Analysis & Interpretation
Instructors expect students to be able to:
- Construct arguments that are substantiated with appropriate evidence.
- Leverage multiple perspectives to support complex arguments.
- Engage visual materials and verbal arguments in a dialogue that recognizes the autonomy of both lines of inquiry.
- Draw inferences from the arguments that lead to synthesis.
Here are some resources to help:
- What is an Argument (UNC)
- Constructing an Informed Argument (Dartmouth)
- Logic and Argument (Dartmouth)
- Analysis and Argument (Richmond)
- Finding a Rhetorical Stance (Dartmouth)
- Fallacies (UNC)
- Interrogating Your Sources (Dartmouth)
- Focusing and Connecting Ideas (Richmond)