and Critical Reasoning
argumentation in the wild
November 2, 2010
College: Yeah, It's That Selfish
The Real Cost Equation
Our Greedy Colleges
Why I quit having fun
What makes a noisy party?
Recognize Greeks' inherent role on campus
Greek sexuality misconceptions unfair
Demand for college degrees increases joblessness
Excerpt: "Higher Education?"
As Colleges Cut Athletics, Title IX Creates an Injustice to Men
My lazy American students
It's worthwhile overall to have some large classes
1. What conclusion is the author arguing for? (Do you agree?)
2. What reasons does the author give to support this conclusion? (Are you convinced?)
3. What objections might someone raise to the conclusion or the reasons offered to support it?
4. Who's the author's intended audience? What's the author's attitude? (What clues do you see in the article to help you determine this?)
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