Suppose the following scenario: The FGC Curriculum Committee is studying whether to require all students to complete a one-hour credit course on drugs, alcohol, and STDs. This course will promote awareness rather than abuse of these risky activities.
After you have listened to the arguments lecture posted above, write three brief arguments (no more than a paragraph each), one for each mode [logos, ethos, pathos], in which you argue for or against this course. You may mix and match your positions (that is, have the logos argument be for the class, and the pathos against). When you have done this, briefly (in another paragraph) explain the Toulmin elements of each of your three arguments. What was the claim, the support, and the assumption(s) underlying each? (Make sure you don’t forget this part!)