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Please refer to this image to complete the following 5 questions

 

Question 1

The purpose of the visual is to

Question 2

The visual uses images and text to make a claim based on

Question 3

The title of the visual, “Stop the Catastrophe,” creates a sense of

Question 4

One can argue from a Christian perspective that humans are

Question 5

Critical readers of the visual would wonder if there is a connection between

Question 6

________ is a process of logic that seeks valid conclusions.

Question 7

APA and MLA formatting are not the same.

Question 8

The argument of the above visual is communicated through

Question 9

In this course, as long as it is evident that you are making an effort to document your sources properly, you are free to make an honest mistake without penalty.

Question 10

One can argue from a Christian perspective that humans are

Question 11

The Toulmin Model of argument includes claim, reason, and warrant.

Question 12

Materials you read but did not specifically refer to in your paper should not be included in your

Works Cited or References page.

Question 13

Argument is

Question 14

Students getting a degree in Religion should use which style of documentation?

Question 15

The title of the visual, “Stop the Catastrophe,” creates a sense of

Question 16

Sometimes, appeals to emotion are even more effective than logic in their effect on an audience.

Question 17

Writers’ handbooks, such as Prentice Hall Reference Guide, include information on MLA, APA, and CM (also know as Turabian formatting).

Question 18

Visual images can be read as texts conveying powerful arguments.

Question 19

The visual uses images and text to evoke readers’ feelings of

Question 21

A process of reasoning that presents reasons or proofs to support a position, belief, or conclusion is called___________.

Question 22

Entries in a References and/or Works Cited page must be written

Question 23

Which of the following is the correct way to write the title of your essay on the first page of the body of your paper?

Question 24

When you write dialogue or conversation, you need to write each person's speech in a separate paragraph.

Question 25

Long quotes, also called block quotes,

 

Question 1    2 out of 2 points

The argument of the above visual is communicated through

 Question 2    2 out of 2 points

The argument of the above visual is communicated through a comparison between

 Question 3    2 out of 2 points

The visual uses images and text to evoke readers’ feelings of

 Question 4    2 out of 2 points

One can argue from a Christian perspective that humans are

 Question 5    2 out of 2 points

The visual uses images and text to evoke readers’ feelings of

 Question 6    2 out of 2 points

The purpose of the visual is to

Question 7    2 out of 2 points

Informative, sincere argument is essential to the health of democracy and of societies around the world.

 Question 8    2 out of 2 points

A summary contains more details and appears in the same logical order as the source material.

 Question 9    2 out of 2 points

Deductions establish that a conclusion must be true because the premises are also true.

 Question 10    2 out of 2 points

You should cite not only sources that you quote, but also those that you summarize and paraphrase.

 Question 11    2 out of 2 points

A summary contains a concise restatement of the original source material.

 Question 12    2 out of 2 points

When you directly quote a whole sentence, you must start the quote with a capital letter.

 Question 13    2 out of 2 points

Visual images can be read as texts conveying powerful arguments.

 Question 14    2 out of 2 points

The argument of the above visual is communicated through

 Question 15    2 out of 2 points

_____ is a way of reasoning in which a general statement is reached on the basis of specific examples.

 Question 16    2 out of 2 points

Arguments are always intended to change what the opposing side thinks.

 Question 17    2 out of 2 points

Critical readers of the visual would wonder if there is a connection between

   Question 18    2 out of 2 points

A _____ is verifiable information.

 Question 19    2 out of 2 points

Both APA References page and MLA Works Cited page are

 Question 20    2 out of 2 points

If you use an encyclopedia article or a specialized dictionary entry in your essay, you are exempt from giving the full citation in your Works Cited or References entry.

 Question 21    2 out of 2 points

Margins for both APA and Turabian papers must be

 Question 22    2 out of 2 points

_____ is the connection, typically assumed and unstated, between a claim and the supporting reasons.

 Question 23   2 out of 2 points

Which of the following writing styles does not require an abstract?

 Question 24    2 out of 2 points

Entries in a References and/or Works Cited page must be written

 Question 25    2 out of 2 points

Some arguments are conducted solely to study a topic and increase knowledge and understanding of an issue.

 

Question 1 The visual uses images and text to make a claim based on

Question 2 The visual uses images and text to evoke readers’ feelings of

Question 3 The purpose of the visual is to

Question 4 The argument of the above visual is communicated through a comparison between

Question 5 The argument of the above visual is communicated through

Question 6 Students getting a degree in Psychology should use which style of documentation?

Question 7 Use quotation marks for words used in special ways, such as for irony and for expressions being cited as expressions rather than for their meaning.

Question 8 Which of the following can be used for evidence?

Question 9 A process of reasoning that presents reasons or proofs to support a position, belief, or conclusion is called___________.

Question 10 The visual uses images and text to evoke readers’ feelings of

Question 11 Argument is

Question 12 The argument of the above visual is communicated through

Question 13 Students getting a degree in Religion should use which style of documentation?

Question 14 Another term for claim is____________.

Question 15 Arguments are always intended to change what the opposing side thinks.

Question 16 The argument of the above visual is communicated through

Question 17 _____ is the connection, typically assumed and unstated, between a claim and the supporting reasons.

Question 18 When you write dialogue or conversation, you need to write each person's speech in a separate paragraph.

Question 19 The purpose of this visual is to

Question 20 The argument of the above visual is communicated through a comparison between

Question 21 APA and MLA formatting are not the same.

Question 22 Which of the following signal phrases is written properly?

Question 23 Writers’ handbooks, such as Prentice Hall Reference Guide, include information on MLA, APA, and CM (also know as Turabian formatting).

Question 24 Which of the following is not true about thesis statements?

Question 25 Sometimes, appeals to emotion are even more effective than logic in their effect on an audience.

In this course, as long as it is evident that you are making an effort to document your sources properly, you are free to make an honest mistake without penalty.

Which of the following is the correct way to write the title of your essay on the first page of the body of your paper?

Long quotes, also called block quotes,

 

Question 1 The title of the visual, “Stop the Catastrophe,” creates a sense of

Question 2 The purpose of the visual is to

Question 3 The argument of the above visual is communicated through

Question 4 The visual uses images and text to make a claim based on

Question 5 One can argue from a Christian perspective that humans are

Question 6 The argument of the above visual is communicated through

Question 7 An error of reasoning based on faulty use of evidence or incorrect reasoning from premises or assumptions is called_________.

Question 8 The reasons, support, and evidence offered to support a claim is called______________.

Question 9 If you use an encyclopedia article or a specialized dictionary entry in your essay, you re exempt from giving the full citation in your Works Cited or References entry.

Question 10 A summary contains a concise restatement of the original source material.

Question 11 Attention to detail and correctness in a Works Cited or References page is important because

Question 12 The argument of the above visual is communicated through a comparison between

Question 13 Empirical evidence is based upon

Question 14 Critical readers of the visual would wonder if there is a connection between

Question 15 When you use a direct quotation of a complete sentence, you must quote it verbatim.

Question 16 Argument is always about victors and vanquished.

Question 17 Which of the following is not true about thesis statements?

Question 18 A scholarly reading and analysis of a visual image must include

Question 19 Materials you read but did not specifically refer to in your paper should not be included in your Works Cited or References page.

Question 20 Which logical fallacy is best illustrated by the following scenario? An irate parent at the school board meeting to discuss uniforms points out that one of the members of the board was untidy and a bad example when he was in high school.

Question 21 The purpose of the visual is to

Question 22 Which of the following is a correct way to represent a quotation within a quotation:

Question 23 The purpose of this visual is to

Question 24 The purpose of some arguments is to

Question 25 ________ is a process of logic that seeks valid conclusions.

 

Question 1 Critical readers of the visual would wonder if there is a connection between

Question 2 The argument of the above visual is communicated through

Question 3 The argument of the above visual is communicated through

Question 4 One can argue from a Christian perspective that humans are

Question 5 The purpose of the visual is to

Question 6 An example of logos evidence is

Question 7 The argument of the above visual is communicated through

Question 8 Which logical fallacy is best illustrated by the following scenario? An irate parent at the school board meeting to discuss uniforms points out that one of the members of the board was untidy and a bad example when he was in high school.

Question 9 Sound argument must be rational, reflecting a process of logical thinking.

Question 10 When you write dialogue or conversation, you need to write each person's speech in a separate paragraph.

Question 11 A summary is using your own words to briefly restate the main ideas in a source.

Question 12 When you directly quote a whole sentence, you must start the quote with a capital letter.

Question 13 The visual uses images and text to evoke readers’ feelings of

Question 14 To insert the page number and other information at the top of the page, you should

Question 15 _____ are the materials used to prove a claim.

Question 16 The writer who carefully plans, writes multiple drafts, and edits a paper

Question 17 _____ is/are the major idea in an argument.

Question 18 The man with the ax in the visual is used to make a

Question 19 Effective argument can produce

Question 20 The argument of the above visual is communicated through a comparison between

Question 21 The argument of the above visual is communicated through

Question 22 Visual texts can contain denotative and connotative messages.

Question 23 When you use a direct quotation of a complete sentence, you must quote it verbatim.

Question 24 A _____ is verifiable information.

Question 25 Margins for both APA and Turabian papers must be

 

Question 1 The purpose of the visual is to

Question 2 The title of the visual, “Stop the Catastrophe,” creates a sense of

Question 3 The visual uses images and text to evoke readers’ feelings of

Question 4 The title of the visual, “Stop the Catastrophe,” creates a sense of

Question 5 The argument of the above visual is communicated through

Question 6 Plagiarism is

Question 7 Students getting a degree in Religion should use which style of documentation?

Question 8 The argument of the above visual is communicated through

Question 9 Argument is

Question 10 Visual images can be read as texts conveying powerful arguments.

Question 11 Ethos appeals to a reader's

Question 12 Which of the following signal phrases is written properly?

Question 13 The reasons, support, and evidence offered to support a claim is called______________.

Question 14 When you directly quote a whole sentence, you must start the quote with a capital letter.

Question 15 The visual uses images and text to evoke readers’ feelings of

Question 16 Writers’ handbooks, such as Prentice Hall Reference Guide, include information on MLA, APA, and CM (also know as Turabian formatting).

Question 17 ________ arguments appeal to a reader's emotions.

Question 18 Use quotation marks for words used in special ways, such as for irony and for expressions being cited as expressions rather than for their meaning.

Question 19 Which of the following is a correct way to represent a quotation within a quotation:

Question 20 You should cite not only sources that you quote, but also those that you summarize and paraphrase.

Question 21 ________ is a process of logic that seeks valid conclusions.

Question 22 The man with the ax in the visual is used to make a

Question 23 Warrants are

Question 24 Arguments are always intended to change what the opposing side thinks.

Question 25 The Toulmin Model of argument includes claim, reason, and warrant.

 

Question 1 The visual uses images and text to evoke readers’ feelings of

Question 2 Critical readers of the visual would wonder if there is a connection between

Question 3 The argument of the above visual is communicated through

Question 4 One can argue from a Christian perspective that humans are

Question 5 The purpose of the visual is to

Question 6 Which of the following is a correct way to represent a quotation within a quotation:

Question 7 When you directly quote a whole sentence, you must start the quote with a capital letter.

Question 8 You have to cite sources that you summarize.

Question 9 An example of logos evidence is

Question 10 If a quotation takes up five or more lines of your paper, you should treat it as a block quote.

Question 11 The argument of the above visual is communicated through

Question 12 The argument of the above visual is communicated through a comparison between

Question 13 Which logical fallacy is best illustrated by the following scenario? An irate parent at the school board meeting to discuss uniforms points out that one of the members of the board was untidy and a bad example when he was in high school.

Question 14 Arguments are based upon ideas that are open to debate.

Question 15 Turabian formatting uses footnotes.

Question 16 _____ are the materials used to prove a claim.

Question 17 Which logical fallacy is best illustrated by the following scenario? A letter to the editor published in the local newspaper says that either the school board must require a dress code or the schools will be overrun with juvenile gangs.

Question 18 The writer who carefully plans, writes multiple drafts, and edits a paper

Question 19 What type of reasoning are advertisers using when they parade several satisfied customers who claim the product has worked for them?

Question 20 The visual uses images and text to evoke readers’ feelings of

Question 21 Which logical fallacy is best illustrated by the following scenario? A friend reasons that he is wiser and more intelligent than you because he is older than you.

Question 22 Attention to detail and correctness in a Works Cited or References page is important because

Question 23 Summaries must be cited in the documentation format (MLA, APA, CM, etc.) you are using for your paper.

Question 24 The purpose of the visual is to

Question 25 Which of the following signal phrases is written properly?

 

Question 1 The title of the visual, “Stop the Catastrophe,” contributes to the ad’s

Question 2 The visual uses images and text to evoke readers’ feelings of

Question 3 One can argue from a Christian perspective that humans are

Question 4 The visual uses images and text to evoke readers’ feelings of

Question 5 The argument of the above visual is communicated through

Question 6 When you write your title on the first page of your paper,

Question 7 A scholarly reading and analysis of a visual image must include

Question 8 Judgments based upon beliefs, values, and culture are

Question 9 Turabian formatting uses footnotes.

Question 10 Critical readers of the visual would wonder if there is a connection between

Question 11 The argument of the above visual is communicated through

Question 12 Which of the following is not true about thesis statements?

Question 13 When you use a direct quotation of a complete sentence, you must quote it verbatim.

Question 14 Writers’ handbooks, such as Prentice Hall Reference Guide, include information on MLA, APA, and CM (also know as Turabian formatting).

Question 15 Toulmin Model arguments include: Selected Answer: issue, claim, warrants, and evidence Question 16 A _____ is verifiable information.

Question 17 Argument is always about victors and vanquished.

Question 18 One can argue from a Christian perspective that humans are

Question 19 The dreaded "P" word in college is __________?

Question 20 When you write dialogue or conversation, you need to write each person's speech in a separate paragraph.

Question 21 Ethos appeals to a reader's

Question 22 The writer who carefully plans, writes multiple drafts, and edits a paper

Question 23 _____ are the materials used to prove a claim.

Question 24 A carefully constructed argument includes the following appeal(s)

Question 25 Another term for claim is____________.

 

Question 1    2 out of 2 points

The argument of the above visual is communicated through

Question 2    2 out of 2 points

The argument of the above visual is communicated through a comparison between

Question 3    2 out of 2 points

The visual uses images and text to evoke readers’ feelings of

Question 4    2 out of 2 points

One can argue from a Christian perspective that humans are

Question 5    2 out of 2 points

The visual uses images and text to evoke readers’ feelings of

Question 6    2 out of 2 points

The purpose of the visual is to

Question 7    2 out of 2 points

Informative, sincere argument is essential to the health of democracy and of societies around the world.

Question 8    2 out of 2 points

A summary contains more details and appears in the same logical order as the source material.

Question 9    2 out of 2 points

Deductions establish that a conclusion must be true because the premises are also true.

Question 10    2 out of 2 points

You should cite not only sources that you quote, but also those that you summarize and paraphrase.

Question 11    2 out of 2 points

A summary contains a concise restatement of the original source material.

Question 12    2 out of 2 points

When you directly quote a whole sentence, you must start the quote with a capital letter.

Question 13    2 out of 2 points

Visual images can be read as texts conveying powerful arguments.

Question 14    2 out of 2 points

The argument of the above visual is communicated through

Question 15    2 out of 2 points

_____ is a way of reasoning in which a general statement is reached on the basis of specific examples.

Question 16    2 out of 2 points

Arguments are always intended to change what the opposing side thinks.

Question 17    2 out of 2 points

Critical readers of the visual would wonder if there is a connection between

Question 18    2 out of 2 points

A _____ is verifiable information.

Question 19    2 out of 2 points

Both APA References page and MLA Works Cited page are

Question 20    2 out of 2 points

If you use an encyclopedia article or a specialized dictionary entry in your essay, you are exempt from giving the full citation in your Works Cited or References entry.

Question 21    2 out of 2 points

Margins for both APA and Turabian papers must be

Question 22    2 out of 2 points

_____ is the connection, typically assumed and unstated, between a claim and the supporting reasons.

Question 23   2 out of 2 points

Which of the following writing styles does not require an abstract?

Question 24    2 out of 2 points

Entries in a References and/or Works Cited page must be written

Question 25    2 out of 2 points

Some arguments are conducted solely to study a topic and increase knowledge and understanding of an issue.

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