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HU1440: Module 2 The Toulmin Model and Visual Arguments

 

Discussion 2.1

 

Identify Claims in Visual Arguments

 


 

The purpose of this assessment is to identify the claim of a visual argument.

 


 

Refer to the following images and based on your understanding of the images, match each image with one

 

of the claim categories given below. Provide an appropriate rationale for your selection.

 


 

Image 1:

 


 

Source: Wood, N. V., & Miller, J. (2012). Perspectives on argument (Custom 7th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson

 

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HU1440: Module 2 The Toulmin Model and Visual Arguments

 

Discussion 2.1

 

Identify Claims in Visual Arguments

 


 

Image 2:

 


 

Source: Wood, N. V., & Miller, J. (2012). Perspectives on argument (Custom 7th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson

 

Custom.

 


 

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HU1440: Module 2 The Toulmin Model and Visual Arguments

 

Discussion 2.1

 

Identify Claims in Visual Arguments

 


 

Image 3:

 


 

Source: Wood, N. V., & Miller, J. (2012). Perspectives on argument (Custom 7th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson

 

Custom.

 


 

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HU1440: Module 2 The Toulmin Model and Visual Arguments

 

Discussion 2.1

 

Identify Claims in Visual Arguments

 


 

Image 4:

 


 

Source: Wood, N. V., & Miller, J. (2012). Perspectives on argument (Custom 7th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson

 

Custom.

 


 

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HU1440: Module 2 The Toulmin Model and Visual Arguments

 

Discussion 2.1

 

Identify Claims in Visual Arguments

 


 

Image 5:

 


 

Source: Wood, N. V., & Miller, J. (2012). Perspectives on argument (Custom 7th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson

 

Custom.

 


 

Claim categories:

 


 


 

This visual primarily establishes fact.

 

What is the fact? How convinced are you by this image?

 


 


 


 

This visual shows cause and effect.

 


 

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HU1440: Module 2 The Toulmin Model and Visual Arguments

 

Discussion 2.1

 

Identify Claims in Visual Arguments

 


 

What is the cause? What is the effect? Do you accept the cause?effect relationship depicted here?

 

Why or why not?

 


 


 

This visual is mainly about establishing value.

 

What is being evaluated? Is the value assigned to it positive or negative? Do you agree or disagree?

 

Why or why not?

 


 


 


 

This visual provides a possible solution for a problem.

 

What is the problem, and what is the solution?

 


 

Based on your responses, discuss which visual was easy to match with its correct claim category and which

 

visual was difficult to match with its correct claim category. Respond to two of your peers who you think

 

have matched the visuals with their claim category incorrectly and discuss why you think so.

 


 

Participation Requirements:

 

Respond to at least two of your classmates. When responding:

 


 


 

Provide complete, well-thought-out responses.

 


 


 


 

Ask questions, share experiences, challenge ideas, and help your peers expand their responses.

 


 


 


 

Your responses must show how you have learned more about a concept or a response from another

 

student. This can be done in a number of different ways. The following are examples of posts that

 

show learning and growth throughout the discussion:

 

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Share what resources you checked in an attempt to clarify your doubts regarding the topic.

 


 

o

 


 

Ask one to two new questions related to the discussion topic to your instructor or your

 

peers.

 


 

o

 


 

Share why you chose to comment on particular answers posted on the forum. Did you learn

 

anything new from the answers of your peers?

 


 

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Did you find any peer's answer contradictory to your understanding of the topic? What new

 

questions does it bring to your mind about the topic?

 


 

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Share one misconception that you had before you participated in this discussion forum.

 


 

HU1440: Module 2 The Toulmin Model and Visual Arguments

 

Discussion 2.1

 

Identify Claims in Visual Arguments

 


 

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What specific content idea you liked from the book helped you answer this discussion

 

question?

 


 

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Were there any other resources that explained the concept better than the book? How?

 


 

Note: One-sentence answers will not be sufficient. If your answer is ?I agree? or ?I disagree,? explain why

 

you agree or disagree. Remember that a discussion is an opportunity to interact with your fellow classmates

 

and to gain from sharing critical and analytical thinking. Observe discussion etiquette: Be respectful, kind,

 

and nonjudgmental of your classmates.

 


 

Evaluation Criteria:

 

The Discussion assessment will be evaluated using the following criteria:

 


 


 

Did you consider the five specified images for the discussion?

 


 


 


 

Did you identify the correct claim category for each image?

 


 


 


 

Did you discuss the visual you found easy to match with its correct claim category and the visual you

 

found difficult to match with its correct claim category?

 


 


 


 

Does the response use specific details and examples to support points?

 


 


 


 

Did your responses engage peers by moving beyond agreement?

 


 


 


 

Did your responses add new information to the discussion?

 


 


 


 

Did your thoughts flow coherently?

 


 

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