These two sets of exercises, Refutation and Confirmation, would correspond to an argumentative essay in modern composition theory. The students are learning how to structure their thought and, thus, their communication process when given the task of arguing for or against an idea, thought, chain of events, method or story. The categories of development or paragraphs that make up these essays are essential elements in the rhetorical process (identified as heads of purpose in later stages) that must become second nature in the mental processes of our students.
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