High School
English Language Arts

Look Up An Idea to Check Whether you are Making a Fallacy!

Checking your arguments for fallacies is simple with the following tools and links that help you understand what each fallacy is and avoid making fallacies in your argumentative writing.
A Collection By Maria Leou
  • 6 Collection Items
  • 6 Collection Items
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Look Up An Idea to Check Whether you are Making a Fallacy!
  • Maria Leou says:
    The reasons and evidence you employ in an argument must support the conclusion. Often, we make errors in critical thinking which costs us points in the overall convincingness of the argument. Learn to avoid these critical thinking errors by looking up similar examples.
  • Maria Leou says:
    This is a unique encyclopedia that helps you look up instances of critical thinking fallacies, understanding them better and avoiding them in your writing.
  • Maria Leou says:
    This site helps student construct logical arguments and avoid any gaps in reasoning and fallacies that may come about in critical thinking and writing.
  • Fallacies

    Website
    writingcenter.unc.edu
    writingcenter.unc.edu
    Maria Leou says:
    A handout on fallacies and examples thereof helping students understand specific instances of fallacies.
  • Logical Fallacies

    Website
    logicalfallacies.info
    logicalfallacies.info
    Maria Leou says:
    An index of logical fallacies that students can browse through so as to detect and understand why their argumentation may have fallacies.
  • Maria Leou says:
    Articles on fallacies broaden the students' understanding of fallacies, placing them in a broader social and historical context.