4 Written Questions
4 Multiple Choice Questions
- Methods, not based in fact, that are used to make arguments more persuasive
- Good feelings, looks, or ideas, are transferred to the person for whom the item is intended.
- Strongly Suggests the focus of a paragraph.
- Presenting only information that is positive to a n idea and omitting information that is negative to the idea.
4 True/False Questions
Glittering Generality → Emotionally appealing words that are applied to a product, but that present no concrete argument or analysis.
Bandwagon → This technique tries to convince everyone to join in and do the same thing.
Name - Calling → Presenting only information that is positive to a n idea and omitting information that is negative to the idea.
View Point → The authors prospective on a topic. Sometimes it's presented directly. Other times, the reader will have to infer how the author feels about the issue or topic.