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A Guide to Ethos, Pathos, and Logos for “WAY SMART” Middle School Students By Chuck Bennett
There is one thing that ALL of you will be wanting in the next few years.
Here’s a hint…
Here’s another hint…
Maybe you’ll be satisfied with your parents’ car. Maybe not.
You are probably thinking…
It wont be easy to convince your parents, but a guy from back in the day wants to help.
Aristotle Greek Philosopher Student of Plato Teacher of Alexander the Great One of the greatest minds in all of history… can help you get a car.
Rhetoric The Art of Persuasion
Ethos Logos Pathos Appeal to Authority Are you credible? Have you given me any evidence that I can trust you? Ethical
Ethos Logos Pathos Appeal to Emotion Do you make me feel like you and I want the same thing? Sympathetic
Ethos Logos Pathos Appeal to Reason Does your argument make sense? Logical
Rhetoric The Art of Persuasion
Ethos Logos Pathos Now, let me help you get that car. Ethical Sympathetic Logical
The first and most important step in making a persuasive argument is to think about your audience.
In this case, your audience is your parents.
An argument that might work on your friends might not convince your parents.
You have to look at this from their point of view.
Now, make a list of arguments you can use to convince your parents that you need your own car.
Then, rank those arguments from most effective to least effective.
Finally, using the terms ethos, logos and pathos, label each argument. (Some arguments may be a combination.)
Let’s look at a few examples.
Pathos A car of my own would be AWESOME!
Ethos You can trust me. I always remember to feed the dog.
Logos You will have more time, since I can drive myself to school.
Pathos Everybody else has one.
As you analyze your arguments ask yourself some questions.
Which type or mode of argument is the most effective?
Is there any mode of argument that you could do without?
Is there any mode of argument that you absolutely must have?
There is a lot more that you can learn about rhetoric. In fact, rhetoric is one of the first classes most people take in college.
Finally, how might learning more about ethos, pathos, and logos help you in the future?
Good luck and be safe!
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