How do I start a cer claim?
CER all starts with a question asked by the teacher. This question is based on a phenomena or lab experience. The student’s explanation or answer, as you may have guessed, will consist of three parts: a claim, the evidence, and the student’s reasoning. A claim is a statement that answers the question.
What is the meaning of justify?
verb (used with object), jus·ti·fied, jus·ti·fy·ing. to show (an act, claim, statement, etc.) to be just or right: The end does not always justify the means. to defend or uphold as warranted or well-grounded: Don’t try to justify his rudeness. Theology. to declare innocent or guiltless; absolve; acquit.
What are some strong claims?
Here are some traits of a strong claim:
- A strong claim takes a stand.
- A strong claim justifies/promotes discussion.
- A strong claim expresses one main idea.
- A strong claim is specific.
- A strong claim is arguable.
Did Aristotle say it is the mark of an educated mind?
Aristotle Quotes It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.
What does the quote it is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it?
It means having an open enough mind (gained through education and training) to consider an idea first, before making a judgment on it, rather than prejudging it as true or false, without first having considered it. Not only do I believe in this philosophy, I cannot imagine being the person I have become without it.
What does it mean to entertain a thought?
To entertain an idea means to have it in mind or under consideration. For example, you never thought of studying abroad, but after a professor said it was one of the most meaningful experiences of his life, you started to entertain the idea of living in a foreign country.
What does it mean to entertain a guy?
Entertain is defined as to make hold the attention of someone and give them fun, to have someone over as a guest, or to think about something.
Is the mark of an educated mind?
“It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.” Aristotle.