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Managing Conflict

Managing Conflict

Managing Conflict. Based on the book, Managing Conflict , by Ursula Markham. Why Conflict Arises. Type “A” Personality . Vs. Type “B Personality. Type ”A” Personality. Highly Competitive Strong Personality Restless when inactive Seeks Promotion Punctual Thrives on deadlines

By jana
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Rhetorical Devices

Rhetorical Devices

Rhetorical Devices. EQ: What are rhetorical devices?. Rhetorical devices are techniques writers use to enhance their arguments and make their writing effective. EQ: What are some of the common rhetorical devices I can use in my essay?. Repetition Parallelism Rhetorical Question

By Antony
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Loaded Words

Loaded Words

Loaded Words. In persuasive writing. Purpose of Persuasive Writing. to convince a reader to see the subject from the writer's point of view or to agree with the writer’s opinion using rhetoric. Word Choice. We need to think about the words we use and choose each word wisely

By arleen
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The Purpose of Rhetoric and Rhetorical Devices

The Purpose of Rhetoric and Rhetorical Devices

The Purpose of Rhetoric and Rhetorical Devices. What is rhetoric?. Rhetoric is the art of speaking and writing It’s aim is to: Persuade Inform Express a personal thought Entertain the reader. Using rhetorical devices. Use them to help strengthen the strategy of your paper

By montana
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Do Now: In your notebooks….

Do Now: In your notebooks….

Do Now: In your notebooks…. Write about a time you convinced someone to do something or buy something or believe something? What was it? How did you convince them? Do you think you are good at convincing people?. What do all these pictures have in common?. Persuasive Techniques.

By jenski
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Persuasive Techniques Unit Vocabulary

Persuasive Techniques Unit Vocabulary

Persuasive Techniques Unit Vocabulary. Reading Strand 3: Concept 3: Persuasive Text. Explain basic elements of argument in text and their relationship to the author ’ s purpose and use of persuasive strategies. PO 1. Determine the author's specific purpose for writing

By evette
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Propaganda!

Propaganda!

IMPROVED!. NEW!. Propaganda!. A MUST SEE!. Everybody is doing it!. What do these images have in common?. They are all used to influence you to do something. They are all examples of propaganda!. WHAT? A message used to persuade you to believe something or do something. Propaganda. WHY?

By silvain
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THE ART OF PERSUASION

THE ART OF PERSUASION

THE ART OF PERSUASION. According to Aristotle, when persuading others to think/do something, there are three different methods that are used: Ethos Pathos Logos A good persuasion/argument uses all three of these methods, but often, only one is used, depending on the writer.

By farren
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1. If you have the bottom of the syllabus signed then please put it on the front table.

1. If you have the bottom of the syllabus signed then please put it on the front table.

12 th grade Reminder: 20 points Extra Credit will be given for any parent who comes to back to school night this Thursday from 6-8. Just make sure they sign in. 1. If you have the bottom of the syllabus signed then please put it on the front table.

By kieve
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PROPAGANDA

PROPAGANDA

PROPAGANDA. How writers and advertisers use your feelings and emotions to persuade you to agree with them. SPI 0601.5.4 Identify examples of persuasive devices (i.e., bandwagon, loaded terms, testimonial, name-calling). Where do we see propaganda?. Newspapers and books Magazines Internet

By ronli
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Propaganda

Propaganda

Propaganda. Propaganda is information, ideas, or rumors deliberately spread widely to help or harm a person, group, movement, institution, nation, etc.

By diallo
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CATalyst Interactive Experiences

CATalyst Interactive Experiences

CATalyst Interactive Experiences. Exploring Identity and Loaded Words. Ground Rules. Understand that we are all learning Respect Others Be open to talking about difficult topics Debate vs. Dialogue Present your real self Speak from your own experiences Let people complete their thoughts

By gaye
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The Power of Persuasion Part One

The Power of Persuasion Part One

The Power of Persuasion Part One. Created by Cindy Farnum. What is Persuasive Writing?.

By cicily
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Propaganda

Propaganda

Propaganda. Testimonial. Bandwagon. Loaded Words. Faulty Cause. Bandwagon. Bandwagon. Army and Government Bandwagon. Testimonial. Testimonial. Kelly Rippa. Loaded Words. Loaded Words. If you love your children, vote for Barack Obama. Faulty Cause. Faulty Cause. Mini Wheats.

By tress
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Persuasion Techniques

Persuasion Techniques

Persuasion Techniques. Propaganda and Advertising. What is Persuasion?. A means of convincing people: to buy a certain product to believe something or act in a certain way to agree with a point of view. Common persuasive techniques often used in advertising. Bandwagon

By virgil
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Propaganda

Propaganda

Propaganda. What do these images have in common?. Propaganda . Ways that a company gets you to believe something, do something, or buy something They appeal to your emotions, persuade you with facts, and/or persuade you with a credible source. Bandwagon.

By moanna
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Welcome! Test Review

Welcome! Test Review

Welcome! Test Review. presenting a narrow, fixed idea about all members of a certain group. takes advantage of people’s desire to be a part of a group or to be popular.

By amil
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Propaganda!

Propaganda!

IMPROVED!. NEW!. Propaganda!. A MUST SEE!. Everybody is doing it!. What do these images have in common?. They are all used to influence you to do something. They are all examples of propaganda!. WHAT? A message used to persuade you to believe something or do something. Propaganda. WHY?

By nellis
(411 views)

What is Persuasive Writing?

What is Persuasive Writing?

What is Persuasive Writing?. Definition: persuasive writing… seeks to convince its readers to embrace the point-of-view presented by appealing to the audience’s reason and understanding through argument and/or entreaty. Persuasive Genres. You encounter persuasion every day. TV Commercials

By rowena
(93 views)

Superfoods

Superfoods

Superfoods. What are superfoods?. Helps regulate metabolism Lower cholesterol and blood pressure Helps prevent cancer Protects organs from toxins Helps digestive system. Picture 2. Rise in superfood sales. Superfood prices have increased because of: Nutritional properties

By adli
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