Types of supporting materials:
ANALOGIES a comparison based on similarities between a familiar and an unfamiliar instance
DEFINITIONS a statement of the meaning of a word.
EXAMPLES are samples or instances that support your claim
FACTS an event or truth that is known to exist or has been observed. The strongest form of evidence.
NARRATIVES are anecdotes (brief stories) used to support your points
"QUOTATIONS" using the exact words of a source (person, book, article, web site) with appropriate citation.
STATISTICS a collection of numerical facts. Supports accuracy of statements.
TESTIMONY quoting or restating another persons opinion, often an expert in the field.
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