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1.Ask yourself: Where will deductive storylines be useful for you? Which structure do you think you would use most often? Why?
2.Download this short pack to learn how using storylines helps you think through your communication strategy, not just the content
of each piece of communication.
Which of these statements is true?
Which of the following is true in the Statement?
How many ideas should you have at the key line for a deductive argument?
The conclusion or ‘therefore' point, the idea at the far right of your deductive chain, must be…
A deductive argument must be…
Groupings of ideas support each premise within a deductive argument.
Deductive arguments are powerful when the logic is tight but otherwise risky. Why?
The Answer (or governing idea) should be EXACTLY the same as the Conclusion (or ‘therefore' point).
An Answer (or governing idea) that overarches a deductive story must include…
The conclusion at the right side of your deductive chain must only be supported by…