Updated video on the 2 methods from the first video I made last year! There was some confusion about positions/claims/reasons.
Going forward, we'll define the claim as your position on the issue. So either, "Yes, companies should track consumer shopping" or "No, companies should not track consumer shopping".
Reasons will be justifications/rationale from you use from a specific text provided to support your claim.
Counter-claim will be what the haters (the opposing) side says/the reasons to support their position.
Hope this clarifies things!
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