When analyzing for fallacies, students can ask these important questions:
1. Are there any fallacies in the reading? If so, what types?
2. Is it possible to tell if the fallacies are intentional or accidental?
3. Do they diminish the credibility of the speaker? Why or why not?
4. How does examining the fallacies deepen your understanding of the reading?

An enjoyable exercise that can help students understand fallacies is to give them a list of statements and have them consider if it presents a fallacy or not, and ask them to explain their answers. Some examples of statements could be: