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Tools of Persuasion

Mrs. Smith's Lesson on Persuasion, 5th grade

Chrystal Smith

on 14 January 2013

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Tools of Persuasion First Order of Business: Bandwagon But, Mom! Everyone else
gets a new cell phone. Fact? or Opinion? Key Terms Every year but leap year has 365 days. 1. 2. French fries taste better with ketchup. 3. My friend has six fingers on one hand. Stereotype Anyone who makes good grades is a nerd. Alicia Keys attended the Professional Performing Arts School in Manhattan, where she graduated as valedictorian. She received a scholarship to Columbia University in New York. Do all 7th graders REALLY have cell phones? Hermione Granger depicter is known for her high grades at school that enabled her to go to college. She went to The Ivy League college at Brown University in 2009. Name calling Don't listen to Mr. Hopper when he says playing in the street is dangerous. He's just a mean old man who doesn't want you to have any fun! Repetition Air and Rebut Endorsement http://www.livingroomcandidate.org/commercials/1952 At Progressive, we show the other company’s policy, then ours. We want to be sure that you get the best deal. Association "Four out of five dentists recommend..." "Kid tested. Mother approved." We associate with a politician the idea of a nurturing father and a man of strong
family values when we see him on the campaign trail holding and kissing babies. Advertisements show us positive images that they want us to associate with their product. 1. Determine Author's Purpose
2. Determine Author's Intent Brainstorm 1.) Encourage you to believe something.

2.) Urge you to take action.

3.) Convince you to buy something. What's the purpose of persuasion? http://www.watchknowlearn.org/Video.aspx?VideoID=51063
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