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What is, Propoganda? information that is spread to support a cause
What is, the purpose of Propoganda? to create an emotional connection between the message and the reader or listener
What is, Methods of Persuasion? techniques that authors use to convince readers to think, feel, or act in a certain way
What is , Logical Appeal? an example of a Method of Persuasion that states the facts, states the benefits to the audience, and states the author's expertise
What is , Emotional Appeal? an example of a Method of Persuasion that connects emotionally with the reader
What is, a conclusion? a statement that is based on the information in the reading. It is a logical summary based on text.
What is, Main Idea? the message or the most important point of a passage often stated in the topic or concluding sentence.
What is , Synthesizing information from sources? bringing different parts together to create something that's complete. In reading, it is important for displaying understanding of different documents.
What is, a Primary Source? first-hand accounts of an event
What is, a Secondary Source? written about the event from a distance of time and place
Created by: msmarcoccio