• Read the excerpt from "Voluntourism: An Opportunity Too Good to be True" and answer the question. [1] Picture this: It’s Spring Break, and you fly off to some country where there’s lush rainforests and beautiful, blue coastlines to explore. There’s also people in need, so you decide to blend your vacation with volunteering. Volunteering as a tourist, or voluntourism, seems like a great way to explore new regions and help people at the same time. However, this "volunteer plus travel" experience can actually harm local communities. While many teens might view traveling and volunteering abroad as a worthwhile adventure, there are more genuine and effective ways to make a difference. How does the speaker structure this part of the argument? Match each sentence to what it accomplishes. Match Term Definition Picture this: It's Spring Break, and you fly off to some country where there's lush rainforests and beautiful, blue coastlines to explore. A) Recognize the counterclaim There's also people in need, so you decide to blend your vacation with volunteering. B) Establish the topic Volunteering as a tourist, or voluntourism, seems like a great way to explore new regions and help people at the same time. C) State the claim of the argument However, this D) Get the audience's attention While many teens might view traveling and volunteering abroad as a worthwhile adventure, there are more genuine and effective ways to make a difference. E) Establish a problem with the counterclaim

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