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Methods of Persuasion
Transcript of Methods of Persuasion
SPREAD THE WORD GET YOUR SCORE METHODS OF PERSUASION Wednesday, Oct. 31 - Friday, Nov. 2 In-class presentations will take place on Monday, Nov. 5 and Tuesday, Nov. 6 or or In addition to the presented work product, each project must include a Typed Works Cited Page containing FIVE reputable and related sources that can be used for further research. ETHOS PATHOS LOGOS appeal to credibility appeal to emotion appeal to reason speaker's experience, awards, first-hand knowledge feelings, personal reactions, audience's biases fact-based message, argument is inherently sound Aristotle's Three Argumentative Appeals
(a.k.a. "The Rhetorical Triangle" Sample #1: "Why 'A Clockwork Orange' Should be Added to School Curriculum." Things to Remember: Did I provide my works cited on a separate page?
Did I cite multiple works (= “Works Cited”) or a single work (= “Work Cited”)?
Did I center “Works Cited” at the top of the page?
Did I alphabetize my Works Cited page?
Did I align each new entry to the left of the page?
Did I indent each line after line 1 of each entry? (a.k.a. “hanging indent” format)
Did I double-space my Works Cited page?
Did I make sure not to put bullet points or numbers alongside each entry?
Did I use the appropriate font? (Times New Roman 12)
ARE ALL MY SOURCES RELEVANT, SCHOLARLY, AND REPUTABLE?
DO I HAVE FIVE SOURCES? Works Cited “This is what we feared,” said David Robinson, the state climatologist at Rutgers University. “I’m stretching to find a case where this storm could have been worse. Everything is unprecedented. I can reel off a long list of horrible storms, but I can’t think of any worse than this.” Oct. 31, 2012 Sample #2: Help provide disaster relief to areas affected by Superstorm Sandy. 1-800-RED CROSS
to make a $10 donation.