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RHETORIC

RHETORIC

RHETORIC. A brief introduction. Please grab a notes handout at the front. Thinking Rhetorically. Quick Review: Pathos? How does the piece move your heart? Ethos? How does the piece employ your trust? Logos? How does the piece change your mind?. Let’s see what you know….

By jaden
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Visual Arguments Notes and 3 Tasks

Visual Arguments Notes and 3 Tasks

AP English Language and Composition Mrs. Wendy Turner. Visual Arguments Notes and 3 Tasks. Visual Arguments Make Claims. When people think of argument, they probably think of shouting and not budging. But you see—and hear—arguments every day, often without realizing it.

By gus
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Visual Args (WA C. 9) ‏

Visual Args (WA C. 9) ‏

Visual Args (WA C. 9) ‏. Rhetorical Triangle Visual arguments help all points of triangle How?. Ways of Analyzing Visual Args. As you view a visual object, think about: Design Elements Compositional Features of drawings or photographs Genre We'll look at each of these in turn.

By kyran
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Breakthrough Cancer Pain (Nycomed Ad)

Breakthrough Cancer Pain (Nycomed Ad)

Breakthrough Cancer Pain (Nycomed Ad). Background Information. Cancer Pain: approximately 30% to 50% of people with cancer experience pain while undergoing treatment, and 70% to 90% of people with advanced cancer experience pain. (Lesage P. and Portenoy RK, Cancer Control )

By cliff
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Persuasion is an Argument for a Intelligent but Uninformed audience.

Persuasion is an Argument for a Intelligent but Uninformed audience.

After carefully considering the visual argument below, write an argument either condoning or refuting this idea. Add support of your own to strengthen your argument: evidence, emotional appeals, and so on. Conclude your brief argument with a convincing statement.

By badrani
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Bandit's Roost , Jacob Riis, from How the Other Half Lives, 1888.

Bandit's Roost , Jacob Riis, from How the Other Half Lives, 1888.

Bandit's Roost , Jacob Riis, from How the Other Half Lives, 1888. . This image is the Bandit's Roost slum at 59½ Mulberry Street, considered one of the most crime-ridden, dangerous parts of New York City. OVERVIEW – What is the overall impression you get from this photograph?

By yoshi
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Term Paper: Oral Presentation

Term Paper: Oral Presentation

Term Paper: Oral Presentation. CS4001 Kristin Marsicano. Outline. Relevance of presentation skills Preparing your talk Submitting your materials Giving your talk Evaluating your talk Participating in the presentations . Why are presentation skills relevant to you?.

By lalo
(168 views)

EL 104: Smithsonian Project

EL 104: Smithsonian Project

EL 104: Smithsonian Project. Photo Essay Blog. EL 104: Course Objectives.

By rasia
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Writing with Visuals

Writing with Visuals

Writing with Visuals. Scanlon 1105 October 21, 2009. Visuals. Visuals are images that represent the things, ideas, concepts and realities of the world we know. Visual Argument. Visual argument is persuading with visuals Get your reader’s attention

By kevork
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RHETROIC

RHETROIC

RHETROIC. A brief introduction. Please grab a notes handout at the front. Thinking Rhetorically. Quick Review: Pathos? How does the piece move your heart? Ethos? How does the piece employ your trust? Logos? How does the piece change your mind?. Let’s see what you know….

By yardley
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Think about the effect of juxtaposing two concepts. So What?????

Think about the effect of juxtaposing two concepts. So What?????

Juxtaposition: the act or an instance of placing two or more things side by side; also : the state of being so placed So urce: Merriam Webster dictionary. Think about the effect of juxtaposing two concepts. So What?????.

By wing-burns
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AP English Language and Composition

AP English Language and Composition

AP English Language and Composition. Tuesday, October 21 st , 2014. Warm-Up:. Consider : write this down in your journal: “Once I am sure there’s nothing going on I step inside letting the door thud shut.” – Philip Larkin Think/Pair/Share : What feelings are evoked by the word thud ?

By evangeline-byrd
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AP English Language and Composition

AP English Language and Composition

AP English Language and Composition. Thursday, October 23 rd , 2014. Warm-Up. Journal: Which type of appeal (ethos, logos, or pathos) do you think most often persuades you? Give an example. Which do you think is least effective in persuading you? Why? Editorial Cartoon Analysis. Due.

By odysseus-patton
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The Possibility and Actuality of Visual Argument Issue: whether there can be visual arguments

The Possibility and Actuality of Visual Argument Issue: whether there can be visual arguments

The Possibility and Actuality of Visual Argument Issue: whether there can be visual arguments. Govier’s Policy No supplementation without justification (pages 43 – 44). Typically with visual images we have to add all the premises and all the conclusions to images.

By mackenzie-donaldson
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Think about the effect of juxtaposing two concepts. So What?????

Think about the effect of juxtaposing two concepts. So What?????

Juxtaposition: the act or an instance of placing two or more things side by side; also : the state of being so placed So urce: Merriam Webster dictionary. Think about the effect of juxtaposing two concepts. So What?????.

By loretta-marinel
(100 views)

RHETORIC

RHETORIC

RHETORIC. A brief introduction. Please grab a notes handout at the front. Thinking Rhetorically. Quick Review: Pathos? How does the piece move your heart? Ethos? How does the piece employ your trust? Logos? How does the piece change your mind?. Let’s see what you know….

By elijah-guerra
(96 views)

Visual Argumentation

Visual Argumentation

Visual Argumentation. Visual arguments use images to engage viewers and persuade them to accept a particular idea or point of view. Advertisements use images to make a product appealing or to link a product to a particular lifestyle or identity.

By erinn
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Visual Arguments

Visual Arguments

Visual Arguments. Advertisements, Political Cartoons & Other Messages. Let’s remind our brain…. What is an argument? Write down two things you remember about argument. What is a visual argument?. Anything we can see that makes a claim about the way things are or ought to be

By jjennifer
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Analyzing Visual Arguments

Analyzing Visual Arguments

Analyzing Visual Arguments. Visual arguments use images to engage viewers and persuade them to accept a particular idea or point of view. Advertisements are only one type of visual argument. Any argument, visual or verbal, contains 3 main elements: Claims Evidence Assumptions.

By cboyer
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Think about the effect of juxtaposing two concepts.  So What?????

Think about the effect of juxtaposing two concepts. So What?????

Juxtaposition: the act or an instance of placing two or more things side by side; also : the state of being so placed So urce: Merriam Webster dictionary. Think about the effect of juxtaposing two concepts. So What?????.

By phaneuf
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