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9th grade Persuasive Techniques
Transcript of 9th grade Persuasive Techniques
I can identify the primary argument and its
supporting techniques in persuasive
writing. LOGOS PATHOS Persuasive Techniques ETHOS FACTS EMOTIONS Trust If people trust you,
they will believe and
listen to what you have
to say. EXPERIENCE If you've done it, then you are credible to defend it. KNOWLEDGE If you have done your research, you are credible to defend your point AUTHORITY The ability to use your expert title to persuade you that they
correct. CREDIBILITY EXAMPLES OF ETHOS HOW CAN
YOU USE ETHOS
IN YOUR WRITING? Statistics presentation of data
Numbers Outside Sources pulling quotes from outside sources to help support your argument. EXAMPLES
OF LOGOS HOW CAN YOU
USE LOGOS IN
YOUR WRITING? COMMON KNOWLEDGE Any factual information that is publicly known. Tapping into emotions appealing to emotions
frustration Creating Emotional Appeal Images
Knowing Your Audience Need to be aware and familiar with targeted audience for the argument. Do your RESEARCH!! Examples of Pathos How can you use pathos in your writing? CAUSE AND EFFECT Definition One event automatically produces another WORDS TO IDENTIFY Due to As a result of Through the analysis of Because of ____... this occurred Examples of Cause and Effect How can you use cause and effect in your writing? ANALOGY Comparison Definition A comparison between two different things.
Likely to be situational
Similar to a simile or metaphor Words/ Phrases to look for Like As Similar to Example of Analogy How can you use analogy to help you persuade better? YOUR TURN Create two examples of each persuasive technique. ARGUMENT Set of statements where it is claimed that one statement (conclusion) is true and supported by other statements.
Conclusions: The argument the person making the argument is trying to convince the reader or, their point. Essentially, this is your thesis. An elementary school teacher is believed to have great authority talking to you about standardized testing in 3rd grade. Andrada Polytechnic High School is a one-to-one laptop based school Using a cancer survivor's story of losing a body part to persuade the reader/listener to contribute money to cancer research. If If students do not do their homework, it is likely they will not do well on their tests. Argument: You must fuel your body for energy if you want to continue at the same pace.
Analogy: It's just like making sure that your car has enough gas to get you where you need to go. Why should I listen to you? Rationale