This activity is about creating valid or invalid arguments. For this discussion, you will need to create three original arguments. Since we are only concerned with the arguments structure, you do not need to develop an argument with true premises or critique someone else’s argument based on whether or not the premises are true.
For your response post, identify the structure of a classmate’s unlabeled argument and explain, in your own words, why it’s valid or invalid.
This discussion post will not involve the normal discussions rubric. Instead, students will be graded on 3 factors: whether they correctly shared and labeled two arguments using proper structures, whether they correctly shared a third argument, and how they explained the structure and potential validity of a peer’s argument. The original post is worth 18 points and the response post is worth 7 points.