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How strong is a claim without evidence? Emphasize the importance of having support for your own assertions, as well as possessing a discerning eye when examining what others have to say. Your class members will be given a set of problems for which they are to find evidence, and then discuss the possible consequences that may arise from offering unfounded claims. This could also be a great lesson on the importance of including details and citing information in expository writing.
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