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Ethos, Pathos, Logos - The Foundation of Argument
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Focus: Use human, not abstract, subjects


1.             Schools that offer an incentive to students during drives, like the can food drive, are offending some of their students’ quality of life and work ethics.

2.             Good grades in science show that one understands the elements the compose matter and how they interact with one another.

3.             Community services and donations to charity, however, do not in any way indicate one’s academic skills.

4.             Charity remains valuable because of the preponderance number of loving people willing to donate their luxuries and necessities to the less fortunate.

5.             Charity is giving what ever amount a person can give without receiving something in return.


If a handout is available online (e.g., a newspaper article) I might include the appropriate link to the information students need on this page.