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16 terms
5
compelling
diligent
dogged
endure
forceful
hard-working
stubbornly persevering
put up with
compelling
forceful
diligent
hard-working
10 terms
Persuasive
Convince
Assumption
Argument
Ethos
Persuade
A belief or statement taken for granted without proof.
A statement put forth and supported by evidence
Credibility
Convince
Persuade
Assumption
A belief or statement taken for granted without proof.
Main Sources and Types of Power
Authority
Force
Coercion
Inducement
Legitimate use of power/power exercised legitimately
Physical assertion
Compel or force
Persuade
Authority
Legitimate use of power/power exercised legitimately
Force
Physical assertion
14 terms
Persuasive Adjectives
Authentic
Cogent
Cohesive
Compelling
Real
Repevant
Works together
Intriguing
Authentic
Real
Cogent
Repevant
8 terms
Wordstudy : persuasive words
persuade
convince
opinion
issue
To convince someone in what you are believing.
Persuade by argument or proof .
What one person thinks ; not as strong as knowledge.
Point to be debated ; problem.
persuade
To convince someone in what you are believing.
convince
Persuade by argument or proof .
Persuasive Analysis Terms
claim
support
viewpoint
persuasive techniques
a writer's position on an argument or issue
the reasons or evidence to prove your claim
author's attitude on an issue
methods used to sway your heart and mind such as: emotional a…
claim
a writer's position on an argument or issue
support
the reasons or evidence to prove your claim
Persuasive Techniques
Opinion
High Modality
Low Modality
Alliteration
A personal belief or judgment that is not founded on proof or…
Language that is certain, firm and definite
Language that is not forceful and offers alternative solutions
The repetition of consonant sounds at the beginning of words
Opinion
A personal belief or judgment that is not founded on proof or…
High Modality
Language that is certain, firm and definite
13 terms
Persuasive Writing Terms
persuasive writing
argument
controversial topic
position
a writing that attempts to convince the audience to agree wit…
a claim supported by evidence
topics about which there can be some disagreement
a stance or viewpoint on an issue. In persuasive writing, you…
persuasive writing
a writing that attempts to convince the audience to agree wit…
argument
a claim supported by evidence
Intro to Persuasive Writing
persuasion
assertion
compelling
convince
communication intended to induce belief or action
the act of affirming or stating something
driving or forcing
make realize the truth or validity of something
persuasion
communication intended to induce belief or action
assertion
the act of affirming or stating something
Chapter 1 Persuasive Communications
How many ads do we see daily?
What changes in communication have tak…
Define persuasion
Symbolic Process (How do symbols relat…
250-5000
1) Speed of communication has increased.... 2) Method of communi…
A symbolic process in which commentators try to convince othe…
Symbols are a form of language which represent broader concep…
How many ads do we see daily?
250-5000
What changes in communication have tak…
1) Speed of communication has increased.... 2) Method of communi…
Angeli persuasive writing
persuasive writing
logical fallacy
appeals
rhetorical fallacy
writing that attempts to convince the reader or listener to a…
An error in reasoning that renders an argument invalid
using the endorsement , approval or voice of an authority to…
Speech or writing that is false or misleading
persuasive writing
writing that attempts to convince the reader or listener to a…
logical fallacy
An error in reasoning that renders an argument invalid
13 terms
Jones - Persuasive Writing Terms
persuasive writing
argument
controversial topic
position
a writing that attempts to convince the audience to agree wit…
a claim supported by evidence
topics about which there can be some disagreement
a stance or viewpoint on an issue. In persuasive writing, you…
persuasive writing
a writing that attempts to convince the audience to agree wit…
argument
a claim supported by evidence
13 terms
MS 8th Grade Persuasive Writing
persuasive writing
argument
controversial topic
position
writing to convince the audience to agree with the author's o…
a claim supported by evidence
topics about which there can be some disagreement
a stance or viewpoint on an issue. In persuasive writing, you…
persuasive writing
writing to convince the audience to agree with the author's o…
argument
a claim supported by evidence
25 terms
Persuasive Speaking
Logos
Pathos
Ethos
Evidence
referred to persuasion by using logical argument.
referred to the use of emotional means of persuasion
referred to the reputation, authority, and integrity of the s…
is the facts that support a claim.
Logos
referred to persuasion by using logical argument.
Pathos
referred to the use of emotional means of persuasion
13 terms
persuasive comm chapter 1
persuasion
5 key elements of persuasion
persuasion changes
symbol
Symbolic process that trys to convince others to change their…
source, media, message, medium, public, effect
number and speed of communication, institutionalization, digi…
form of language representing broader concepts or ideas with…
persuasion
Symbolic process that trys to convince others to change their…
5 key elements of persuasion
source, media, message, medium, public, effect
23 terms
Persuasive Texts
rebuttal (example)
rebuttal (definition)
rebuttal transition words (examples)
counterclaim (example)
Ex: However, summer break is an important time for kids to de…
Def: the act of refuting ("shutting down") the opposing side'…
Ex: however, but, although, regardless
Ex: Some supporters of year-round schooling argue that studen…
rebuttal (example)
Ex: However, summer break is an important time for kids to de…
rebuttal (definition)
Def: the act of refuting ("shutting down") the opposing side'…
13 terms
Persuasive Writing Unit
persuasive writing
argument
controversial topic
position
writing to convince the audience to agree with the author's o…
a claim or position supported by evidence
topics about which there can be some disagreement
a stance or viewpoint on an issue. In persuasive writing, you…
persuasive writing
writing to convince the audience to agree with the author's o…
argument
a claim or position supported by evidence
13 terms
Persuasive Writing Unit
persuasive writing
argument
controversial topic
position
writing to convince the audience to agree with the author's o…
a claim supported by evidence
topics about which there can be some disagreement
a stance or viewpoint on an issue. In persuasive writing, you…
persuasive writing
writing to convince the audience to agree with the author's o…
argument
a claim supported by evidence
21 terms
Persuasive Academic Vocabulary
accurate
bias
contrast
convince
without error, factual, correct and exact
a preference for something or someone that prevents fair deci…
to show differences in one or more things when compared with…
to persuade; to cause one to feel sure about something
accurate
without error, factual, correct and exact
bias
a preference for something or someone that prevents fair deci…
44 terms
Persuasive Communication - Comm 367 Set 1
Persuasion is...
Conditions of Persuasion
Outcomes of persuasion
Influence v. Persuasion
symbolic communication-2 or more people-with the intent to ch…
Must have shared symbolic system - Requires intent - Does not…
attempts to shape responses - Attempts to change beliefs , at…
Influence is a power that affects something v. Persuasion has…
Persuasion is...
symbolic communication-2 or more people-with the intent to ch…
Conditions of Persuasion
Must have shared symbolic system - Requires intent - Does not…
7 terms
Persuasive terms
Ethos
Logos
Pathos
Issue
The "ethical" aspect of persuasive writing. Consists of writi…
The "logical" aspect of persuasive writing providing the read…
Pathos personal aspect of persuasive writing the writer provi…
A matter of importance that needs to be examined and resolve…
Ethos
The "ethical" aspect of persuasive writing. Consists of writi…
Logos
The "logical" aspect of persuasive writing providing the read…
28 terms
Persuasive Text and Media
Persuade
Examples of Persuasive Text
Purpose of Persuasive Text
Position
to convince or influence an audience to do, buy into, or beli…
articles, letters, editorials, ads, posters
to influence an audience to believe something
One side of the issue
Persuade
to convince or influence an audience to do, buy into, or beli…
Examples of Persuasive Text
articles, letters, editorials, ads, posters
10 terms
Building Vocabulary- Chapter 1
comply
appropriate
alternative
drastic
to do as commanded (verb)
proper; suitable to the situation (adj)
a choice (noun)
extreme; harsh or intense (adj)
comply
to do as commanded (verb)
appropriate
proper; suitable to the situation (adj)
10 terms
Zach's lie 11-20
destination
vigorously
authorizing
tentatively
stopping place, journey's end
with great force or energy
giving power or permission
uncertainly, cautiously or shyly
destination
stopping place, journey's end
vigorously
with great force or energy
12 terms
Vocabulary Workshop 6
barrier
reluctant
eloquent
thereby
something that prevents people from doing something
hesitant and unwilling
able to say things well
in that way, thus
barrier
something that prevents people from doing something
reluctant
hesitant and unwilling
5 terms
stem study: pel - push (level 4)
compel
expel
impel
compelling
(verb) to force or strongly persuade; coerce... SYN: oblige, dri…
(verb) to send out or away... SYN: drive out, evacuate, discharg…
(verb) To force, drive forward... SYN: compel, induce, boost, ex…
(adjective) Forceful and convincing... SYN: fascinating, irresis…
compel
(verb) to force or strongly persuade; coerce... SYN: oblige, dri…
expel
(verb) to send out or away... SYN: drive out, evacuate, discharg…
10 terms
Workshop 6: Love and war
barrier
reluctant
eloquent
thereby
obstacle
Unwilling
Well spoken
by that means or because of that
barrier
obstacle
reluctant
Unwilling
13 terms
Unit 1
clusters
merely
evidence
perceive
Numbers of things of the same sort that are grouped together;…
No more than; simply
Proof in support of a claim or statement
See; be aware of
clusters
Numbers of things of the same sort that are grouped together;…
merely
No more than; simply
Types of Writing
persuasive
grabber
thesis statement
supporting argument
writing to argue
question, surprising fact, or quote, at the start of your ess…
A statement that answers an essential question
main ideas that support thesis
persuasive
writing to argue
grabber
question, surprising fact, or quote, at the start of your ess…
10 terms
HRW Vocabulary L.14 - grade 7
forum
faculty
prose
literary
a place for discussion of public issues
special ability... all of the teachers at a school
ordinary language; not poetry
having to do with books or writing
forum
a place for discussion of public issues
faculty
special ability... all of the teachers at a school
Remarks by the President on Economic Mobility
Economic mobility
Fundamental
Logic
Persuasiveness
movement of people among income classes
the foundation or basis
factual thinking
ability to convince others to believe
Economic mobility
movement of people among income classes
Fundamental
the foundation or basis
75 terms
persuasive
Credibility
Explain the difference between passive…
Competence
What are the differences among initial…
which Aristotle referred to as ethos, is the audience's perce…
PASSIVE AGREEMENT - goal is to convince the audience that a g…
You show competence by being informed, skilled, or knowledgea…
INITIAL - Credibility of the speaker before she or he starts…
Credibility
which Aristotle referred to as ethos, is the audience's perce…
Explain the difference between passive…
PASSIVE AGREEMENT - goal is to convince the audience that a g…
12 terms
persuasive Vocabulary
persuade
initiate
scrutinize
just
to get a person to do something; convince
to begin or orginate
to examine in detail
in keeping with truth or fact
persuade
to get a person to do something; convince
initiate
to begin or orginate
10 terms
WWII Week (8/29-9/2)
Allegory
Dystopia
Enmity
Revelation
a story that symbolizes an event or people
a world of pure evil and destruction
extreme hatred between two opposing forces
a dramatic discovery of something previously unknown
Allegory
a story that symbolizes an event or people
Dystopia
a world of pure evil and destruction
10 terms
Reading Vocabulary List 10-6th Grade NTA
martyr
recompense
avenge
vengeance
one who is killed because he will not deny his beliefs
to pay someone for something he has done
to five punishment in return
punishment in return for a wrong
martyr
one who is killed because he will not deny his beliefs
recompense
to pay someone for something he has done
10 terms
Unit 5. Vocabulary comprehension (word definitions)
a handful of
volatile
compelling
venture
a small number
likely to change suddenly or unexpectedly
forceful and persuasive
a plan, often in business, that involves uncertainty or risk
a handful of
a small number
volatile
likely to change suddenly or unexpectedly
12 terms
Persuasion
Determined
Strong and forceful
Take the trouble to do something
Misrepresent
He was ADAMANT that he wouldn't pay any more for the souvenir.
Her AGRESSIVE sales tactics turned off the prospective buyers.
The shoes I bought didn't fit, but I didn't BOTHER to return…
Don't DISTORT the sales figures to make them more appealing.
Determined
He was ADAMANT that he wouldn't pay any more for the souvenir.
Strong and forceful
Her AGRESSIVE sales tactics turned off the prospective buyers.
LA persuasive
Testimonial
Bandwagon
Transfer
Common sense
Using words of an expert or famous person to persuade
Telling people everyone else is doing it (a way to persuade)
Using pictures of famous people to persuade
Persuading by using everyday sense from right to wrong
Testimonial
Using words of an expert or famous person to persuade
Bandwagon
Telling people everyone else is doing it (a way to persuade)
10 terms
Vocab U10
pelting
impulse
compulsory
repulsive
driving; beating with prolonged force
a sudden urge
required; mandatory
disgusting and repugnant
pelting
driving; beating with prolonged force
impulse
a sudden urge
Ambitious Vocabulary 1
insist
debatably
convincing
agree
demand something forcefully
questionably
persuasive
concur
insist
demand something forcefully
debatably
questionably
12 terms
ISTEP Writing
Argumentative
credible
formal
Informative
Justifying beliefs with the aim of influencing
worthy of trust
academic form
Instructive
Argumentative
Justifying beliefs with the aim of influencing
credible
worthy of trust
24 terms
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afoot
apt
blunt
compel
going on in progress
likely
dull or outspoken
force or command
afoot
going on in progress
apt
likely
9 terms
Focus Words - Pompeii
to argue
irresponsible
compelling
to compel
to give reasons for or against something
not showing good judgement; not responsible
very strong or convincing
to force someone to do something by a person, rule or situati…
to argue
to give reasons for or against something
irresponsible
not showing good judgement; not responsible
24 terms
Vocabulary for Julius ceaser
Afoot
Apt
Blunt
Compel
Going on; in progress
Likely
dull; outspoken
Force ; command
Afoot
Going on; in progress
Apt
Likely
24 terms
Julius Caesar
afoot
apt
blunt
compel
going on in progress
likely
dull or outspoken
force or command
afoot
going on in progress
apt
likely
127 terms
Vocab # 10 + Synonyms & Antonyms
Coerce
Constrain
Compel
Pressure
To force someone to do something against his or her will
Synonym of Coerce (verb)
Synonym of Coerce (verb)
Synonym of Coerce (verb)
Coerce
To force someone to do something against his or her will
Constrain
Synonym of Coerce (verb)
24 terms
Types of Writing
persuasive
grabber
thesis statement
supporting argument
writing to argue
question, surprising fact, or quote, at the start of your ess…
A statement that answers an essential question
main ideas that support thesis
persuasive
writing to argue
grabber
question, surprising fact, or quote, at the start of your ess…
26 terms
New Sort 6
persuade
omission
intrude
collide
convince, or influence
something that is left out
to interrupt or force into a place
bang or smash into something
persuade
convince, or influence
omission
something that is left out
24th November B.C
nagging doubt
persuade , persuasion, persuasive
convince. convincing
dissuade
...
...
...
nagging doubt
persuade , persuasion, persuasive
...
20 terms
Read 180 Workshop 5
authority
convince
image
negative
someone who knows a lot about something
to make someone believe or do something
how a person appears to other people
bad
authority
someone who knows a lot about something
convince
to make someone believe or do something
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