Exercise: Students indicate whether example is a False Dilemma (Either/Or), Faulty Analogy (Bad Comparison), Appeal to Tradition, Appeal to Authority, or Circular Argument. See PowerPoint for definitions and examples.
Videos that offer tutorials on fallacies can be used instead of a textbook and/ or as additional resources. You could also ask students to find a video about a fallacy of their choice–or students can create a video about a fallacy. This video details some of the most common logical […]
The School of Thought, a non profit providing free education resources on critical thinking, created a site on logical fallacies. Each fallacy is condensed into a single, simple sentence that anyone could understand (attached here). Assignment for online discussion board: Review the list of logical fallacies. Select one fallacy by […]