At the beginning of each semester, I teach all of my students about basic argument structure and vocabulary (e.g. valid, invalid, sound, and unsound) and get them familiar with the practice of presenting arguments in numbered-premise form.
I’ve started using Google Presentations as a cool way to let them self-diagnose. I’ve created two presentation slides. I thought that I might as well share them. Here they are. Feel free to use them with your students.
You can embed them in your own course webpage like I have embedded them below. Click to the end of each slide to get the code. You can also post direct links to them (so your students don’t have to come to my webpage).