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Copy of Persuasive Writing

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on 3 March 2016

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Persuasive Writing Techniques
Transfer or Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc
This ad is transfering the traits of being tough from the Rhino to the car.
This ad is an example of bandwagon. It also has loaded words like awesome. It also has over simplification by saying that all it takes is three minutes to prepare. What about the time it takes to boil water?
The red herring "free refills" is used to distract a person from the scare tactic of having your "fingernails removed."
False Cause and Effect
or Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc
Peer pressure
or appeal to force
Plain Folks-
This ad tries to relate to the farmers in Kentucky and uses bandwagon to try to get you to become one.
Band Wagon! Join the party!
Just because the world takes risks with their lives, doesn't mean you should.
Red Herring
or False Dilemma
Circular Reasoning
Personal Attack
Loaded Words
This ad uses loaded words by saying that chewing this gum is like eating the sun
Katy Perry is
a celebrity representing the proactiv acne treatment
Testimonial or
Appeal to Authority
Personal Attack
Scientific Claims
this ad uses emotional words and pictures to sell a saxophone.
Emotional Appeal
or False Dilemma

Over Generalization
Card Stacking
or Strawman
this ad is listing all the things that the politician stands for

People are called names in the hope that it will influence others to think negatively about someone
Can you think of examples in the media or in politics?
Repetition
This ad is circular reasoning because it says the same thing in a circle. Also known as
Logical Fallacy
Logical Fallacies
This ad is saying that if you drink this slushie you get an extreme effect.
This ad is saying that the coverage is really big, which it might not be.
This Ad is using
a scientific claim to say that the toothpaste lasts for 12 hours and is "clinically proven"
This ad uses repetion to say that this camera can take lots and lots of pictures.
An anecdote is used in this ad to try to get people to donate money to the ASPCA.
Anecdote
This says a false logical statement.
This makes you use logic to think that if the environment changes so do you.
Logical Appeal
or Slippery Slope

Thanks
For
WATCHING :D
Self Contradiction or Strawman
This guy is saying that homeschooling is bad when there is no evidence of that being true and all the evidence is saying is that homeschooling is good
Hasty Generalization
This ad is saying that all salads are fresh but we ALL know that they are not.
For
Ethos
Logos
Logos
Logos
Logos

Ethos
Ethos
Politicians tell
negative things about an opponent
Pathos
Logos
Ethos
Logos
Logos
Logos
Logos
Ethos
Pathos
Pathos
Resources
-Google images
www.xtragfx.com
-Google images
www.harrison.k12.ky.us
-Google Images
www.askeystudio.com
-Google images
www.blog.mlive.com
-Google images
theskepticshelpdesk.blogspot.com
-Google images
nataliedee.com
-Google images
evander.deviantart.com
-Google images
kagehime.wordpress.com
-Google images
askeystudio.com
-Google images
graphicbuzz.net
-Google images
pzrservices.typepad.com
-Google images
toxel.com

Persuasive Writing- is defined as presenting reasons and examples to influence action or thought. Effective persuasive writing requires a writer to state clearly an opinion and to supply reasons and specific examples that support the opinion.
A persuasive response should
* a strong position-be confident
* organized points
* use of transitions and rhetorical questions
* effective word choice
* strong examples of evidence.
Banning fatty foods in America-
Precise position "the only way to pull the forth-coming generation out of an obese stupor is to cut off their resources.
Rhetorical questions- Should America be the laughing stock of the world due to eating too much livestock?
Effective word choice "vat of greasy food, obese stupor, food is a life requirement but it should not be the death of anyone.
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