AP Seminar -- Day 1 - 10 PowerPoints
Terms in this set (25)
What do you do with quotes that have more than 4 lines?
Omit quotation marks, create a free-standing block by setting margins as 1 inch from left; maintain double-spacing, indent 1/4 inch if multiple paragraphs exist. Cite after closing punctuation mark.
What words should you never use when citing?
What are the four steps to determining if a cite is a hoax or is real?
Plan, predict, monitor and evaluate.
Putting the whole picture together and connecting the dots of the argument.
Where are short quotes located?
Embedded in the line.
What should be included in leading into a quote?
Name of author, signal content.
What are footnotes used for?
Write extra information on content.
RAVEN is used for what?
What does RAVEN stand for?
Ability to Observe
What is CRAAP used for?
What does CRAAP stand for?
.mil is used for what type of site?
OPTIC is used for what type of source?
OPTIC stands for?
Another name for a cause & effect essay?
With causal essays, what must you know / portray your self as?
The cause and effects. You must be clear and know your topic!
What do problem/solution essays do?
Describe a problem plus the effects of such and convinces reader a solution is needed. Writer explains solution proposal and argues that it's the best. Writer must explain cons but talk about how the benefits outweigh such.
What are the steps to the Toulmin Method
1.) Claim (answer)
2.) Data (citation)
3,) Warrant (explanation)
4.) Backing (connect data and warrant w/ global connections)
5.) Counter claim (state it and then prove it incorrect - rebuttal)
What is stasis theory?
Types of arguments
What are different arguments in stasis theory?
Argument of fact
Rogerian / Invitational arguments
What are Rogerian arguments?
Where you get people on common ground and then bring people in.
What is critical thinking?
Settling arguments with reasoning and eliminating bias
What does 'critical' mean?
What are the two steps to Critical Thinking?
2.) Evaluate (judge)
What are the steps of Critical Thinking?
1.) State basic issue
2.) State all pros
3.) Brainstorm all the cons
4.) Check yourself (is all based on fact and not opinion?)
5.) Evaluate - which side is strongest - why?