High School
English Language Arts

Circular Reasoning: How to Stop Going Round in Circles!

I have successfully used these resources to teach students how to separate premise, evidence and conclusion in argumentation and avoid going around in circles in their arguments. A simple way to trigger their interest is to provide them with a common circular reasoning fallacy: There is a lot of traffic on the street because there are too many cars on the street. This usually sparks a conversation about logic.
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Circular Reasoning: How to Stop Going Round in Circles!