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The President of the United States of America says

that Iraqi security forces

are ready to take over for U.S.

troops in Iraq.

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What is Ethos?

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In a speech against cell phone use while driving, a

student mentions that during the

holidays her best friend was killed in a crash where one of the drivers was

texting.

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What is Pathos?

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In a Campbell's soup commercial, a boy is

seen smiling and warming up with a

steamy bowl of soup after coming in from

the snow.

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What is Pathos?

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State Farm justifies higher insurance rates for teens by citing that a study found that 16-year-olds are more likely

to die from car crashes than any other age group

combined.

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What is Logos?

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The head of Apple, said that

handheld devices are

shaping the way people obtain

their information.

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What is Ethos?

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The most reliable web domain

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What is .gov?

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Website that should only be

used as a starting point to generate

ideas

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What is Wikipedia?

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No flashy graphics or more flashy

graphicsWhich makes a Website more

credible?

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What is no flashy graphics?

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Articles by anonymous authors or a

reference pageWhich makes a

Website less reliable?

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What is Articles by anonymous

authors?

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The most common web

domain

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What is .com?

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The purpose of the informative speech

is to provide interesting, useful,

and unique information to your

audience.

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What is True?

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Attention-Getters should

come in the conclusion of your speech.

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What is False?

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Introverted speakers talk

more softly and more slowly than

extroverted speakers.

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What is True?

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Logical fallacies are flaws in reasoning.

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What is True?

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Aristotle was a famous Greek philosopher who studied Language

Arts.

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What is False?

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What is Logos?

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What is Ethos?

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What is Logos?

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What is Pathos?

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What is Ethos?

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How high or how low you speak

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What is Pitch?

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An appeal based on the credibility or

character of the speaker

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What is Ethos?

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How fast or how slow you are

speaking

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What is Rate?

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Speaking in a single, unvaried

pitch

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What is Monotone?

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How well you pronounce words

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What is Articulation?

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Bill Clinton is a good

communicator because he

speaks effectively.

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What is Circular

Reasoning?

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If we ban Hummers because they are bad for the environment,

eventually the government will ban

all cars and we will all have to get bikes or

walk.

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What is aSlippery Slope?

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Your runny nose tells me that you either have a cold

or the flu.

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What is anEither/Or fallacy?

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Gina, a woman in her 20s, drink coffee every

morning. Her grandmother only

drinks tea. Therefore, young people love

coffee and old people love tea.

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What is a Hasty

Generalization?

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She never complains about money, so she must be rich.

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What is a Non Sequitur?

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FINAL JEOPARDY

Make a wager…

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What Greek philosopher came up with the terms Ethos, Pathos and Logos to describe the 3 methods of

persuasion?

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Aristotle