1. Write a valid, unsound, deductive argument, as a syllogism with the word “teacher” in the conclusion (30 pts).
2. Write a valid, sound, deductive argument, as a syllogism, with the word “teacher” in the conclusion (30 pts.)
3. Write an example of an Slippery Slope fallacy using “teacher(s)” in a premise or conclusion), and describe how the fallacy is committed (30 pts).
4. Write an example of an inductive argument with the word “teacher” in the conclusion, which you would assess to be strong (30 pts)
5. From the different heuristics given in our text (chapter 10) pick the “heuristic” that you think will help you most become a better critical thinker. Explain why (30 pts)
6. Write an inductive argument with at least 3 premises, one of which must be a sub-conclusion, where the conclusion is that it is valuable for one’s life to go to college and university. Then, create an argument map of the argument (50 pts.).
- Discuss your leaders impact on organizational culture.
- Write out script for an Oral presentation using the documents and article provided. https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/article-amplify-i-have-mixed-feelings-about-returning-to-the-office-as-a/
- Why do some dog lick their owners excessively?
- What were the main regulatory and market differences between the US and India when considering Promotion and Place (distribution)?
- What are the differences between estimating and forecasting demand?
- Does the plan cover dental, eyeglasses, infertility, prescriptions, or chiropractic care?
- Clearly identify the theme of your concept map.
- Define the challenges and opportunities that exist for today’s healthcare leaders.
- Reflect and Relate an introduction to interpersonal communication fifth edition (2018) .
- Does it appear that system-level policymakers have considered the possible consequences that changes to Medicare have on vulnerable patient populations?
- List the differences between Medicare and Medicaid.