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Argument Writing Vocabulary
Without error; in exact conformity to fact; information is NOT made up Accurate
A type of writing used to convince Argument
The person or group of people to whom the writer is writing Audience
Prejudice in favor of one thing or against another; lacking a natural viewpoint Bias
The side you choose to support in an argument Claim/Position
The position taken by the opposite side Counterclaim
Reliable, trustworthy, dependable; can be counter on to be accurate Credible
Credibility Convince by the character of the author Tend to believe people we respect Make people believe you are the expert on the subject Ethos
Statistics, facts, examples, definitions, etc. that are used to explain and support a reason Evidence
When reasons and evidence are presented in a way that makes sense Logical
Logical To persuade by the use of reason Heart of the argument (without logic, you’re just babbling) Will enhance your ethos Logos
Wording used at the start of a nonfiction writing piece to catch the interest of the reader Nonfiction Lead
Someone who opposes a claim/position Opponent
Emotional Persuade by appealing to your reader’s emotions Many people view this as the strongest argument Appeal to people’s emotions Pathos
An opinion; the way you think about a position Point of View
Someone who supports a claim/position Proponent
The reason the writer is writing; the goal of the writing piece Purpose
Something provided by the writer to justify an support a claim/position Reason
What the writer presents to refute and explain away a counterclaim Rebuttal
Information that is related to the matter at hand and appropriate to the purpose Relevant
Text or video that contains information that can be used to develop reasons and evidence Source
W0rds, phrases or sentences that connect sentences, paragraphs, or sections Transitions
Ethos, Pathos, and Logos.
Ethos, Pathos, and Logos Appeals in Argument.
Elements of an Argument. Rhetorical Triangle pathos audience speaker ethos message logos.
Writing the Persuasive Essay. Following the Prompt To begin a persuasive essay, you must first have an opinion you want others to share. The writer’s.
Three Methods for Building Arguments
The Exalted Trinity Appeals to the Reader. Aristotle Aristotle was one of the first to discover that effective speakers use three kinds of appeals to.
Persuasive Writing Essay Writing to Convince. Persuasive Writing Take a stand on an issue and persuade your audience to accept your point of view.
Three Pillars of Persuasion Establishing Rhetorical Techniques.
Persuasion Getting people to agree with you Part I: Organizing your paper.
Parts of a Debate. Opening Statements Organization It must have an intro, body, and conclusion Try to think of a slogan to tie everything together Argument.
The Greek philosopher Aristotle divided the means of persuasion, appeals, into three categories--Ethos, Pathos, Logos. Ethos, Pathos and Logos.
Rhetoric The goal of argumentative writing is to persuade your audience that your ideas are valid, or more valid than someone else's. The Greek philosopher.
HOW TO USE RHETORIC: THE ART OF SPEAKING AND WRITING EFFECTIVELY OR THE ART OF CREATING A TEXT USING THE MOST APPROPRIATE LANGUAGE TO HELP YOU ACHIEVE.
Persuasive Appeals How do we persuade people to agree to, believe in, or buy what we want them to?
THE ARGUMENTATIVE OR PERSUASIVE ESSAY Mr.Wilson – LMAC - English.
Argumentation The act or process of giving reasons for or against something. The act or process of making and presenting arguments. MAKING A CLAIM
Persuasion Terms. Logos- The process of reasoning that uses logic, numbers facts and data. Pathos- When the writer appeals to the reader’s emotions Ethos-
Aristotle’s Three Ways to Persuade Logos Ethos Pathos.
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