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Persuasive flash car

Ms.Bailey

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Persuasive It aims to bring about a change in people's attitudes or behaviors.
Persuasive Techniques Such as logical and emotional appeals to confidence their audience.
Logical Appeals Presents facts and evidence to support a claim, or message.
Emotional Appeals Stir the feelings of an audience. They often use loaded language.
Loaded Language Words with either positive or negative connotations, or suggested meanings.
Public Service Announcement A non commercial media or print advertisement that seeks to inform the public about social issue, such as safety, health, or education.
Faulty Reasoning Flawed thinking. It often includes logical fallacies.
Logic Is correct reasoning backed by solid reasons and evidence.
Hasty Generalization A conclusion drawn from too little evidence.
Circular Reasoning Reasons that say the same thing ore and over again.
False Cause The assumption that one event caused another because it occurred earlier in time.
Logical Fallacies Incorrect ways of reasoning.
Commercial Advertisement Something intended to generate sales for a particular service or product.
Bandwagon Appeal It takes advantage of people's desire to be part of a group or to be popular. For example: Everyone else is doing it, why aren't you.
Stereotype It presents a narrow, fixed idea about all the members of a certain group. Fr example: No politician can be trusted.
Name-calling The use of loaded words to create negative feelings about a person, group, or thing. For example: Only a tree-hugger would protect the forest from developers.
Snob Appeal It sends the message that something is valuable because only special people appreciate it. For example: Our jeans are designed for people who insist on quality.
Endorsement A recommendation made by someone who is well known it not necessarily an authority. For example some celebrities use their fame to make you believe in a cause, a candidate, or a product.
Propaganda The attempt to convince an audience to accept ideas without considering other viewpoints.
Propaganda techniques Such as bandwagon, stereotype, name calling, and snob appeal.
Claim A message
Overgeneralization A broad conclusion using all-or-nothing words like never, always, and every
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