What makes a proof strong enough to support a claim?
Relevant to the topic of your paper. In support of the argument you’re advancing. From a credible source. Verified by multiple sources.
What type of evidence helps to support a claim?
personal anecdotes. illustration of deep knowledge on the issue. citation of recognized experts on the issue. testimony of those involved first-hand on the issue.
Can you support your claims without evidence?
You can also assume that readers will accept claims about your own personal experience–assuming they sound reasonable–without further evidence. But when you make a claim that is not common knowledge, then you need to support it.
How do I support a claim with evidence?
Present evidence that contradicts your stance, and then argue against (refute) that evidence and therefore strengthen your position. Use sources against each other, as if they were experts on a panel discussing your proposition. Use quotations to support your assertion, not merely to state or restate your claim.
Why is it important to provide evidence for your claims?
Evidence serves as support for the reasons offered and helps compel audiences to accept claims. Evidence comes in different sorts, and it tends to vary from one academic field or subject of argument to another.
What are the 6 types of evidence in writing?
Six Types of Evidence in Writing
- Interviews with someone who tells a story related to your thesis.
- A personal experience related to your topic.
- A case study from a journal or your own research.
- An excerpt from a journal or letter.
What is a claim with evidence?
• A claim is the main argument of an essay. It is the most important part of an academic paper. • A claim defines the paper’s goals, direction, and scope. It is supported by evidence. • A claim must be argumentative.