Practical argument: A text and anthology - Laurie G. Kirszner, Stephen R. Mandell 2019
An introduction to argument
The four pillars of argument
Reading and responding to arguments
Thinking and reading critically
Reading and responding to visual arguments
Writing a rhetorical analysis
Understanding logic and recognizing logical fallacies
Rogerian argument, toulmin logic, and oral arguments
Writing an argumentative essay
Planning, drafting, and revising an argumentative essay
Using sources to support your argument
Finding and evaluating sources
Summarizing, paraphrasing, quoting, and synthesizing sources
Documenting sources: MLA
Using sources responsibly
Strategies for argument
Strategies for Argument
Debates, casebooks, and classic arguments
DEBATE: Should we embrace self-driving cars?
Debate: Should college athletes be paid?
Debate: Under what circumstances do bystanders have an ethical obligation to intervene?
Debate: Should the United States Establish a Universal Basic Income?
Casebook: Should every american go to college?
Casebook: How should we solve the opioid problem?
Casebook: Should the United States have open borders?
Casebook: Does it pay to study the humanities?