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How could you appeal to logic, emotion, or ethics for this pro/con debate about grading?
In developing a persuasion paper, consider your audience carefully, anticipating possible objections and addressing them in your paper. Consider which of the three appeals -- logic, emotion, ethics -- will be most effective.
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