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ENG101 (SP16)- WK 10 (Persuasive Writing and Documentaries)
Transcript of ENG101 (SP16)- WK 10 (Persuasive Writing and Documentaries)
Earlier, we talked about Ethos, Pathos, and Logos. Today, we're going to watch some clips from documentaries to identify good persuasive techniques!
Documentary Viewing Guide
As we watch the documentary together, please take notes on the persuasive elements and techniques that you notice.
Welcome to Class!
Please take a handout from the front
It's time for a storm...
Why, you ask?
1. You will undoubtedly need to be persuasive in life.
2. Our next project is an argumentative essay.
Let's check out the directions!
Erik and Francisco!
"Hungry for Change"
The overall thesis
The claim that negates your thesis
Evidence that negates the counterclaim
Adds to Ethos (you seem credible and impartial)
This can convince the opposition, or allow you to find common ground
Social networking has a negative effect on in-person social skills.
With a partner, you will discuss possible ways to incorporate ethos, pathos, logos, counterclaims, and rebuttals into your Persuasive Essay.
Please focus on
partner at a time and help each other to fill out the Persuasive Essay Planning Guide. Consider showing your partner your Smore so that they can help you choose the content you need.
Do you agree/disagree?
Have you seen this in your own life?
How does this relate to your argument essay?