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Evaluating Arguments About Animals

By: Simon Rose.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: United States Crabtree Publishing Co,US 25 Sep 2018Description: 48 pages Paperback 140 x 216 x 5.08mm | 136.08g.ISBN: 9780778750888.Genre/Form: MYP Unit Resource Language and LiteratureDDC classification: 179.3 Summary: Should animals be kept in zoos? Is it okay to use animals for entertainment in circuses or rodeos? Every day, we hear arguments about animal issues in the media. This book gives readers the tools to make sense of and evaluate some of these arguments. Using three relatable and accessible animal-related examples, this book introduces readers to the parts of an effective argument and prompts them to use the knowledge they have gained to evaluate the effectiveness of arguments on opposing sides of the issues.
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Should animals be kept in zoos? Is it okay to use animals for entertainment in circuses or rodeos? Every day, we hear arguments about animal issues in the media. This book gives readers the tools to make sense of and evaluate some of these arguments. Using three relatable and accessible animal-related examples, this book introduces readers to the parts of an effective argument and prompts them to use the knowledge they have gained to evaluate the effectiveness of arguments on opposing sides of the issues. MYP Unit Resource Language and Literature

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