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1 2009.IV.30.Argumentation techniques 1 Non-mirrorable argumentation techniques in English Analysis of theological texts aiming persuasion effects László Pitlik, 2009.IV.30.

2 2009.IV.30.Argumentation techniques 2 Introduction Greetings Acknowledgments: – Faculty: for possibility – Teachers: for professionalism – Classmates: for tolerance – CD (last but not least): for excellent didactic Apropos: – closing English-course – controlling myself Motivation: – finding a topic with general characteristics – exploring „new” instruments in grammar level (to be „classy”) Agenda (s. next slide)

3 2009.IV.30.Argumentation techniques 3 Agenda Analysis of the current situation: What we have to know? – Basic grammar (if/then, because, but, etc.) – Special terms (c.f. course-CD, e.g. agreeing, disagreeing) Exploring best practices: Where is important to build argumentation chains? – Science: describing causal minds – Theology: describing creeds Collecting potential (non-mirrorable) instruments: – Source: Billy Graham: Peace with God (as mirror-translation) – Task: Searching for specialties in the „deeper” grammar levels Structuring items: – Building ad hoc groups from „similar” items – Exploring potential risks by using: misunderstanding vs. classy sentences Recommendations: – Collecting exercises for the explored items: offline/online – Establishing new courses in the new semester

4 2009.IV.30.Argumentation techniques 4 In medias res: Collected items I. English version YET it has being and power. (s.35.) …because we can not be…, he can not be, EITHER! (s.36.) They could each take as much as they wanted, as much as they needed – and STILL the ocean would remain unchanged. (s.36.) FOR IF it is this that one declares him to be… (s.37.) IF we could BUT realize… (s.38) Man is sinner… UNLESS he cries out for mercy… (s.39.) Hungarian version MÉGIS létezik és van ereje. (o.43.) …mivel mi nem lehetünk…, ő SEM lehet! (o.44.) Annyit vehetnek belőle, amennyit akarnak, vagy amennyire szükségük van, és az óceán MÉGIS változatlan marad. (o.44.) MERT HA ez az, aminek mondják… (o.45.) BÁRCSAK rájönnénk… (o.46.) Az ember bűnös…HACSAK NEM kiált kegyelemért…(o.47.)

5 2009.IV.30.Argumentation techniques 5 In medias res: Collected items II. English version BUT IF... (s.39.) Do not make the mistake of thinking THAT BECAUSE… (s.40) We are not always sure ourselves… (s.40) We all know people who pride themselves on being good, WHEN it is ACTUALLY their surroundings and way of life that keep them from being bad. (s.44.) Hungarian version DE HA… (s.46.) NEHOGY tévesen azt gondold, HOGY MIVEL (o.48.) Mi magunk SEM vagyunk mindig biztosak abban… (o.47.) Mindnyájan ismerünk jóságukkal büszkélkedő embereket, HOLOTT/NOHA a valóságban CSAK a környezetük és az életmódjuk tartja vissza őket a rosszaságtól. (s.52.)

6 2009.IV.30.Argumentation techniques 6 Structuring items Consolidation: same words vs. diverse functions (mégis, but, sem) Meanings through structures (nehogy, csak?, sem?) Stylistic varieties in Hungarian (noha/holott vs. when, unless) Elder schemes (for if) ???

7 2009.IV.30.Argumentation techniques 7 Summary: Recommendations The above mentioned items and groups was collected and made ad hoc It would be surely useful to have – a collection and clustering (more holistic) and also – a lot of exercises online and offline – possibly as a new course from September?!


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