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Argument Review

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  • Q1

    A logical way of presenting a belief, conclusion, or stance. A good argument is supported with reasoning and evidence.

    Evidence

    Argument

    Logical Appeal

    Claim

    30s
  • Q2

    A persuasive appeal that will bring out a specific feeling or emotion in the reader. Typically, the writer will use imagery to take the reader on a journey, which will make them want to support their cause.

    Pathos (emotional appeal) 

    Logos (logical appeal)

    Ethos (ethical appeal)

    30s
  • Q3

    The writer's position or stance. The side they are picking to argue. 

    Claim

    Evidence

    Reason

    Argument

    30s
  • Q4

    A persuasive appeal that uses factual information, including dates and statistics, that can be proven to be true.

    Logos (Logical appeal)

    Pathos (emotional appeal) 

    Ethos (ethical appeal)

    Personal Observation 

    30s
  • Q5

    The opposing views readers might hold. 

    Counterclaim 

    Claim

    Evidence

    Rebuttal

    30s
  • Q6

    What type of persuasive appeal is this an example of? - As a doctor, I am qualified to tell you that this course of treatment will likely generate the best results.

    Ethos

    Logos

    Pathos

    30s
  • Q7

    What type of persuasive appeal is this an example of? - A snickers bar has 280 calories and 30 grams of sugar. That's not very healthy.

    Pathos

    Ethos

    Logos

    30s
  • Q8

    The first step in supporting and backing up your claim and build your argument. 

    Claim

    Appeal

    Reason

    Evidence

    30s
  • Q9

    What is this an example of? - Studies show that 78% of teens go home after school and watch tv or play video games without getting up for hours. 

    Evidence - Facts/Statistics 

    Evidence - Anecdote 

    Evidence - Personal Observation 

    Evidence - Expert Opinion 

    30s
  • Q10

    Specific information used to support your claim and further strengthen your argument. 

    Reason

    Claim

    Evidence

    Argument

    30s
  • Q11

    A persuasive appeal that will build trust and credibility with the reader. Examples would include testimonials from celebrities or information from an expert.

    Ethos (ethical appeal)

    Pathos (emotional appeal)

    Logos (logical appeal)

    30s
  • Q12

    A response to a counterclaim further proving and supporting your claim.

    Rebuttal

    Counterargument 

    Reason

    Evidence

    30s
  • Q13

    What type of persuasive appeal is this an example of? - A cup of coffee can provide one child with a healthy, nutritious meal for day.

    Ethos 

    Pathos 

    Logos

    30s
  • Q14

    Words that urge the reader, listener, or viewer of a sales promotion message to take an immediate action, such as "Write Now," "Call Now," or (on Internet) "Click Here"

    Evidence

    Rebuttal

    Call to action

    Encouragement 

    30s
  • Q15

    What is this an example of? - Teens should spend more time being outside and active than on technological devices. 

    Rebuttal

    Reason

    Evidence

    Claim

    30s

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