What Is The Term 'Evidence' Have You Offered To Support Your Claim/Position?

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Sabrena Miller 01/02/2013 Self-evaluation 1) What is your topic? My topic is the dangers of cell phones and driving. 2) What are the possibly different main claims/positions related to this topic? (There will be at least two (2) possibly different claims/positions, but there could be more; however, one of them will be YOUR claim/position.) My main claim is that using cell phones while driving is dangerous. The other main claim could be that they are safe as long as people use hands free devices. 3) What is your position regarding the topic? My position is that anything that takes our full attention away from driving is bad even if we are using hands free devices. 4) What “evidence” have you offered to support your claim/position? Have you…show more content…
All they need to know that that every life is valuable and it is everyone’s responsibility to promote safety on the road. But mostly I will play on their emotions because I will put them in the frame of mind of knowing just how easy it is to lose someone they love. 11) What position that is different from yours might cause your audience not to accept your position? (Note: There may be more than one.) Now that you have identified it, what do you need to add to your own argument to convince your audience that this alternate position should be rejected in favor of your own position? The position that may cause my audience to think twice is that hands free devices are the answer to distracted driving. However I would remind them that anything that takes our undivided attention off the road is equally as bad as holding the phone in our hands. 12) Can you think of anything else that your audience might need in order to be persuaded by your argument? No because I believe that I covered all my bases in the

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