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Workshop: Argument structure

Argument
- a set of reasons that show that something is true or untrue, right or wrong etc.
Argumentation
- a set of arguments used to explain something or to persuade people
Audience
- a group of people who come to watch and listen to someone speaking or performing in public
Speech
- a formal talk given usually to a large number of people on a special occasion
Evidence
- reasons for believing that something is or is not true
Mapping
- the activity of creating a picture or diagram that represents something
Informative
- providing many useful facts or ideas
Persuasive
- able to make other people believe something or do what you ask
Presentation
- a talk giving information about something
Claim
- to state that something is true, even though it has not been proved
Support
- to prove that some idea or statement is correct
Rehearse
- to practise something that you plan to say to someone
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