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a poster with the words phonemic alphabet in blue and white on it's side
Phonetic Alphabet For English
an old - fashioned poster with the words,'take the older thandirt quiz do
"Older than Dirt?"
an english language poster with the words, english is hard and how to use it
Lady Rose Bloomfield (@DottyVintage1) on X
the latin phrase for latin phrases
Tuesday Tidbit: Latin Phrases Everyone Should Know (Legere Librum!) | Margaret Locke
a black and white poster with the words how to swear in latin
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How To Tell When People Are Lying to You (in a crisis)
How To Tell When People Are Lying to You (in a crisis)
the seven types of propagana
Critical TV Time - Home Literacy Blueprint
the top ten common legal falacies for people who are not in court to their rights
Common Logical Fallacies cal Fallacies Everyone Should Know @ Ad Hominem It occurs when someone attacks directly the person making an argument rather than criticizing the argument itself. Straw Man When someone attacks a distorted version of the original argument that they themselves created (Le "the straw man"). 3) Appeal to Authority Asserting that something must be true because it is backed up by someone who is (allegedly) an authority on the subject. Slippery Slope Taking an argument from the first, sensible premise to an undesirable or extreme conclusion via a number of hastily connected steps. Bandwagon The bandwagon fallacy occurs when something is said to be true or good simply because it is popular. Appeal to Ignorance When itis said that an argument must be true if it cannot be proven false, or false if it cannot be proven true. False Dilemma This occurs when two choices are presented as the only possible options when, in fact, other alternatives exist. Hasty Generalization This logical fallacy happens when a general conclusion is drawn based on a sample size that is too small. Red Herring This occurs when someone deliberately attempts to move the issue under discussion to a new, irrelevant topic. Appeal to Tradition When one claims that something must be good or true because it has been practiced for a long time (that is, traditionally). - iFunny
a poster with instructions on how to use strawman in the classroom or at home
Thou shalt not commit logical fallacies
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Rhetological Fallacies – A list of Logical Fallacies & Rhetorical Devices with examples — Information is Beautiful