← Building Arguments Test
5 Written Questions
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- To give arguments in favor of the speakers position on the issue
- To present multiple perspectives of the controversial issue
- Fallacy that occurs when a speaker assert that some even must inevitably follow from another down a steep slope toward disaster
- Fallacy occurs with a speaker attacks the character of the person making an argument rather than the argument itself.
- Refers to the rational proofs used to support arguments make in persuasive speech
4 True/False Questions
Bandwagon → Refers to the rational proofs used to support arguments make in persuasive speech
Counterarguments → Fallacy suggests that something is correct, good or true because many other people agree with it or are doing it.
Pathos → Refers to the appeals to emotion of the audience including anger, fear, pity, envy, love, and pride.
False Dilemma → Fallacy that asserts that a complicated question has only two answers, when more actually exist.