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PHIL 2020 - Principles of Logic and Argumentation - Affordable Learning Georgia

 

Welcome!

This course was developed as part of an Affordable Learning Georgia Textbook Transformation Grant awarded to two faculty members at Valdosta State University.

The purpose of these grants is to combat the high cost of textbooks. In the case of logic textbooks used in the State System of Georgia's introductory level logic courses, most textbooks cost in the neighborhood of $100-$200.

This grant enabled us to create a repository of Open Educational Resources and Creative Commons materials, design a course around those materials, and teach two pilot sections of those courses in the Spring of 2015.

Instructor Guide and Lesson Planning Table

Instructor Guide and Lesson Planning Table

Syllabus and Tutoring Information

Syllabus and Tutoring Information

Unit 1: Critical Thinking and Philosophy

Unit 1: Activities in Quizzes and Discussions

Note on Access to Assessment Materials

Because of the sensitive nature of course assessments, we are not making any course quiz, discussion, and other assessment tools directly open-access. However, if you are interested in using these materials for a course you are teaching, please contact Michael Holt (moholt@valdosta.edu) to gain access to these tools.

Unit 1 Activities in Quizzes and Discussions

Unit 2: Arguments

Unit 2: Activities in Quizzes and Discussions

Note on Access to Assessment Materials

Because of the sensitive nature of course assessments, we are not making any course quiz, discussion, and other assessment tools directly open-access. However, if you are interested in using these materials for a course you are teaching, please contact Michael Holt (moholt@valdosta.edu) to gain access to these tools.

Unit 2 Activities in Quizzes and Discussions

Unit 3: Fallacies

Unit 3: Activities in Quizzes and Discussions

Note on Access to Assessment Materials

Because of the sensitive nature of course assessments, we are not making any course quiz, discussion, and other assessment tools directly open-access. However, if you are interested in using these materials for a course you are teaching, please contact Michael Holt (moholt@valdosta.edu) to gain access to these tools.

Unit 3 Activities (Midterm in Quizzes and Discussions)

Unit 4: Symbolic Logic (Sentential)

Unit 4: Activities in Quizzes and Discussions

Note on Access to Assessment Materials

Because of the sensitive nature of course assessments, we are not making any course quiz, discussion, and other assessment tools directly open-access. However, if you are interested in using these materials for a course you are teaching, please contact Michael Holt (moholt@valdosta.edu) to gain access to these tools.

Unit 4 Activities in Quizzes and Discussions

Unit 5: Syllogisms and Venn Diagrams

Unit 5: Activities in Quizzes and Discussions

Note on Access to Assessment Materials

Because of the sensitive nature of course assessments, we are not making any course quiz, discussion, and other assessment tools directly open-access. However, if you are interested in using these materials for a course you are teaching, please contact Michael Holt (moholt@valdosta.edu) to gain access to these tools.

Unit 5 Activities in Quizzes and Discussions

Unit 6: Logic and Research

Unit 6: Activities in Quizzes and Discussions

Note on Access to Assessment Materials

Because of the sensitive nature of course assessments, we are not making any course quiz, discussion, and other assessment tools directly open-access. However, if you are interested in using these materials for a course you are teaching, please contact Michael Holt (moholt@valdosta.edu) to gain access to these tools.

Unit 6 Activities in Quizzes and Discussions

Unit 7: Logic and Law

Unit 7 Activities in Quizzes and Discussions

Note on Access to Assessment Materials

Because of the sensitive nature of course assessments, we are not making any course quiz, discussion, and other assessment tools directly open-access. However, if you are interested in using these materials for a course you are teaching, please contact Michael Holt (moholt@valdosta.edu) to gain access to these tools.

Unit 7 Activities in Quizzes and Discussions