I wrote about the class in May 28th,
In the class, I learned there is the another way to collect the information of the essay, that is survey!
My essay does not need to survey now, but I want to use the survey as the method of looking into the topic deeply in the future.
Also I learned many kinds of fallacies.
Non-sequitur (I cannot pronounce "sequitur")
Appeal to pity
Appeal to ignorance
Appeal to authority
It spent a lot of time to list up... There are fallacies that we should not commit in the essay. In my childhood, I was a habitual offender of committing Red herring. When I wrote a composition, I wrote the straight introduction and body components at first, however, in the end, I wrote meaningless sentences that had no connection with the previous part. My teachers often gave warnings against Red herring. Now, I am always careful about Red herring.
To avoid committing these fallacies, I think it is important for us to do peer reviewing whenever each of us complete writing paragraph. I want to say effective comment to my peers, so I need to understand all of the fallacies now!!!!