Propaganda
SOAPSTONES
Persuasion
Nonfiction
Social Changes
100

What type of propaganda uses a celebrity to make a consumer want to buy something?

Testimonial

100
The point of view or person writing the piece of nonfiction.

Speaker

100

When an argument is constructed based on the ethics or credibility of the person making the argument.

Ethos

100

What is the typical structure of a letter/speech?

Problem/solution
100

What was the main goal of the Civil Rights Movement?

Integration

200

"Recycle. Everybody is doing it!"

Bandwagon

200

The attitude of the speaker towards the subject.

Tone

200

Use of emotions to persuade an audience.

Pathos
200

What is the typical POV of a newspaper article?

3rd person

200

What was the main goal of the Women's Suffrage Movement?

Women's right to vote

300

McDonald's chicken is sketchy. Come to Wendy's where you know the chicken is REAL chicken!

Name-Calling

300

To persuade, inform, or entertain...

Purpose

300

Use of logic and reasoning to persuade an audience.

Logos

300

What is the typical POV of a letter?

1st person

300

What was the point of the American Revolution?

American colonies separating from Great Britain.

400

9/10 dentists recommend Listerine as the number one mouthwash on the market!

Transfer

400

This can be positive, negative, or neutral...formal or informal...

Tone

400

Speech or writing intended to be effective and influence people.

Rhetoric

400

What is the typical occasion of a flyer?

Current event

400

What was MLK's dream?

That his children would see a world where everyone was equal.

500

Something about wearing Levi's jeans on a summer day makes you feel free...

Glittering Generalities

500
What are the five types of text structure?

Chronological/sequence, cause/effect, problem/solution, compare/contrast, & description

500

Who was Aristotle?

A Greek philosopher during the Classical period who made contributions to all fields of philosophy and science, invented the field of formal logic, and identified the various scientific disciplines and explored their relationships to each other.

500

Who is the most common audience of a nonfiction piece?

Adults

500

Who was the President that initiated the spy network in the American Revolution?

George Washington

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