english (notificatins)

an appeal to logic--(persuasive appeals)
the emotions that a speaker demonstrates towards his or her subject--(pathos)
an appeal to the credibilty of the speaker--(ethos)
an appeal to a sense of right or wrong--(logos)
devices in a speech that seek to convince an audience(tone0

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  1. http://courses.durhamtech.edu/perkins/aris.html

    Read carefully and rethink your answers.

  2. persuasive appeals--(E)
    tone--(B)
    ethos--(C)
    pathos--(D)
    logos--(A)

    Please-check

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  3. I have no idea what A, B, C, D, and E are referring to.

    Please list the definition next to the term so they make sense.

  4. Sorry!!
    persuasive appeals--devices in a speech that seek to convince an audience

    tone--the emotion that a speaker demonstrares towards his or her subject

    ethos--an appeal to the credibility of the speaker

    pathos--an appeal to a sense of right or wrong

    logos--an appeal to logic

    Had to match word with meaning

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  5. Your definitions for ethos, logos, and tone are correct.

    pathos = emotions <~~how will you use that definition?

  6. I think in general audiences, emotion plays an important part. Ever been to a political rally?

  7. Thank you for the help

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  8. You're very welcome. It's not an easy subject, that's for sure!

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