Logos pathos and ethos
Argument
Introduction
Target audience and a call to action/ Thesis
100

Sally was saving up for a hoverboard because 50% of her friends have one. What is this sentence Ethos, Pathos, Or Logos

Logos

100

What is an argument.

a argument is a statement of the writer's position regarding an issue. It provides evidence.

100

What does an introduction have to have. 

It has to have 3 parts.

100

what's a target audience.

the particular group of people to which an advertisement, a product, a website or a television or radio programmed is directed

200

Donate today to help save the homeless animals.

Pathos

200

What is a Claim.

A Claim must be a debatable statement expressed clearly and definitively. 

200

What are the 3 parts.

Hook, bridge, Claim 

200

What is a call to action

something such as a speech, piece of writing, or act that asks or encourages people to take action about a problem

300

Hi please donate to animal shelter to help animals find a forever home. 80% of humans would do this even Lady gaga. 

Ethos, pathos, logos

300

What's a Rebuttal

The authors response to the counterclaim. 

300

What's a hook.

grabs readers attention start with a shocking statement or fact and be creative. 

300

What is a Thesis.

A thesis states the writers position on topic and provides supporting reasons.

400

Hey I'm Taylor Swift come buy brownie flavored crickets today for $12.00 a bag.

Ethos and Logos

400

What's a counterclaim.

A counterclaim is the opposite side of the argument.

400

What's the Bridge.

A bridge connects to the hook. explains why the topic is important.

400

True or False the Thesis is the most important part of the introduction.

true

500

Math is fun until it comes to fractions come buy the fraction robot now to do all the work for you. 60% of humans would buy this. It's only $123.00 dollars today. 

Logos

500

what are the reasons?

The reasons are evidence, facts, that provide explanations and elaboration. 

500

What's the Claim.

Claim - Writer's position provides supporting reasons.

500

true or false the thesis is not the last sentence of the introduction.

False

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