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29 January, 02:11

All students should be required to wear uniforms to school.

Which is the best example of an effective claim?

I disagree that all students should be required to wear uniforms to school.

My friend's school uniforms are expensive, and yet they're ugly and uncomfortable.

I agree with the statement, and I think it's a really smart idea for our school,

School uniforms should not be required because they reduce individual expression.

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  1. 29 January, 03:21
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    The correct answer is D. School uniforms should not be required because they reduce individual expression.

    Explanation:

    A claim should always express the position of the author towards the issue being discussed, besides this, effective claims do not only express if the author agrees or disagrees but the reason or reasons for this. Additionally, claims should be debatable which means they need to be proven.

    According to this "School uniforms should not be required because they reduce individual expression" is the best example of an effective claim because it shows the author opposes school uniforms, the reason for this "they reduce individual expression" and it is debatable.
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