For this activity, you will update the annotated bibliography you worked on in Units 1 and 2. You will incorporate further research to support your creation of a Toulmin Argument work
You will continue to use the same topic you used for your Classical Argument work and the Rogerian Argument work, however, you will expand the focus of your research in the following ways:
- to educate yourself about qualifying elements/limits on positions
- to expand the applicability of the issue to a broader audience/widen the scope
- to find further evidence to support/prove your sub claims
- to find evidence to support your warrants
You may continue to use any existing sources that are still useful to you; however, you must end up with a minimum of four sources that you will use in this work
- The topic used for your Classical and Rogerian Argument is the same topic you will use for the Toulmin Argument work Once you are familiar with the elements of the Toulmin model, you will need to do additional research to prepare to write this work
- Re-examine your existing annotated bibliography and decide where you need to do more research
- Use the OCCC library databases to gather as many additional sources as you will need, keeping in mind that you can continue to use any existing sources that remain useful for this work
- Add your new sources to the bibliography, completing the citations and annotations.
- Remove any sources you no longer find useful.
- use any topic to answer the questions above in MLA format in 24 hours, 100 words