Chapter 5 Questions
- Identify and explain the basic three-part structure of an argument paper.
- Show how to construct a formal outline of an argument essay.
- Identify and describe the features of the two basic types of arguments.
- Describe how and when narrative arguments make effective cases for controversial issues.
Chapter 5 Reader Questions: “Why McDonald’s French Fries Taste So Good”
Chapter 5 defines the different types of arguments. “Why McDonald’s French Fries Taste So Good” is an example of a Narrative Argument. Analyze the narrative features of the article.
- How does the writer dramatize a controversial issue?
- How is the writer’s narrative credible?
- How is the writer’s narrative representative of the issue?
- How does the writer’s narrative avoid sentimentality?
- How does the writer’s narrative advocate change of behavior or way of thinking?