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Appeals

The 3 appeal and their descriptions

QuestionAnswer
Ethos is Latin for what appeal? ethical appeal
Logos is Latin for what appeal? logical appeal
Pathos is Latin for what appeal? emotional appeal
Description of ethical appeal The author will appeal to a reader’s sense of right and wrong.
Description of logical appeal The author uses logically sound structure and reasoning when making his argument.
Description of emotional appeal The author appeals to the reader’s emotions in order to convince him/her to agree
Name the three appeals ethical, logical, emotional
Latin name for ethical appeal ethos
Latin name for logical appeal logos
Latin name for emotional appeal pathos
Created by: littleengteacher