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Unit 4 Post Test

“Don’t vote for Joseph DiMato! He’s a liar and a cheat!” This is an example of which type of propaganda? name calling
Testimonials use celebrities to endorse products
Which of the following is an opinion? I think basketball is the best sport in the world.
If you write a science paper, is it better to support your argument with facts or opinions? facts
When you try to persuade someone, you try to influence that person
A fact is something that can be proven
Michael Jordan doing a commercial for Nike sneakers is an example of which type of propaganda? testimonial
Which of the following is a type of propaganda? bandwagon
Which of the following is a fact? Lena is 5’6” tall and has brown eyes.
Facts can never change; they are always the same no matter what.
Which of the following phrases would you find in an opinion? “I believe”
Fact or opinion? “Rabbits are mammals.” Fact
“Join the Pepsi Generation!” is an example of which type of propaganda? bandwagon
An opinion is what someone thinks or feels about something
Name calling propaganda is intended to damage a person’s reputation
Persuasion often relies on people’s emotions
A claim is the argument you’re trying to make
Is this statement a fact or opinion? “I think reality television negatively influences teenagers.” opinion
When advertisers use bandwagon propaganda, they try to convince their audiences to buy their products because everyone else is buying them
Name calling is also called _____________ when politicians use it during campaigns. mud-slinging
Created by: jennifer.crane