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Rogerian argument

Classical Argument

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Outline for a Classical Argument Outline for a Rogerian Argument Introduction Capture the audience?s attention. Urge the audience to consider the case you will present. Statement of Background Narrate or explain the key events in your case. Provide information so that your audience will understand. Proposition State the position you are taking and indicate the direction your argument will proceed. Proof This is the heart of the argument. Discuss the reasons for your position and cite evidence for support. Refutation Anticipate and refute opposing views. This strengthens your argument and demonstrates your thorough knowledge of the issue. Conclusion Summarize your most important points. Make a final appeal for a change in attitude or a call to action.
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