Slippery Slope Fallacy

Slippery Slope Fallacy

Author: Marisol Puga

Standards: CCSS. ELA. RI. 11-12.6: Determine an author’s point of view or purpose in a text and analyze how the author acknowledges and responds to conflicting evidence or viewpoints.

Content Objective(s): SWBAT, by the end of the day, be able to identify a slippery slope
fallacy, and be able to avoid them in their future writing.

Language Objective(s):  SWBAT be able to create a slippery slope
fallacy, and in writing, explain the faulty logic behind it.

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Logical Fallacies: "Slippery Slope"

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