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When you review a text to evaluate its argument, what is the first thing you must do?
write the author’s claim

trace the author’s claim

agree with the author’s claim

identify the author’s claim

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  1. D i think

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  2. To assess a claim made in an argumentative text, what do you evaluate?

    Select the two correct answers.

    (1 point)

    presentation

    evidence

    the author

    coherence

    the format

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  3. Identify the authors claim

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  4. Thanks Bro
    100%

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  5. are the answers the ones with the stars

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  6. Which ones are the answers

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  7. What are the answers

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  8. i have different questions that need answering plz help me
    what does tracing mean?
    to decide whether or not the evidence provides links to the author’s claim about the topic
    to determine whether or not the claim is valid and if the claim was supported by the evidence *******
    to follow connections between the claim that was made and the evidence used to support it
    to recognize the author’s opinion or claim about the topic of his or her argument

    Which question should you consider when you evaluate a text for its argument?

    Does the text tell a story about the author's opinion? ********
    Is there enough evidence for the claim?
    Is the grammar correct?
    Are the text's sources from various media?

    To assess a claim made in an argumentative text, what do you evaluate?

    Select the two correct answers.

    the author ********
    coherence
    presentation ********
    evidence
    the format

    the ones with the stars are the ones i chose, hope this helps!
    And there are 4 questions, one question is in the one with 5 questions.

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  9. What does tracing mean?

    to follow connections between the claim that was made and the evidence used to support it

    When you review a text to evaluate its argument, what is the first thing you must do?

    Identify the authors claim

    Which question should you consider when you evaluate a text for its argument

    Is there enough evidence for the claim

    To assess a claim made in an argumentative text, what do you evaluate?

    coherence

    Evidence

    I got 💯 with these answers I used my brain . pls don't cheat just use these to check ur awnsers

    Have a good day :)

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  10. Your al wrong!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  11. NO THEY ARE RIGHT ANSWERS THX SOOO MUCH AND BRITNEY YOU ARE WRONG!!!!! THX SHY YOUR BIGGEST HELLPER!!!

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  12. ARE THE ANSWERS TELL ME

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  13. what are the answers!

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  14. so I found the actual answers they are
    D to follow connections between the claim that was made and the evidence used to support it
    C identify the author’s claim
    A Is there enough evidence for the claim?
    A, C coherence, evidence
    hope i helped!

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  15. Thanks Wolf_gaming2798

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  16. Thanks wolf gaming that really helped

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  17. does anyone know the answers for unit 11 Argument Analysis for languse arts because i need help well i need just to check my answers if not its ok

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  18. Thank you so much Sky ur biggest helper you are right

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