Building a Good Argument
About the Lesson
A good argument can make the difference between a good and an excellent grade. This lesson looks at the key features of a good argument: clarity, flow, solid evidence based and persuasion.
Lauren did her MA in Kingston Ontario, and is currently doing her DPhil at the University of Oxford in English Literature. Her research interest focuses on human animal relationships in Victorian literature.
Breakdown of the course content
What makes a good argument
What all good arguments have in common
Have a good thesis statement
Argument structure example
Mapping your argument using mindmup
Takeaways - argument building
This lesson includes
Pre-recorded videos brokendown into chapters
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