5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- vibrant tone
- Non Sequitur
- contentious tone
- binary analysis
- a The conclusion is not a logical result of the facts.
- b a writer tries to convince a reader that there are only 2 sides.
- c the use of many conjunctions to slow the pace
- d lively, energetic
- e ready to argue
5 Multiple choice questions
- the speaker, voice, or character assumed by the author of a piece of writing
- reasoning from the general to the specific
- Turning away from the audience to address someone new-- God, the angels, the dead (anyone not present)
- assuming one event causes another just because it happened first.
5 True/False questions
faulty analogy → a writer tries to convince a reader that there are only 2 sides.
Ad Hominem → Evading the issues by appealing to emotional reactions.
juxtaposition → placing two elements side by side to present a comparison or contrast
logos → an appeal based on logic or reason
candid tone → dull, lifeless