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5 Matching questions

  1. Argumentation
  2. Burden of Proof
  3. Deductive Reasoning
  4. Refutation
  5. Issue
  1. a the process of answering an opposing argument
  2. b the obligation to provide sufficient evidence and arguments to support a claim
  3. c inquiry and advocacy
  4. d a vital, inherent question around which a debate focuses
  5. e reasoning from the general to the particular

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. is a generic term that indicates an error or weakness in an argument or though process
  2. the present system of belief or policies
  3. to establish truth or falsehood
  4. the side of a debate that advocates a change in present policies or beliefs
  5. an affirmative case that satisfactorily addresses the stock issues and on its face is sufficient to require a negative response

5 True/False questions

  1. Contentionthe formal statement of the topic to the debate


  2. Rebuttalthe second series of speeches in a debate when no new constructive arguments may be advanced


  3. Enthymemetruncated syllogism


  4. Syllogismthree statements that contain a major, a minor, and a conclusion statement


  5. Advocacylanguage strategies to justify our beliefs and action to others