The Training Of Giving Argument Towards Technical Peer Tutors
The argument is needed to communicate. The Speakers communicate with the listener to deliver arguments in order to make the information presented can be understood and understandable. In the same case, the writer conveys arguments in order to make the information presented can be understood and understandable by readers. The author uses various arguments in expressing his ideas in order to be accepted by the reader.
The argument is a set of statements in the form of the establishment of and support to it. The argument used to influence others in order to approve it. The establishment is delivered by a writer in order to be accepted by his readers. The establishment presented need to support with facts, evidence or reason, so that the information presented is more accurate. Disclosure in the process of writing the arguments needs to be drilled. Training writing arguments can be performed independently or by way of collaborating. Training by way of collaboration can be done, for example with the technique of peer tutors.
Peers can provide input in the form of criticism and suggestions of improvements so that the arguments presented is understood by the reader. Entries submitted two arguments, namely the linguistic and content argument. The argument of the content refers to disclosure content ideas. Disclosure of the idea in the academic field uses the idea of the scientific spectrum. The author of scientific works should be able to use the language of Indonesia with good and true. The use of the language of Indonesia with a good writer is the ability to select the language diversity in accordance with the context of the communication. The use of the language of Indonesia correctly is the author's ability to understand and use the language of Indonesia in accordance with the system rules apply. The systems of rules that need to be mastered include structure rules system languages in various linguistic levels (word, form of word, sentence, paragraph, and discourse, vocabulary, spelling, and punctuation).