answering the following questions as part of your annotations to use in writing your essay:
What evidence does the writer use to indicate that there is a problem?
How would you characterize this evidence (for example, scientific, anecdotal), and to what extent are you persuaded by the evidence he provides?
What, if any, examples of logical fallacies can you identify in the argument he makes and the conclusions he draws?
To what extent does he persuade you that a change in policy is necessary or that such a change would make a difference?
What strategies would you identify in either argument as strategies that you might employ to develop your own
To what extent are you persuaded by any counterargument introduced by the author?
What do you think the author wants you to do or think about in his analysis?
Does the author add anything to your understanding of the problem or what should be done about it?
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