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5 Written questions

4 Matching questions

  1. Testimonials
  2. Statistics
  3. Glittering Generalities
  4. Bandwagon
  1. a persuasive technique that uses words to make an idea sounds better or worse than it really is
  2. b The Surgeon General's 2001 report on women and smoking found that 30% of female high school smokers continue to smoke into adulthood.
  3. c persuasive technique that has an expert or someone you respect endorse an idea so that you will want to believe that also
  4. d persuasive technique that makes you want to be part of the crowd and not left out; make you want to be like everyone else

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. They lost their last eight games by 20 points or more. But all things considered, they'll take their chances with what they have.
  2. Every 18 minutes, every day of the year, someone is killed in a drunk driving accident.
  3. "To me, style without substance isn't very stylish." said Jordan.
  4. The plan will save or create 3.5 million new jobs, make critical investments in our infrastructure and give 95 percent of working Americans a tax cut.
  5. After graduating high school, all Americans should be prepared to attend at least one year of job training or higher education to better equip our workforce for the 21st century economy.

5 True/False questions

  1. Testimonialspersuasive technique that uses data, ratios, or percents to promote an idea

          

  2. Glittering GeneralitiesJusten Beeber ate his Wheaties before the tests and passed his assessment!

          

  3. Testimonialspersuasive technique that uses data, ratios, or percents to promote an idea

          

  4. StatisticsNine out of ten eighth graders will earn an exemplary rating on the reading assessments!

          

  5. Glittering GeneralitiesJusten Beeber ate his Wheaties before the tests and passed his assessment!

          

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