Classification and Division
Appeals to Logos
Process Analysis
Exemplification
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T or F: Classification and division is used to categorize a text into different groups. 

True

100

T or F: Logos is the appeal to emotions.

False

100

T or F: Process analysis is used when teaching someone how to do something step-by-step. 

True

100

What topic would this cover: March Madness, Court, Jerseys, 3 pointers

Basketball

200

T or F: Classification and division are used for clarity and explanation purposes. 

True

200

T or F: When a speaker cites scientific data, that is considered as logos. 

True

200

What is process analysis? 

Describing how to do something, how something works, or how something was done. 

200

What is exemplification? 

Showing by example
300

What is classification and division?

Classifying items in your writing by putting them into different categories, and dividing up subtopics that are made when utilizing the rhetorical mode of classification.

300

Is this an example of logos? "All men are mortal. Socrates is a man. Therefore, Socrates is mortal."

Yes

300

T or F: These are examples of process analysis; "How to mow your lawn," "How to build a house," How to make a sandwich"

True

300

T or F: Exemplification is used in writing to further explain a topic. 

True

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T or F: Classifying a news article into subtopics would be classification. 

True

400

T or F: Any logical statement can be a form of logos.

True

400

What are some questions you can ask while conducting a process analysis?

Where does the process start? Where does it end? What work is being done? Who does the work?

400

How do you write an exemplificatory essay?

Write a short description including all the main points of your topic and describe in greater detail later on.

500

T or F: Imagery is often used to support classification and division. 

True

500

What are three forms logos can be?

Fact, number, statistic

500
T or F: The most important part of process analysis is that you are very vague in what you are describing. 

False; you want to be as clear as possible. 

500

What is the difference between description and exemplification?

Exemplification provides individual examples of a topic. Description uses vivid wording to describe a topic.

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