ENGL 102 AMU Quiz 4 Final Quiz Effectiveness in Writing American Military university assistance is available at Domyclass
Quiz 4 – Final Quiz
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Question 1 of 10 3.0 Points
A ____________ is an underlying assumption or inference that the writer takes for granted. A. claim B. reason C. warrant D. qualifier
Question 2 of 10 3.0 Points
________ is support that relies on the credibility of the author. A. None of the choices B. Pathos C. Ethos D. Manipulation
Question 3 of 10 3.0 Points
Literally means “it does not follow” in Latin. A. Anecdote B. Rhetorical question C. Non sequitur D. Gerund
Question 4 of 10 3.0 Points
________ relies on the audience’s emotions and feelings. A. Ethos B. Kairos C. Logos D. Pathos
Question 5 of 10 3.0 Points
Which of the following fallacies literally means “after this therefore because of this” in Latin? A. Non Sequitur B. Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc C. Ad Hominem D. None of the above
Question 6 of 10
In a Toulmin argument, support is composed of the following: A. Evidence that a writer uses to prove the claim. B. Assumptions and inferences that the writer takes for granted. C. Additional evidence to defend the warrant. D. Help the author set limits on his/her assertions.
Question 7 of 10 3.0 Points
A strong Toulmin argument could contain all of the following BUT: A. Concessions B. Fallacy C. Claim D. Warrant
Question 8 of 10 3.0 Points
Which of the following might indicate a source on the internet is NOT reliable? A. The source contains statistics and information about the researchers who compiled them. B. The source has a URL that ends in .edu. C. The source has been cited in academic articles. D. There is no identification of the site’s creator.
Question 9 of 10 3.0 Points
The ________ argument attempts to persuade while stressing understanding and common ground. This method seeks to lessen the threatening aspect of the argument by emphasizing the value of the opposition’s side and motivations. A. Post hoc ergo propter hoc B. Critical C. Rogerian D. Toulmin-Based
Question 10 of 10 3.0 Points
The Rogerian argument will do all of the following, EXCEPT: A. Present the other side in a subjective way – using opinion. B. Assert an position. C. Describe the problem. D. Show understanding and value of opposing views.