Model of Argument


Please read Elizabeth Bishop’s “The Fish”


1. What pictures does a reader create while reading the work of literature?
2. Where in the literature does a reader create these pictures?
3. What characters or objects are symbolic (stand for other things)? For example, a rose may stand for love, and a thorn may stand for a painful aspect of love.
4. What do the images in the work of literature suggest to a reader?


Read Chapter 4 “The Essential Parts of an Argument: The Toulmin Model” (104-). Chapter 4 Objectives: After studying this chapter, you will be able to:  

Describe the difference between probable and certain outcomes in argument.Identify and describe the six parts of the Toulmin model of argument.Use the Toulmin model to analyze written and multimodal argument.

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