Complete the following tables to assist you in writing your paper
|Conclusion||Premise or “Hidden Premise”|
|1. Everyone I know likes Chick-a-Cola. It must be really good!|
|2. I can’t believe the McDonald’s VP is voting to cut employee benefits. He must be in the president’s pocket.|
|3. If a restaurant is crowded, then people love the menu. The restaurant is crowded. People must love the new menu.|
|4. Industrialized cattle farms are immoral because they murder animals.|
|5. The fast food industry is in turmoil. The poor economy has brought down consumer spending, so the fast food industry is going to collapse.|
|Question||Conclusion 1||Conclusion 2||Conclusion 3||Conclusion 4||Conclusion 5|
|Does Assumption Support Conclusion” (yes/no)|
|Notes addressing why assumption supports the conclusion or why is does not.|
|Deductive or Inductive Reasoning?|
|Question||Notes for answer|
|What characteristics define deduction?|
|What defines induction?|
|How can assumptions inform the premise of an argument?|
|Contrast the principal differences between explicitly expressed and tacitly implied premises.|
|Which of the conclusions have explicitly expressed or tacitly implied premises?|
|Explain the effect explicit and implicit assumptions have on the final conclusion.|
Write your scripts beginning on the blank page below.
Using the information you inserted in Table 1 above, you can now write the script for Podcast Segment 1: Spot the Premise.
Keep in mind the guidelines for engaging the audience and formatting:
Engaging the audience:
· Use clear, concise sentences.
· Use clear and relatable real-world examples to help explain concepts.
· Use language intended for a listener as opposed to a reader. For example, avoid language such as “As you can see…”
· Share your enthusiasm and interest in the subject matter.
· Relate the material back to your own personal experience when possible.
· Read the entry out loud to yourself before finalizing it.
· All podcast scripts should be contained within one document.
· Label each script with the segment title provided in the entry requirements.
· At the end of the script, cite the sources you used to complete it.
Once you have your Segment 1 Script, move on to write the script for Podcast Segment 2: Defending the Premises. Use the information you inserted in Tables 2 and 3 above to complete this script.
Podcast Segment 1: Spot the Premise
Podcast Segment 2: Spot the Premise