ELA

1. "To write a persuasive argument, you should consider claims that contradict your own claim. By considering opposing claims, you can strengthen your own argument."

How should an author effectively address opposing claims in writing?

(1 point)

with a counterargument***

with opinions

with more facts

with defensive claim

2. Use the sentence to answer the question.

"Critical thinkers do not take written words as true without considering alternative points of view."

What is an alternative point of view in an argumentative essay?

(1 point)

supportable claim

persuasive language

counterargument***

significant claim

3. What will improve your counterargument? (1 point)

organizing opposing claims

defending opposing claims

summarizing opposing claims

analyzing opposing claims***

4. What is the best way for an author to address an opposing claim?(1 point)

by ignoring it

by providing a counterargument to address it

by including evidence that supports it

by explaining why it is false***

5. Use the following text to answer the question.

"Claim: Bird feeders are a kind way to help the birds in the community.

Opposing claim: Bird feeders make it easy for outdoor cats to prey on birds."

Which statement is a good counterargument to the opposing claim?

(1 point)

Bird feeders that hang from trees protect birds from predators.***

Birds don't feed when cats are around.

Most cat owners keep their pets inside.

Most cats chase squirrels instead of birds.

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  2. I agree with all.

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  3. ok

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  4. The 4th one was wrong

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  5. Yea everything is right but 4 is, "by providing a counterargument to address it"

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