If we allow this filth to be taught to our seniors, the next you thing you know, it’ll be in our high schools, then our kindergartens, and before you know it, we have babies in thong underwear. Is that what you want?
Thank you to Liz Boltz Ranfeld for this one – it didn’t make it over to Scotland.
- Using the videos on the blog tagged ‘core’, find those examples on your sheet and, with a partner, try to work out what is wrong with the logic. Just in your own words. Record this on your sheet.
- Using the excellent site below, read the descriptions of the various fallacies and try to work out which is/are committed in each example. Be ready to justify your answer to the class.
- This is quite hard. If you get finished, try to think of a strategy to make it easier. Put another way, why do people come up with such different answers in this task? What could you do to solve this?
The problem with this is everyone has a better one or a favourite one. Think that might be for homework…
but a good one! it might be hardest to spot because of the people involved…
thank you http://www.illogicalfallacy.com for this…
I found these on a site by Katie Budris. Test yourself.
Click here for some more great examples from Sean Hampton Cole