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Annotated Models of Argument

Below are models of argument selected by students. The selected models have commentary added in the margins so the reader can see which argumentative techniques are used and the information/structures that are characteristic to a particular field.  They are divided into the four main categories presented throughout the site.

Annotated Models in the Humanities

Dear Prospective Haas Applicant – Business

Annotated Models in the Interdisciplinary Studies

Gaming: A Force for Good? – Interdisciplinary Studies

Cal Greeks: Catalyst for Change – Rhetoric

The Necessity of Physical Education Requirements at American University – Education

Annotated Models in the Math & Sciences

On Gene Selection and Our Government’s Responsibility – Scientific Popular Article

Optimizing PCR Amplification of Sry Gene for Sex Identification in Ctenomys sociabilis – Scientific Research

Annotated Models in the Social Sciences

Coke or Pepsi – Psychology

The Lack of Women in Tech – Social Justice

The Negative Effect of Social Media – Media Studies