Thinking about YOUR Counter-Argument

To help us move forward, I want us to break into groups. With your group, do the following:

  1. Share your thesis and graphic novel.

  2. Other than your immediate anti-thesis (the inverse of your argument), what other things do you need to be able to address: discuss.

  3. Consider what are the MAJOR issues whether they be naysayers, other arguments, or questions from the audience you will want to raise and then answer in your counter-argument.



BA in History from Northwestern State, MA in English from Northwestern State, and PhD in Rhetoric from Texas Woman's University. Big into comic books and visual rhetoric. Assistant Professor of English at Claflin University, Orangeburg, SC.

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