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  1. WRITE BITES Early College Campus

  2. Ethos, Pathos 1. Ethos = an ethical or moral argument 2. Pathos = an emotional argument

  3. Review Pathos • Pathos: Pathos is related to the words pathetic, sympathy and empathy.  • Those who wish to persuade you will play with your emotions. They may persuade you with fear, love, patriotism, guilt, hate or joy. • A majority of arguments in the popular press are heavily dependent on appealing to your emotions.  We, as a society, should not react to emotional arguments without fully considering all of the facts.  • Appeals to pathos touch a nerve and compel people to not only listen, but to also take the next step and act in the world.

  4. Click Link: PATHOS: Example Remember Pathos strives on an emotional argument. In this clip : Will you see what happens when someone does not think about consequences? Motivate yourself and others to believe in what you can Achieve to make a difference?

  5. Review : TIGER STEPS to Answer Questions • ANSWERthe QUESTION! • PROVE!! your Answer with a Quote. • EXPLAIN AND make meaningful CONNECTIONS to your Answer

  6. Read and Write your Response: STUDENTS READ THIS ALONE You will have 10 minutes to write 3-5 lines and make connections to text. Question: Does emotion carry over the decisions we make on a daily basis? Do you think with a PATHOS argument you can make a difference in other people? How can you apply a PATHOS argument about this topic you just viewed? What kind of motivation did it give the audience? Give evidence and examples after you view this clip .Write and explain in your own words and apply details of how Pathos was applied in the video. Explain. Click the Link! After reading the question.

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