Argument mapping is a visual method of displaying how reasons work to support a claim. A map exposes the hidden structure of the argument so that everyone can see how all the reasons fit together.

Students can pick either side of the argument.
They get a map with draggable items to the left that fill each empty space.
They can click “Check Answer” and anything they have wrong appears in red.

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