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This lesson is about a logical fallacy called circular reasoning. A circle argument refers to itself as evidence of truth
Using Reasoning and Evidence to Support Claims
Learn how to effectively identify what a claim is and how authors use reasoning and evidence to support arguments.
Conclusions, Reasons, Evidence
This video explains the structure of an argument.It looks at some example arguments to identify conclusions, reasons, and evidence.
How to Argue - Philosophical Reasoning: Crash Course Philosophy #2
Before we dive into the big questions of philosophy, you need to know how to argue properly. We'll start with an overview of deductive reasoning and rational arguments.
CA Geometry: Deductive reasoning | Worked examples | Geometry | Khan Academy
1-3, deductive reasoning and congruent angles. All Khan Academy content is available for free at www.khanacademy.org
Reading Comprehension: Propositions, Reasons & Evaluations
This video explains what a proposition is and how it must be supported by reasons, arguments, and evidence. Two examples of propositions are given.
Claims, Reasons, and Evidence
Claims, Reasons, and Evidence
Opinion Writing for Kids | Episode 5 | Writing a Draft: Reasons & Examples
I've written an introduction for my opinion writing, so now I'm ready to support my opinion with reasons and examples!
Reading Comprehension - Propositions, Reasons & Evaluations - YouTube
This video defines proposition as the claims and judgements that can be known as either true or false. It then discusses how arguments, reasons, and evidence must support the truth of a proposition.
4th Grade Spatial Reasoning with Polygons
4th grade math lesson on spatial reasoning with polygons, aligned to MA Curriculum Framework Standard 4.OA.5.
Reasoning with Equations and Inequalities
Sal solves the equation 4x^2+40x-300=0 by completing the square.265
Critical Reasoning - Affirming Assumptions Using Additional Evidence
This video identifies two assumptions in a text and then demonstrates which evidence affirms those assumptions.
Critical Reasoning - Denying an Assumption Using Additional Evidence
This video analyzes assumptions that lead to the conclusions in an argument. It shows how adding information can challenge assumptions.
Between the Lions: "Reason to Read"
Country music superstars Patty Loveless and Buddy Jewell lend their consderable vocal talents to the task of explaining to kids why reading is such a valuable skill. "Reason to Read" is one of the most popular music videos ever to appear on PBS's award-winning literacy education series, "Between the Lions." Words and music are by Sarah Durkee and Paul Jacobs.
Finding reasonable unit of measurement example | 4th grade | Khan Academy
The truth is that you can use almost any unit of measurement as long as you're willing for that number to be really big or really small. The key is to find the most reasonable unit. Can you help?
Reading stem and leaf plots | Applying mathematical reasoning | Pre-Algebra | Khan Academy
Math patterns example 1 | Applying mathematical reasoning | Pre-Algebra | Khan Academy
Part of our exploration of math is learning to identify patterns among numbers. Can you see the pattern in this example?
Math patterns example 2 | Applying mathematical reasoning | Pre-Algebra | Khan Academy
We continue to strengthen our skill in identifying patterns. This time we'll use a table to track the pattern.
Solve any system of two linear equations
Sal solves several examples where he reasons about the number of solutions of systems of equations using algebraic reasoning.