Persuasive Techniques, Biographies & Memoir
A type of autobiography that covers a short period of time in the person's life
story of a person's life written by another person
An account of a person's life written by that person
to transport; to transmit; to show; to communicate, make known; to transfer ownership or title to
A statement or assertion that is open to challenge and that requires support
a fallacy of concluding that an event is caused by another event simply because it follows it
engaging the audience's emotions for the purpose of persuasion
relies on endorsements from well-known people or satisfied customers
Reasoning formed based on either untrue or misunderstood ideas.
Propaganda technique encouraging the viewer to like something or someone because everyone else does
Refers to using elements in sentences that are grammatically similar or identical in structure, sound, meaning, or meter. Examples: Easy come, easy go.
In persuasive text, a statement that overstates or represents more than what is true
When an author says two things that cannot both be true
Statement that infers something that is not truthful;
a statement that leads the reader in the wrong direction in a persuasive text