← Building Arguments Test
5 Written Questions
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Other side to your position
- Fallacy that occurs when a speaker assert that some even must inevitably follow from another down a steep slope toward disaster
- Fallacy that introduces irrelevant information into an argument in an attempt to mask the real issue under discussion.
- Argument based on unsound reasoning or evidence
- Fallacy suggests that something is correct, good or true because many other people agree with it or are doing it.
4 True/False Questions
Logos → Refers to the rational proofs used to support arguments make in persuasive speech
Rebuttal → Refers to the credibility of the speaker including the competence, character, and goodwill
One-Sided Messages → To present multiple perspectives of the controversial issue
Ad Hominem → Fallacy that introduces irrelevant information into an argument in an attempt to mask the real issue under discussion.