:05);User: learnzillionvideo - Added: 10/23/12;YouTube URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ep3OHQh7WdA;Always try to appeal to Ethos, Logos, and Pathos in your;argument.;Watch Video;Ethos, Pathos, Logos;Duration: (5:45);User: kristadawnprice - Added: 11/10/09;YouTube URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tAsxyffBqm0;Supplemental;A great site for researching both sides of a topic is ProCon.org.;Using a graphic organizer to keep your ideas and articles;organized is very helpful.;Read through the sample argument synthesis and if you scroll;down towards the end of the page, you will see an unacceptable argument;synthesis.Outline for Argument SynthesisAssignments submitted through this link will be checked using SafeAssign by Blackboard. Your work will not be used for any purpose other than preventing plagiarism in the University. Ownership of the intellectual property contained in your written work will not be transferred to any third party. Please submit your paper as a Word Document. If you have the 2010 version of Word, please save your paper in a previous version (Word 97-2003 document) as Safe Assign may not accept the most recent version.Submit your outline for your argument synthesis here.
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