this activity is about creating valid or invalid arguments

This activity is about creating valid or invalid arguments. Come up with two different kinds of arguments of your own from the six kinds of arguments we’ve covered in class (modus ponens, modus tollens, the fallacy of affirming the consequent, the fallacy of denying the antecedent, disjunctive syllogism, and the fallacy of affirming a dijunct). Label each argument so students can see which kinds of arguments you’ve used. Then, create a third argument and do NOT label it. You will look over various arguments from other students and try to identify their structure yourself.

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