To develop a strong, tight argument that will change minds and convince others to accept their point of view, students need to be clear, thorough, and logical. This infographic leads students through an effective process for building a compelling argument.
I read a good article today on NPR’s All Tech Considered, Fake Or Real? How To Self-Check The News And Get The Facts. Except I figure people who aren’t schooled in figuring out the difference aren’t likely to be reading an NPR article. So I quickly put together this infographic based on the article and a... Read more ➞
[Infographic] Rhetological Fallacies - Rhetorical and Logical Fallacies: "A brain-blending categorisation and visualisation [sic] of errors and manipulations of rhetoric and logical thinking. How many do you use?"