• Counterargument – part of an effective, responsible persuasive argument is acknowledging and refuting what your readers may object to in your argument (the other side’s argument/claims). First, is there anything that the intended audience might question about your topic? In addition, think about the opposing side’s arguments and what is “wrong” with their argument. When you refute objections, you assert that they are wrong and argue against them. For this mini-assignment, answer these questions: who is the opposing side? Who is making these challenges against yours? What are they saying? Their claims? Now, refute them. Don’t be arrogant about it –be reasonable but constructive and confident. Come up with 1 or 2 opposing arguments/concerns and your counterarguments. This assignment should be no more than 1 page, double-spaced, and typed with a heading.
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